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What to expect

Lovcen Mountain

Enjoy stunning views from the top of Lovcen Mountain

Four National Parks

Experience the beauty of Montenegro’s National Parks

Kotor Old Town

Visit Kotor Old Town – a UNESCO protected heritage site

About the trip

It might be one of Europe’s smallest nations, but this little Balkan marvel packs a whole heap of goodness into its borders. Imposing mountains, expansive sea, idyllic villages blessed with breathtaking beauty, a mild Mediterranean climate and sights from centuries ago, Montenegro is a country you will not want to miss!

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What's included?

  • Return flights & transfers
  • Airport taxes & charges
  • Twin/double room for single use
  • Welcome drink
  • Solos Board: Breakfast & dinner daily plus 2 Lunches
  • Inclusions as per itinerary below: Moraca Monastery, Biogradska Gora National Park, Durmitor National Park, Skadar Lake National Park, 2 hour boat trip on Skadar Lake, King Nikola Museum, Lovcen National Park, Njegos Mausoleum, Cathedral of St Tryphon, Boat from Perast to Island of our Lady of the Rocks including entrance
  • Accompanying Solos Tour Leader
  • Fully Financially Protected


  • Arrive in Montenegro
  • Podgorica - Biogradska Gora National Park - Kolasin
  • Bjelasica Mountain
  • Exploring Tara Canyon and Dumitor National Park
  • Lake Skadar National Park
  • Old Royal Montenegro Tour
  • The Jewels of Boka Bay Tour
  • Departure Day


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What you’ll be doing


Arrive in Montenegro

Upon arrival, we transfer to our hotel in Podgorica, stopping en route at a spectacular wine cellar in the vicinity of Podgorica. This old military airport has been transformed into an impressive wine cellar – quite the place to enjoy our welcome drink and food tasting.

We continue onto Podgorica, where we’ll spend our first evening enjoying a walking tour of the capital. Dating back to the Stone Age, its urban history began with the arrival of the Romans in the 2nd Century. Due to the Second World War, some of these buildings and monuments were wiped out, but during our walk of Podgorica, we witness some of the remaining traces of previous centuries and discover how the city was rebuilt.

We will end the day with our first dinner together in Podgorica.

  • Overnight in Podgorica
  • Hotel Ramada Four-star or similar
  • Dinner Included

Podgorica - Biogradska Gora National Park - Kolasin

Today we head to Biogradska Gora National Park, enjoying a photo stop at Moraca Canyon & visit the beautiful Moraca Monastery on the way.

When in Biogradska Gora National Park, we enjoy a walk through the forests and around the picturesque Biogradska Lake. Its calm waters provide a mesmerising reflection. This natural reservation preserves dozens of plant and hundreds of animal species, which can only be found in this place in the entire of Europe. (Due to the area, the terrain for the walk is over rocky ground).

We continue on to Kolasin and have dinner at the hotel.

  • Overnight in Kolasin
  • Hotel Bianca Resort & Spa Four-star or similar
  • Breakfast & Dinner Included

Bjelasica Mountain

This morning, we journey to the mountain top and enjoy a hiking tour on the peaks of Bjelasica Mountain followed by a lunch at Eko Village – a group of small traditional cottages located directly below the peak Troglava with a magnificent view. The walk is around 3.5 to 4 hours.

Later, we return to our hotel in Kolasin where we have some time at leisure. In the evening, we enjoy dinner at a local restaurant.

  • Overnight in Kolasin
  • Hotel Bianca Resort & Spa Four-star or similar
  • Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Included

Exploring Tara Canyon & Dumitor National Park

We transfer to Zabljak town via Tara Canyon and visit Dobrilovina Monastery. Located on the Tara river banks, this is the deepest river canyon in Europe. It has been pillaged, abandoned, destroyed and renovated several times since its founding in 1592. Our next stop is the famous Djurdjevica Tara Bridge which at the time of its completion in 1940 was the biggest vehicular concrete arch bridge in Europe.


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Lake Skadar National Park

Today, we explore Lake Skadar National Park – a blissfully pretty area encompassing steep mountains, island monasteries, clear waters and floating meadows of water lilies. Dolphin-shaped Lake Skadar – the Balkans’ largest – has its tail and two-thirds of its body in Montenegro and its nose in Albania. On the Montenegrin side, an area of 400 sq km has been protected by the national park since 1983. Today, Skadar is renowned as one of Europe’s top bird habitats.


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Old Royal Montenegro Tour

We venture out on a full day tour of Old Royal Montenegro today, visiting Budva Old Town, the Old Royal Capital of Cetinje, Lovcen National Park and Njegusi Village.

Our tour will take us through the narrow alleys and squares of the Budva Old Town where we will learn about its turbulent history. In Cetinje – the former capital of Montenegro, we visit King Nicola’s museum and hear stories about the most famous Montenegrin royal family.


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The Jewels of Boka Bay Tour

We head to Kotor Old Town today – a UNESCO protected heritage site. We visit the Square of the Arms, Clock Tower, Fluor Square, St Tryphon Cathedral, the Bokelian Navy Square, Karampana Well, The St Luke Square, and St Luke and St Nikola’s churches, St Mary of the River and Northern Gate and Skurda River. After the tour, we will have some free time in Kotor.


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Departure Day

After breakfast at the hotel, we will transfer to the  airport for our flight home.

  • Breakfast Included



We stay in comfortable hotels throughout as detailed below (or similar)

  • Hotel Ramada Four-star – Podgorica
  • Hotel Bianca Resort & Spa Four-star – Kolasin
  • Hotel Avala Resort & Villas Four-star – Budva

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Average Temperatures

Month(s) Highest temperature Lowest temperature
October 21 °C 13 °C

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