Montenegro self drive vacation
Self-drive through the national parks and past the rivers and lakes of Montenegro on a round-trip from Croatia's coastal city of Dubrovnik.
Biogradsko Gora National Park Lake Skadar National Park Lake Plav Dubrovnik Bay of Kotor Durmitor National Park Budva Tara Canyon Zabljak Sveti Stefan Lovcen National Park
£895To£1195 excluding flights
Vacation Includes: Private departure airport transfer, 14 nts BB at a choice of small hotels, 12 days car hire, fully detailed itinerary with driving directions and sightseeing ideas, all taxes, 24hr representative services. Min: 2 persons
Description of Montenegro self drive vacation
This trip can be tailor made throughout the year to suit your requirements
7 Reviews of Montenegro self drive vacation
5 out of 5 stars
Reviewed on 30 Sep 2023 by Ian LyallSo beautiful and lovely hotel. Closely followed by eco hotel in cermeniza. Such a wonder host and superb food and wine. Read full review
Reviewed on 03 Jul 2023 by Carolyn BrownA really interesting, varied vacation Read full review
Reviewed on 17 Sep 2022 by Tim PooleGreat. Loved the organised independent tour. Its a wonderful and efficient way to see a new country without being herded around. Read full review
Reviewed on 23 Jun 2019 by Wolfgang HolzmannThe scenery was incredible, particularly the mountainous parts such as Biogradska and Zablijak, but also Lake Skadar and Kotor. Read full review
Reviewed on 29 Oct 2018 by Tracy CoultThe zip wire over Tara Canyon was the most memorable part...Brilliant if you want a quiet and relaxing vacation with walking driving and beautiful scenery. Read full review
Reviewed on 24 Sep 2018 by Brad ThorpeExcellent trip Read full review
Reviewed on 17 Jun 2018 by Elaine MargottAll we hoped for and more....Loved that every day was different, a great contrast of locations & hotels, mountain & lakes, bridges & canyons, beaches & restaurants Read full review
As the pioneers of responsible tourism, we've screened this (and every) vacation so that you can travel knowing it will help support the places and people that you visit, and the planet. Read how below.
PlanetWe have chosen to include places to stay where there is greater opportunity for you to interact with the local people, to practice the local language and to minimise your carbon footprint. The small hotels we offer use predominantly local produce in the preparation of meals, reducing the foodmiles and carbon footprint associated with larger hotels.
We have chosen to include places to stay where public transport is readily available so that the car is not used within towns or national parks. By including the opportunity to visit the National Parks on this vacation you choose to contribute to the excellent record of conservation in recent years through the entrance fees.
As a company we employ responsible policies such as recycling paper, ink cartridges, glass and cardboard; we minimise the use of electricity and conducting the vast majority of our correspondence and promotion via the internet and email, minimizing the amount of paper used for our activities. We also compost waste in our company garden.
PeopleAccommodation on this vacation is in primarily, family run, small hotels. The food served in the hotels is sourced locally and a large number of dishes on the menus are home made. We encourage you to employ local guides in places where their expertise and local knowledge will enhance your experience and understanding of the historical context and on the environmental impact of your visit. In Dubrovnik in particular you will see and read about the impact of the war on this UNESCO protected location; the cost of rebuilding and repairing the historic center has been enormous and every contribution made by visitors helps greatly.
As well as supporting the local community and economy directly, our vacations also encourage support indirectly. As this is a self-drive vacation, visitors can access towns and villages which are off the beaten track, thereby supporting smaller local economies outside of Dubrovnik etc. Greater interaction with local people and local tourist service providers leads to greater understanding and respect which, almost always leads to better tourist and local relations.