The essence of authenticity is the best way to describe Montenegro when asked to do it in short. But Montenegro’s diversity in landscape, nature, and cultural influences deserve this country to be discovered at a little bit slower pace because it has to offer everything for everyone. From its north where surprisingly one can find the highest mountains of the Balkan to its south, Montenegro is rich in wonders and opportunities for new experiences. Kotor Bay, Sveti Stefan, Skadar Lake, or Durimitor national park have to make your list but allow this country to inspire you beyond that.
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The Tara River Canyon is up to 1,330m deep, making it the deepest canyon in Europe and second deepest in the world, after Colorado. For the most part, it is in Durmitor National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1980. Tara is also one of Europe’s last remaining unpolluted rivers, allowing adventurers to drink from it freely! Prepare for the day of fun and pinch of heavy adventure.
Beach of Ulcinj is still undiscovered gem, a long sandy beach without any buildings the favourite spot for meditating, sunbathing, festivals, and numerous water sports activities such as kitesurfing. Perfect wind conditions guarantee optimal kitesurfing conditions from May till September. For beginners we organize the orientation course. Suggest to combine this experience with lodging on Ada Bojana in order to catch the prime location on the beach for sun salutation.
From the highest peak of Balkan, mountains of Durmitor to sandy beaches, palm trees, crystal blue Adriatic in less than 2 hours. Conquer the largest peak of the Durmitor massif, the famous Bobotov Kuk. Hike to Bobotov Kuk will provide amazing panoramas of countless mountain peaks and glacial lakes.
Katuns have developed as a necessary activity that follows cattle breeding, as the need of herders to feed their cattle. And cattle breeding has always been the basic economic activity of the population in rural, mountainous parts of Montenegro. Today culture of katuns is still alive in Montenegro although slightly changed and restored. However, you can experience lodging and eating with Katun hosts, share moments with their families or even help them around the cattle. The serendipity that comes with life in katuns is a priceless transformative experience.