This fast speedboat tour from Kotor to our Lady of the Rocks (Gospa od Skrpjela) takes just 90 minutes, and offers plenty of time to explore this iconic site. Our Lady of the Rocks is an artificial island off the coast of Perast. According to legend, the island was made over the centuries by local seamen who kept an ancient oath after finding the icon of Madonna and Child on the rock in the sea. Upon returning from each successful voyage, they laid a rock in the bay. Over time, the island gradually emerged from the sea. The Roman Catholic church of our Lady of the Rocks is the largest building on the island and has a museum attached.
Ready for adventure in Montenegro for the whole family. If you enjoy off the beaten path trails and things to see in mountains, you found a perfect holiday for you and your family. Deep into the mountains, children will adore the adrenaline rush during rafting on river rapids, great sights on jeep safari tour, family bounding on a farm, and cooking lessons full of joyful experience. There will be some hiking for the parents, and plenty of sights for the great landscape photos.
Descend from Njegusi village to the old town of Kotor. Walk along old military and trade trails and enjoy magnificent views at Bay of Kotor. Finish walking on a stairway ending directly in the hurt of Old town of Kotor.
Small group guided cycling tour with stunning views at Bay of Kotor. In this cycling panoramic tour you follow the old Austrian road once connecting Cetinje (Old Royal Capital), village Njeguši and Kotor.
This walking city tour of the Old Town of Kotor gives you a great introduction to this UNESCO World Heritage Site. If you are staying in Kotor for couple of hours only, it is providing a wealth of information in a short period of time. If you are staying several days in Kotor, Perast, Tivat, Herceg Novi or other places around the Boka Bay, it is a good starting point in your exploration of the region. Explore Kotor city with local guides and learn about its history, architecture, culture and cuisine.
This 5-hour Blue Cave kayak and snorkeling adventure takes you to one of Montenegro's must see coastal spots, locally known as Plava špilja (The Blue Cave). This is a great place for swimming, snorkeling and underwater photography, this geological attraction can only be accessed by boat or by kayak. Also, we visit a number of secondary nearby caves that can only be accessed by kayak.
Skadar Lake is a wild wonder waiting to be explored. Indescribable and in many ways unique, with the size of 391 km2, it is the largest lake on the Balkan Peninsula and it is a crypt o depression, which means that in some parts the bottom of the lake is below sea level. Due to its geographic position and sub Mediterranean climate, it is one of the most important habitats of swamp birds in Europe, right after the river Danube delta. There are around 280 bird species on the lake, including the rare curly pelican, which become a trademark of the National Park. Territory of the lake is a witness to indescribable beauty with its overgrown coast, bays, capes and islands where numerous monasteries, churches and holy monuments are situated.
Whether you are new to the sport or an experienced rider, wakeboarding or waterskiing the Bay of Tivat is classic. The Bay of Tivat is awesome background for wakeboard and waterski freeride sessions. Shred between islands, past churches and alongside monasteries and super yachts. For children, a inflatable towable is available.
See the Kotor Rivera from two dynamic perspectives, by paddle board and by bicycle. This four-hour multisport adventure is perfect blend of sport and tourism, offering an active exploration of Kotor Bay and the towns of Kotor, Dobrata, Muo, Prcanj and Stoliv. First, you'll get an orientation of the places to visit, and then a SUP lesson if needed. Your approximately 75 minute SUP tour to Prcanj will take you to your bikes, which you can use to explore the entire area, finishing up back at the art center in Kotor. A guide will give you suggestions for where to go and what to see with your bikes.
This is a mini Montenegro tour where you will see old city of Budva, Sveti Stefan, Cetinje, Njegusi. The duration of this excursion is 5-6 hours and you will be transported in vehicle for up to 4 passengers.
This is a full-day boat trip on the Adriatic to Queens Beach, which is located north of the Čanj resort, Sveti Stefan, Budva and Stari Ulcinj. You can enjoy swimming and snorkeling at several places. The fridge of the yacht is filled with beverages, and small snacks are also available on board. With the underwater camera, you can capture the best moments over and under water.
A private 2.5 hour speedboat charter offers fast, flexible trips around Boka Kotorskaya including visits to Perast, Lady of the Rocks, Porto Montenegro and all points around the Bay of Kotor. By agreement, visit Mamula Island, The Blue Cave, Budva, Sveti Stefan and Herceg Novi. This fast, stable and sun-protected twin engined boat cruises comfortably at 20 knots with 12 people aboard. Snorkeling gear is available on board for up to 10 persons. Travel fast and in comfort to anywhere along the Montenegrin coast.
Perfect holiday in Montenegro for small group of nature lovers. In this great tour explore Montenegrin National Parks, learn more about its hidden gems and on the way enjoy in really authentic domestic food and beverages. Ancient forest of Biogradska Gora, glacial lakes in Durmitor heights, small canals in Skadar Lake, gorgeous Mausoleum on Lovcen – in this unique package. And there is more - UNESCO’s world heritage of Boka Bay, secrets of honey making in Old Royal Capital, wine tasting in famous wine region with some really great fish dishes from the lake area. All in one offer for your unforgettable holiday.
Try best Montenegrin wines in an exclusive winery and admire the miracle, built in the mountain cliff side. The internationally awarded winery will be your host for the day. Try some red, white or “grappa” with lovely snack. Red wine and religion often went side by side, so we won’t separate them during this tour, as the Ostrog Monastery awaits.
Discover the cultural and natural delights of Montenegro on a 2.5-hour sightseeing cruise from Kotor. After selecting a departure time to suit your schedule, climb aboard a comfortable boat and head to the beautiful Our Lady of the Rocks, a tiny island home to an ancient church and an interesting museum. After some relaxed free time exploring the islet, sail to the historical town of Perst to explore its charming Old Town and interesting Maritime Museum before returning to Kotor.
Tara rafting is a synonym for an usual adventure. Rafting on Tara river is a combination of adventure and sport in an active vacation.With only one rafting trip trough Tara canyon and its 'foamy and boiling rapids', your blood will boil and with all the adrenalin, you can feel alive and awake that forgotten and deep buried spirit of adventure that we all carry within us.
Private one-way transfer from Montenegro's Tivat airport to Perast, Kotor, Zabljak, Kolashin, Budva, St. Stefan, Petrovac, Bar, Ulcinj and other towns of Montenegro. Service is available 24 hours, 7 days a week.
Private one-way transfer to Dubrovnik Airport, Croatia, from Herceg-Novi, Perast, Kotor, Tivat, Budva, Rafailovici, St. Stefan, Petrovac, Bar, Ulcinj and other towns of Montenegro. Service is available 24 hours, 7 days a week.
Discover the blue side of Montenegro with this guided scuba diving trip near Queens Beach, a strip of beach only accessible by boat. Enjoy the scenery, snack on food and sip drinks from the onboard minibar and then take the plunge into the Adriatic Sea, scuba diving gear and underwater camera included.