This excursion will take you on a boat cruise. The bus will take you to Tivat port Pine where the cruise starts at 10 am. We will sail along Lustica peninsula, past the islands of Sveti Marko and Prevlaka (the Island of Flowers). After reaching the entrance to the Gulf of Kotor, the boat makes a 90 minute stop at Žanjice beach (the free time can be used for swimming, for refreshment at some of several beach bars or to take a small boat that will take you for a swim in the Blue Grotto.
The cruise will continue past the island of Mamula, along the opposite shore of Boka Bay, in the direction of Herceg Novi, Zelenika, Kumbor, Bijela, and Perast to reach the island of Our Lady of the Rock (Gospa od Škrpjela).
After the stop at the island, the cruise continues to the medieval walled town of Kotor, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Rafting on the river Tara & Jeep Safari
The excursion starts in Žabljak with a short drive to the ski centre Štuoc, past the highest villages in Montenegro inhabited all year round , Bosača and Mala Crna Gora, from where there is a fine view of the Black Lake (Crno jezero), the most beautiful of the glacial lakes in Durmitor National Park. We will reach the height of 2000m in our vehicles, and then we will drive along the Sušica canyon. This canyon divides Piva Mountain and Durmitor. Then we continue to Nedajno village and across Crkvičko polje to arrive at Brštanovica. Brštanovica Camp is the starting point of our rafting trip which ends at Šćepan Polje, 18 km down the River Tara, where the Tara and the Piva create the Drina. There we will take a lunch break at Sastavci restaurant serving traditional Montenegrin dishes. We will also take several breaks for swimming and sunbathing on Tara beaches.
Jeep touring will take us across the 220m high Pivsko Lake dam, one of the highest in Europe. Then we will drive up to Piva Mountain and across the village of Trsa along the foothill of the Durmitor Massif. The tour ends in Žabljak.
The excursion will take you to Shkodra, the largest town in northern Albania, the town boasting the largest church in the Balkan peninsula, a survivor of Enver Hoxha’s harsh times, where Orthodox and Catholic churches stand side by side with mosques to make beautiful landmarks of this town with a fascinating history.
The excursion includes a visit to the Orthodox church in Shkodra.
Dubrovnik Old Town
Dubrovnik is one of the most beautiful cities of the Mediterranean. With its outstanding natural beauty and rich history, the city is fascinating in every season. Take a guided walking tour led by a qualified town guide or enjoy a self-guided walk through Dubrovnik Old Town.
The transfer to Dubrovnik will take you to the heart of the Bay of Kotor, across the Verige Straits. The fifteen minute ferry crossing between the ports of Lepetane and Kamenari will be followed by the landscapes of the Herceg Novi Riviera (Bijela, Baošići, Đenovići, Kumbor, Meljine, Zelenika, Herceg Novi and Igalo). From there it is a short drive to the border crossing at Debeli Brijeg. From the border it is a 45-minute drive to Dubrovnik Old Town. Just before Dubrovnik we will stop to enjoy the view from above the town.