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Last tours 16 August 2014

Adventure package

The tour with the Marcus family from Israel was super, super fun! The kids and their parents were motivated to have a great holiday and to take the best of Montenegro. Tour was planned to offer many different activities in the mountains – that was not difficult. But it was hard to follow four teenagers, full of energy! . Every day was a story for itself: from hiking in the Durmitor mountains, rafting along the Tara river, rock climbing in Pirlitor area, biking through Bjelasica and a jeep safari in the Prokletije region. Thanks to the Marcus family for this great week!
Mountain biking 25 October 2015

Adagio for two wheels

A mountain bike tour through Montenegro, from east, near the border with Albania, towards west, to the Durmitor National park. Over the wide plateaus of Sinjajevina and Krnovo, through the forests of the Grabovica valley to the Bay of Kotor on the blue Adriatic sea! Contact us for detailed program.
Last tours 12 October 2013

Mountain bike Montenegro tour, 8 days

In mid-July I had the pleasure to join a group of German mountain bikers on their tour through my country. In 7 days we passed 400 km with more than 7000 m. of altitude, riding through and crossing over most beautiful landscapes of northern Montenegro, including a tour from Kolašin to Zabljak over the Sinjajevina mountain plateau. This was the highlight of our trip and simply is a "must do" for all mountaint bikers. This also applies to the single trail from the Sedlo pass down to Grabovica valley, with overnight at mountaineering village "Nevidio" in Posćenje, near Šavnik! We also had some time to relax that was used to raft  down the Tara river and to make a boat trip in the Bay of Kotor. For me this was the first biking group, a experience. I must say it was tough, but it was great, it was fun because of the people in the group! Thank you guys!


Hiking 20 June 2010


This mountain range is characterized by gentle, round peaks and grasslands, while the large and deep forests on its slopes hide several glacial lakes,  of which one - Biogradsko Lake - is the heart of Biogradska Gora National Park. Due to its geological origin Bjelasica is rich in water, which makes this mountain range different from any other Montenegrin mountains. Pešića Lake is situated under the highest peak of Crna glava. Other lakes are Malo & Veliko Šiško Lake and Ursulovacko Lake. Because of its diverse relief and proximity to the town of Kolašin, a small mountain resort, Bjelasica is popular hiking destination. Almost every peak, lake or tour can be reached from different directions, as there are five small towns around the northern part of this mountain massif.

Hiking 15 June 2010


A huge mountain expanse in the heart of Montenegro that stretches almost 50 km between Kolasin and Zabljak. The most interesting tours can be made in the eastern part of the masiff above Lipovo valley with peaks of Bablji zub, Gradiste and Jablanov Vrh.Farher to the west, Sinjajevina is flatter and turns into a plateau at an altitude of about 1600 m., which makes it ideal for mountain biking or long hiking tours. Sinjajevina is also suitable for day tours because of its proximity to the main road that links the south and north. Crossing Sinjajevina in winter time on skis or snowshoes presenst a unique and ultimate experience! Feel that experince with us!
P.S. If you are aproaching to Sinjajevina through Lipovo or Štitarica valley, you MUST taste special type of cheese produced only here - lisnati sir!
Hiking 14 June 2010

Mount Žijevo-Kučke planine

Only 45 km away from the capital city of Podgoric is Mount Žijevo or Kučke mountains. These mountains with diverse mountain reliefs like valleys, steep rocky walls, 14 peaks over 2000 m, also hide two beautiful glacial lakes: Bukumirsko and Rikavačko. The highest peak is Surdup 2184 m. Due to their proximity Podgorica and good accessibility (not always in winter), these mountains are great for a one-day hiking tour from the city. The most popular tours starts from Bukumirsko Lake to the peaks of Surdup, Štitan and Pasjak, from Mokra to the Maglič peak or from Bukumirsko lake to Rikavačko lake with a possible accent on the Vila peak.

Hiking 10 June 2010


Komovi is the third mountain range in Montenegro by altitude. It is situated between the Kučke Planine and Bjelasica. It is well-known by its exceptionally beautiful peaks, more or less accessible in winter and in summer. The highest parts consist of two almost parallel ridges along the three highest peaks of this massif. It is interesting that each of these three peaks is named after one of the tribes that gravitate to these mountains. At the foot of Vasojevićki Kom is the vast plateau of Štavna, known as a starting point for almost all popular hiking tours to Komovi. Vasojevićki Kom is the easiest to reach, while the others tours are longer and more demanding.

Hiking 10 June 2010


Mount Durmitor, a national park under UNESCO protection since 1980, is the most famous mountain massif in Montenegro.When you come and see it, you will find out why. With more than 40 peaks above 2000 m. and  17 lakes, kilometers of mountain trails and numerous steep rocky walls, this mountain range has to offer a lot, from easy hiking tours, over more demanding all-day hiking tours, to adventure rock climbing on the steep walls up to 700 m. high and ski touring trips on yet untouched snow!Durmitor is situated in the northwestern part of the country, above the small town of Žabljak and the Tara river canyon, another natural landmark of Montenegro.  In Žabljak we would accomodate you in one of the finest private apartments or hotels. It is hard to mention all hiking tours. There are numerous possibilities, from a day tour like the ascent to Bobotov kuk, Crvena Greda, Medjed or Bandijerna to multiday tours like the one from Komarnica valley - Dobri do - Trojni Pass to Žabljak. We are ready to guide you on any peak of this beautiful mountain range in summer and winter too, or to tailor a tour by your wishes, physical and techical capabilities.

Hiking 10 June 2010


No doubt the most beautiful mountain massif in Montenegro. Only a small part of it belongs to Montenegro, but the heights and beauties exceed all other mountains. The relatively narrow area in the northeastern part of the country, along the Albanian border, hides many secret paths, more or less demanding trails, non-climbed walls, glacial lakes and rarely visited peaks. The three highest peaks of Montenegro are situated in these mountain. The highest of them is Maja Kolata (2534). Prokletije consist of a few smaller masiffs,hidden in between several valleys. In 2009 the area was proclaimed national park, the fifth one in Montenegro. Come and see why these mountains are also called the Balkan Alps!


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