The journey begins at the captial Podgorica, where a good lunch or some shopping can be done before we go off the beaten path to the mountain resorts of Kolašin and Žabljak. Venture deep into the pristine forests or unspoilt pasturelands in a jeep or on foot, or raft down the breathtaking Tara Canyon. This is also Montenegro’s most authentic region, where traditions and customs are still practised daily.
From the mountains, the journey continues on a scenic helicopter flight towards the coast—if not, you can take a day’s drive down towards the coast instead. En route, we make a stop at one of the most religious monuments in the country, the Ostrog Monastery, which is perched precariously on a cliff’s edge and attracts hundreds and thousands of pilgrims annually.
Porto Monetegro is well placed to explore the spectacular Boka Bay, arguably the most popular region of the country. Apart from the usual highlights, like the UNESCO town of Kotor, the historic Cetinje and Lovćen, we visit more of the less touristy spots that include local farms, wineries, and various coves around the bay.
We conclude our journey with an indulgent stay at the exclusive Aman Sveti Stefan, on its private island which was once a fishing village. Tour through the ancient fishing cottages of the island, cruise along the tranquil Lake Skadar on a tradtional boat or just simply relax at the delightful spa.
Through Biogradska Gora National Park and the UNESCO protected Durmitor National Park.
Along pristine nature through the Tara River.
Experience the best wines of Montenegro, which are usually not exported.
Soar up in the air from the mountains to the coast for the best views.
Along the stunning Boka Bay.
Visit monastries, farms and other local establishments.
Aman Sveti Stefan
A private island hideaway that was once a fishing village.
Bianca Resort & Spa
Surrounded by magnificent pine forests with breathtaking views of the Bjelasica Mountain. The luxurious and comfortable rooms are fully equipped with high standard amenities while the resort’s architecture is based on the idea of a hunting lodge in the mountains.Visit Website
Located in Žabljak's Durmitor National Park, Hotel Soa combines elegant furnishings with modern design. Food and drink can be enjoyed on the spacious terrace which has panoramic views of the surrounding countryside.Visit Website
Regent Porto Montenegro
Inspired by the Venetian palazzos, this luxury hotel has rooms in refined nautical hues with gorgeous views of the UNESCO-protected Boka Bay. Located within the upscale Porto Montenegro Village, there is a world-class marina, luxury retail stores and waterfront restaurants all a short walk away.Visit Website
Aman Sveti Stefan
This former fortified fishing village is now a private island hideaway, attached to the coast by a narrow isthmus. The rooms and suites are housed in 15th century cottages accessed via cobbled footpaths and shady courtyards, creating a Montenegrin local but chic atmosphere.Visit Website
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Accommodation with breakfast
Mineral water and snacks
All tours and entrance fees
A licensed guide proficient in your preferred language
Private vehicle with driver