VOLUNTEERING MONTENEGRO       

Volunteering is a non-profit and unpaid activity during which individuals, individually or within a group or organization, contribute to the welfare of their community and the whole society. Volunteering occurs in various forms from traditional customs of mutual self-organized activities to communities in times of crisis. Volunteering includes efforts to combat poverty and to help prevent and stop conflicts.

 

Volunteering is one of the cornerstones of civil society because it brings to life the noblest aspirations of mankind: the commitment to peace, freedom, opportunity, safety and justice for all people.

 

Volunteerism is based on the ideas of self-help, mutual aid and philanthropy. The most commonly implemented in religious, humanitarian, social and non-governmental organizations.

 

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Travel Agency Rams organize action to clean polluted natural areas - the river and the lake shores, mountain and rural roads, educating the local population about the types and benefits of recycling; then help local communities during the seasonal mowing and collecting hay, picking wild fruits, medicinal and aromatic plants ... Give your own contribution to the preservation of nature and tradition of Montenegro and thereby discover its magic, wild nature, try the local and national recipes and leave your mark through fun and educational activities ....

 

 

 


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Winter activities in Montenegro

North of Montenegro offers various activities during winter since it is very mountainous area. Activities include snowshoeing, skiing, caving, visits to local households, rural tourism, snow mobile rides, Nordic skiing....

KATUN ROAD MONTENEGRO - BOOK YOUR PLACE NOW!

The katuns are active from mid- May till mid September, when farmers move back to their villages. As in all other katuns, the whole life here is dedicated to caring for cattle and to cheese making.

PEAKS OF THE BALKANS 5 DAYS

Peaks of the Balkans - This 192km circuit will take you through the mountains of northern Albania, eastern Kosovo and southern Montenegro. The official route offers a diversity of landscapes and cultural experiences, but it does include a few asphalt road segments.

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