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Montenegro is bursting at the seams with magnificent mountains, stunning beaches, and larger-than-life citizens. Even though Montenegro's coastline isn't even 300 kilometers long, it contains some of Europe's most breathtaking seaside beauty. Don't forget to take a hike, a horseback ride, a mountain bike, or a boat to an unknown location.

Destination in a Nutshell

13,812 km²






Quick Facts

  • Despite being one of the youngest nations in the world, Montenegro is rich in history.

  • Montenegro is home to Tara River Canyon, the largest canyon in Europe.

  • There are 117 Montenegrin beaches in total awaiting to be explored.

  • Currency: Euro

  • Language: Montenegrin

  • Time zone: GMT +2

Best Time to Visit:

Shoulder Season: May to June and September to October
  • The ideal times of year to visit Montenegro are towards the end of spring and the beginning of autumn. The weather is pleasant and not overly hot. Summer visitors have not yet flocked to the beaches.

High Season: June and September
  • Temperatures and tourist numbers peak around this season. The cost of lodging likewise reaches its peak around this time, with some locations seeing rates nearly double.

  • However, be advised that the beaches are crowded and it becomes very hot in July and August. It is therefore best to travel to the mountains at that time of year.

Low Season: November to April
  • At this time of year, snowshoeing in the national parks of Biogradsko and Durmitor is extraordinary. And airfare can be dirt cheap.

  • Between late October and early April, several are closed, but you might be able to find great deals at those that are still open.


All of our programs can also be tailored to match your needs and preferences.

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