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Walking Holidays in Montenegro

Walking Holidays in Montenegro

Montenegro Walking Holidays

Walking in Bosnia & Herzegovina

Trekking in Sutjeska N.P
9 Days from CAD 3,345

Guided Group (Incl. Taxes)

Explore the natural beauty and intriguing history of Bosnia

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Highlights of Southern Montenegro Walk

Walking Holidays in Montenegro

Discover the diversity of Montenegro's culture and landscapes, from its ancient monasteries and UNESCO recognised towns, to its spectacular coastline.

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Highlights of Montenegro Walk

Walking Holidays in Montenegro

Discover spectacular mountains, the world's second deepest canyon and waterside Venetian towns.

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Top 5 Places to Visit on Montenegro Walking Holidays

Kotor: Wrapped inside medieval walls, Kotor is a UNESCO-listed Natural and Culturo-Historical Region made up of Romanesque churches, Venetian palaces and trendy piazzas where the locals hang out. The meandering cobblestone streets lead you between magnificent architecture and ancient monuments that tell intriguing tales of the city’s past. The Bay of Kotor is breathtakingly beautiful with its mountainous backdrop, coastal views and centuries-old villages that lure you in with their medieval charm.

Durmitor National Park: Carved out by the unstoppable forces of nature, Durmitor National Park is a paradise for nature lovers. Go in search of Montenegro’s abundance of wildlife, from eagles and brown bears to wild cats and chamois, as you adventure deep into the black pine forests. Over millennia, the park has been created by glaciers and a highlight of any trip here is swimming in the famous black lake, Crno Jezero. Lying beneath the gaze of the Medjed Peak are meandering rivers, glossy lakes and the unmissable Tara River Canyon. This is the deepest canyon in Europe and one of the most spectacular in the world. You’ll have the chance to walk up to the canyon to take in the panoramas that stretch out across the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.

Lovcen National Park: Boasting more than 6,000 hectares of unspoilt landscapes made up of mountains and coast, Lovcen National Park is home to a staggering number of plant, bird and butterfly species. But it’s Lovcen’s rich historical and cultural heritage that make the park stand out above the rest. Standing side by side with nature are interesting museums, architecture and monuments such as the Cetinje Monastery, the Biljarda Palace and the Old Royal Capital of Cetinje, which teeters on the mountain slopes. Learn about Bishop Petar II Petrovic-Njegos and the influence he had on modern-day Montenegro when you walk up to his mausoleum and his birthplace at Njegusi.

Vrmac Mountain: Making up part of the Lovcen Mountain and peninsula, Vrmac Mountain is an iconic peak with unparalleled views of Boka Bay, Kotor and the Tivat Archipelago. Vrmac is drenched in history and along your walk you might come across ancient archaeological remains. The main route along the mountain ridge takes you through dense forests where wildlife and nature are rife, and ancient settlements where you can immerse yourself in local traditions and history.

Lake Skadar: Found on the border of Montenegro and Albania, Lake Skadar is the largest lake on the Balkan Peninsula and is partially protected by the national park. It is known for its diverse and abundant bird life that occupies the water and mountains and is surrounded by vineyards and orchards. As well as being an important wildlife reserve, Lake Skadar is steeped in legend which says that the lake was formed from the tears of a pixie. With its magical, fairytale setting, you could almost believe it’s true.