From  £1880
per person
Tour Highlights
  • Visit the UNESCO World Heritage town of Kotor
  • Explore Durmitor National Park
  • Visit the extraordinary Ostrog Monastery
  • Explore the Bjelasica Mountain by jeep safari
  • Visit the coastal town of Budva
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Cultural landscapes of Montenegro

8 Day Tour, from £1880 per person

On this 8-day tailor-made tour, with private transfers and guides, discover the highlights of Montenegro from the mountains to the coast. In Budva and Kotor, uncover the history of the ancient walled towns whilst soaking up spectacular Adriatic views. Travelling inland, discover the incredible cliff-hanging pilgrimage site of Ostrog Monastery and the dramatic national parks; in Biogradska Gora National Park a jeep safari takes in Bjelasica Mountain and picturesque villages. A visit to a winery in Limljani provides the opportunity to try local wines, meats, olives and cheeses.

Tour Itinerary

DAY 1
FLY TO TIVAT
FLY TO TIVAT

Fly to Tivat on Montenegro's Adriatic coast. On arrival transfer to Kotor for a 2 night stay.

DAY 2
KOTOR AND BOKA BAY
KOTOR AND BOKA BAY

Spend the day on a private tour of the old town of Kotor and the surrounding Boka Bay area. Wander the marble streets with your guide and discover shady piazzas flanked by bustling cafes and Venetian Palaces. Admire the impressive city walls, snaking high up the surrounding hillside and perhaps stop for a coffee in the Square or Arms and a spot of the favoured Balkan past time of people watching. Continue around the Boka Bay, where the brooding black mountains meet the sea. Visit the small baroque town of Perast and take a boat tour to the Island of Our Lady of the Rocks, which came to be from the purposeful sinking of seized ships. Continue to the town of Risan, passing the narrowest part of the bay by ferry and visit one of the newest and biggest developments in the Adriatic - Porto Montenegro in Tivat. (B)

 

 

DAY 3
KOTOR TO ZABLJAK
KOTOR TO ZABLJAK
Today will be spent travelling northwards towards the mountain town of Zabljak. The first stop of the day will be at the extraordinary Ostrog Monastery. The drive up is an exhilarating experience and the views once at the top are stunning. The monastery itself was built in the 17th Century by one of the four Montenegrin Saints, Vladika St. Vasilije and today is a popular pilgrimage site for followers of the Orthodox religion. Continue on past the lakes and peaks located along the ring of Durmitor, one of the most scenic routes in Montenegro. Arrive in Zabljak and check-in to hotel for an overnight stay. (B)
DAY 4
ZABLJAK TO KOLASIN
ZABLJAK TO KOLASIN

Embark on a walk this morning around the sparkling Black Lake of Durmitor National Park. The lake is the central focal point of Durmitor and looks beautiful reflecting in the changing seasonal light and can vary quite vastly in colour because of its varying degrees of depth. After lunch in the park, move on towards Kolasin via the Tara River Canyon and the impressive Djurdjevica Bridge. The canyon is the deepest in Europe at 4,265 foot. From the bridge, watch rafters float by below, whilst daredevils wizz past on the canyon spanning zip wire. Continue onwards towards Kolasin, the gateway to Biogradska Gora National Park, for a walk around Biograd Lake.. On arrival, check-in to your hotel for a two night stay. (B,L,D)

 

 

DAY 5
KOLASIN
KOLASIN
Today you will explore the Bjelasica Mountain Massif by jeep safari. Bjelasica surrounds Biogradska Gora National Park, which is one of the last remaining primeval forests in Europe. Travel through mountain villages, stopping for lunch at a local village restaurant. Drive past vast forests, rippling rivers, glacial fed lakes and meadows covered with wild flowers. Return to Kolasin and overnight. (B,L,D)
DAY 6
KOLASIN TO TIVAT
KOLASIN TO TIVAT

After breakfast, head back towards the coast via the beautiful Lake Skadar, the largest lake in the Balkans. First stop will be the Moraca Monastery, surrounded by a garden of hydrangeas and roses and on to the nation's compact capital, Podgorica. Take a walk through the town before moving on to Lake Skadar. Enjoy a leisurely 2 hour boat trip on the lake before making a stop at a local winery in Virpazar. Sample the local wine that the Lake Skadar region is famous for producing and receive a demonstration in wine making techniques. On the way back to Tivat pass the iconic island of Sveti Stefan, now home to an exclusive Aman resort (photo stop). Check-in to the hotel in Tivat for a 2 night stay. (B)

 

 

DAY 7
OLD ROYAL MONTENEGRO
OLD ROYAL MONTENEGRO

Start the day with a visit to Montenegro’s most famous town, Budva. Explore the charming Old Town with its mediaeval walls, cobbled lanes and small shady piazzas. Afterwards head to the old capital city of Cetinje at the foot of Lovcen national park. Take a look around King Nicola’s Museum, which is home to many interesting artefacts documenting Montenegro’s tumultuous history, followed by a walk up the 461 steps to the mausoleum of the national hero Petar II Petrovic-Njegos, located on top of Jezerski Vrh, Montenegro’s second highest peak. Return to Tivat stopping for lunch in Njegusi village, where you will sample the delicious, locally produced, meats and cheeses. (B,L)

DAY 8
FLY TO UK
Transfer back to the airport for return flight. (B)

Pricing Information

8 day tour, from £1880 per person
(Single person supplement + £240)

Price Includes

  • Return flights to Tivat
  • All airport taxes & security charges
  • Accommodation in 3 or 4* hotels with breakfast 
  • Meals as specified (B= Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner) 
  • Private transfers with English speaking driver, between each destination, with sightseeing stops en-route  
  • Sightseeing excursions with English speaking guide  in Kotor & Boka Bay, Durmitor, Bjelasica jeep safari and Old Royal Montenegro  
  • Boat trip on Lake Skadar

 

Price Excludes

  • Meals not stated
  • Services of a guide when transferring from resorts 
  • Travel Insurance
  • Tips and gratuities

 

Price Includes

Price Excludes

Tour Route Map


  1. Croatia, Dubrovnik
  2. Montenegro, Kotor
  3. Montenegro, Podgorica
  4. Montenegro, Zabljak
  5. Montenegro, Kolasin
  6. Montenegro, Budva

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