Hiking and trekking in Montenegro

Mountaineering tour

Mountaineering tour Numerous mountain lakes provide freshness and colour to the area, the lakes being of glacier origin and of unusual beauty: deep spacious pools, surrounded by thick forests of pine trees. Green, rolling grass plateaus, vast forests of pine, virgin beech and maple in the piedmont area of high mountain slopes… Click here to get your complete PDF version of a tour

Hiking in Prokletije mountain

Hiking in Prokletije mountain Spectacular landscape, beautiful mountains,scatered valleys. Toponymy Prokletije means the accursed mountains. According to the local legend Prokletije mountains are created by the devil himself, unleashed from hell for a single day of mischief. Click here to get your complete PDF version of a tour

HIKING Durmitor mountains

HIKING Durmitor mountains …to the foot of the mount Sedlo – altitude (1700m) than over a grass covered saddle (2150 m) and a grassy plateau from which the view opens to peaks of Zupci, behind which appears Bobotov Kuk. The climb over a 320 m high ridge starts from Zeleni Vir (Water Spring). After the inevitable rock falls at the foot, we arrive at a slope where walking is made difficult by numerous rock plateaus. Click here to get your complete PDF version of a tour

BIRD WATCHING

BIRD WATCHING Montenegro offers the perfect introduction to overseas bird-watching, with a rich array of species, a good climate and reasonable prices. Montenegro provides one of the best centers for southern European birding holiday, often at a more competitive price then other destination in the region. Click here to get your complete PDF version of a tour

Trekking & Culture

Trekking & Culture Amazing lime stone formations and beautiful views to the Boka Kotorska bay will make your first trekking journey unforgettable experience. Trekking duration 5 – 5,5 hours. Click here to get your complete PDF version of a tour

Plav & Durmitor trekking

Plav & Durmitor trekking Montenegro (Crna Gora) lies on the southern Adriatic coast, between Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Serbia and Albania; and within its borders are some of the wildest, most spectacular, and least visited mountains in Europe. Click here to get your complete PDF version of a tour