Montenegro active vacation
Tailor make a ten day activity vacation in the mountains of Montenegro. Stay in wooden mountain huts and enjoy optional and included activities such as high altitude hiking, fly fishing and white water rafting.
Podgorica Mrtvice Canyon Komovi mountain hut (1600m) Grebaje Valley Accursed Mountains Prokletije National Park Durmitor National Park Šurdevica Tara Bridge Nevidio Canyon White water rafting on the Tara River Optional: fly fishing in Plav and hike to summit of Crna Glava (2139m)
€726To€1100 excluding flights
Price from (based on 8 pax) Price to (based on 2 pax) Price per person in double rooms | Options price on request | Single supplement I Departures: June 1 - October 1
Description of Montenegro active vacation
This trip can be tailor made throughout the year to suit your requirements
We can cater for vegetarian and vegan diets.
1 Reviews of Montenegro active vacation
5 out of 5 stars
Reviewed on 01 Sep 2023 by Rachel Wrangham
1. What was the most memorable or exciting part of your vacation?
We loved every part.
2. What tips would you give other travelers booking this vacation?
Book it! Be aware this is relatively adventurous travel, so it’s not relaxing exactly, but SO stimulating and utterly beautiful.
3. Did you feel that your vacation benefited local people, reduced environmental impacts or supported conservation?
Yes. I wish there was more recycling in Montenegro, but overall this was a lower impact higher benefit vacation
4. Finally, how would you rate your vacation overall?
We loved it and could not recommend the tour operator too highly to others. It was SUCH a great vacation, in every way.
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.
PlanetAccommodation providers are given support and advice from our staff on all aspects of providing excellent facilities and services in line with the principals of sustainability. All service providers are encouraged to promote the “Reduce, Recycle, Re-use” principals of waste management (through our Zero Waste NGO work). Also, all the accommodations we work with are locally owned, almost only small-scale accommodations owned by families.
We have created a Sustainable Tourism Guide especially for Montenegro that we send to all our guests before departure, encouraging them to take with them reusable bottles and bags as recycling rate in Montenegro is very low. We also give them concrete advise how to behave respectfully while in the nature and also to join us in educating locals on sustainable practices.
We do employ only local guides (specific to the regions you visit) and we give our employees excellent working conditions and fair wages, as well as empower them with in-house and external training opportunities (please feel free to ask them yourself how satisfied they are with working for our company!) :-)
We create encounters between the guests and the local community. We have selected great families and persons for our guests to meet. The authentic warm way of welcoming guests in Montenegro is always what people remember the most when they leave the country after a trip with us.
Skadar Lake is a National Park so by paying entrance fees (included) guests enhance the further development of environmental projects which is of our great interest as well.
Transfers are provided by recognized service providers licensed by the government of Montenegro. All vehicles are eco-rated and chosen for their respective high compliance. This itinerary was designed to minimize excessive vehicle travel and to promote interaction with the natural environment. Guests are given options to reduce their carbon footprint on the tour and educated on the principals of responsible travel.
PeopleBy traveling with us you will ensure ongoing economic benefits, alternative employment and income opportunities for local people and businesses.
As this itinerary includes travel through countryside of the country it provides an excellent opportunity for unique interactions between visitors and the local people. Your hosts family are for centuries living in the area, and the passion for the area is being passed from generation to generation. Visitors support the local people by both being a guest and through the purchase of local produce.
Visitors contribute to the education of local people and stakeholders by providing a cultural exchange between guests and hosts. It can foster understanding between people, this increases the chances for people to develop mutual sympathy, tolerance and understanding and to reduce prejudices and promote the sense of global brotherhood which we strongly enhance.
Tourism also helps to raise local awareness concerning the financial value of natural and cultural sites. It can stimulate a feeling of pride in local and national heritage and interest in its conservation.