Montenegro extreme activity holiday
Description of Montenegro extreme activity holiday
New for 2018, this Montenegro extreme activity holiday is our premium adventure package, which includes many great activities that all our guests will love! This new tour is perfect for anyone looking for a multi activity break thats fun and active.
We are based in beautiful Durmitor National Park, 1,520m above sea level and surrounded by mountain views and forests. Our camp has four self-catering apartments spread over a large garden space and dotted between houses and outbuildings, with a games room and barbecue facilities. There is a total of six double bedrooms here, which can easily sleep groups. Each apartment has WiFi internet and satellite TV (sports channels). The holiday includes transfers on arrival and departure, all lunches and six full days of great adventure fun, with all equipment included. The neighbouring town of Zabljak has lots of great restaurants, cafes and bars.
The first activity to enjoy is Trekking through Durmitor forest, 2 two beautiful lakes of Black Lake & Snake Lake. Then enjoy rafting on the Tara River (come in May for the highest water levels), this day includes Zip Lining and a traditional lunch. The third activity is our Ring of Dumitor Jeep Safari, which takes guests on a fantastic journey across the mountains of Durmitor, with Montenegrin traditional lunch. Adrenaline Quad Biking tour is the fourth activity, where guests travel around on modern 4x4 wheelers through the Montenegrin Wilderness, and includes packed lunch. Next try Canyoning in the Canyon Nevidio which is an action packed day, with jumps and passages through the running stream; a traditional Montenegrin lunch is included and this activity. If you come during low season, canyoning might be replaced by mountaineering trek to the peak of Bobatov Kuk mountain, which is 2,535m high; a packed lunch meal supplied. The final activity to enjoy is Horse Riding. This suits all levels and experience, and the riding is through the open plains and valleys of Durmitor, with a Montenegrin lunch!
5 Reviews of Montenegro extreme activity holiday
Reviewed on 16 Jun 2019 by Melissa MartynThe Via Ferrata as well as the White water rafting were memorable. Read full review
Reviewed on 18 Jul 2018 by Elaine BarrowThe scenery in Durmitor National Park is spectacular and unspoilt, Our host Stan and his wife were excellent, nothing was an inconvenience and the activities were all arranged and ran like clockwork. Read full review
Reviewed on 08 Aug 2017 by Marisa SteynOur family enjoyed waking up everyday to a different outdoor adventure in beautiful Durmitor - without having to organise anything ourselves! Read full review
Reviewed on 28 Jul 2017 by April BouaoudiaReally enjoyed the hike around the Black Lakes, Rafting and Zip wire Read full review
Reviewed on 17 Aug 2017 by Gemma GoreWe arrived as guests and left feeling like family, we were taken care of as though we were lifelong friends. We would definitely go again such wonderful company and people who went the extra mile. We would class it as self catering plus due to little extras we were given through the week. Read full review
PlanetWe have been living by the coast in Montenegro for over 12 years. We are lovers of nature and along with the stunning Montenegrin coastline we also very much enjoy the mountains of Montenegro and especially the UNESCO National park of Durmitor. We absolutely love and appreciate our camp which is surrounded by its perfect nature and it's scenic setting, and for guests to enjoy both adventures and relaxing. Along with pristine nature there is an abundance of great adventure activities on offer for all guests to take part in and we hope all our guests will have a relaxing and fun filled active holiday stay with us.
Nearly all of our activities have the concept of Eco tourism and mostly all of our activities are deemed as not harmful to the environment. Indeed the Durmitor National Park is a UNESCO protected national park and considered an 'Air' spa for visitors.
We provide all our guests with a friendly welcome BBQ meal and drink on arrival of stay. We also provide packed lunches and we buy all our produce directly from the market place, from local farmers in the area, such as locally produced jams, preserves, fruit berries, meats and cheeses. We also have a cultural day out where our guests shall have a traditional Montenegrin meal which again has all foods and drinks that are locally produced such as meats, wines and plum brandy, etc.
Our camp is surrounded by green fields, mountains and forests and we shall be discarding wherever possible all rubbish for recycling. We shall also have our outdoor lights run on solar energy and energy saving bulbs. We also offer our guests free usage of mountain bikes which we shall encourage our guests to use, so they can travel around the area by Eco transport.
Our team leaders are all local to the area and we hope to show our guests the benefits of protecting our environment on our activities. Our Hiking team leaders are also part of the conservation of the Durmitor forest and they will be explaining all aspects of nature to our guests on activities.
PeopleWe directly aim to create jobs and employ and empower local people in that region, which are heavily dependent on incomes from tourism in this region. Locals in the Durmitor region generally live from tourism or farming and so it's a massive chunk of their income to be involved within the sector of tourism.
We employ 6 team leaders and also have a staff for the day to day running of our camp. We are hoping that we shall be able to make a difference in the community by employing locals and they shall have a direct benefit of being employed and gaining an income from our weekly package stays.
We shall encourage all of our staying guests to explore Durmitor for themselves on free days and evening times, and hope they'll visit local restaurants, cafes and eateries in the town of Zabljak which will economically help other local business's.
This is our first season in 2016 and we shall hopefully be a success this year and we shall endeavor to include as much possible for local people to be employed and for income to be spent back into the camp and to stay with the community.