North of Montenegro Birding Tour – Mountains, Lakes and National Parks
This tour will take us to some of the most important areas for birds in the north of Montenegro. We will visit three National Parks (Durmitor, Biogradska gora and Prokletije), and have an opportunity to enjoy spectacular views of some of the highest mountain peaks in this part of Europe, rest our eyes on the crystal water of numerous lakes and rivers, admire the deepest canyon in Europe, explore deep forests and much more. We will also enjoy traditional dishes and drinks, and learn about the history and rich culture of the area.
WHAT IS INCLUDED?
Airport transfers, accommodations, meals, local transportation, entrances to parks and reserves, services of English speaking guide.
WHAT IS NOT INCLUDED?
Flights, drinks, tips, travel insurance, any other personal expense.
By taking part in this trip, you support conservation activities run by CZIP, the BirdLife partner in Montenegro.
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GUIDE RELATED TO SOME CHARACTERISTICS OF THE TOUR
• Type of accommodation during the tour: twin/double & single rooms
• Type of transportation during the tour: minibus and 4x4s
• There will be some hiking during the tour: yes
• Maximum number of places available on the tour: 12
• Best part of the year for the tour: middle April to middle May
CLIMATE OF THE AREA AND WHAT TO WEAR
The northern part of Montenegro is a continental area, with mountains exceeding 2,000 meters (6,500 feet), and, for the most, moderate continental, while in higher parts climate quite similar to that of the Alps. Winters are cold, with snowfalls and frosts during cold spells, while summers are generally pleasant, with highs around 26°C (79°F), and on hot days even above 30°C (86°F) So, what to pack? You should bring light clothes, a T-shirt, long pants, a light jacket and a sweatshirt, but also bring some warmer clothes, an insulated jacket, a hat and gloves, just in case. For the field trips, you should have comfortable hiking shoes, a raincoat or umbrella, a water bottle, sunglasses and a hat, sunscreen, and for some days even a swimsuit and towel.