Travelling Montenegro - Tours and Holiday Packages in Montenegro

Montenegro Tours and Holidays 2017/2018

Although a trip to Montenegro might not be on your travel plan, it does have plenty to offer for the curious traveller! Tourism however, has been picking up, ever since the end of the Yugoslavian Civil War in the 1990’s. Those planning a holiday to Montenegro will be ...

1 Trip in Montenegro with 13 Reviews

  • Experience the cultural variety and rugged natural beauty of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro

Bosnia & Herzegovina and Montenegro have for centuries been at the crossroads of ancient civilisations... ... Read More


Bosnia & Beyond

of 13 reviews
  • Starts/Ends Dubrovnik Airport/Dubrovnik
  • Operator Exodus
  • Tour Type Group Tour
  • Next Departures May 22 Jun 26
From US$ 1,717 11 days
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Montenegro Tour Reviews

4.6 - Excellent Based on 13 customer reviews
Bosnia and beyond Reviewed Tour: Bosnia & Beyond
5 - Excellent
“Wonderful scenery-mountains,high valleys and gorges and also cities-Kotor,Sarajevo,Mostar and Dubrovnic.”
Bosnia and Beyond (AVB:2016-09-13) Reviewed Tour: Bosnia & Beyond
4 - Very Good
“Very good all around experience”
Bosnia and Beyond Reviewed Tour: Bosnia & Beyond
5 - Excellent
“I was impressed by the variety of landscapes and places on this trip: lakes, waterfalls, forests, mountains, canyons and rivers, as well as monasteries, mosques, churches, famous bridges , palaces and fortresses. And all in 11 days without ever feeling rushed!”
Stunning scenery & welcoming countries await. Reviewed Tour: Bosnia & Beyond
5 - Excellent
“This trip exceeded all my expectations. Having done the Balkan Discoverer tour last year I was intrigued what the other Balkan countries had to offer. The scenery was stunning and the choice & quality of food was great. As we were a small group our guide Evelin was able to recommend & take us to lots of different restaurants. Each one was better than the last so we sampled lots of local cuisine. The area is full of interesting history & hardships especially in Sarajevo. The travelling was no hardship, although the times in the trip notes are not accurate as on occasion the roads were very windy. The bus was adequate & the driver very careful. The mix of walking activities & sightseeing with very knowledgeable local guides was just right. The weather was very hot & some of the timings did mean that we were out in the midday sun walking. Lots of opportunity to swim in the sea & a beautiful waterfall (rather a commercial set up) but definitely worth a swim. I cant recommend this trip enough.”
Great way to see stunning Balkan scenery Reviewed Tour: Bosnia & Beyond
5 - Excellent
“It was well thought out, with a comfortable vehicle and good hotels (with the exception of the Hotel Komodor in Dubrovnik) and both the driver, Damir, and the tour leader, Evelin, were excellent. The trip is basically an extended taxi ride through stunning mountain scenery, punctuated by a few short walks, so getting a good view from every seat in the vehicle matters. Having air conditioning that worked well both in the vehicle and in the hotels is also important. Of the four trips I have done with Exodus, this was the one that most exceeded my expectations---indeed it was one of the best organised trips I have done in thirty years of group travel. Full marks to Exodus, local agent Green Visions and tour leader Evelin Balta”
Balkans: Montenegro and Bosnia & Herzegovina Reviewed Tour: Bosnia & Beyond
5 - Excellent
“This was a trip covering a wide range of experiences. Starting in Dubrovnik, the transfer to the very attractive Kotor was in itself a taster to some of the superb scenery we were to encounter later in the tour. Kotor and the old town of Bdva enabled us to sample the Montenegro coast followed by some spectacular drives into the interior. The Durmitor National park provided opportunities for walks for many of us and then further spectacular drives took us into Bosnia & Herzegovina visiting the very interesting cities of Sarajevo and Mostar. Having 3 nights in Sarajevo and 2 nights in Mostar gave us the chance to get to know these cities reasonably well. All of the drives were broken up with interesting places to visit including some wine tasting at the Tvrdos monastery on the return to Dubrovnik.”
Great Balkan Adventure Reviewed Tour: Bosnia & Beyond
4 - Very Good
“Starting from Dubrovnik airport we crossed quickly intoKotor, Montenegro. Having enjoyed the beautiful city of Kotor we then drove to Cetinje through a series of 25 hairpin bends! Spectacular! Durmitor National Park and its gorges was our next highlight. Then came the Zabljak Plateau and finally into Sarajevo. Apart from this great city we saw the remote and semi-nomadic village of Lukomir, a not to be missed experience. We next found ourselves in Mostar another great place. Finally it was back to Dubrovnik!”
I LOVE the Balkans!!!! Reviewed Tour: Bosnia & Beyond
5 - Excellent
“My 8th and, quite simply, THE best Exodus trip I have done (and that's saying something!) We had history, from both the first World War and the more recent conflict in the 1990's. We had culture. We had some hikes through beautiful locations. We had the vibrant cities of Sarajevo (now on my list as one of my favourite's) and Dubrovnik. We had the Eastern feel of Istanbul in Mostar. We visited Churches, Monastery's and a Mosque. We had great food and even better wine and beer from the Balkans!! The prices were really cheap too. Great hotels, especially in Zabljac and Dubrovnik. Weather was in the early 30's and that was May/June. The local people were friendly and most had good English.”
Bosnia & Beyond Reviewed Tour: Bosnia & Beyond
5 - Excellent
“A very good trip, not only do you learn about the beauty of the country side, but also you learn a lot about the history and the last war in 1992-1996. A lot to see in the cities. It is one of those regions where you want to go back to.”

Montenegro - Tour Highlights and Travel Tips

Although a trip to Montenegro might not be on your travel plan, it does have plenty to offer for the curious traveller! Tourism however, has been picking up, ever since the end of the Yugoslavian Civil War in the 1990’s. Those planning a holiday to Montenegro will be relieved to know that the country has a primarily Mediterranean climate. It offers both a variety of beaches and Baltic mountains worth exploring. There are also a variety of interesting historical monuments worth exploring, as well as monasteries and churches. Not to mention, the Bay of Kotor is known as being one of the most exotic bays the world has to offer.

Tour Highlights

  • Reserve a day for visiting the Bay Of Kotor. The town of Kotor is essentially a preservation of Medieval culture. Spend a lazy afternoon meandering through cobblestone streets before viewing the Bay.
  • Spend a night in Budva if your looking to link up with fellow tourists for a night out on the town, you're likely to find success in the coastal town of Budva.
  • Check out Perast if your goal for visiting Montenegro is to experience some stunning architecture. Most of the Venetian style architecture has been protectively preserved since the 17th century.
  • Some of the best water sports can be done in Montenegro – from tackling the rapids while whitewater rafting, snorkeling, stand up paddling and kayaking at Tara River or the Bay of Kotor.
  • For the outdoorsy ones, go hiking in the rolling hills near the coastline or the northern highlands.
  • Don’t forget to try the Balkan fast food especially burek (a filo pastry). The hams and cheeses are specialties of Njeguši.
  • Do take some time out to visit many of the churches and monasteries like St. Luke’s Church in Kotor that has withstood five major earthquakes.

Travel Tips

  • Dress modestly while visiting religious places like churches or monasteries. Cover your knees and shoulders.
  • Montenegro is a safe country, however, be careful as you would in any foreign country.
  • Get the local SIM card if you plant to stay longer in order to be connected.
  • Stick to the main road and do not wander while travelling in areas bordering Kosovo. These areas may contain unexploded land mines.
  • Talk to the locals if you're not sure how to spend the day, chances are a local can point you in exactly the right direction!
  • Try new foods! Montenegro offers a unique and underrated cuisine of its own! Traditional Montenegrin smoked ham and boiled lamb is a must!
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