‘Relax and Enjoy in Montenegro’

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In this arrangement, we offer you a combination of stunning Adriatic,a  unique central area and wonderful North of Montenegro. Through the walking city tour you will explore Podgorica – the capital of Montenegro, where you will stay during the arrangement.      Next days, you will visit Njegoš’s mausoleum and Njeguši village with tasting national traditispecialitieslties then drive along Lovćen Serpentine – road tourist attraction, see Kotor – under UNESCO protection, one of the top 10 Europe destinations,                              Budva – metropolis of Montenegrin tourism and take speed boat to the Perast and                      Our Lady of the Rocks island. Next, we go to the North of the country and enjoy Kolašin ‘air spa’, National park Biogradska Gora – the one of the three remaining rainforests in Europe with its Biogradsko lake and Morača monastery (est. 1252). Further, Lipa cave – one of top 10 attractions in Montenegro, Cetinje – Old Royal Capital, a small city museum, local traditional winery where you will taste high quality wines and snack, Rijeka Crnojevića – beautiful little historic place. You will have an opportunity to take a photo on the Pavlova side – viewpoint from which photos represent Montenegro in magazines worldwide. You will also visit Ostrog monastery – the third most visited monastery in the Christian world, immediately after Christ’s tomb in Jerusalem and the Holy Mountain in Greece, Virpazar – little fishing village on Skadar lake, enjoy cruising on the largest lake in Balkan – Skadar lake, one of the richest bird habitats in Europe, visit Bar Old Bar – one of the most important archaeological sites in the world and Old Olive Tree – it is believed that it is oldest in Europe and one of the oldest in the world.  

Come to us, enjoy and relax!


Podgorica is the capital of Montenegro located in the center of this country, at the intersection of several important road directions that lead from the sea to the continental part of the country. It is the main administrative, political, economic, traffic, scientific and educational – cultural center of Montenegro. The city is close to winter centers in the north and resorts in the Adriatic Sea. It offers a wide range of discoveries to visitors through cultural heritage, archaeological sites, monuments, museums, and through nature in a national park, active holidays, views of canyons, rivers and bridges, as well as enjoyment traditionally produced food and wine. In Podgorica there is one of the largest and most beautiful vineyards in Europe – ’13. Jul Plantaže’, covering 2,300 hectares, and all who visit the ‘Šipčanik’ wine cellar have the opportunity to experience the impressive ambience of a unique wine cellar in Europe, enjoying the unforgettable smells and tastes of Montenegro.
At the foothill of mountain Lovćen, at 900 m above sea level, there is the most famous Montenegrin village Njeguši, from where Petrović dynasty comes, which ruled for 300 years in Montenegro. Near the road that passes through the village, there is a house in which Njegoš was born, a typical Montenegrin house of a wealthy family. In it, today is a museum in which besides household items, literature works are exhibited. Among them it is the first edition of the book ‘Gorski vijenac’, printed in Vienna in 1847. Also, you can see Njegoš’s bronze statue of the famous sculptor Ivan Meštrović, portraits as well as the genealogical tree of the Petrović family. The village of Njeguši is today a quiet tourist place with about 200 inhabitants. It is known for the traditional production of prosciutto, homemade cheese and honey. Here you can see how to prosciutto is produces, buy it and enjoy the tastes of organic traditional Montenegrin products in one of the local taverns. One thing is undoubtedly, you will be enchanted by the unique taste of the prosciutto from Njeguši, produced in the ideal conditions of mixed cold mountain air with the sea. At the end of the 19th century, more precisely in 1884, after five years of work, on the slopes of Lovćen it was constructed road which connected Kotor and Njeguši village. This road is known today as the famous Lovćen serpentines. Many influences of various civilizations arrived in Montenegro by this way, such as:  good wines from the French, silk fabrics of the Far East, the first ski from Norway. One of the biggest construction projects in the Montenegrin history of Montenegro, today is more tourist attraction than traffic road. It witnesses of human persistence that in a perfect harmony with nature combines uncombined.Lovćen serpentine – the way they arrived many influences of various civilizations in Montenegro, such as:  good wines from the French, silk fabrics of the Far East, the first ski from Norway…
Lovćen is the symbol of Montenegro and its freedom. The mountain is located at 1749 m above sea level, and in 1952, it was declared a national park. On one of the peaks of Lovćen, Jezerski vrh – 1675 m above sea level, there is a Mausoleum, dedicated to Petar II Petrović Njegoš bishop, ruler, thinker and poet, one of the most important figures of Montenegrin history. Lovćen is special in many ways. It is rightly said that Lovćen is a natural treasure of Montenegro.
Kotor is a city and municipality on the coast of the Boka Bay in Montenegro. Situated in one of the most beautiful bays, this town of merchants and sailors has a lot to show. Kotor Bay (Boka Kotorska) is one of the deepest and longest in the Adriatic Sea and is often called the southernmost fiord of Europe. The old Mediterranean archipelago, surrounded by impressive city walls, is very well preserved and included in the UNESCO list of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage. Between 1420-1797 Kotor was surrounded by Venice and Venetian influence stands out in urban architecture. Throughout the city, there are buildings, intertwined with streets and squares, and on one of them there is a Cathedral of Saint Tryphon (XII century) – the recognizable symbol of the city – dedicated to the patron of the town. The most imposing are, however, the city walls that surround the city, about 5 km long, high to 20 and wide to 10 meters. Climbing along the walls, you will arrive at the San Giovanni fortress at about 280m above sea level from which you can see the enchanting panorama. Various events, carnivals and festivals organized each year give this city extra charm. In recent years, it has been an increasing number of tourists who are attracted to the natural beauty of Boka Bay, as well as the old town of Kotor, which is not surprising, since Kotor has been on the top list of the most visited destinations for years. It was nominated for the title of the best European destination in 2019, following the results achieved in 2018 at a competition conducted by European Best Destinations – EBD. The old town of Kotor also has a great number of nicely arranged restaurants and hotels where you can taste traditional specialties as well as varied Mediterranean food. Simply, Kotor is the city to which the visit is unavoidable!
Perast is located in the heart of Boka Bay, at a distance of 12 km northwest of Kotor. In Perast, remains of the Neolithic culture (dating back to 3500) are found, before the new era, which speaks of its long unique history of long maritime, churches, palaces. Across the coast of Perast, near the coast, there are two beautiful islands that represent the special attraction of the city: Saint George which is natural, and the artificial island of Our Lady of the Rocks. The legend says that on July 12, 1452, two fishermen found the icon of the Virgin Mary on the rock. The settlers thought it was a sign that the island and the church were to be built there and they called Our Lady of the Rocks. They threw rocks, as well as small boats and large ships damaged in fights fought to build an island. For this, they took 250 years. To date, the ritual throwing of stone around the island has been preserved. This manifestation is known as ”Fašinada” and is held on July 22, each year, as a monument on the day of iconography of the Virgin with little Christ in 1452 on the cliff. As the highlight of the ceremony, stones are cast into the sea around the island, and the ships return back. Traditionally, only men participate in the event. The church itself was built in 1630, and the octagonal chapel after forty years. A special significance in the museum is the famous needlepoint of the Virgin made by own hair, which is a vowel work by Perastanka Kunić from 1828.
Budva is a coastal city on the Adriatic coast in Montenegro. This city dates back 3,450 years ago and is one of the oldest cities on the Adriatic Sea. The area around the city, along the coast, is called Budvanska Riviera. The Riviera is the center of Montenegrin tourism, known for its sandy beaches and night life, the area of ​​hotels and restaurants that separates the beautiful coast from high mountains. The name Old Town, Budva was worn in the Middle Ages, and most of the architecture of this city was of Venetian origin. Doors, windows, balconies and many other parts of the building are of Roman style. Budva has a large number of cultural and historical monuments, monasteries and churches that document the historical and social events in the area of ​​the Budvanska Riviera. Among the most famous churches are the church of San Giovanni, built in the seventh century, the church of Santa Maria ‘in Punta’ from 840, the church of the Holy Trinity from 1804. The most famous part of the city walls is called Citadela and is an interesting tourist attraction. The city abounds in beautiful beaches of which the most famous are: Mogren, Slovenska, Bečići, Jaz… Today Budva is a tourist center, a monumental resort, a city theater and a prestigious town on the tourist map of Europe and the world. Budva is often referred to as the ‘metropolis of tourism’ because it is the most visited destination in Montenegro and one of the most visited ones on the Adriatic, and it is often given epithet like ‘Queen of the Adriatic’.
Monastery Morača (built in 1252) is one of the most monumental Orthodox medieval monuments of Montenegro. It was built by Stefan Nemanjić, the son of king Vukan. It is located on the right side of the river Morača, in the expanded part of the canyon, on the natural valley of picturesque landscapes, in the municipality of Kolašin. The monastery complex consists of a central church dedicated to the Virgin, a small church of St. Nikola and a part for overnight stay. Below the monastery, there is the waterfall of Svetigora which created a nearby brook that flows into the river Morača. Visiting this monastery you will feel the modest life of the seniors in harmony with nature.
Kolašin is a town in the north of Montenegro, 72 km away from Podgorica. It was founded in 1651 by the Turks as a fortification and a caravan station from the coast to the north. It extends in the upper and middle courses of the Tara and Morača rivers. It is surrounded on all sides by mountain peaks and ridges of Sinjajevina, Bjelasica, Komovi and Vučje. For mountaineers and tourists, the peaks of these mountains are especially attractive: the most famous Jablanov vrh (2203 m) on Sinjajevina, Troglava Bjelasica (2075 m) and Zekova Glava (2116 m), then Komovi (2484 m). Kolašin is at 954 m above sea level and offers excellent holidays in winter and summer. In Bjelasica there is a well-known ski resort just a few kilometers from the city. Many people call this city an aerial spa due to the height and extraordinary climatic conditions. There is a unique botanical garden in Kolašin, which is a true treasure of flora of the continental part of Montenegro.
A special attraction for tourists is the National Park Biogradska Gora, located in the north-east of Montenegro, between rivers Tara and Lim in the central part of the mountain Bjelasica. It is the first declared national park in Montenegro in 1952 and it occupies an area of ​​5650 ha. His protection dates back to 1878, when this area was given to the lord of Montenegro Prince Nikola Petrović, and it has since become the ‘Knjažev zabran’ – ‘Prince’s reserve’. Biogradska gora simply captures its pure beauty. Surrounded by mountain heights, centuries-old forests and meadows, sprinkled with streams and coves, decorated with beautiful lakes, is a magnificent gift of nature. Green is dominated by a combination of unique forest ecosystem and meadow vegetation areas. The most important natural value of this national park is the rainforest of Biogradska gora, which covers an area of ​​1600 hectares. It is one of the last trees in Europe and has the character of a strictly protected reservation.

In the heart of the forest there is a beautiful Biogradsko lake, the largest and most famous of many glacier parks in the area of ​​the national park. It is located at an altitude of 1,094 m. In clean water on the lake, all the beauty of the ancient forest is reflected, giving it a blue-green color and creating a special landscape for the visitors. Ice forms of relief, such as peaks high and over 2,000 meters and glacier waves with several fairytale glacier lakes, give this region unparalleled beauty.


The rich flora and fauna of the National park Biogradska gora made it very interesting and attractive to many scientists, scientific observations and studies, as well as sightseeing tours and visits of nature lovers.
Lipa cave, which is on the list of top 10 attractions in Montenegro, is located only sixty kilometers from the cities of Boka Kotorska and five kilometers from Cetinje – the Old Royal capital of Montenegro. It is the first cave attraction in Montenegro that offers a charming variety of karst features to provide visitors with a unique experience of the underground world. The wild beauty of this cave leaves a lasting impression and makes the visit unforgettable.
Cetinje is a town situated below the mountain Lovćen, at an average altitude of 670 m. Cetinje is the old Kingdom of Montenegro. It was founded in the 15th century and became the center of Montenegrin life and its culture. Today it is a city museum with beautiful monuments, promenades and nature under the huge mountain Lovćen. Cetinje is the former capital of Montenegro. The most important monument of Cetinje is Cetinje Monastery built in 1701 – dedicated to the birth of the Virgin. After the Monastery, the most important architectural monument of the town is Biljarda – the residence of Peter II Petrović Njegoš.     It was built in 1838. Although the headquarters of the Montenegrin Senate and foreign missions were located in the building, she remained most remembered by the Billiards Hall, which this extraordinary writer, bishop, philosopher and statesman liked to play. Immediately across the street there is the King Nikola’s Museum in the building from 1867 which in the past served as the residence of Montenegrin rulers, and today it has a permanent setting, but also a gallery in which traveling exhibitions are shown. This small city, enriched with the greenery and architecture of the 18th and 19th centuries will surely draw your attention at first glance, through a rare combination of nature and culture, museums, art faculties, parks, promenades.
Local Traditional Winery near Skadar lake, in the region famous of top wines production. The family, traditionally, is devoted to the cultivation of vines and the production of premium wines and brandy. The guarantee of their wine quality are many recognitions and awards on the competitions. Also, history confirms the fact of high quality products, because the fans of their wine were some of the persons of historical significance for our region.  Combination of traditional wine production process which is preserved in family heritage and modern methods ensure sustainable quality.
On the shore of Skadar Lake, as a small place on the same river, there is –                                   Rijeka Crnojevića, known as the Montenegrin Venice. In its vicinity, there are remains of the Obod printing office, where the first Cyrillic book was printed in this part of Europe – in 1494. During the 19th and early 20th centuries Rijeka Crnojevića was the largest Montenegrin port and the leading trade center, and besides, the first pharmacy in Montenegro was opened there, as well as the first weapons workshop. A construction that attracts tourist in a special way is the bridge which was raised by Prince Danilo in 1853. Along the bridge, he built a one-storey house known as ‘Mostina’, preserved to today. A particularly appreciated product of this region was dried fish which Italians especially liked due to its uniqueness and perfect taste.
One of the most attractive viewpoints in Montenegro, the most famous “picture card” of Montenegro is Pavlova side.
Ostrog Monastery was built in the 17th century. It is located in the area of ​​Bjelopavlići, on the cliffs of the Ostroška Greda, 25 km away from Nikšić. It was founded by the Herzegovinian metropolitan Vasily, who was buried in 1671, and later canonized. St. Vasily Ostroški is known as the Saints Wonderman. Believers of all religions from different parts of the world visit this monastery in large numbers, and for the citizens of Montenegro, it is the greatest sanctuary. The monastery is in third place when it is a word about visits in the Christian world, immediately after Christ’s tomb in Jerusalem and the Holy Mountain in Greece.
Virpazar is a small fishing village, located on the road between Podgorica and the Montenegrin coast, at the confluence of the river Crmnica and Orahovica in the lake. In the past, this place considered as strategically important, so that the occupier Turks built a large fortress – Besac, on the hill above the village. After their fall, Virpazar became an important trading city with a lively port which was connected to the first Montenegrin railway at the beginning of the 1900s. Today this place serves as the main gate in the Skadar Lake National Park. It is also recognizable by local wines, which you can taste in family vineyards and cellars in the center and the surrounding area.
Skadar Lake is the largest lake in Montenegro and on the Balkan Peninsula, with an area of ​​369.7 km² (of which Montenegro has 221.8 and Albania 147.9 km²). The Montenegrin part of the lake with the coast was declared National Park in 1983.The lake has many islands and peninsula with traces of history and valuable cultural heritage: Žabljak (15th century) – the capital of the Crnojević dynasty, Lesendro – fortress on the rock at the lake, the borderline of the Montenegrin army in the era of Njegoš, the fortress Grmožur – the Montenegrin Alcatraz, in the period when Nikola Petrović ruled. The lake has 18 important historical monuments that witness to Montenegrin history from the 11th century to the present. The lake is known for its diversity of flora and fauna. Skadar Lake is a bird’s paradise, it has 264 bird species, and about 90% of them are migratory and of international importance. This is the only pelican habitat in southern Europe. The lake is an ideal location for observing birds because it is the largest bird reserve in Europe.
Bar is a maritime city in Montenegro located in the south of the country, between the Adriatic Sea and the Skadar Lake. It is 52 km away from Podgorica. It is a city with a large number of cultural events during the summer period, such as concerts, exhibitions, books promotions, children’s festivals, sports tournaments, etc. Harbor Bar is the largest Montenegrin port.
Old Bar is mentioned in documents dating from the 10th century. The Old Town is one of the most important archaeological sites in the world. His streets are cross-country guides, from Greek colonies to the Middle Ages, the rule of Venetians to the Turkish period and up to the new era.
Near the town, in the Mirovica settlement, there is a monument of the nature of the Old olive tree, an olive tree between 2,000 and  2,500  years old. The oldest olive tree is the oldest tree in Europe, and also one of the oldest trees in the world. There are also seven other olive trees in the same courtyard between 500 and 700 years old. At the end of November, every year in Bar, it is held the ‘Maslinijada’, event dedicated to this ancient tree and its yields. Since 1957, the Old Olive is under the protection of the state as a monument of nature.





Departure Time

April May June July August September October

Dress Code

Sport casual


Day 1

Day 1 – Arrival at the airport (Podgorica or Tivat) or port (Kotor/Bar/Tivat). Accommodation in 4-star hotel in Podgorica. City sightseeing.


We will welcome you to the airport, and then head towards Podgorica.


Check – in hotel.


Meeting at an agreed time, and start easy walking through the city accompanied by a guide – approx. 1 hour and a half.


We start the tour from the Republic Square – the main city square. We will pass through Bokeška Street with nice cafes and urban look, a favorite place for young people to go out. We will see the Millennium Bridge that represents the visual identity of the city. We will visit the Sastavci or the Skaline – the oldest bridge in Podgorica, according to the historical facts that was established during the Roman rule. We will visit the Clock Tower and the Old Town located in the very heart of Podgorica which preserves rich historical and cultural heritage. The most beautiful example of architecture remaining from the Turkish period is the Clock Tower, which is a symbol of Podgorica. It still dominates the area of ​ Old Town with its height. In the end we visit St. George Church which dates from the IX-XI century; belongs to the oldest active worship of the Christian chapel in the area of ​​Montenegro and beyond.


Back to the hotel. Spare time. Overnight stay.

Day 2

Day 2 – Njeguši village – Njegoš’s Mausoleum – Lovćen serpentine – Kotor                                  – Speed boat tour (Our Lady of the Rocks and Saint George island, Perast) – Budva




Drive towards Njeguši village (approx. 1 hour). Arrival at the village Njeguši – the birthplace of Petar II Petrović Njegoš. The place is also known for traditional prosciutto, homemade cheese, honey and wine. Tasting of traditional products (about 1 h and 15 min).


Taking ride to Njegoš’s mausoleum (approx. 20 minutes).


Visit Njegoš’s mausoleum (461 steps to the top). Stairs to Njegoš’s mausoleum lead through the tunnel pierced through the mountain, and after a few minutes of walking, you arrive at the “sky under the clouds”, to the Jezerski vrh, from where all around you is provided as in the palm – approx. 1 hour.

Taking ride along Pass along Lovćen serpentine – the way they arrived many influences of various civilizations in Montenegro, such as:  good wines from the French, silk fabrics of the Far East, the first ski from Norway… (approx. 1 hour and 20 minutes).

Arrival at Kotor. Easy walk through its Old Town, where you can see its famous monuments and squares – the Arms Market, Saint Tryphon Cathedral and square, Saint Luke’s church and square, Maritime museum and square, Cats square. Free time. Total time in Kotor: approx. 1 hour and 30 min.

Speed boat tour (duration approx. 1 hour and a half). You will see the most iconic lcations in the Boka Bay and enjoy breathtaking landscapes.

Heading towards the Perast. During this first part of the tour you will enjoy in the beautiful landscapes and panoramic views of Boka Bay. Firstly, you will enjoy in the panoramic view of Old Town Perast. Perast’s shore is lined with Baroque palaces and graceful churches. Perast was once a powerful maritime centre and it even had a shipyard. St. George’s Island is one of the two islands on the coast of Perast. Unlike Our Lady of the Rocks, it is a natural island. It is forbiden for tourists to visit it so the speedboat will cruise around it while you take pictures and will continue to Our Lady of the Rocks island. Afterwards the speedboat docks on Our Lady of the Rocks island, where you have 20 minutes to look aroud, take pictures and even go inside the church and museum. Our Lady of the Rocks is a man-made island and a Catholic church that has been built over 600 years ago.

The end of speed boat tour.

Drive to Budva (approx. 1 hour).

Old Town sightseeing: beautiful churches, squares, Citadela. Enjoying in a walk in the winding streets and a beautiful marina (approx. 1 hour).


Return to Podgorica. Free time. Overnight.


Day 3

Day 3 – Morača Monastery – National park Biogradska Gora – Kolašin – Drive along highway


Breakfast. Driving towards Morača Monastery along the Morača river canyon, known as Platije, one of the most attractive canyons in the region. Mountains that rise steeply above the river formed one of the most interesting landscapes in Montenegro. You will enjoy the view, and we will also take a photo pause to capture the beauty of nature (time of drive approx. 40 minutes). Arrival at the Morača monastery. Tour of the Monastery – approx. 30 min.                           Many visitors describe the atmosphere in the monastery as something special. There is a story that the yellow stone from which the monastery was built was brought from the village of Tušina by the formation of a column of people and the stone was passed from hand to hand. We continue our journey towards National park Biogradska gora “realm of untouched nature” – approx. 1 hour. A tour of the park in which heart the Biogradsko lake is located, a special tourist attraction  (tour duration approx. 1h and 30 min). Driving to Kolašin, enjoy the beautiful landscapes – approx. 30 min. Free time for city sightseeing – approx. 1 hour. Short stay in this area will make you feel all the benefits of an aerial spa. Mountain climates, altitude and clean air and healthy natural food, guarantee refreshment and recovery. Return to Podgorica. Free time. Overnight.

Day 4

Day 4 – Lipa cave – Cetinje – Local Traditional Winery – Rijeka Crnojevića – Pavlova side


Breakfast. Drive to Lipa cave (approx. 40 min).

Arrival. Tourist train riding (only available during summer season) from the parking to the entrance into the cave (800 meters).

Cave passage with a licensed tourist guide – approx. 40 min.

Drive to Cetinje – approx. 10 min. Arrival at Cetinje. City sightseeing: Cetinje Monastery, Ćipuri church, the former Njegoš’s residence – Biljarda, King Nikola’s museum, the Presidential Palace (duration approx. 1h).


Taking ride to the Local traditional winery. Sightseeing winery, wine cellar and vineyards. Listening about production of wines, brandies, liqueurs, jams… Wine tasting (3 types of wine) and snack – approx. 1 hour. Continuing drive to Rijeka Crnojevića. Arriving at Rijeka Crnojevića. Sightseeing. Free time to enjoy at one of the restaurants (approx. 1 hour). Return to Podgorica with photo break (approx. 20 min) on Pavlova side, one of the most attractive viewpoints in Montenegro, the most famous “picture card” of Montenegro.


Arrival. Free time. Overnight.

Day 5

Day 5 – Ostrog Monastery – Virpazar – Skadar lake cruising tour – Bar – Old Bar – Old Olive Tree

Breakfast. Driving towards Ostrog – approx. 1h.  Coffee break at the restaurant on the way to the monastery – optional (approx. 30 min). Arrival at Ostrog monastery. Free time for sightseeing of the upper and lower monasteries. In the monastery we will bow to the relics of the great Saint Vasily Ostroški and hear and see incredible tales of Ostrog miracles (about 1h and 30min). Driving towards Skadar Lake about – approx. 1 hour and a half. Arrival at Virpazar, a fishing village with charming stone houses. A short walk. Free time for climbing on the Besac fortress – the most attractive viewpoint on the Skadar Lake, or drinking coffee at one of the restaurants – optionally (approx. 20 min). Start of cruising. The cruise lasts about 1hour and 30 minutes. You will see fishing villages, cultural and historical monuments, the flora and fauna of the lake, and take swim in the lake.  After cruising, having lunch in unrepeatable ambience – approx. 1 h 30 min. Continuing drive to the Old Town Bar –  approx. 30 min. Visiting one of the oldest archaeological sites in the world. Old Olive Tree visit –                           total approx.1 h.

Back to the hotel. Free time. Overnight stay.

Day 6

Day 6 – Transfer to the airport (Podgorica or Tivat) or port (Kotor/Bar/Tivat)   Breakfast at the hotel. Check – out. Free time. Transfer to the airport or port.   The end of the arrangement.



The price of the arrangement includes:

  1. transfer airport (Podgorica or Tivat) or port (Kotor/Tivat/Bar) – hotel – airport (Podgorica or Tivat) or port (Kotor/Bar/Tivat)
  2. licensed travel guide for excursions provided by the program (in English)
  3. 4-star hotel accommodation in a double/triple room in Podgorica – 5 nights (BB)
  4. travel expenses
  5. road expenses and parking
  6. travel insurance
  7. tickets: Njegoš’s Mausoleum, National park Biogradska Gora, Morača Monastery, Our Lady of the Rocks church and museum, Lipa cave, Ostrog Monastery, Bar Old Town,  Olive Tree
  8. tourist tax
  9. speed boat (approx 1 hour and a half) (2nd day)
  10. snack in Njeguši village (2nd day)
  11. wine tasting (3 types of wine) and snack at Local traditional winery (4th day)
  12. modern, air-conditioned vehicles


The price of the arrangement does not include:


  • Residence tax and insurance (1,50 € per person per day – must be paid at the hotel reception)
  • Tickets: for localities which are not listed in *Included in price (Cathedral of St. Tryphon in Kotor, the Maritime Museum in Kotor, City Walls ‘Citadel’ in Budva, localities in Cetinje – King Nikola’s museum…)
  • Licensed tourist guide for a specific language
  • Transfer from an airport or port that is not listed in the program
  • Drinks and food during excursions not listed in the program
  • Visits to the bars and restaurants not listed in the program
  • Other non – program costs
  • Travel health insurance


Additional options (for extra charge):


  • Single room use
  • Tickets for localities which are not included in price
  • Teleferique (3rd day – depending on the weather conditions)
  • Licensed tourist guide for a specific language
  • Transfer from another airport, port, hotel or accommodation (in the region)
  • Travel health insurance (30 EUR per person)


        *Arrangement availability: From April to October each year (depending on weather conditions).

       *The Organizer reserves the right to change (rotate) tours by day in case of bad weather conditions, for a better atmosphere.

       *The Organizer reserves the right to cancel the trip due to bad weather conditions.



Net Price list


Number of people Net Price per person GBP
1 2399
2 1327
3 1102
4 979
5 902
6 897
7 887
8 877
9 781
10 731
11 716
12 677
13 669
14 640
15 636
16 621
17 615
18 599
19 595
20 589

      *VAT included in price.

*No group size limit. For larger groups, price on request.

      *Possibility of organizing tourist packages according to your wishes, budget and interests.