Young explorers will love the dramatic scenery of Montenegro, an emerging destination of mountains, canyons, lakes and beaches. This holiday is ideal for families who want to get off the beaten track.
Learn to make cheese on a farm
Explore a glacial lake in a rowing boat
Go rafting in Europe's deepest canyon
Sea kayak in the fjords of Kotor Bay
Enjoy spectacular downhill cycling in Lovcen National Park
Whether you're hiking through the mountain side summer pastures, rafting in Europe's deepest canyon or kayaking in the fjords of Kotor, you will find yourself surrounded by breathtaking scenery.
This itinerary strikes the perfect balance between adventure and relaxation - enjoy beautiful forest walks, swim in glacial lakes and drive through spectacular landscapes. Staying in peaceful mountain huts along the way, families can experience authentic Montenegrin hospitality.
There are also plenty of options if you want to extend your stay in Montenegro - contact us for more information.
Day1: Fly to Montenegro, join tour in Kolasin
Join the tour in Kolasin, a small city in the north of Montenegro, surrounded by the Bjelasica mountain range. The rest of the day is at leisure to relax or explore.
Day2: Visit a Farm
Hike through tranquil mountain landscapes to a small farm, where the children can learn how to make cheese and find out about daily life for the people who live in the mountains.
Day3: Walk to Lake Biograd
Walk through the ancient forest of Biogradska National Park and learn about the nature in the area. Enjoy a picnic lunch in the park and this afternoon explore Lake Biograd on a small rowing boat, or go swimming.
Day4: Durmitor National Park
Take a scenic drive to Durmitor National Park, part of the Dinara mountain range and home to the country’s highest mountain, Bobotov Kuk. This afternoon, enjoy a scenic walk around the Black Lake and some swimming before transferring to your accommodation.
Day5: Rafting in the Tara Canyon
Today you will go rafting on the Tara river, past spectacular scenery and deep into the canyon.
Day6: Sea kayaking
Heading south to the Bay of Kotor, first you will stop to see some prehistoric rock art. After lunch, continue to Perast before paddling along the coast of the Bay of Kotor in your sea kayak.
Day7: Cycling in Lovcen National Park
Travel to Lovcen National Park anad visit the famous mausoleum of Peter II Petrovic Njegos on the peak of Lovcen mountain. Afterwards, enjoy some downhill cycling through the park for spectacular views.
Tour ends this morning. You are free to depart at any time for your return journey.
You should note: You may wish to extend your stay with a few extra nights on the coast of Montenegro. Petrovac is a small coastal town, ideal for families, with a long sandy beach, pretty promenade and tiny stone harbour. Or perhaps stay on the Lustica Peninsula which offers breathtaking scenery and activities such as sailing, cycling and boat trips.
Prices from (exc. international flights):£1,199per adult,£1,099per child
Prices from (inc. flights from/to UK):£1,489per adult,£1,379per child
Child prices apply for ages 11 and under at the time of travel.
We stay in simple, yet comfortable accommodation on a twin-share or family room basis. Our hotel in Kolasin is cosy and family friendly. In the mountains, we stay in mountain huts with private rooms and facilities. In Kotor, accommodation is in apartments.
7 breakfasts, 6 lunches & 5 dinners
You can typically expect to pay from
£430 for an adult,
and from £410 for a child aged 11 and under.
Flight prices are subject to change, and prices tend to be higher during peak periods or when booking late.
For peace of mind, we recommend that you book your flights with us. If you choose your own flights, please ask us to confirm all arrangements first.