Montenegro is a hidden gem among various European nations offering picturesque landscapes, wildlife and rustic old towns. There are more than hundreds of pristine beaches to relax and multiple peaks to hike, as you travel Montenegro. Choose to sail into the southern creek or raft down the deep canyon in this country.
Durmitor National Park is famous for its peaks and dense forests. The mountain is a world heritage site of UNESCO. Winter skiing and mountaineering activities in summer are favorite tourist options here. Tara Canyon has dangerous rapids, steep banks, abysses and narrow passes for a wonderful rafting experience and real adventure.
Bojana, the river island is mostly a barrier isle; located at the end of beach at Ulcinj. The Bokana River flows down to the sea at this site. Well preserved Biogradska gora has wonderful rivers of Biogradaska and Jezerstice. Bay of Kotor, Budva, Herceg Novi are story tale towns surrounded by the giant mountains across the Bay of Boka Kotorska and the Mediterranean. This place is well praised in songs and rich historical background with multicultural civilization of medieval times.
Primeveal National park with Pine forests and scenic Lake of Biogradska located amongst deep canyons make this place very adventurous and dramatic at the same time. Scadar Lake is famed for bird watching; every nature lover should visit the Zetsko-Skadarska Valley. About 270 wildlife species are found here including some rare and endangered ones.
Go shopping for clothing, jewellery, art work or some household materials as you travel the Herceg Novi’s market. Podgorica offers more centers and range of clothing for shopping.
Regions bring a variety of cooking skills and cuisines in the land of Montenegro. Lamb, fish, ham and some fresh cheese form part of appetizing regional delicacies. Restaurants, bars and cafés are available to provide you good food while you travel Montenegro.