Explore a land of rugged beauty, home to jagged peaks, deep canyons and thick forests with this Montenegro hiking holiday.
Discover the country’s best trails and most jaw-dropping scenery, sometimes by hiking to places few people ever visit, taking in impressive mountain ridges, glacial lakes and canyons where pristine blue rivers flow, and perhaps even spotting some interesting wildlife along the way.
Our experienced team of guides will lead you on a real outdoors adventure, with hikes in the Biogradska Gora National park, Komovi Massif and the hidden jewel – Prokletije National Park.
The diverse flora and fauna of Biogradska Gora National park is another amazing treasure of nature. Due to its immense natural wealth and its preservation, Biogradska Gora National park was proclaimed UNESCO Natural Heritage Site.
Prokletije National Park is the most dramatic hiking destination in Montenegro. They’re the southernmost and highest part of the Dinaric Alps. Surreally scenic and remote, this magnificent area may well be one of Europe’s least explored corners. Vertical peaks pierce the sky. The park encompasses most of the Prokletije Mountains, which form the natural border between Montenegro and Albania. Given the remoteness of this region, you’ll see very few people hiking here.
One of the most impressive mountains in Montenegro is the massif of Komovi, situated in the eastern part of Montenegro, bordering Tara River to the west and the Prokletije mountain range to the south. Diverse and unique flora and fauna, numerous clear mountain springs and rivers, many cultural monuments, churches and monasteries, as well as the warmth of the people who live in Komovi foothills, can`t leave you indifferent. For anyone who likes hiking, Komovi and its peaks are one of the most interesting sites to visit.