Our “Montenegro Discovery Tour” features the highlights of North and South Montenegro, including the beautiful Biogradska Gora – one of the last three primaeval rainforests in Europe, Durmitor National Park – a UNESCO World Heritage site, Lovcen National Park, Skadar Lake National Park, and the fjord-like Kotor Bay, considered one of the most breathtaking coastal areas in Europe.
Our walks in nature are combined with must-see visits to Kotor, a UNESCO listed Natural and Culturo-Historical city, small baroque town Perast, Montenegrin metropolis of tourism Budva, Old town of Bar, Old Capital of Montenegro – Cetinje.
Climb to the Lovcen mountain summit and visit Mausoleum of Petar II Petrović Njegos are included, as well as a boat trip to “Our Lady of the Rocks” isle church, so you can fully experience the spirit of the area and explore the sacred secrets of Montenegro.
The diverse flora and fauna of Biogradska Gora National Park is an amazing treasure of nature. Biogradska Gora is one of the oldest protected areas in the world. Only 6 years after Yellowstone was declared the first national park in America, Prince Nikola put Biogradska Gora under state protection in 1878. Due to its immense natural wealth and its preservation, Biogradska Gora National park was proclaimed a UNESCO Natural Heritage Site.
Durmitor National Park is the largest National Park in Montenegro and it is a UNESCO World Heritage site. The Park is characterized by diversified ecosystems and numerous endemic species, as well as the highest peaks of the Dinaric mountains, Tara River Canyon, which was proclaimed world ecological reserve, 18 glacial lakes known as “the mountain eyes” of which the Black Lake is the most famous one and represents a sort of the symbol of the Park and its beauty.
Lake Skadar National Park, the largest lake of Balkans and one of the biggest bird reserves in Europe. Our task is to introduce you to the wild beauty of Lake Skadar. The best way to explore the lake is to rent a boat and take a ride at the lake. While cruising you can enjoy the untouched nature of Lake Skadar, inhabited by many fish and bird species, also recognized as the last breeding ground of the endangered Dalmatian Pelican.