Za 30 godina poslovanja, postali smo jedna od vodećih agencija u regionu za programe obrazovnog turizma. Ponosimo se činjenicom da smo u ovom delu Evrope, prvi započeli sa realizacijom programa Work & Travel USA.

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9 days / 8 nights

Day 1: Arrive Podgorica, Montenegro

(Total distance for this day 15 KM – total drive only 30 min)

Upon arrival to Podgorica airport you will be met by our representative and transfer to your hotel.

Overnight in Podgorica – Hotel (1 night) (D)

Day 2: Podgorica – River Tara Canyon (UNESCO) – Durmitor – Zabljak

(Total distance for this day 170 KM – total drive only 3 h 30 min)

In the morning we will continue our journey to the north. We will drive through the canyon of river Tara, a unique rival to the Grand Canyon of Colorado. It is part of the National Park of Durmitor and is a UNECSO site. River Tara has its source in the mountains at the northern part of the country and runs 140km before it joins river Piva, forming one of the largest and most rich rivers of the Balkans. For centuries, Tara eroded the soft limestone, forming a spectacular gorge, measuring 82 km long and in some places 1300m deep, making this the second largest gorge in the world. We will make a stop at breathtaking spot of Djurdjevica Tara where many zip-lines are available for the bravest of us. We will end our day by arriving to Žabljak.

Overnight in Zabljak: Hotel (1 night) (B, L, D)

Day 3: Zabljak – Scepan Polje

(Total distance for this day 100 KM – total drive only 2h)

Zabljak is a small village on the top of Durmitor Mountain, which lies at the very center of this vast and wonderful National Park. It is located at 1456 m above sea level, which make it the highest town in the Balkans. It is surrounded by 23 hill tops, the highest of which is 2300m. Within the territory of the National Park there are 17 glacial lakes, known as the “eyes of the mountains “, the most famous being Black Lake. After breakfast we will spend good part of a day by taking a walk through the National Park and around Black Lake. We will also take a cable car to the top of the mount. After lunch we will take a drive to Scepan Polje and settle in our camp. Dinner and overnight will be in Rafting Camp.

Overnight in Camp in Scepan Polje (1 night) (B, L, D)

ZabljakDay 4: Scepan Polje – Rafting – Budva

(Total distance for this day 200 KM – total drive only 4h)

This will be our program for today organized by rafting camp

  • Breakfast will be served till 10:30 am – specialties of domestic kitchen
  • Preparations for rafting / equipping with life jacket, helmets and protecting clothing and footwear
  • 11.30 – After short driving with off-road vehicles or vans to Brstanovica (the starting point of rafting).You will meet skipper and other participants, and get instructions for behavior on the boat
  • Rafts have a capacity for 8 to 10 people and it is important that all participants follow rafting instructions
  • 12.00h – Rafting through the most attractive part of Tara River in the length of 18 km, where plenty of nice excitement – such as cascades (waterfalls) cells and Vjernovica ranked with 5; Borovi, Varda, Cegrlo categorized with 4, and the other 17 categories 2-3).
  • Rafting lasts for about 3.5 to 4 hours with breaks for swimming and relaxation on Kulina, Manita Šipcanickom springs and creek.
  • Arrival around 16:00 h
  • Lunch – domestic specialties (Rafting is convenient for all guests, no previous experience needed).

After lunch we will say goodbye to our new friends and continue our tour. We will drive south to the coast finishing our exciting day in the coastal town of Budva, one of the oldest inhabited places in the area, known since Illyrian times. The town of Budva that we can see now is medieval and is definitely the most attractive tourist place on the
Riviera. Budva has a fortified old part of the town with the typical architecture of narrow streets and stone buildings placed around the main cathedral. This area is now used as a gathering place for tourists, containing many shops and taverns. Budva also has several attractive beaches and hotels.

Overnight in Budva: Hotel (1 night) (B, L)

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Day 5: Budva – Cetinje – Njegusi – Kotor

(Total distance for this day 100 KM – total drive only 2h)

In the morning we will continue our journey to the north. We will take a spectacular, scenic, old road up the mountain gets us to Cetinje, capital of Montenegro during the Njegos era. It doesn’t have a strong fort, like many other important capitals from its time as nature blessed this place with natural stone protections. The town was founded in 1482, when Ivan Crnojevic, the last ruler of the medieval country of Zeta, built here a palace and church. Cetinje remained as the heart and soul of Montenegro up to WW1. We visit the royal palace of King Nikola II, last King of Montenegro which contains both a beautiful small museum as well as the Monastery of St. Petar. Nearby, we will make a stop in the village of Njegusi – a birth place of Petar Petrovic, to treat ourselves with famous smoked ham and local cheese.

In the afternoon, we will get to know Kotor, a town museum, (UNESCO site), was inhabited even at the times of the Illyrians and Romans. However, our morning walk through the city will take us back to medieval times, as most of the monuments we can observe now are from the 14th to 18th centuries. The city is surrounded by strong walls, a renaissance tower stands on the main square, and there are numerous churches and lovely houses still remaining. We will see the Cathedral of St. Tripuna, St. Luka Church, St. Mihail Church, and many more.

Overnight in Kotor: Hotel (1 night) (B, L)

Day 6: Kotor – Boka Bay – Herceg Novi

(Total distance for this day 50 KM – total drive only 1h 30 min)

First, we will enjoy a marvelous drive around beautiful Boka Kotorska Bay, passing by many old fishing villages, churches, monasteries, marinas and beaches.

We will visit Herceg Novi. We will go for a walk through the narrow streets of the medieval town, which was founded by the Bosnian King Tvrdko in 1382. The town played a very important role in the trade and economy of whole area in the 14th and 15th centuries, even after it was given to the Turks at the end of the 15th century. The town was ruled at times by Venice, Austria-Hungary, Russia, and France before it was _nally given to Montenegro in 1918. We will see the city walls, the main western entrance, the Sahat Kula tower, then Kanali Kula, also known as the Bloody Tower, as it was used as a prison during the times of Ottoman rule. We will also see Forte Mare, a citadel from Venetian times, as well as the church of St. Archangel Mihail.

Overnight in Herceg Novi: Hotel (1 night) (B, L)

Day 7: Herceg Novi – Mostar BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA

(Total distance for this day 170 KM – total drive only 3h)

In the morning we will take a drive in land and shortly we will cross the border into Bosnia & Herzegovina. No visit of Bosnia & Herzegovina is complete without a visit to Mostar. We tour Mostar, a picturesque town, more than 5 centuries old and made famous by the old Turkish bridge (UNESCO) that once was the only means uniting the city over the emerald waters of the Neretva River. The bridge always played a central role in lives of its inhabitants. The original bridge was wooden, built at the beginning of the 15th century, and it was a very important link of the two parts of Herzegovina, not only strategically but also in respect of trade linking the sea to the interior. This soon brought the urgent need to replace the old unsafe wooden chain bridge with a new which could meet the growing requirements. The construction of the bridge began in 1557 and continued for nine years making it the masterpiece of Hajrudin, and under the close observation of the Caliph, Suleyman the Magnificent (builder). We stroll through medieval style old bazaar with astounding Ottoman Islamic architecture.

Overnight in Mostar: Hotel (1 night) (B, L, D)

Day 8: Mostar – Sarajevo

(Total distance for this day 150 KM – total drive only 2h 30 min)

After breakfast, our drive north will take us along the river Neretva, through its breath taking canyon, where we will have a lunch in the local restaurant. Upon arrival to Sarajevo, we will enjoy walking tour of the city. This magical town with all its charms takes us instantly back to the Ottoman day as we visit beautiful Ottoman mosques, old quarters and the authentic Turkish “carsija”, with its oriental sweets shops, cafes and traditional Bosnian food. Sarajevo is also a town in which for more than 400 years mosques, orthodox churches, roman-catholic churches and synagogues have been standing together.

Overnight in Sarajevo: Hotel (1 night) (B, L, D)


Our professional English speaking guide will accompany group at all time group is with us – so from arrival to the airport where tour begins till departure at the airport where tour finishes, except when group has free time.

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