Welcome To Nomad Tours Montenegro

Nomad Hedonic 7 Day Tour of Montenegro

Fall in love with Montenegro from the northern mountains to the sloping valleys and sparkling blue coastline. 


Experience the thrill of north Montenegro - a guide through the country’s wild beauty. Enjoy traditional local cuisine and cultural encounters on your journey through the great outdoors of the Montenegrin north. Breathe in fresh mountain air, absorb the sights of glacial lakes and feed your soul with spiritual site visits. 


After the wild beauty, take a mellow cruise through the southernmost fjord in Europe, known as Boka Bay, with glimmering waters and impressive mountain massifs. Time travel back to old walled cities of the Venetian era and take a toast to the new times. Venture into off-the-beaten track destinations and learn of the mythical folklore and stunning history of Europe’s best kept secret whilst enjoying mouth-watering Mediterranean cuisine. 


Our Hedonic tours mean maximum comfort for our Nomads and a relaxing all-encompassing travel experience through this underrated southern European gem.

  

Tour dates


Every Monday from the 15.04.2019 to the 11.11.2019. 

In total 31 departures in this period.

 

April: 15.04 / 22.04 / 29.04 

May: 06.05 / 13.05 / 20.05 / 27.05 

June: 03.06 / 10.06 / 17.06 / 24.06 

July: 01.07 / 08.07 / 15.07 / 22.07 / 29.07

August: 05.08 / 12.08 / 19.08 / 26.08 

September: 02.09 / 09.09 / 16.09 / 23.09 

October: 30.10 / 07.10 / 14.10 / 21.10 / 28.10 

November: 04.11 / 11.11


Departure


Time: 9am CET

Address: Svetlane Kane Radević Street no. 1 (front of Hotel Podgorica)

Location: Podgorica

Whats included?

The price:
1499€ per person
+250€ for single room

2 Crew Member Driver and Licensed Tour Guide 

Group: Max 12 people

Transportation in our off-road adventure van 

Breakfast and dinner included

7 days on tour 
6 nights’ accommodation

Departure dates

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 +382 69 736 945 

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Vehicle

Customised Ford van to meet our needs for off-road exploration

Activities

Hiking, biking, swimming, rafting, canyoning, paragliding, eating & sleeping 

Travel tips

Don’t worry about being super-outdoorsy – our tours have something to suit everyone

Nomad Hedonic tour attractions

Biograd lake

Eplore the Biograd lake, which found its eternal home surrounded by one of the last European primeval rainforests.


Boka Bay cruise

Take a cruise through the southernmost fjord in Europe, known as Boka Bay, with glimmering waters and impressive mountain massifs.

Cetinje

The Old Royal Capital of Cetinje is the essence of Montenegrin culture, where a picturesque setting coexists alongside museums boasting the history and art.

Djurdjevica tara bridge

Appreciate the sights of the monumental Djurdjevica Tara Bridge, standing tall and proud over the UNESCO World Heritage site of Durmitor.


Lipa Cave

Explore the Heart of Montenegro, the Lipa Cave, a spectacular underground display of calcified mineral formations. 



Njegusi

Serpentine road to the little village of Njegusi and enjoy a panorama of the Boka Bay. Snack on traditional delicacies of prosciutto, cheese and a local digestif, rakija.

Old town Kotor

Stroll through the coastal town of Kotor, with unique Venetian architecture, well-preserved, crisscrossed avenues and stone cobbled squares, churches and palaces.

Ostrog Monastery

Ostrog Monastery, a spiritual Orthodox pilgrimage site and mind-blowing 17th Century church built directly into the vertical cliff face.


Radevic Estate

Radevic family estate for an authentic wine tasting experience in a rural setting. Sample some local wines and wash down the flavours of the day with traditional rakija fruit brandy.

Savardak Restaurant

An ethno restaurant that offers an authentic dining experience in rural Montenegro. 


Serpentine road

A winding road that takes 25 hairpin twists and turns from Boka Bay up to the Mount Lovcen that offer breathtaking scenery of the Bay

Sveti Stefan 

Sveti Stefan, a beautiful privatised island and iconic feature of the coastline. Enjoy a guided tour of the islands polished pathways. 

Zabljak panorama

Get lost in the pinewood forests of the highest settlement on the Balkan peninsula, coloured in a spectrum of green shades, contrasted by piercing blue skies and proud mountains.

Moraca Monastery

Emerging from the Moraca river canyon is Moraca Monastery, one of MontenegroТs most significant spiritual sites. 


What’s included in the tour

 

  • Transportation in our adventure van
  • Licensed tour guide 
  • 7 days on tour 
  • 6 nights’ accommodation 
  • Breakfast and dinner included
  • One Montenegrin lunch 
  • Boka Bay cruise 
  • Lipa Cave visit
  • Wine cellar visits
  • Old Bar visit
  • Museum visits
  • Hiking 
  • City guided visits 
  • Intimate group size 
  • Tickets and taxes

Not included:

 

  • Personal expenses
  • Lunches outside of the program

Extras:

 

  • Cooking day 50€ per person
    (minimum 4 participants)
  • Panorama flight €500 + VAT
  • Unforgettable memories €0

Day 1

Podgorica  - Virpazar - Skadar lake - Radevic estate visit - Podgorica

 

Start the tour in the “town on three bridges” – Virpazar, a charming fishing village dating back to the 13th Century located in the picturesque setting of Lake Skadar.  Take a drive to the Radevic family estate for an authentic wine tasting experience in a rural setting. Sample some local wines and wash down the flavours of the day with traditional rakija fruit brandy.

Day 2 

Podgorica - Monastery Ostrog - Zabljak 

 

Enter the region of Montenegrin wild beauty – where luscious green forests and panoramic landscapes are coupled with traditional, organic food fresh from the northern region. 

After a hearty breakfast, head north to the Ostrog Monastery, a spiritual Orthodox pilgrimage site and mind-blowing 17th Century church built directly into the vertical cliff face – our Nomaguides can de-brief you on the enchanting history of this chalk-white wonder.

A quick coffee break with splendid views of the Bjeloplavlic plain is followed by a trip to the quirky town of Niksic.

Niksic packs a great punch for lunch options – once suitably satisfied, we make our way to Zabljak to breathe in the fresh mountain air. 

Day 3 

Zabljak panorama day - Katun visit - Black Lake

 

A full day spent in the breathtaking northern corner of Montenegro. Get lost in the pinewood forests of the highest settlement on the Balkan peninsula, coloured in a spectrum of green shades, contrasted by piercing blue skies and proud mountains. See the mirror-top Black Lake, known as the “Mountain Eyes” of Montenegro.  

Slow the hiking pace with a visit to a traditional family-run Katun to enjoy local gastronomy and homegrown produce and re-fuel after an adventurous morning before taking a panoramic drive back to the hotel.

Day 4 

Zabljak - Djurdjevica Tara bridge - Biograd Lake - Savardak lunch break - Monastery Moraca - Podgorica

 

Appreciate the sights of the monumental Djurdjevica Tara Bridge, standing tall and proud over the UNESCO World Heritage site of Durmitor. Feel the thrill of nature overlooking the Tara Canyon - the second deepest in the world - and descend to splendid Lake Biograd, which found its eternal home surrounded by one of the last European primeval rainforests. Take a hike and enjoy a small picnic on the shores of the largest mountain lake in the country, or hop onto a boat. Pay a visit to an ethno restaurant for an authentic dining experience in rural Montenegro. 

En route to the capital of Podgorica, emerging from the canyon is Moraca Monastery, one of Montenegro’s most significant spiritual sites. 


Day 5 

Podgorica - Cetinje town and museum visit – Sveti Stefan panorama - Boka Bay

 

Make your way to the Old Royal Capital of Cetinje to admire the essence of Montenegrin culture, where a picturesque setting coexists alongside museums boasting the history and art of the birthplace of King Njegos Petrovic.

Head south to discover the true Riviera and Sveti Stefan, a beautiful privatised island and iconic feature of the coastline. Enjoy a guided tour of the island’s polished pathways. 


Taste a tender seafood lunch in the old fisherman’s village of Rafailovici, served fresh from the sea direct to your plate. Explore the picturesque settlement of Budva Old Town filled with charming stone houses and antique piazzas. End the tour in the Boka Bay, decorated with stone abutment dressed in olive trees and offering splendid sunsets.

Day 6 

Boka Bay cruise 

 

Park the adventure van and take a cruise through the southernmost fjord in Europe, known as Boka Bay, with glimmering waters and impressive mountain massifs. Head to the famous Blue Cave, a turquoise lagoon reflecting all shades of blue from the glimmering waters. Combine legends with the historical depth of the island of Our Lady of the Rocks, most famous for the legend of Penelope of Montenegro. If the sights from the sea are not enough, adventurous Nomads can take a panoramic helicopter flight over the Bay.

Day 7 

Boka Bay - Speedboat transfer to Kotor - Kotor Old Town - Serpentine drive - Njegusi lunch break - Lipa Cave 

 

Stroll through the coastal town of Kotor, with unique Venetian architecture, well-preserved, crisscrossed avenues and stone cobbled squares, churches and palaces. Go back in time with role-play activities, fencing and archery, whilst dressed in knights armour. Following the battle of the swords, ascend the Serpentine road to the little village of Njegusi and enjoy a panorama of the Boka Bay. 

Snack on traditional delicacies of prosciutto, cheese and priganice (homemade doughnuts), washed down with a local digestif, rakija, before heading north to the “Heart of Montenegro”, the Lipa Cave, a spectacular underground display of calcified mineral formations.