Experience Montenegro in a way like never before. Enjoy this exciting 8 day trip filled with adrenaline infused activiti[..]
Nestled between Bosnia & Herzegovina, Serbia, Kosovo, Albania, and the Adriatic Sea, Montenegro is fast becoming one of Europe’s worst kept secrets. Travellers from all over the world are starting to shout about the allure of this little Balkan beauty, from the wonderful cuisine to rugged mountains carved out by glaciers, and some of the warmest hospitality on the continent to the picture perfect, golden sand beaches.
Despite its small size, Montenegro packs in a huge amount of natural beauty. Whether in the ruggedly dramatic mountains of Durmitor National Park, the quiet, otherworldy forest and lakes of of Biogradska Gora, or on the sun-soaked beaches of the Budva Riviera, the ideal off the beaten track adventure holiday awaits any traveller with a thirst for the lesser-explored corners of Europe.
All these mountains, rivers and forest make Montenegro ideal for an adventure holiday. Raft in the deepest canyon on the continent, gorge walk up frothing river rapids, kayak on secluded lakes far from civilisation, and hike through some of the most spectacular mountain scenery you’ll find anywhere in the world.
Aside from all this natural beauty and outdoor adrenaline fixes, Montenegro has a culture of warm hospitality and a cuisine to die for. Prepare yourself to be welcomed warmly into homes and fed food that takes it’s inspiration from the best bits of Italian, Greek and central European cooking, on a unique adventure that’ll live long in the memory.
You could make your way across the entire country, ancient walled town, mountains, and beaches in just under 5 hours, so there is you would think there are no real changes in climate as you explore Montenegro. However, in the mountains during the night time it can get very chilly even in the height of summer, so prepare with a few extra layers.
The generally best-agreed time to visit is May, when temperatures are warm and pleasant, but before the high season crowds descend on the stunning little beaches and picturesque towns.