National park,,BIOGRADSKA GORA’’
It was declared a park in 1952 year. It is situated in a Northeast part of Montenegro, between rivers Tara and Lim, in the central part of Bjelasica’s mountain massif. It spreads over surface of 5,650 hectares. The most beautiful part of this park is Biogradsko Lake. Lake is situated at the 1094m of altitude and it’s surrounded by clean virgin forest which is one of the only three remained in Europe. National park dispose with other offers for visitors: bungalows, national restaurant, center for visitors, souvenir shop, learning path around the lake, observation tower... From the park, a great number of marked paths lead toward other lakes on mountain Bjelasica (Sisko, Pesica Lake, Ursulovacko…) as well as to the peaks Black Head, Rabbit’s head….more details
National park ,,DURMITOR’’
National park “Durmitor” was declared a NP in 1952 year. It is situated in the Northwest region of Montenegro and it includes great surface of Durmitor’s massif with canyons of rivers Tara, Draga and Susica. An impressive mountain peaks rise from there, of which 48 are high over 2000m, and the highest among them is Bobotov Kuk with impressive 2 525m. Special charm is given to the beauty of Durmitor’s massif with an 18 glacial lakes at the altitude of over 1500m, called “Mountain eyes”. The biggest and the most attractive lake is The Black Lake. There is a number of marked paths which lead toward lakes and Durmitor’s peaks more details
National park ,,SKADAR LAKE”
Picturesque and unique Skadar Lake is situated in Zeta’s and Skadar’s valley which is connected with Adriatic sea with river Bojana. With it’s surface which varies from 370 km2 to 530km2 depending on the fluctuation of the water surface, Skadar lake represents the biggest lake in Balkan. Two thirds of the lake belongs to Montenegro, and one third to Republic of Albania. Montenegrin part, with its coastal surface of 40 000 hectares, was declared a national park in 1983 year. Lake is the biggest bird reservation in Europe (with over 270 bird species). Lake is the habitat of the pelicans, gulls, herons and has a rich water world with a lot of different species (eel, carp, bleak)...In 1996, with a Ramseur convention, this lake was included in the list of the wetlands of the international importance more details
National park ,,LOVCEN’’
National park ,,Lovćen’’ covers central and the biggest part of Lovcen’s massif, with a surface of 6220 hectares. It was declared a park in 1952. It is situated on a Southwest of Montenegro, between the Skadar basin, Kotor bay and Budva’s Riviera. Combination of Mediterranean and continental climate caused a unique flora and fauna with more that 1300 species of plants, 200 bird species and diversity of butterflies. The greatest monument in NP Lovcen is Njegos’s mausoleum, at the Lake’s peak, on the place which was chosen by this great poet and a philosopher for his eternal rest more details
National park ,,PROKLETIJE’’
Fifth National park in Montenegro is Prokletije. Prokletije are leaving the unforgettable impression on all visitors with its beauty. It is monumental, one of the ruggedness mountain chains, with milled, white and black peaks, which remind you on a wolf’s jaws, and by the beauty of its forests, pastures and barrens it contributes to the beauty of the whole area. Glacial lakes such are: Plavsko, Hridsko, Rikavacko, Bukumirsko and Visitorsko are special rarity so as the Alipasa’s spring and famous Grlja waterfall. Highest mountain peak on Prokletije is Zla kolata - 2 536m more details
REGION OF BJELASICA AND KOMOVI
Mountain Bjelasica is one of the most beautiful mountains in Montenegro. If you want to experience adventure on a mountain, this is the right place. This mountain, which peaks are over 2000m, represents a genuine challenge for mountaineers. Shadowy valleys of Bjelasica are a right place for rest of groups and families. You will need comfortable shoes, worm cloths and sun cream since the weather on the mountain is always unpredictable. Here, you may enjoy in riding the horse, swimming in one of the lakes or even some games on a snow, since it is possible to find it on some spots even in August. Traditional mountain cabins are really tempting for tourists more details
CAVE OVER DEVIL’S SWIRL – DJALOVICA CAVE
One of the most impressive caves in Montenegro, cave over Devil’s Swirl is situated near Bijelo Polje, in the canyon of river Bistrica. Upstream, through Djalovica gorge, on the left side of the valley, in the very spot where the valley merges with the clough, is the lowest of the forth lakes, and is the place where the Devil’s Swirls are. In the upper part of the valley is where the biggest of three entrances in this cave is. Up to now, 11 750 m of cave has been explored. Explored part consists of great number of galleries, passages and chambers and it can be divided into four parts: Channel with lakes, Great labyrinth, Long channel and passages which are connecting upper and lower galleries. Channel with lakes has a great number of lakes (15 permanent and 20-30 periodical lakes) and stalactites and stalagmites of smaller dimensions.
Entering in cave is possible only in company of guides and with complete equipment. It is possible to organize entrance of 10-13 persons at most in the same time interval.