Multisport Adventure Montenegro

Adventure Tour
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    At 3e Travel, we love introducing guests to our patch – the western Balkans, one of the most fascinating but little-visited regions of Europe. We believe the best tours combine active exploration of its natural wonders and wild landscapes, with getting to know the people and culture of this part of the world.

    We work with more than 200 local partners, all with in-depth knowledge and expertise, and can tailor each tour to you. Explore, experience and enjoy, on a holiday that takes you to the heart of the Western Balkans.

     
    • 8 days
    • Self-Guided Tour
    • Montenegro

    Explore the beauty of Montenegro’s National Parks in multiple ways. Mediterranean atmosphere, deep canyons, rugged mountains, a big lake and snowy peaks are the ingredients for this diverse adventure trip. Montenegro’s mountains are right at the doorstep of the Adriatic Sea. Experience pristine mountain culture combined with relaxed Southern European life style.

    Travel Style

    Self-guided or guided on request

    Duration

    8 days/7nights

    Highlights

    • Scenic hikes in National parks Biogradska Gora, Lovćen and Durmitor
    • Rafting on river Tara – the 2nd deepest Canyon in the world or Europe’s deepest
    • Overnight stay at a shepards place
    • Sea kayaking on Lake Skadar
    • Stand-up paddeling/sea kayaking in the Bay of Kotor
    • Cycling the Ladder of Kotor in Lovcen National park
    • Local dishes of Montenegro´s cuisine
    • Wine tasting
    • Spectacular train ride across Europe’s highest train bridge

    Price Includes

    • 7 nights accommodation in double/twin room
    • 7 breakfasts
    • Luggage transfers
    • Orientation meeting (self-guided)
    • GPX-Tracks for walks
    • Maps and roadbook
    • Local mobile phone, service line 24/7
    • Transfers according to the itinerary, incl. trainride
    • Activities: walks, cycling, seakayaking in Lake Skadar Nationalpark
    • Entrance fee National parks Durmitor, Lake Skadar, Biogradska Gora

    Price Excludes

    • Single room supplement
    • Solo traveler supplement
    • Entrance fees to sights
    • Rafting, zip-lines, adventure park, horse riding, canyoning
    • Riding gear
    • Arrival/departure transfers
    • Lunches and dinner
    • Drinks
    Itinerary

    Day 1Arrival - Transfer to Lake Skadar National Park

    Arrival at the airport Podgorica/Tivat/Dubrovnik. Optional transfer from airport to your accommodation place at Lake Skadar, the biggest lake of the Western Balkans and an important bird sanctuary. Meet with a representative a brief orientation meeting. For dinner and first taste of Montenegrin food we recommend to try specialities from Lake Skadar region.

    Day 2Explore the biggest Lake of the Balkan peninsula by sea kayak

    After breakfast you start your first adventure – sea kayaking. After a short safety introduction and how to handle to sit-upon kayak we start to explore the lake and its wildlife. You pass narrow channels through carpets of lilypads. Romantic villages are nestled on the shoreline. Have a break on a small beach before you head towards the settlement. Continue to Podgorica, Montenegro’s lively capital. You are accommodated in the historical center. Join locals in their daily going out routine. Kayaking: 2-4 hours.

    Day 3Train ride – Hiking the pastures of Biogradska Gora National Park

    Early morning call for a train ride on one of the most spectacular train lines in Europe from Podgorica to Kolasin. Upon arrival are transferred to the starting point of our today’ s walk above the National Park Biogradska Gora. After lunch we walk a ridge with stunning panorama views to the mountain ranges around. We arrive at a typical mountain pasture. Today we experience the simple and tranquil life style of Montenegrin families. Overnight in small 2-bed wooden cabins, shared toilet and showers. Simple but clean.

    Day 4Discover Canyon Tara – Rafting the river Tara

    Optional: After a hearty breakfast you follow a steep trail downhill across an ancient forest to the lake Biogradska Gora. There you are picked up and transferred across Tara Canyon, the deepest in Europe (1300m) to the starting point of your rafting trip on river Tara. In the afternoon you head to National Park Durmitor. Optional: If you do not wish to join the rafting tour, you join a journey to visit the summit of Curevac which is arguably the best viewpoint to fully appreciate the beauty and scale of the Tara Canyon.

    Day 5Hiking in Durmitor National Park or optional canyoning

    After breakfast you embark on a stunning walk to the summit of Crvena Greda (Walking option A) one of the best viewpoints in Durmitor. With every step the views become evermore impressive. Not only are you rewarded with a rest and time to have your picnic lunch, you are now directly opposite snowy topped peaks, including Bobotov Kuk, the highest 2,523m/8,277ft in the park, and views back down across the park to Zabljak in the distance. Hiking: 15km miles, 700m ascent/descent, 5-6 hrs Walking option B: If you wish to have a relaxed a tour around Snake Lake and Black Lake this is your choice. Easy almost flat walking in beautiful nature. There are some nice little bays along your trail for a swim in the Black Lake. You will definitely refresh you spirits. (8km, 2-3 hrs, +200m/-200m)

    Optional: Canyoning the Nevidio Canyon Canyon Nevidio is in the south of Nationalpark Durmitor. The entrance of the canyon is surrounded by one of the most beautiful in the Durmitor area, two glacial lakes and a waterfall. Return to your overnight place in Zabljak, Durmitor Nationalpark. The Canyoning is grade 2-3 and takes up 6 hrs depending on the fitness and number of participants.

    Day 6From the peaks of National Park Durmitor to the Bay of Kotor, sea kayaking to the church island

    A scenic farewell drive on the famous Durmitor ring takes us to the valley of Piva lake, another impressive canyon. Here you can have ride with the longest Zip-line of Montenegro crossing lake Piva – Wooh! Next you have a more quiet stop at the monastery of Piva, which was moved up 300 m due to the construction of a power plant in the 60ties. We stop in Perast, the baroque captain’s town in the Bay of Kotor for a first dip in the Adriatic Sea. Explore Perast and the famous island “Our lady of the Rock during sunset to the Rock by seakayak (optional). In the evening you are transferred (20min) to Kotor.

    Day 7 Budva, Sv. Stefan, old royal capital and cycle the epic downhill of the Ladder of Kotor

    While this trip will visit the old town of Budva and you have the chance to take a picture of Sveti Stefan, the former fishermen village and nowadays top end hotel – but still one of the iconic landscape features of Montenegro. Before your start cycling downhill, learn more about the turbulent past of the 19th century kingdom of Montenegro in Cetinje, the royal capital of Montenegro back in those times. Follow a serpentine road from 1350 m above the sea right to the walls of Kotor – each bending offers a new stunning view into the bay.

    Day 8Farewell

    Following breakfast, your adventure trip in Montenegro concludes. Transfer from your accommodation to the international airport at Podgorica, Tivat or Dubrovnik for return flights home. We recommend an extension to discover southern Montenegro’s coast.

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