MONASTERY OSTROG, ZDREBAONIK, DAJBABE Discover why Monastery Ostrog seems so unreal, as if it is not a work of human hands. After Christ’s grave, and Mount Athos, the monastery Ostrog is the third most visited sanctuary in the Christian world.
2. MONTENEGRO TOUR
Who hasn’t been in Cetinje, hasn’t been in Montenegro, that’s what Montenegrins say. Get to know the town museum – Cetinje, and the unique beauty of the panorama. Don’t forget your camera! Take a photo of the southernmost, unique fjord of Europe, Bokakotor bay, discover the rich history, culture and architecture of the ancient town of Kotor.
3. RAFTING ON THE MOUNTAIN RIVER TARA
The most beautiful way to test your adventurous spirit – experience unforgettable moments and enjoy the waterfalls of the deepest canyon in Europe, the Tara River canyon, with untouched beaches and nature in the last European rainforest . After rafting, taste the domestic food in the ethno village.
4. CANYONS – CONTRASTS OF MONTENEGRO
Montenegro is a country of contrasts! In less then three hours from the coast, across the largest lake of Balkan, Skadar Lake, through the deep canyons of Moraca,Tara, you get to the northern mountain massives of Bjelasica, Sinjajevina and Durmitor. You’ll enjoy the National park “Durmitor” walking along Black Lake.
5. CRUISING BAY OF KOTOR
Unavoidable tour – it begins with a panoramic bus ride to Kotor or Budva, then with a boat around the Bay of Kotor. After the boating we are going to visit the Old town of Kotor, which is added to the list of the World Heritage , registered and protected by the UNESCO-a.
6. CRUISING SKADAR LAKE
Visit Skadar Lake! National cuisine. Contact with wild nature on Skadar Lake, the residence of rich flora and fauna, which was listed in the world list of swamps of International meanings in 1996 by the Ramsar Convention. On the islands of Skadar Lake the dynasty of Balsici, during there governance in Zeta, raised orthodox monasteries – Starcevo, Beska and Moracnik.
The former Republic of the ancient city of Dubrovnik is one of the most beautiful towns on the Adriatic Sea. In Dubrovnik tourists come intentionally from all over the world to see the rich cultural heritage, beautiful architecture, monuments, castles, city walls and many narrow and steep stone streets .The walls of Dubrovnik were declared as the world’s second most beautiful promenade, chosen by British “Sunday Times”.