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Excursions & Services

For those interested in seeing what Montenegro, Croatia and Bosnia have to offer, we can arrange small guided tours, excursions, and cultural experiences.  All our guides offer a personal experience in Polish, Russian and English languages.  They offer unique itinerary tailored to suit your needs.  The guides will take you “off the beaten path” and give you an in depth perspective of the culture, history and the charm this place has to offer that you will not be able to find on your own or with a large standard tours.



The Bay of Kotor, also known as Boka Kotorska, is one of the Mediterranean’s most distinctive and striking landscapes.  The Bay, once called Europe’s south most fjord, actually consists of 4 small bays, which are surrounded by mountains 1000m – 1700m rising directly from the water.  The area is also known to have one of the most romantic landscapes to see in Montenegro.  The first stop of the tour is Tivat (1 hour) it features a visit to Porto Montenegro a mega rich playground for super yachts.  After then we go to the magnificent medieval town of Kotor (2 hours).  It includes a two hour walk inside of the walls of the town of Kotor where you can stop for coffee or visit some of many shops. Then we drive around the bay to the tranquil town of Perast (2 hours).  The architecture of Perast is only made out of stone building no modern architecture is allowed here.  Here you can hire a boat to take you to a nearby island of “Gospa od Skrpjela”.  “Gospa od Skrpjela” is a manmade island created by locals from Perast by sinking old ships filled up with stones around the 17th century.  Here you can visit a beautiful museum dedicated to sailors and sea men. Price does not include boat trip or entrance fees.


DURATION: ½ - 1 day tour

PRICE:  1 – 6 People   210€




After crossing the border from Herceg-Novi, we will pass the fertile Konavle Valley, the village of Cilipi and Zupa Dubrovacka. The coastal highway provides panoramic views of the city walls, ancient red rooftops and picturesque surroundings. The uniqueness of Dubrovnik is clear at first sight. The walls that encircle the city are the most recognizable feature of Dubrovnik and the main attraction for visitors. Five fortresses are within the city walls and provide stunning views. The state archives contain documents from medieval times for those interested in the political and economic relationship between the Dubrovnik Republic and other European counties throughout history. The Franciscan monastery and the museum contain the old pharmacy’s inventory dating back to the 14th century and the Dominican monastery features a collection of 15th and 16th century pieces from the Dubrovnik School of Art. A passport is required for this trip.

DURATION: Full day
PRICE:  1 – 6 People   260€





Budva is a town in Montenegro on the Adriatic Sea. Part of the Budva Riviera, it's known for sandy beaches and nightlife. Stone walls built by the Venetians surround the narrow streets of the medieval old town (Stari Grad). This historic district is home to a seaside citadel and religious sites such as the Church of Santa Maria in Punta, established in the 9th century.

Sveti Stefan is a small islet and 5-star hotel resort on the Adriatic coast of Montenegro. The resort, known commercially as Aman Sveti Stefan, includes part of the mainland, where the Villa Miločer part of the resort is located. An Adriatic playground for the rich and famous from the 1960s to the 1980s, the hotel is now a 5-star franchise hotel of the international group of Aman Resorts, completed in 2009 and operating under a 30-year lease. Formerly an island, Sveti Stefan is now connected to the mainland by a narrow isthmus.

Lipa Cave is a karst cave situated close to Cetinje in the Skopska Crna Gora mountains of Montenegro, with a system of about 2.5 kilometres of passages and halls. It is one of the largest caves in Montenegro.

DURATION: 1 day tour
PRICE:  1 – 6 People   240€




Lake Skadar is a wild wander waiting to be explored.  Skadar Lake is the biggest lake on the Balkan Peninsula.  Skadar Lake is a vast fresh water lake straddling the border of Albania and Montenegro and is surrounded by dramatic karst mountains, its mirrored water, rocky shores and wetlands play host to a myriad of wildlife with more than 260 species of birds, traditional fishing villages, islets, monasteries and pristine beaches.  Home to some of the most celebrated panoramas in a country renowned for its wild, natural beauty, Lake Skadar has been a protected National Park since 1983, was added, in 1996, to the World's List of Wetlands of International Importance by the Ramsar Convention and in late 2011, was formally nominated for UNESCO heritage status.  It was here that the former Montenegrin royal family chose to summer, where Turkish invaders sought to conquer, and where some of the best wines and organic food in Montenegro can be found, cultivated by the local producers of Crmnica and Godinje valleys. The price does not include boat ride on Skadar Lake, however upon request the boat trip can be arranged for affordable price.

PRICE:  1 – 6 People   240€




The tour starts at Porto Montenegro. The starting time is set upon customer's request. Apart from the panoramic cruise along the coast, you are going to see the best spots in Boka Bay;  Our Lady of the Rocks island with church and museum, Mamula island with fortress, Blue Cave where you can swim, ex-submarine tunnel near Rose. Our speedboat can accommodate up to 6 persons with a professional skipper. 


DURATION: 1  day tour
PRICE:  1 – 6 People   250€ + gas