Dubrovnik to Montenegro Private Tour
Locally known as Crna Gora that literally means “black highlands” and also called "the most southern European fjord", this country is known for its forested hills that reach all the way to its pristine sea. From the Illyrian tribes and Romans who originally inhabited Montenegro to its unique role in today's political scene of Europe, you will learn two and a half thousand years of heritage and visit some of the most beautiful coastal towns on the Adriatic. Base tour includes drive through Herceg Novi and Perast, couple hours visit to Kotor, Budva and panoramic view of St. Stefan. After your driver picks you up at your hotel/accommodation you are leaving Dubrovnik and driving one hour south towards Prevlaka peninsula where you cross the border. During scenic drive along the bay of Kotor you will have short break in Herceg Novi and then 45min visit to Perast where you will take a boat drive onto Island Our Lady of the Rock and visit museum. Upon arrival in Kotor you will have 1h 30min guided walking tour through the old town before you continue towards St. Stefan. After 30min drive from Kotor you stop at view point above St. Stefan for photo shooting and then heading back to Budva for a walk. Time for lunch is planned in Budva after walking tour. Optional is an hour extra time for swim on one of famous Budva beaches. Leaving Budva we will take ferry boat across the Kotor bay on our way back to Dubrovnik. When arriving to Dubrovnik, your driver will drop you off at your accommodation.
Things you should know about this activity
Confirmation will be received at time of booking. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Infant seats are available on request if advised at time of booking. May be operated by a multi-lingual guide. Included in the price: English speaking driver/guide (additional languages available upon request), transport by fully A/C comfortable touristic vehicle, pick-up and drop-off at your hotel, boat ride to the small island Our Lady of the Rock and entrance fee for the museum, guided walking tour through Kotor, guided walking tour through Budva, ferry tickets across Kotor bay on the way back and insurance.