Discover the country

Montenegro is a small country, young in its independence, but centuries old in its history.
Montenegro offers a glorious coastline with a backdrop of mountains and 5 national parks. It has the second deepest canyon of the world and has many historic towns and monuments.
With our experience, this beautiful destination will unfold for you the secrets of its highlands through real life adventures and stimulating activities during winter and summer, in a way that best suits your preferences.

Northern Mountain Area

Kolasin & Zabljak
Montenegro, the Black Mountain, owes its name to over 60% of its area being covered in mountains and thick forests, which have an undeniably wonderful and unique character. It has over 150 peaks with more than 2000m altitude, 3 national parks (Biogradska Gora, Durmitor, Prokletije), rapid rivers, and glacial lakes. This area offers amazing locations for an active and energetic vacation with a wide range of activities such as wild water rafting, canyoning, mountaineering, jeep safaris, snow mobile adventures, igloo building etc

Central Region

Capital Podgorica
The former Royal capital Cetinje, National park Lovcen, the huge Skadar Lake or the capital Podgorica, the area offers extraordinary possibilities when it comes to leisure and indulgence or to a productive team building especially through hiking and biking, birdwatching, ATV adventures, wine tastings, lake sailing and cultural tours.

The Bay of Kotor

Kotor & Tivat
The beautiful Bay of Kotor is often called Europe’s most southern fjord. Technically it is not a fjord, but with mountain peaks surrounding a rocky coastline dotted with pretty waterside towns, it sure does look like one. The well preserved medieval city of Kotor is surrounded by splendid city walls and fascinating mountains and has been listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
The bay is ideal for the following activities: sailing out of luxury marinas, speedboat and Jet Ski adventures, sea kayaking, golf, bay cruising and James Bond themed team building programs.

Coastal Region

The coastal region is well-known by Budva, a modern tourist retreat, the island of Sveti Stefan, a celebrity heaven, Bar, the main harbor city, and Ulcinj with its Ottoman influences.
The secluded coves and inlets, the long sandy beaches with a clear blue sea, the vivid nightlife and the luxurious resorts welcome you to discover the Mediterranean through luxury, adventure, fun and a gastronomic voyage of aromas and tastes of the different cultures.
The coastal area offers a blend of sea activities with sailing, watersports, big game fishing, wave karting and parties at luxurious beach clubs.