Day Trip from Dubrovnik to Montenegro
Montenegro – A Small Country of Big Contrasts
When in Dubrovnik don’t miss out on a day trip to Montenegro! It’s a small, but beautiful country full of natural wonders, a country where you can spend your mornings hiking in the mountain air and your afternoons swimming in the crystal clear blue Adriatic Sea. Montenegro really has it all. Natural beauty is not the only thing that will leave you breathless here: it’s also the culture, history, cuisine and of course – the people.
|Operates*||April, May, June, July, September, October|
Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays
*Due to long border queening/waiting in August, this tour is not available. You can book alternative day tour – Montenegro (Kotor & Perast)
|What to wear||Casual wear|
|What to bring||passport, camera, swimsuit|
|Local currency||Euro, sign: €, code: EUR|
|Included||hotel pick up/drop off, transport, transportation fees, guide, guided city tour in Kotor, VAT|
|Not included||museum tickets (optional), lunch|
|Cancellation deadline||24 hrs prior no charge, no show – no refund|
|Please note||Passport is required (citizens of certain countries need visa). Excursion itinerary can be adjusted in case of conditions beyond our control.|
07:50 – 11:20
11:20 – 12:30
12:30 – 13:10
13:10 – 15:40
15:40 – 18:00
“Great tour to Montenegro”, FrequentTraveller22, Warsaw
This company proofed to offer great service and made my day trip pleasant and memorable. They pick up relatively early at numerous hotels, apartment houses and other spots in the whole city. Our minibus was comfortable and modern. The tour guide Jana (if I remember her name well) was lovely, caring and had a great knowledge on the country’s history, culture and customs.
“2 great trips with Adriatic Explore”, Reinel1, Nottingham
Been on the Montenegro tour today and Mostar tour on Tuesday. Both very good itineraries, pick up on time, comfortable bus and friendly, knowledgeable guide. Border crossings do take time, but guide and driver do all they can to have documents in order for border control. Do remember your passport (and sensible shoes for Mostar, it’s very slippy surface in old town) Would highly recommend both trips with this company.
“Day trip to Montenegro”, Ginnie, S., Mason
We just completed the day trip from Dubrovnik to Montenegro and it was exceptional. Great stops and Ivana was a fabulous guide and added so much history to the tour. We saw a lot of comments on border crossings and I’m sure it varies by day, but we had no issues at all. Make sure you use the bathroom in Kotor before you go, as there are no stops on the way back. Also pack some drinks and snacks, as it’s along day. If you forget you can always pick something up in Budva.