The Bay of Kotor—also called Boka—offers up islets, caves, and more. This boat tour lets you experience its highlights more easily and scenically than traveling by hire car or public transport. Prebook to secure your seat, and visit the Our Lady on the Rocks island church, a Soviet-era submarine base, and the Blue Grotto, to swim in its neon-blue waters. A choice of departures provides important flexibility.
Discover two of Montenegro’s most impressive natural wonders on this half-day small-group tour from Kotor. Explore the rocky shores of Uvala Veslo bay by kayak, paddle out to the Blue Cave, and venture underground to swim and snorkel in the glittering waters.
Visiting the varied heights and depths of Montengro can be tricky without a car. On this full-day tour, travel to mountains, canyons, and coasts with a guide. Depart from Kotor in an minivan or minibus and visit the coastlines of Kotor and Risan Bay. Ascend the Durmitor Mountains and admire the views, and descend to Tara River in the deepest canyon in Europe. Hike around the Black Lake and visit the Ostrog Monastery.
The Tara River is one of the most popular destinations for white water rafting in Montenegro and this full-day tour from Kotor is sure to get your adrenaline pumping! Admire the UNESCO-listed landscapes of the Tara River Canyon, enjoy swimming and rafting through the gorge, then visit the magnificent Piva Monastery.
Visit the famous Blue Cave, islands, and beaches of the Bay of Kotor on a boat tour that combines natural wonders with historic landmarks. Exploring the bay on a group tour means you can sit back and relax while the captain handles the navigation and shares stories about the bay’s history. This tour is a must for travelers who want to fit all the bay’s highlights into one day.
Visit Our Lady of the Rock island and church with ease on a speedboat tour. Depart from Kotor to the old town of Perast. Admire the panoramic views of the Bay of Kotor as you cruise on the boat. Explore the church and small island. Afterwards, stroll through Perast’s old town.
Take a scenic downhill bike ride with views of three countries on this tour. Transfer to the departure point and begin with a safety briefing. Receive you bicycle and bike helmet and learn about the area’s history from your guide. Twist and turn as you descend the mountain and enjoy panoramic views of Montenegro, Croatia, and Bosnia. Pause frequently to take photographs.
Our most popular 3 hour tour gives you a chance to see Bay of Kotor from a different angle! Blue Cave is natural cave which was created at the bottom of 100 meter cliff as a result of a thousand years impact of sea waves on porous rocks of” Luštica”. Through the entrance sunlight enters its interior, and wraps around the surface of the water making great shades of blue by which cave got its name. You will see these amazing colors on your body as well once you jump in it. On the way back we will make brief stop next to the Mamula Island, on which prison was made in 1853. Mamula Island served as NOTORIOUS PRISON during both world wars known as “Kampo Mamula”. Going pass old Yugoslavian army base called “Pristan” we will make stop in one of the three submarine pens used during Second World War to hide and repair submarines. Place which will also amaze you is old Island Lady of the Rock which is artificial island made in 15 century as a monument to the sailors from Perast.
Inhabited since antiquity, the Bay of Kotor is well-known for its long history, rich culture, and natural beauty. Explore the bay on your own on this 4-hour stand-up paddle boarding trip from Tivat or Kotor. This tour includes a lesson appropriate for beginners and those needing to brush up, as well as a map so you can explore spots like the Island of Flowers and Solila Nature Reserve on your own.
Soak in the picturesque towns, shimmering bay, and jaw-dropping fjord of Kotor Bay in Montenegro. Head out of Dubrovnik for the day, and go south to Montenegro's Bay of Kotor, crammed with enough beauty to keep that camera constantly clicking. Stop in the medieval town of Perast and marvel at the 16 churches and 17 palaces, and then wander the streets of Kotor, surrounded by high rocky mountains.
Enjoy a day on the water with this cruise on the Bay of Kotor, known locally as "Boka." You'll depart Kotor and head to a swimming spot to cool off, then pass by the Blue Cave and around Mamula Fortress to reach the open Adriatic Sea. Stop at Dobrec for lunch (own expense), and then cruise back toward Kotor, with more opportunities for swimming. As evening nears, you'll stop at Our Lady of the Rocks, a small church and museum on a man-made island.
Experience the Bay of Kotor, aka Boka, on a day cruise from Kotor. Relax and take in the scenery as you cruise to Perast, Tivat, Luštica, and Herceg Novi, plus go swimming in the waters of the Blue Cave.
Leave your cruise ship behind at the Kotor port and take a day trip with a private driver to discover Montenegro. A hassle-free way to discover the delights of Kotor’s old town as well as Budva and Sveti Stefan, the day trip includes round-trip transport direct from the port plus ample free time to enjoy the stops through the day.
Kayaking Kotor bay among high mountains is amazing experience. Tour starts from city beach where you prepare kayaks and equipment. After short brief we jump into kayaks and start easy paddling over Kotor bay straight to other side of Kotor town and following the shore reaching to the Muo. On this way you will see some remarkable mediterranean architectures, as well one UNESCO protected heritage an abandoned palace Tre Sorele with legend of curse. After 1.30h of kayaking you are reaching to Prcanj where you left kayaks and take a rest. Here you are going to visit one of the greatest Catholic churches, The Holly Mother Temple. After while, you would have a chance to take a swim and sunbath, as well you can have a drink in local beach bar. When you get ready, we are preparing stuff and start paddling back. This time you would go to opposite shore to Dobrota, where you would see Saint Matija Church and Saint Elijah Church. Than following the shore we get to starting position in Kotor.
Visit the highlights of Boka Bay—Kotor Old Town and Perast with Our Lady of the Rocks Island—on this 3-hour shore excursion from Kotor. Explore Kotor, visit Our Lady of the Rocks via boat, and enjoy free time in Perast. Entrance fees included.
Get off-the-beaten-path and discover the villages and views of the Bay of Kotor on this effortless e-biking adventure. Traveling on all-terrain e-bikes lets adventurous travelers get away from the crowds and main roads—all without the effort of hiking or riding an unassisted bike. Plus, the speed of an e-bike lets you cover more ground, making this trip ideal for visitors who want to squeeze in all the top sights.
Explore Montenegro's landmarks and highlights on a 12-hour tour from Kotor. With your guide in the lead, visit Budva, the River of Crnojevic and Budva, Cetinje, Lovcen NP and the mausoleum, and the Njegusi village. Boat ride and swimming stop optional.
Get to know the Old Town of Kotor on this walking tour. Learn about the walled city’s history, architecture, culture, and cuisine from your guide. Go on a short guided tour of St. Tryphon Cathedral. Visit landmarks that include the Square of Arms, the Clock Tower, Pima Palace and Buca Palace, the Northern Gate, and more.
Explore Kotor Bay on a speedboat on this half-day tour. This taxi boat can be booked for a private tour or a group tour, and gives great coastal view from the water's vantage point. Visit the Blue Cave, the numerous coastal grottoes, and stop for a swim. Listen to engaging commentary as you travel to learn about the area's flora, fauna, and history.
Discover some of Montenegro's top sights while you're in port on a private tour of the coast and historical attractions. From the Kotor port, destinations include Our Lady of the Rocks in Perast, Tivat, Budva, Sveti Stefan, and the Kotor Serpentine, an extremely winding road.
Discover the cultural and natural delights of Montenegro on a 2.5-hour sightseeing cruise from Kotor. After selecting a departure time to suit your schedule, climb aboard a comfortable boat and head to the beautiful Our Lady of the Rocks, a tiny island home to an ancient church and an interesting museum. After some relaxed free time exploring the islet, sail to the historical town of Perst to explore its charming Old Town and interesting Maritime Museum before returning to Kotor.
Tour start from Kotor city by car transfer all way to the Krstac pass. This road is about 20 kilometers with 25 curves and it was old Austrian road which was connecting Kotor with rest of Montenegro.
After 40min of driving you get to starting position. If you like adrenalin, you can try zipline and it is 10 EUR per person. Walking starts down the old serpentine path which first part 1km goes trough the forest and it is very refreshing, but rest of the road is on open with great panoramic view. After 1.30h you would get to the local village Spiljari, where you can visit last family that still lives there and you can taste some local products like ham, cheese, juice or beer. After break you would get in to the Kotor fortress which was built from 9th to 19th century and now is UNESCO protected heritage. From top of the castle you would enjoy stunning view at Kotor city. After short break you would continue walk downstairs all way to the Old town Kotor where tour finish.
Our experience will start from UNESCO Old Town of Kotor, or another wished pick up place in Kotor Bay (Kotor, Muo, Prčanj,Stoliv,Dobrota), where speed boat can dock. You will enjoy in 55 minutes panorama ride, with overview on small Boka Bay villages with charming palaces, houses, churches, and beautiful contrast between sea and mountains. We will pass nerrowest part of Boka Bay, Verige, you will enjoy in panorama on Lepetani, Bijela, Luštica semi island, small island Mamula and arrive in Blue Cave. You will have 20 minutes for swimming or just taking photos of turquoise blue sea inside of the Blue Cave. On our way back you will have 5 min stop in old submarine tunnel and 20 min for visit Our Lady of the Rock church and museum
Make the most of your time at shore and explore the Port of Kotor’s surrounding villages on a full-day tour. Your private driver is there to take you to the villages of Perast, Budva, Sveti Stefan, and the UNESCO-listed Old Town Kotor to explore on your own. Set your own pace and wander the streets of the villages to learn more about the history and culture of Montenegro.