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Spend the day in the great outdoors and explore the Bay of Kotor during this 4-hour private cycling and hiking tour. Pedal along the edge of the bay and admire the beautiful scenery before hiking to an abandoned 14th-century village. After taking the views of the lake below and enjoying the tranquility of nature, take a refreshing dip in the cool waters and head back to your lodging in Kotor.
Hiking downhill from Krstac pass to the Kotor Old town. This trail dates since Roman time and it was old caravan path to the villages beyond hill.
Tour start from Kotor city where we take car transfer all way to the Krstac pass. This road is about 20 kilometers and it was old Austrian road which was connecting Kotor with rest of Montenegro and this road has 21 curve with amazing view on Kotor Bay.
After 40min of driving we get to starting position for walking. We take a break for taking photos of Boka Bay that looks like on a palm. Walking down the old serpentine which first part 1km is trough forest is very refreshing, and rest of the road is on open area with great panoramic view. After one hour we are getting to the local village Spiljari, where we can visit one family that still lives there and we can taste some local products. After short break we keep going to the Kotor fortress. In last 30 minutes walking you would enjoy in this amazing walls that protect Kotor for centuries.
This tour start from Kotor gate and goes behind Old town trough old serpentine path, that have been the only connection between Kotor to the rest of Montenegro in the past.
After 50 minutes of hiking you would get to the village Spiljari where still lives one family. Their house present authentic way how people used to live in past. They have nice terrace with amazing view to Kotor bay and that is the place where you would have break to enjoy the view and taste local smoked ham, cheese or some local drinks. After 30 minutes you continue walking to the fortress and go trough the wall that split village from the fort San Giovanni. In next 20 minutes you would reach the top of the fortress from where you have stunning view at Kotor bay and all area. Fortification was built from 9th to 19th century to protect city from enemies and it was unbreakable and now is UNESCO protected heritage. After short break you would continue walk downstairs all way to the Old town kotor where tour finish.
Grape growing and wine making family is providing the unique experience of homemade wines, spirits and snacks tasting on the terrace of their traditional winery which belongs to the family for 14 generations now. This is opportunity to enjoy the glass of wine in the cradle of the Montenegrin wine and to listen interesting stories about long history and rich tradition of this region. Hosting winery is situated in the Historical Site of the Godinje village, inside the Skadar lake National Park, just 5 km distant from Virpazar. The tasting tour lasts 1,5 hour.
In this 4-days tour, we will introduce you to the authentic side of the country. Beautiful nature, unusual landscapes, unique and preserved old towns definitely will leave you indelible moments in memory.
The idea of the tour is to show you the most attractive parts of the country, including central, coastal and northern part in the short Montenegro vacation with easy to moderate activities each day.
We made sure you enjoy the traditional food of every region, from coastal, continental to the mountain.
- Virpazar town and Skadar lake National Park 2 hours boat cruising including beverages.
- Old Town Bar tour and Mediterranean lunch
- Visiting Budva Riviera and overnight.
- Kotor bay speedboat tour to Our Lady island and Blue Cave
- Kotor overnight
- Durmitor National Park and moderate hiking from Black Lake. Overnight in Zabljak.
- Zip Line over Tara River Canyon, near the bridge
- Easy hiking around Biograd lake
- Drive via Moraca canon and lunch in Kolasin municipality
Vranovo hill is located outside of Perast in Boka Kotorska bay. The top of Vranovo hill - Fortress St. Andrew is one of the most beautiful views of the Montenegrin coast, overlooking the Kotor Bay. St. Andrew is an Austro-Hungarian fortress, built on Vranovo hill in the period from 1882 to 1886. In the Austro-Hungarian documents it was run under the name of Fort Vranovo hill. Its purpose was to close the direction that leads from Čevak to Donji Orahovac, Perast and Risan, as well as to control the region of Gornji Orahovac - village Stepen - Donji Orahovac. From Perast to this fort there is a serpentine road 2 m wide.
You are going to explore one of the most interesting adrenaline attraction in Montenegro. Canyon Skurda is hidden in the place that no one would expect.
Tour starts from Old town Kotor, just behind Kotor walls. At the beginning you would have to hike for 1 hour to come at the starting position for canyoning. We would adjust your equipment and prepare you for abseil. In the canyon you would enjoy in spectacular shapes of rocky cliffs and waterfalls up to 25 meters. Canyon has a lot of challenges like crossing slippery rocks, jumping to the pools or swimming and rappelling down the rope. Canyon is available for passing all the time, in the summer the water stays just in the pools, but in rest of the year it has big waterfalls. Water in the pools is not much cold in the summer, so you need just light clothes, but when is a big water we give you neoprene suite. Passing trough the canyon is about 3 hours and it ends up just behind Kotor old town. This would be unforgettable attraction.
We start this tour by vehicles from Kolasin in the direction of Podgorica and arrive to the village Međuriječje. Then we turn off the main road and ride to the confluence of the River Mrtvica into the Moraca. From there we start hiking tour. We go trail to Danilo Bridge, and then go to the canyon. Total length of the tour is about 6 km and on this occasion we will stop to see Gates wishes and Mrtvica's beams and then we stop at the beach, our final destination. Here we rest and use the lunch break (lunch packs that you prepare yourself,
It is necessary to bring at least 1 liter of water per person). Afterwards we return back to the vehicle, and back to Kolasin.
Enjoy outdoor adventure in the heart of Montenegro’s beautiful countryside on this 2-day Tara River rafting adventure with Piva Lake hike and cruise. During your 2.5-hour rafting experience, paddle down the Tara River’s choppy turns with a guide, and enjoy free time to swim and sunbathe. Stay overnight in an ethno-village and enjoy a traditional dinner. Next day, hike to the shores of Piva Lake — enjoying fine views over the rugged terrain — and enjoy a relaxing 2-hour cruise on Piva Lake. Swim, catch fish or simply soak up the scenery!
Bjelasica is in difference of other mountains in the region of volcanic origin, so hence, green summers, and white winters. It is abundant with streams and rivers, of which perhaps the most important and most beautiful Biogradska River, which flows into the pearl of this mountain Biogradsko lake.
The highest peak of Bjelasica is the Crna glava (Black Head), 2,139 meters high.
However, what this mountain knows most about is its fairytale lakes. There are even 6. The most attractive and most visited is Biogradsko Lake, located in the heart of Biogradska Gora, one of the three remaining hills in Europe.
In the adventure you go with people who have been traveling tourists through the horizons of the Montenegrin canyons for more than 10 years and climbing to the Montenegrin mountain peaks.
They are members of the Mountain Rescue Service of Montenegro, alpinists, rescuers in calm and fast waters, ski instructors.
Participants are also leaders of numerous expeditions to the Alps, Andes, Denali, Caucasus, Himalayas and the winners of the highest peaks of the world, of which Mont Everest 2010.
Mrtvica canyon is located 35 km from Kolašin in the direction of Podgorica, in the village of Međuriječje. The hidden under the mountain of Maganik, about 9 km long, it is a real jewel of untouched nature. It is one of the most beautiful canyons of the former Yugoslavia.
The small river Mrtvica springs on Trebješ mountain, and after 15km of flow it descends in the area of Međuriječje. It flows into the largest Montenegrin river Morača.
With '' Monte Mare Travel '' in this hiking tour you will enjoy the beauty of still not enough explored canyons, but more and more popular for tourists, true nature lovers.
Journey with us through marked pedestrian and mountain trails that also uses a partly old stone, partly new asphalt. Austro-Hungarian road, taking you through old abandoned villages and sprawling green olive groves. Beginning in the coastal settlement of Radovici, this breathtaking tour takes you through the heart of Montenegro’s biggest yet secluded peninsula, Lustica. The entire region of the Lustica peninsula is remarkable and stunning. It is said that Lustica is the land of endless summers. Passing through this sunny zone filled with olive groves you will get the chance to sample the best olives and olive oil produced by the local households. As we go down to the one of the most beautiful beaches in Montenegro, in summer months you will have a chance to go for a refreshing swim in the cool waters. We promise you, there is no better way to finish this tour, so please make sure to pack your swimsuits for this tour.
You will pass next to the fortress 'Kosmach' ( 900 metres above sea ) positioned next to the Brajici village. Kosmach is one of the hundred fortress that were built here through the period of Austro Hungarian influence. You will have great panorama, as you are passing through the authentic settlements of Pastrovici with old houses and Monastery. You will finish your tour next to the sea. This tour will make you understand Montenegro diversity between mountain and the sea, combined on the small territory.
There are not enough words in any dictionary to describe the wild beauty of The Black Lake. The clear waters mirror the magnificent mountains that tower over it, creating a breathtaking view and the most spectacular setting you can imagine. What’s also special about this tour is that you will get to see the remote lake Jablan. As attractive as the Black Lake, the waters of Lake Jablan create beautiful shadows and colors that make for very stunning photos! By taking Durmitor’s Mountain Eyes Tour, you will take a trail through magical woods, green pastures, and a rocky path to drink in beautiful landscapes dominated by the beauty of the Black Lake and Lake Jablan.
This is a hiking tour that offers an excellent view of the Prokletije massif. Prokletije are the largest mountain massif of the Balkans. They belong to the mountain range of Dinarides and they are the southernmost, highest and most impressive part. The Prokletije area is administratively divided between Albania, Serbia - Kosovo and Montenegro. The Prokletje massif extends between the Skadar Lake and the Zeta Valley in the southwest, the Drim River in the east, Metohija and Mokra Gora in Metohija in the northeast and the Komovi in the West. Because of its imposing appearance and high sharp peaks, the term "Balkan Alps" is often used for the Prokletije. Prokletije or in Albanian Bjeshket e Nemuna etymologically means "damn mountains" which symbolizes the inaccessibility of this space.
The Circle Panoramic tour takes you through beautiful forests of beech trees and reveals stunning vistas of the coast. Divided into three parts, the tour will be most demanding in the first part as you will experience an altitude difference for about 300 meters soon followed by the beech forest. The second part of the tour takes you on an easy walking path with views of the coast. The final part of this circle around tour brings you to the ancient village Dolovi, the sunshine village in the National park. The old hamlet Dolovi village will charm you with its ways! From there we hike back to the starting point.
Leave behind the hectic city of Podgorica and immerse yourself in the natural wonders of northern Montenegro on a private tour. While it can be a logistical challenge to get out of Podgorica on your own, by traveling with a guide you can fit several regional highlights into one day. This makes the tour ideal for visitors who are short on time but want to explore more of the area.
Explore the diminutive Balkan country of Montenegro with this extensive 8-day guided tour. Marvel at gorgeous Kotor Bay and stroll the streets of the medieval town of Kotor, taking in the medieval and romanesque churches. Hike up craggy hills for jaw-dropping views. Cruise in a boat around the Adriatic, go on glacier hikes, explore caves, and do some exciting river rafting. Eat hearty Montenegrin cuisine and sip local wine, taking in all Montenegro has to offer.
Vrmac is a mountain and peninsula in Montenegro. The highest peak of this mountain is St. Ilija - 785 m above sea level. Vrmac is a continuation of the mountain Lovćen, and towards the west it ends with the strait of the Verige. It is located between Kotor and Tivat bay, so it is not difficult to assume that during this tour you will have a wonderful view of the magnificent Boka Bay. Vrmac in the past had a great strategic significance because it was border through the Verige, between the Ottoman Empire and the Venetian Republic, and so today there are traces of fortification objects, built for the defense of the borders. It is a tunnel digged through Vrmac, 1.637 meters long, connecting Kotor with the Adriatic Highway and the rest of Montenegro.
The magnificent canyons of the rivers Piva, Tara, Komarnica, Vrbnica, the mountain of Bioč, Maglić, Volujak, V. Treskavac, Piva, Golija, Lebršnik and fascinating mountain lakes: Trnovačko, Stabanska and huge Piva lake, preserved villages make the Piva irresistible and for good reason in 2015, this region was declared the first Nature Park in Montenegro.
By doing this tour guests will have a chance to stay active while on vacation, and at the same time enjoy some of the most beautiful viewpoints at Bay of Kotor. The trail they are taking is really something amazing so we think that this is one of "must do" tours for all people who are active travelers and enjoy the beautiful nature.
Durmitor is a mountain and national park in Montenegro. It is believed that the name Durmitor originates from the Celtic word that means "a mountain full of water ". Durmitor, which, by its beauty and integrity, is a rare and authentic part of nature, was declared a national park in 1952.
Bobotov kuk 2.523 meters high is the highest peak of Durmitor mountain massif. It is also the highest peak of Montenegro.