Since 1878, this area has been under state/national protection. The park is 5400 square acres and has 26 plant communities with about 2,000 species and subspecies. More than 200 species of birds, including the bald eagle. The fauna consists of deer, roe deer, chamois, wolves, wild boars, foxes,…
Last rainforest in Europe Untached nature 400 years old forest Amazing lake Amazing national park
More amazing landscapes await for you on the North, if you decide to take the trip! But trust me, it is so worth it! :) This rainforest is definitely one of my favourite places in Montenegro!
Biogradska Gora National Park, one of three remaining rainforests in Europe provides epic nature views and adventure options. It has diverse flora and fauna, but the signature site of the park is Biogradska Gora Lake. Located in the northern region of Montenegro, Biogradska Gora is situated…
Montenegrin primary forest, national park and one of the most beautiful lakes on the north of Montenegro.
“Black Lake in Durmitor National Park is one of the premium Montenegro tourist attraction. Black Lake is the best known, and in same time largest of 18 glacial lakes in The Durmitor National Park. More than 3 km long walking path around the lake, is a most popular for hiking and recreation. Located at the foot of the mountain Medjed peak, this lake consists of two smaller lakes: Big and Little Lake. Those 2 lakes are connected by a narrow strait, that dries in summer time, creating 2 completely separate lakes.”
“Great scenery, worth visiting,second biggest canyon in the world, 12 km from Chalet Dorma”
“You can't come to Kotor and not visit the Old town. The city welcomes you with seven centuries old history, old cathedrals and churches, souvenir shops, small authentic streets and beautiful atmosphere. Don't forget to visit local green market just outside the Old town where you can buy fresh seafood, fish and local fruits and vegetables. ”
“Ostrog Monastery This monastery is located in the vicinity of Nikšić, built in the steep rock overlooking the Bjelopavlicka Plain. This monastery is the most famous pilgrimage site in Montenegro. It was founded by the Herzeg Archbishop Vasilije in the 17th century. He was buried here and canonised as a miracle-performing saint. His body rests in the cell of the cave church. The monastery was reconstructed in 1923-1926 following a fire which spared the small cave churches. These churches are the main attractions of this monument. The Church of the Entrance of the Holy Mother of God was painted with frescoes at the end of the 17th century. The Church of the Holy Cross is located in the upper monastery level and it was painted by the master Radul who adjusted the frescoes to the natural shape of the rocks. The church is surrounded by konaks and they both represent a structure which is in harmony with its natural ambience. The Orthodox monastery of Ostrog is one of the most visited monasteries in the Balkans. It is visited by believers from all over the world, individually or in groups. It is a confluence of all three confessions: Orthodox, Catholic and Muslim, as it is believed that the relics of St. Vasilije of Ostrog are miraculous. According to pilgrims’ testimonials, praying in front of these relics has helped them cure or lessen their life’s troubles.”