In Montenegro, we offer two predesigned tours: Our Mediterranan Tour takes you along the coast for some outstandingly scenic hikes to Mt Orjen, Kotor Bay, Mt Lovcen, Mt Rumjia and the Skadar Lake all the way to Long Beach at the most southern point of the country.
On the other hand, there is our Twine of Montenegro tour, which passes like a thread along the main natural and cultural sights through this diverse and fascinating country, from north to south.
Of course, we are happy to arrange tailor-made tours in Montenegro to suit your needs and wishes, or to assist you with and supporting your independent travels – just contact us!
Crna Gora (Montenegro) is a small country in the Balkans, Europe. Proclaiming its independence in 2006, Montenegro became one of the newest countries in the world.
Surrounded by the Adriatic Sea, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Kosovo and Albania, with area on 13 812 km² only, Montenegro has an amazing geographic diversity.
From the coast up to the northern mountains, there are many places are worth to be seen:
Boka Kotorska bay (which is the only Mediterranean fiord, and a UNESCO world heritage site), sandy Long Beach with Ada Bojana (12 km long), Skadar Lake (the largest lake in the Balkans and a national park), Biogradska Gora (National park), Durmitor massif (a UNESCO world heritage site and national park), Tara River Canyon (the deepest canyon in Europe and a UNESCO world heritage site), the breathtaking massif of Prokletije and coastal mountains (Orjen, Lovćen and Rumija) with excellent sea views and remarkable history… as many other sites.
Almost all these locations are still not much visited by hikers, so visitors can really feel the peace of the untouched wilderness!
Through its history, Montenegro has become a special multi-cultural entity. First known inhabitants in this area were Illyrian tribes, which were conquered by Romans in 168 BC. The Slavs started settling in about 6-7th century and today the Slavs are majority in Montenegrin population.
Montenegro is an area with tree main religions: Orthodox, Catholic and Muslim as consequences of long standing influences of Byzantine, Venetian and Ottoman rules. During different periods throughout history, this territory was known as Doclea, Zeta and in Middle Ages as Crna Gora (Montenegro – “Black Mountain”).
It is interesting to face with excellent samples of the baroque architecture in the north-west part of the country while less than hundred kilometers southeast it is possible to enjoy in typically oriental ambience. Also, the mystic of many magnificent Orthodox monasteries is unforgettable.
Local people are open, friendly and hospitable. It is not unusual if they offer homemade cheese or rakija as a welcoming gesture to visitors!
Montenegro is a country with 650 000 inhabitants only. Even it is not an EU member, it’s official currency is Euro.