Montenegro: Mountains and Sea
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Itinerary: Mountains and Sea

Day 1:

Arrive Dubrovnik or Tivat; transfer to Lepetane, Bay of Kotor

Day 2:

Kayak instruction in the bay; Paddle to Perast and the church islands; Hike Kotor's city walls

Day 3:

Explore WWII submarine tunnels; Explore Herceg Novi's historic waterfront

Day 4:

3 hour drive north to the mountains; Visit Ostrog Monastery; Dinner around the campfire

Day 5:

White water raft 18 kms of the Tara River Canyon; Dinner around the campfire

Day 6:

Bike Durmitor Park's rim road or hike around Black Lake before returning to Lepetane

Day 7:

Departure flights from Dubrovnik or Tivat

Montenegro: Mountains and Sea

Trip Length

7 days/6 nights, Saturday to Friday

Arrival/Departure Point



4 nights private seaside villa/2 nights riverside log cabins with bathrooms

2014 Tour Price*

7300 Kn/ €955/ US$1290/ £780   *prices are in Croatian Kuna: Euro, US$, & GBP prices are subject to exchange rate fluctuations


6 nights accommodation, meals, transport, equipment, guiding & park fees

Single Supplement

not available 

2015 Departure Dates

 Apr: 25 / May: 23 / Jun: 13 / Jul: 4 / Sep: 19

Reserve This Tour

describe the imageThis tour features two distinct regions. Begin with sea level kayaking in the Bay of Kotor. Massive mountain slopes rise abruptly from the sea. The coastline is dotted with historic villages, including two UNESCO World Heritage sites, the medieval walled city of Kotor and picturesque Perast. Your home base is a restored seaside villa in Lepetane at the bay’s mid-point. From here, paddle to every nook and cranny in the fiord. Explore WWII submarine tunnels in the bay’s cliffs, the postcard perfect small church islands near Perast, waterfalls that spill into the bay near Risan, gaze up at Kotor’s walls and paddle to sea side restaurants serving local wine and the day’s catch.

The transition from Adriatic coastal life to majestic mountains is an adventure in itself. Switchbacked roads and stone tunnels zip you to the mountains. Visit Ostrog Monastery, a gleaming white cave monastery set in a sheer cliff wall. Reach a riverside campground of charming log cabins, gateway to Durmitor National Park. Crisp mountain air and a hearty meal around an open campfire present a wonderful contrast with the Adriatic coast.

Bay of Kotor Montenegro Map

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