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Duration: 15 Days / 14 Nights
Availability : All year
Start: Skopje (other, on request)
End: Belgrade (other, on request)
Min Age : No limit
Max People : 16 (More on request)
Overview

A trip in the Southwest Balkan is a time travel with an unusually large and rich part of the past. During the journey we encounter traces of Greek, Roman and Ottoman empires. We’ll visit parts of the Muslim culture as mosques, and christians Orthodox and Catholic Churches and all the other old buildings. Through conversations, attractions and travel through rural and urban areas, we get an understanding of the enormous diversity of the region and how the region’s history affected the culture and development.

We travel by bus through three countries, and nowhere is the difference so great as here in this area, because it is so clear that you can see and record. In Sarajevo, it is the best example of how all three religions existed side by side for centuries where mosques, churches and synagogues to ” collide ” with the space Ottoman bazaars and architectural splendor of the ancient kingdom of the Austro – Hungarian Empire.

The Western Balkans is also one of the finest in Europe corners. Mostar is one of the most beautiful cities in the Balkan, which was named after the bridge keepers (originally: Mostari) kept the Stari Most (Old Bridge) over Neretva river. We will visit the deepest fjord in Southern Europe, Montenegro, Kotor and Dubrovnik along tremendously beautiful Montenegrin and Croatian coast in the Adriatic Sea. There will be plenty of time for rest, recreation, and entertainment that you get this amazing journey inevitably gives.

Departure & Return Location

Airport Skopje & Airport Belgrade, or by arrangement (Google Map)

Departure Time

According to the itinerary

Price Includes

  • 14 nights in hotels 3* or 4*
  • Transportation between destinations and during all activities according to program
  • Meals & drinks according to program
  • All activities and tours according to program
  • Tour guide, local guides / driver (English speaking, other languages on request)
  • Welcome drink
  • 24H on-call local agency service
  • National Park fees & Insurance
  • Organization Costs

Price Excludes

  • Airline Tickets
  • Additional services
  • Other expenses not included in program

Complementaries

  • Hat or Cap & Sunscreen (warmer months)
  • A small Umbrella or Raincoat (if it rains)
  • Sunglasses
  • Camera
What to Expect

This exciting trip is designed for nature, culture and adventurers lovers. Highlights of our adventure is to experience the amazing lands with rich history and culture from various periods and diferent cultures, such as Greek, Roman, Illyrian and others that left their marks on all these areas.

Also, the famous Skopje is located has been inhabited at least since 4000 years before Christ, Ohrid town has existed since antiquity times, Skanderbeg Square in Tirana, Budva is 2500 years old, one of the oldest and most popular settlements on the Adriatic coast, Kotor is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Dubrovnik is one of the most prominent tourist destinations in the Mediterranean Sea and several other pearls on Balkan tour.

It is definitely a trip to places that should be visited, if you are looking to enjoy nature or activities where everything feels like adventure. You come to experience when you take yourself, your friends or family on your journey with the amazing enjoyment:

  • Visit the fascinating old towns of Dubrovnik and Kotor
  • The Old Bridge in Mostar, built by the Ottomans in the 16th century
  • Sarajevo is sometimes called the "Jerusalem of Europe"
  • Visit the Old town of the Kalemegdan Citadel in Belgrade
  • Shkodër in Albania and Old Bar (Stari grad) in Montenegro
  • Visiting gorgeous ”Church of Our Lady of the Rock” in Perast
  • A lot of churches and most famous are "Holy Naum" in Ohrid
Itinerary

DAY 1SKOPJE - Arrival and welcome meeting

• The first day of the trip is simply the day of arrival without any organized activities. You get time to relax and see some of the sights you might want to add to your trip. Please, check with the hotel reception where and when ”Welcome meeting” will take place, or check the reception notice boards. If you’re going to be late, please inform the hotel reception. If you can’t arrange a flight, transfer to hotel, or vill book additional accommodation for you (subject to availability), we’ll be happy to book this for You.

• The area where Skopje is located has been inhabited at least since 4000 years before Christ. Remains of Neolithic settlements have been found near the old fort Kale in downtown Skopje.
The earliest identifiable people who had lived in the valley where Skopje is located are tribe Triballi. Area was inhabited later by Paeonierna, but in the third century conquered Skopje of Dardarerna and was part of Dardania, later fell under Byzantine rule. The Ottoman Turks captured the city in 1392, after previously during the 1300s have conquered some other parts of the Balkan Peninsula. Dinner and Overnight.

Included Activities:
– Welcome meeting with Trip Leader,
– Free day. No planned activities for the first day but you have the opportunity to explore the town, or choose one of our optional activities planned for the afternoons or evenings. Enjoying crazy nightlife.

Optional Activities:
– Guided sightseeing in Skopje, National Museum & Icon Gallery – MKD 50, Memorial House of Mother Teresa – free

Accommodation:
– Skopje – Macedonien
Accommodation on HB basis (D) in 1/2 rooms in Hotel, Hostel or Guesthouse

DAY 2SKOPJE - City Tour "Bazzar"

• After breakfast, we go on a guided tour of the old town center of the Macedonian capital Skoplje. Our city tour covering several thousand years of history spanning Oriental and Western cultures, ancient and modern architecture and got a insight into how the locals live.

• Skopje has many historical monuments including the Daud Paša Amam, a 15th century bathhouse now converted into the city art gallery, the Kale Fortress dating back to the 6th century. You can also see the Kamen Most (Stone Bridge) over the Vardar River and the Mustafa-pasha’s mosque, the 16th century Clock Tower.

• In the village Nerezi, near town, there is the Church St. Panteleimon which is known for well preserved Byzantine frescoes from the 1100s. Some researchers believe that the frescoes are proof that the Renaissance was born in the church, because the figures are realistic, not static, and shows emotion, something achieved in Italy 150 years later.
Dinner and Overnight.

Included Activities:
– City tour on your own

Optional Activities:
– Tour Vodno & Church of St. Panteleimon, Tour Canyon Matka & Cave Vrelo – World deepest underwater cave, Mother Teresa statue and memorial room, National Museum & Icon Gallery

Accommodation:
– Skopje – Macedonien
Accommodation on HB basis (B, D) in 1/2 rooms in Hotel, Hostel or Guesthouse

DAY 3SKOPJE - OHRID, Visit Mavrovo Lake & City Tour in Ohrid

• After breakfast, it’s time to say goodbye to Skopje, and travel on to the gorgeous town of Ohrid.
We visit a beautiful lake with amazing views, ancient ruins and loads of charm in quiet surroundings in Mavrovo National Park. The area is great for walking in summer and in winter it is a ski resort. There are plenty of hotels, restaurants and resting places around the lake.

• In Ohrid, walk the streets and squares of its compact centre before wander up to the ancient walled fortress that overlooks the day to day life of the city and explore the famous old churches, monasteries and basilicas.
The town has existed since antiquity times, when it name was Lychnidos. Some are saying that it existed even earlier. The Roman trade route to the Egnatia went through Lychnidos. The name Ohrid first mentioned in 879. It has been argued that the Cyrillic alphabet was developed in Ohrid by Sveti Kiril and Metodij. Ohrid was then an important cultural center, and in the year 1000 was Ohrid for a short period the capital of Macedonia’s first Slavic empire under Tsar Samuil. In 1979, the city is listed by UNESCO as a world cultural heritage.

• Ohrid are now a tourist town with its many beautiful beaches and mountains on the horizon, but also for those interested in history. There are cobblestones from the Roman Empire, amphitheatres from antiquity, as well as some of the oldest Byzantine frescoes. In Ohrid there are a lot of churches and most famous are Sveti Naum (Holy Naum) and St. Pantelejmons monastery. Dinner and Overnight.

Included Activities:
– Mavrovo Lake in Mavrovo National Park

Optional Activities:
– St Pantelejmon monastery – free, National Museum – MKD 100, Boat trip around Lake Ohrid – €15 per person (based on 6-8 people), Sveta Bogorodica Bolnicka, originally a hospital church – free of charge, Samoils Fortress – MKD 50, Sveti Nikola Bolnicki – free of charge

Accommodation:
– Ohrid – Macedonien
Accommodation on HB basis (B, D) in 1/2 rooms in Hotel, Hostel or Guesthouse

DAY 4OHRID - Ohrid Lake Tour

• After breakfast, our next visit is Lake Ohrid and the Sveti Naum, a monastery located south of Lake Ohrid. It was built in 900 by St Naum. His grave is inside the monastery. From the monastery, Albania may be seen on the other side of the lake.

• Lake Ohrid is very old and the deepest lakes in Europe. It has so unique and ancient flora and fauna that can be compared only to Lake Victoria in Africa and Lake Baikal in Siberia. In Ohrid you find a variety of trout (Ohridska pastrmka) that does not exist anywhere else in the world. It is cooked in many of the city’s restaurants and is a specialty. The city is also known for its nightlife in the summer, especially for young people. Many of the world’s most famous DJs have been there and some come back every year, such as David Guetta, Roger Sanchez, Axwell, Bob Sinclair, etc. Every summer in Ohrid organized a festival (Ohridsko Leto) with the mass culture of the events. Folk dancers from all over Europe tend to come here, known symphony orchestras and including Jose Carrera have been guests during this festival.
Dinner and Overnight.

Included Activities:
– Ohrid Lake Tour

Optional Activities:
– St Pantelejmon monastery – free, National Museum – MKD 100, Boat trip around Lake Ohrid – €15 per person (based on 6-8 people), Sveta Bogorodica Bolnicka, originally a hospital church – free of charge, Samoils Fortress – MKD 50, Sveti Nikola Bolnicki – free of charge

Accommodation:
– Ohrid – Macedonien
Accommodation on HB basis (B, D) in 1/2 rooms in Hotel, Hostel or Guesthouse

DAY 5OHRID - TIRANA, City tour "Old town" Tiarana

Mirëpritur! Welkome to Albania!
• Breakfast, depart Ohrid and Macedonia. We travel south by bus to Tirana, capital of Albania is inhabited since ancient times. City has transformed from a grey, dismal ex-communist city, isolated by the regime until the 1990s, to a colourful capital buzzing with life.

• Our visit includes some of Tirana’s main attractions. In the “Old town”, which extends east and north of the squares, there are extremely old buildings and architecture. Skanderbeg Square is located in the city center, beside Etehem Bey-Mosque, a Church and the Palace of Culture. Among the attractions are National History Museum and the Communist Party’s house and Shpella e Zezë.

• A short bus ride from the centre city, the Martyr’s Cemetery offers marvellous panoramic views over the city. After a bus ride in Tirana (Optional), our next stop is the intimate Ottoman little town: Krujë. It has fully preserved the architecture of many centuries before. And not just that! It has also preserved the lifestyle of ancient times. You will feel like travelling in time. The town of Krujë is famous also for its bazaar and handcraft shops. You will be able to make a real bargain for souvenirs but for a nice meal as well!
Dinner and Overnight.

Included Activities:
– City tour ”Old town” Tirana

Optional Activities:
– Krujë Tour, National Museum of History – Lek 200, National Art Gallery – Lek 200, Muzeu Onufri (Onufri museum) – Lek 200, Muzeu Etnografik – Lek 200, Sky Bar & Restaurant – €2

Accommodation:
– Tirana – Albanien
Accommodation on HB basis (B, D) in 1/2 rooms in Hotel, Hostel or Guesthouse

DAY 6TIRANA - SHKODER - BUDVA, City Tour Shkoder

• In the morning, after breakfast, we leave Tirana and drive towards Montenegro and Budva. On the way we visit Shkodër in Albania and Old Bar(Stari grad) in Bar, before we get to our accommodation in Budva Riviera.

• The Rozafa Castle in Shkodër, is one of the most famous castles and one of the most beautiful castles in Albania. It conceals a great story and great views of the rivers either side of Shkoder and the lake.

• Stari Bar (meaning Old Bar) is a small town in Montenegro. It is located inland, a few miles from the new city of Bar, resting on Londša hill, at the foot of Mount Rumija. Over the centuries it was taken over by the Venetians, the Serbians, the Hungarians and the Ottoman Empire. We skip this tour if we are delayed of the border crossing

• We drive through the beautiful countryside on the way to the next stop – the island of Sveti Stefan. Peninsula, which is connected to the mainland by a beautiful sandy beach. It was a fishing village in the 1500s, now the attractive resort hotel with important historical monuments and rich cultural heritage. A lot of celebrities have stayed at Sveti Stefan through the years, including Queen Elizabeth, Liz Taylor, Silvester Stalone, ect. On the evening when we arrive to Budva you can take a walk in the Old town. Dinner, Pub crawl in the town and Overnight.

Included Activities:
– Walking tour, Old Town Shkodër

Optional Activities:
– Island of St. Nicholas – 3 €, Old olive tree, Kosmac Fortress, Ballet Dancer Statue

Accommodation:
– Budva – Montenegro
Accommodation on HB basis (B, D) in 1/2 rooms in Hotel, Hostel or Guesthouse

DAY 7BUDVA - Free day or City Budva on your own

• Breakfast. Free day. No planned activities for this day, because you have a lot the opportunity for a full-day trip, excursions or activity to choose from our optional activities.

• Budva is 2500 years old, one of the oldest and most popular settlements on the Adriatic coast of Montenegro, well known for its sandy beaches, historic old town, diverse nightlife, and beautiful examples of Mediterranean architecture.

• Walking tour of the old town. The old town of Budva (Stari Grad) is the oldest urban settlement on the Adriatic Sea and the main tourist center in Montenegro, a Dubrovnik in miniature with small narrow alleys, lovely cafes and cozy restaurants Charming area with fantastic views of St. Nicholas Island, the sea and the mountains around.
Dinner and Overnight.

Included Activities:
– Free day. Walking tour of the old town.

Optional Activities:
– Island of St. Nicholas – 3 €, Skadar Lake – 29 €, Ostrog Monastery – 35 €, Lovcen & Cetinje Tour – 35 €, Canyons with Rafting – 75 €, Old olive tree, Kosmac Fortress, Ballet Dancer Statue

Accommodation:
Budva – Montenegro
Accommodation on HB basis (B, D) in 1/2 rooms in Hotel, Hostel or Guesthouse

DAY 8BUDVA - KOTOR - DUBROVNIK, Vizit Kotor and Perast

• After breakfast we take the Tour Budva with Old town (Stari grad) and leaving Budva for Dubrovnik and Croatia.

• We will visit to the picturesque Kotor, a walled city nestled at the bottom of Europe’s deepest fjord. Stari Grad, (the old town), is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with a tricky labyrinth of cobbled alleys, squares and ancient churches, including St Tryphon’s Cathedral built in 1166. The mountains provide a dramatic backdrop to this beautiful town as they come down steeply, almost to the waterfront. You could spend the day drinking espresso in the shade of the medieval walls watching people go by. You can climb the walls of the ancient fort of Sveti Ivan which spans some 4.5 kilometres above the city on almost vertical cliffs. Your efforts will be rewarded by an excellent view of Kotor and the bay.

• We leave Kotor and run through Perast to take photos of gorgeous ”Church of Our Lady of the Rock”. If time permits we will take a boat tour to church. In the early evening we arrive at our accommodation in Dubrovnik.
Dinner and Overnight.

Included Activities:
– Tour Old town Kotor
– Visit Perast

Optional Activities:
Island of St. Nicholas – 3 €, Canyos with Raftig Tara – 75 €, Skadar Lake – 29 €, Lovcen and Cetinje tour – 29 €

Accommodation:
– Budva – Montenegro
Accommodation on HB basis (B,D) in 1/2 rooms in Hotel, Hostel or Guesthouse

DAY 9DUBROVNIK - Free day or City tour on your own

• Breakfast. No planned activities for this day, because you have a lot the opportunity for a full-day trip, excursions or activity to choose from our optional activities.

• Dubrovnik is one of the most prominent tourist destinations in the Mediterranean Sea. Enjoy the view of Dubrovnik and the sea from the 2 km long city wall that surrounds the old town. Visit the Big Onofrio’s Fountain, a masterpiece built by the famous European architect Onofrio della Cava. This 15-century landmark was built to supply water to the city.

• Be sure to check out the Franciscan monastery with one of the world’s oldest, continuously operating pharmacy, founded in the 13th century.

• Do not miss the Sponza and Rectors Palace – the only two buildings from the Renaissance who survived the devastating earthquake and fire 1667th. Dinner and Overnight.

Included Activities:
– Free day

Optional Activities:
City attractions entrance, Dubrovnik – HRK10.00, Fish picnic cruise, Montenegro Raftig Full-day trip – 120 €, Dubrovnik – HRK200.00, Lokrum boat, Dubrovnik – HRK40.00, Lopud excursion, Dubrovnik – HRK60.00, War Photography Museum, Dubrovnik – HRK30.00, Franciscan Monastery, Dubrovnik – HRK20.00, Rector’s Palace, Dubrovnik – HRK35.00 Half day kayaking – 40 €
Accommodation:
– Dubrovnik – Croatia
Accommodation on HB basis (B, D) in 1/2 rooms in Hotel, Hostel or Guesthouse.

DAY 10DUBROVNIK - Free day or Optional activities

• Breakfast. Free day. No planned activities for this day, because you have a lot the opportunity for a full-day trip, excursions or activity to choose from our optional activities.

• Dubrovnik is one of the most prominent tourist destinations in the Mediterranean Sea. Enjoy the view of Dubrovnik and the sea from the 2 km long city wall that surrounds the old town. Visit the Big Onofrio’s Fountain, a masterpiece built by the famous European architect Onofrio della Cava. This 15-century landmark was built to supply water to the city.

• Be sure to check out the Franciscan monastery with one of the world’s oldest, continuously operating pharmacy, founded in the 13th century.

• Do not miss the Sponza and Rectors Palace – the only two buildings from the Renaissance who survived the devastating earthquake and fire 1667th. No activities planned for the last day and you have the possibility to deviate accommodation anywhere.
Dinner and Overnight.

Included Activities:
– Free day

Optional Activities:
– City attractions entrance, Dubrovnik – HRK10.00, Fish picnic cruise, Montenegro Raftig Full-day trip – 120 €, Dubrovnik – HRK200.00, Lokrum boat, Dubrovnik – HRK40.00, Lopud excursion, Dubrovnik – HRK60.00, War Photography Museum, Dubrovnik – HRK30.00, Franciscan Monastery, Dubrovnik – HRK20.00, Rector’s Palace, Dubrovnik – HRK35.00 Half day kayaking – 40 €

Accommodation:
– Dubrovnik – Croatia
Accommodation on HB basis (B, D) in 1/2 rooms in Hotel, Hostel or Guesthouse

DAY 11DUBROVNIK - MOSTAR - SARAJEVO, City Tour Mostar

• After breakfast, we are leaving Dubrovnik and Croatia and travel to Mostar and Sarajevo in Bosnia & Herzegovina.

• We visit Mostar, in southern Bosnia and Herzegovina, it is the most important city in the Herzegovina region. City is cultural capital, and the center of the Herzegovina-Neretva Canton of the Federation. Mostar is situated on the Neretva River and is the fifth-largest city in the country. Mostar was named after the bridge keepers (mostari) who in the medieval times guarded the Stari Most (Old Bridge) over the Neretva. The Old Bridge, built by the Ottomans in the 16th century, is one of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s most famous landmarks, and is considered one of the most exemplary pieces of Islamic architecture in the Balkans.

• After we visited Mostar our journey continue towards Sarajevo where we come in the early evening. The town Sarajevo, which more than ten years after the end of a devastating war, is slowly asserting itself as one of Europe’s most beautiful destinations. Dinner and Overnight.

Included Activities:
– Tour City and Walk

Optional Activities:
– Walking Tour of the Old City (Bascarsija) – 20 BAM, Orthodox Church Museum – free but donations welcome, History Museum – 1 BAM, Tunnel Museum, the entrance to the tunnel used during the Bosnian War – 30 BAM, Jewish Museum – 2 BAM

Accommodation:
– Sarajevo – Bosnia & Herzegovina
Accommodation on HB basis (B, D) in 1/2 rooms in Hotel, Hostel or Guesthouse

DAY 12SARAJEVO - City Tour " Baščaršija"

• After eating fantastic fresh Bosnian breakfast in the morning, we visit Sarajevo city, also is famous for its traditional cultural and religious diversity, with adherents of Islam, Orthodoxy, Judaism and Catholicism coexisting there for centuries. Due to its long and rich history of religious and cultural variety, Sarajevo is sometimes called the “Jerusalem of Europe” or “Jerusalem of the Balkans”. It was, until late in the 20th century, the only major European city to have a mosque, Catholic church, Orthodox church and synagogue within the same neighborhood.

• Although settlement in the area stretches back to prehistoric times, the modern city arose as an Ottoman stronghold in the 15th century. Sarajevo has attracted international attention several times throughout its history. In 1885, Sarajevo was the first city in Europe and the second city in the world to have a full-time electric tram network running through the city, following San Francisco. In 1914, it was the site of the assassination of the Archduke of Austria that sparked World War I. Seventy years later, it hosted the 1984 Winter Olympics. For nearly four years, from 1992 to 1996, the city suffered the longest siege of a city in the history of modern warfare (1,425 days long) during the Bosnian War.

• Take our guided tour of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s small but vibrant capital, to gain an insight into the history and culture of this enchanting city. Enjoy a simple but delicious meal in Baščaršija (Ottoman old town) where you can find the best ”bosanski cevapi” (grilled minced meat, mixed with some mild spices).
Dinner, Nightlife and Overnight.

Included Activities:
– Walking Tour of the Old City (Bascarsija)

Optional Activities:
– Art Gallery – 5BAM, Ilidza Park and Springs – 15BAM, Jewish Museum – 3BAM, National Museum – 5BAM, Tunnel Museum – BAM5

Accommodation:
– Sarajevo – Bosnia & Herzegovina
Accommodation on HB basis (B, D) in 1/2 rooms in Hotel, Hostel or Guesthouse

DAY 13SARAJEVO - BELGRADE, City Tour "Skadarlija" with dinner

• After breakfast, it’s time to say goodbye to Sarajevo, and travel on to the beautiful town of Belgrade. Travel by bus to Belgrad through countryside and our journey through famous surroundings of mountains, forests and great views (approx 7 hrs). If we have enough time we stop in one of the traditional roadside inns to try local specialty: the lamb made on open fire.

• Known as the White City, Belgrade is one of the oldest cities, and one of the most important prehistoric cultures of Europe, the Vinča culture, evolved within the Belgrade area in the 6th millennium BC. In antiquity.

• It is located at the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers, where the Pannonian Plain meets the Balkans, and is still an important intersection of Eastern and Western Europe, as it has been since ancient times.

• Free time in Belgrade for individual program. In the evening, we will go down to Skadarlija (Bohemian Quarter) where you’ll find inviting restaurants with authentic local food and lively entertainment. Traditional dinner in a restaurant in Skadarlija. Discovery nightlife, Overnight.

Included Activities:
– Walking in the neighborhood of Skadarlija

Optional Activities:
– National Museum – RSD300, Military Museum – RSD150, Ethnographic Museum – RSD150, River Cruise – RSD350, Nikola Tesla Museum – RSD500

Accommodation:
– Belgrade – Serbia
Accommodation on HB basis (B) in 1/2 rooms in Hotel, Hostel or Guesthouse

DAY 14BELGRADE - City tour Belgrade with "Kalemegdan Citadel"

• After breakfast, we visit the Old town of the Kalemegdan Citadel, which was built in stages from the 1st century BC and finally completed in the 18th century. We come to visit the well preserved ruins and can even see graffiti made of bored medieval guardsmen, as well as many museums and galleries. The views over the town from the fortress is fantastic and not to be missed. If time allows, it is definitely worth a visit to the St. Sava church, one of the largest Orthodox churches in the world. The town offers excellent shopping opportunities, from luxury boutiques exclusive to a huge bazaar and a Saturday farmer’s market at Zeleni Venac sells an assortment of seasonal ingredients.

• Belgrade is very well known for its nightlife and is a major draw card for Europeans looking for a party. There are countless nightclubs, bars, and cafés that stay lively into the wee hours of the night, many of which are located on river barges.
Dinner and Overnight.

Included Activities:
– City tour in Belgrade with ”Kalemegdan Citadel”

Optional Activities:
– National Museum – RSD300, Military Museum – RSD150, Ethnographic Museum – RSD150, River Cruise – RSD350, Nikola Tesla Museum – RSD500

Accommodation:
– Belgrade – Serbia
Accommodation on HB basis (B) in 1/2 rooms in Hotel, Hostel or Guesthouse

DAY 15BELGRADE - Departure

Doviđenja! Goodbye!

• Breakfast. Free day. There are no activities planned for the final day and you are able to depart the accommodation at any time. Breakfast. Departure, or continue your trip.

We hope that you are very happy with the trip, and welcome again.

Important Info

Main details

• To realize the arrangement, least 4 people max 16 (larger groups on request)
• Group 10+ has a discount of 5-10% to the basic price
• The program can be changed (eg, due of the traffic, the safety etc.)
• The program time can be adjusted if needed (eg conditions, service, etc.)
• If possible we can pick you up along the way or organizing bus connection, taxi (for a fee) for individuals and groups from other cities. (see our route)

Start on & End on of the Tour

Please, check in your voucher or on the website the program when and where to starts or ends your tour. Also, here below you have a short description:
• Airport: If you arrive by plane and airport transfer is included (or you purchased separately a transfer), we’ll meet you at the airport in the arrivals lounge after your plane landed, according to scheduled time or on the agreement. Our guide or driver will be waiting for you outside the arrival lounge with your name written on our signboard. Please, check our website or travel agency beforehand for the correct locations and time.
• Hotels & Accommodations: If you are already in a hotel/accommodation, the welcome meeting is scheduled on the day of arrival at 20:00 or on the agreement. If you arrive late at night the welcome meeting should be held next day before breakfast around 07:00. Please check in your voucher, our website or hotel reception, where will be a welcome meeting.
If you arrive at the hotel 1-2 days earlier welcome meeting will be held along with other passengers according to the program, but you can contact us for any other service or information.
• Other places: If you arrive at any other station except the airport, such as bus or railway station as well port and do not have transportation, please contact us. We will be happy to book your transportation (subject to availability).

Booking confirmation & Voucher

• Please confirm your booking in accordance with terms and conditions online or contact the travel agency within 7 days of the booking date. Confirm booking immediately upon booking if it’s less than 7 days before the scheduled departure for the tout.
Bookings that are made online can be confirmed using My Account. The information available includes, you’ll be able to track the confirmation, track your payment status, boarding and arrival locations and you can also rate the tour after you finished the tour. Note: Bookings made by phone cannot be checked from My Account.
• Also, show either a paper or an electronic voucher to your tour guide at the start of the tour.

Confirmation of accommodation

To get the best possible accommodation in the category according to your program in the best location, we will confirm with the hotel/accommodation to do a favor for your best. Where exactly do you want to stay, you will get details when we have signed a contract with your accommodation.

E.g. we do so because instead of 3 stars hotel, you get 4 stars and better location. You can book a transfer to the city, where you have accommodation, then your name and address will be your accommodation but no later than 7 days before departure.

If you book with us your transfer to hotel/accommodation then you can also get the best terms and price as we give you discount on transfer if several travelers share the transfer.

Cancellation Policy

The passenger is entitled to cancel the tour and is required to inform the organizers of the tour. Cancellation can be made directly on the website, or in writing including cancellation by e-mail. The date of the written cancellation is the basis for calculating the fee, according to the law of the Organizer, expressed as a percentage of the total price, if the tour program is not otherwise stated, as follows:

• 5% if the tour is canceled up to 45 days before the start of the trip (early cancellation)
• 10% if the tour is canceled for one month, ie 30 days before the trip starts
• 20% if the tour is canceled 29 – 21 days before the start of the trip
• 40% if the tour is canceled 20 – 15 days before the start of the trip
• 80% if the tour is canceled 14 – 10 days before the start of the trip
• 90% if the tour is canceled 9 – 6 days before the start of the trip
• 100% if canceled 5 to 0 days before the start of the tour or during the tour

The passenger pays only the incurred costs to the Organizer if he canceled due to circumstances that he could not avoid or eliminate: illness or death of the passenger or spouse and children, first hereditary relatives, brother or sister, or a call for military exercise of passengers and elementary accidents are officially declared. For these cases, the passenger is required to submit written evidence to the Organizer.

In this case, the passenger is obliged to give written confirmation to the Organizer of the reason for cancellation issued by the competent authorities within 5 days. If the person who canceled the tour provides a suitable replacement or the organizer finds replacement the person is obliged to pay only the costs of the Organizer.

– If the tour is missed due to delays or missing arrival, refunds will not be issued.

Additional information

• It’s possible to organize as a private tour of ( on request) 1 – 7 people (-€ per person).
• The tour duration can be customized to your needs as 8 days / 7 or 8 nights, 10 days / 9 or 10 nights or according to your wishes for a longer period. Contact us to customize to your needs.
• The tour can be organized in the other order than it is in the itinerary, as well as with other airports in the region for the group. See offer or contact us for more information and prices.
• The tour can be organized in conjunction with other activities. View our offers or contact us to customize according to your needs and fulfill desires.
• Montenegro Adventure keeps right to change hotels according to booking of stated hotels.
• Montenegro Adventure keeps right to change price if service providers change prices.

Participants & Children

• Participants on the tour are individuals or small groups of mixed nationalities.
• Children with parents or guardians, must be 2-12 years. Infants under 2 go free on this tour.
If you are under 18 you will need parental permission, unless you travel in the company of an adult (18 years of age or older).

Useful Information

• Season: All year, but mostly 15 may – 1 nov
• Difficulty: Light
• Duration: 15 days / 14 nights ( can be changed to 4 , 8, 10 or more days)
• Starts on & Ends on:
• Code: BT15-SKBG01-MA

Good to Know

• Currency: Euro (€)
• Gratuity (Tip, Bakhshish): Your Montenegro Adventure crew never expect tip themselves and will not request for any. However, if you are pleased with our staff who have served you, and you still want to give tip, our staff will appreciate it and be grateful for your gesture.
• Clothes: Make sure you wear comfortable clothes and shoes for the excursion. Hat or cap, sunscreen and appropriate sun protection clothing is required during warmer months. A small umbrella or raincoat for rain will be useful in case of light rain. The weather in the mountains of Montenegro can be very unpredictable (warmer clothing for months other than summer). Please prepare for various weather conditions.

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