DAY 01: ARRIVAL AT PODGORICA AIRPORT – PODGORICA (10km – 20min)

Flight details:

Meet the local host during your stay and transfer to   Podgorica (considering traffic) – 25min

Upon arrival, accommodation and relax at the hotel 

Afternoon guided visit of Podgorica 

The name originates in 1326 and it is built amongst five rivers, the Zeta, Moraca, Ribnica, Cijevna and Sitnica. Most of the city was destroyed during WW II, so Podgorica is relatively new, with modern buildings at every step of the way and green spaces as well as parks. Podgorica hosts a number of cultural events and there are many theatres, such as Crnogorsko Narodno, Gradsko and Dodest. Further cultural and historic monuments in and around Podgorica are Sahat-kula Adzi-pasa Osmanagica, the ruins of Nemanjica Grad, Stara Varos, and Vezirov.

Dinner and accommodation in PODGORICA

DAY 02: PODGORICA – MORACA – BIOGRADSKA GORA NP – KOLASIN (120km – 3h30min)

Today, after check out of the hotel, we’ll drive towards Moraca Monastery for 1 hour

Visit Moraca Monastery, located in the valley of the Morača River in central Montenegro. It is one of the most monumental orthodox Middle Age monuments in Montenegro, founded in 1252 by Stefan, son of Vukan Nemanjić, king of Zeta, the grandson of Stefan Nemanja. This is written above the western portal. It consists of an assembly church, devoted to the Assumption of Mary, a small church, devoted to Saint Nicola, and lodgings for travelers.

We’ll proceed driving to Biogradska Gora NP 

Walking tour of Biogrdadska Lake 

Biogradska – Gora National Park is in mountainous region of Bjelasica that is located in central part of Montenegro between Rivers Tara and Lim, which provides epic nature views and adventure options. Park is 5400 acres large and surrounded with mountains whose tops are over 2000 meters high and with nine glacier and one low land lakes, Lake Biograd. One of three remaining rainforests in Europe, it has diverse flora and fauna. 

Continue driving to Kolasin 

Time for lunch at a local restaurant 

Leisure time by your own 

Dinner and accommodation in KOLASIN

DAY 03: KOLASIN – TARA BRIDGE – DURMITOR NP – ZABLJAK (130km – 3h30min)

Breakfast at the hotel and check out 

Drive to Durmitor National Park with stop en route to visit Tara Bridge.  

Built between 1937 and 1940, Djurdjevica Tara Bridge (or simple: Tara Bridge), represent one of the most visited attraction in Montenegro. Near the bridge, there are restaurants where you can relax and enjoy the unique view. Also, do not forget that in addition to photos, take some of the many souvenirs (from magnets, cups, decorative plates, to hand-made carpets, t-shirts, etc).

We’ll continue driving to Durmitor NP and enjoy the fantastic views of the mountain

An UNESCO World Heritage Site, Durmitor National Park is one of four national parks in Montenegro and the most visually stunning with its geological diversity. Ranging from canyons and gorges to jutting mountain peaks, the land rises and falls dramatically over and over again.

The Tara River Canyon is one of the most beautiful and impressive sights in Montenegro. The turquoise blue of the Tara River snakes its way through mountains of dense, green forest that just seem to keep going up. 

There are also two easy hikes that don’t require any special equipment and will give you some great views of the Tara Canyon: 

1. Mt Ćurevac and the circular trail from Podgora. One of the most popular hikes to get views of Tara River Canyon is a short hike to Mount Ćurevac. It’s around 3km return and starts 8km outside of Žabljak. From the top you can see the Tara Canyon and Tara River in the distance.

2. About 5km from Žabljak, there is a little-known hike that starts from Podgora village. The 6.1km, circular route takes you to three viewpoints overlooking the Tara Canyon: Soa, Brojila and Tmorska Glavica. This is an easy hike and these are the best views of the canyon you’ll get on a hike.

Time for lunch during the visits

Dinner and accommodation in ZABLJAK

DAY 04: ZABLJAK – OSTROG – PODGORICA (200km – 4hrs)

Breakfast at the hotel, and check out

Drive to Ostrog Monastery 

Time for lunch at a local restaurant 

Visit Ostrog Monastery, a miracle built by nature and human interaction, carved almost in its entirety in a vertically positioned mountain cliff, is today the pearl of Montenegrin spirituality which is visited by more than a hundred thousand pilgrims from around the world and of travelers of all religions every year. It is one of three most visited Christian destinations on the planet with its cave-like chapel and the Monastery complex that preserves the sanctity of Saint Basil, the Orthodox Christian Saint of Miracles.

Note: Big bus should be changed into local minivan into the Monastery

Proceed driving to Podgorica 

Dinner and accommodation in PODGORICA

DAY 05: PODGORICA – CETINJE – LOVCEN NP – NJEGUSHI – BUDVA (110km – 3hrs)

Breakfast at the hotel, check out and depart for Cetinje 

Visit of Cetinje. Cetinje was once the royal capital of Montenegro. Today is a small but vibrating town, where all the Montenegrin art academies are located. Cetinje is mentioned for the first time in 1440 year. It is recognized as the capital of the independent country in 1878, after many years of uprising against the Turkish administration.

Visit the Museum of King Nikola

Continue driving to the National Park of Lovcen. Lovćen’s star attraction is the magnificent mausoleum (built 1970 to 1974, which sits at the top of its second-highest peak, Jezerski Vrh (1657m). Take the 461 steps up to the entry where two granite giantesses guard the tomb of Montenegro’s greatest hero. 

Continue driving to Njegushi (15 km – 30 min)

Njegusi village is known for its specialties such as prosciutto, domestic cheese and delicious mead. During the excursion, break or lunch in the village for wine tasting, buying local specialties and souvenirs.

Lunch at a local restaurant in Njegusi (45 km – 1.15)

Proceed driving to Budva 

Leisure time by your own 

Dinner and accommodation in BUDVA

DAY 06: BUDVA – KOTOR (Boat tour – Our Lady of the Rock Island
& Perast)

Breakfast at the hotel, check out and drive to Kotor

Guided walking tour of Old Town of Kotor. 

Kotor, a well preserved urbanization typical of the middle Ages, built between the 12th and 14th century. Medieval architecture and numerous monuments of cultural heritage have made Kotor a UNESCO listed. Through the entire city the buildings are criss-crossed with narrow streets and squares. One of these squares contains the Cathedral of Saint Tryphon, a monument of Roman culture and one of the most recognizable symbols of the city.

Lunch between visits 

Free time on your own 

Boat ride to Perast & the Lady of the Rock Island. 

Perast, is a lovely little old town in Boka of Kotor. Throughout history, many have struggled to conquer this place and put it under his wing (Byzantine Empire, Venetian and Hungarian, French, Austrian …). Each has left a significant mark on this marvelous beautiful little place. Above all, the main attraction is the island Our Lady of the Rock, which is one of the two islets off the coast of Perast in Bay of Kotor. According to legend, through to centuries, local seaman and sailors, throwing stones into the sea, after finding the icon of Madonna and Child on the rocks in the sea. In this way, they made this little artificial island.

Dinner and accommodation in BUDVA

DAY 07: BUDVA – ST. STEPHAN – VIRPAZAR (Skadar Lake) – PODGORICA (70km – 1h30min)

Breakfast in the hotel, check out and drive to Virpazar, with stop en route to St. Stephan for photos 

The world famous Sveti Stefan is a picturesque island in the Adriatic Sea and a real highlight in Montenegro. This former fishing village was completely renovated as a hotel in 2007 and today with its impressive appearance it provides the entire Montenegrin coast with an exceptionally beautiful and proud charm. The history of Sveti Stefan goes back to the 15th century. In the past it was a small, fortified fishing village, which partly served as a shelter in times of war. It has its name from the church of St. Stefan, which, like several other small churches, is still here today.

Boat trip in Skadar Lake 

The Skadar Lake is the largest freshwater lake in the Balkans. The lake is divided by two countries, Montenegro and Albania. Furthermore, it also represents an important natural monument. The lake is famous for its variety of flora and fauna as well as for the mutual vicinity of different animal hunting grounds and their food chains. Experience Lake Skadar’s magic on a boat cruise that will blow you away and discover the legends of the Montenegrin Alcatraz

Time for lunch at a local restaurant 

Drive to Podgorica 

Leisure time by your own 

Dinner and accommodation in PODGORICA

DAY 08: PODGORICA – Airport (10km – 20min)

Breakfast at the hotel, check out 

Free time until your departure 

Transfer to the Airport (30min)

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