Day Trips from Budva

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  • Montenegro Day Trip from Dubrovnik

    1. Montenegro Day Trip from Dubrovnik

    Explore Montenegro on a day trip from Dubrovnik. Visit Bok Kotorska, Perast, Kotor, and Budva.

    Departing from Dubrovnik in the morning enjoy the sights of the Old Town and its surroundings while driving through the beautiful Župa Dubrovačka and the Konavle region. After crossing the Montenegro border, continue along the picturesque Montenegro coast. During the drive through Boka Kotorska Bay, stop at the charming town of Perast. Have the option of visiting the island of Our Lady of the Rocks. During the drive, your host will tell you all about Montenegro's most important cultural monuments, and about the country's history and legends. Upon arrival at Kotor, enjoy free time to explore on your own. The town of Kotor is famous for its nautical tradition, famous commercial fleet, and imposing city walls. After sightseeing, proceed towards Budva. Once at Budva, enjoy anoth...

    Comfortable van service, our guide is very punctual with the schedule and provides information about the area,

  • Montenegro: Durmitor, Tara & Ostrog Monastery Day Trip

    2. Montenegro: Durmitor, Tara & Ostrog Monastery Day Trip

    After a short drive from your meeting point, you will make your first photo stop to capture perspectives of two nearby famous islands, Our Lady of the Rocks and Saint George. From the first photo stop you will move to higher elevations of Montenegro for a second photo stop, above Risan Bay. The trip then continues to Nikšić, the second biggest city in Montenegro. Just before you enter Nikšić, you will receive a third photo stop at the artificial Salty Lake. After about 2 hours of astounding natural landscapes, it will be time to take a much-needed breakfast break, enjoying tasty local food and drink. From Nikšić, you will continue towards the Mountain of Durmitor, where dramatic rocky peaks rise high into the sky. Along the route you will pass dense pine and colorful deciduous forest. The next stop is Đurđevića Tara Bridge, the highest in Europe when built in 1940. If so inclined, time...

    Must do tour in Montenegro. Jelen from 360 Montenegro was amazing. The best part of the tour was the information and care shared by jelen. Would highly recommend.

  • Montenegro: Full-Day Tour to Lovcen National Park & More

    3. Montenegro: Full-Day Tour to Lovcen National Park & More

    This tour starts from Kotor at around 9:00 AM with pickup possible from Budva, Tivat, and Herceg Novi. After a short drive, be amazed by the old road constructed in 1879 by Austro-Hungarians to connect Kotor and Cetinje, the old royal capital. It has 25 curves and there will be several stops for you to take photos and enjoy the beauty of Boka Bay. Enjoy breakfast in Njegusi village, best known as the birthplace of the Petrović dynasty, which ruled Montenegro from 1696 to 1918. The mausoleum sits at the top of a climb of 461 steps. The most impressive part of the mausoleum is the chapel which has 6 sides, and the beautiful ceiling covered with over 200,000 gilded tiles creating a fascinating mosaic.  Then, enjoy a 1-hour walking tour through Cetinje, visiting its main sights, such as Cetinje Monastery where several relics are kept including the remains of St. Peter of Cetinje, particles ...

    One of the best tours I’ve ever had. Everything was amazing and the whole day was so interesting. Helena and Marco made this day perfect. Thanks a lot

  • Montenegro: Tara River Whitewater Rafting

    4. Montenegro: Tara River Whitewater Rafting

    Travel from Kotor, Budva or Tivat to the Tara River Canyon on this 12-hour excursion. The canyon is 1,333 meters deep, making it the deepest in Europe and the second-deepest in the world, after the Grand Canyon of the Colorado River in the U.S. The river itself is 146 kilometers long, and most of it, including the canyon, is protected by UNESCO. The river is ideal for whitewater rafting and is characterized by its spectacular beauty and diversity of wildlife. Detailed Itinerary: 7:00 AM – Depart from Kotor, Budva or Tivat 10:30 AM – Arrive in Šćepan Polje and have breakfast 11:30 AM – Arrive in Brštanovica (starting point of rafting) 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM – Whitewater rafting on the most attractive rapids of the Tara River, short break, time for photos, swimming; arrival in Šćepan Polje, lunch at a restaurant on the river bank 4:00 PM – Return to Kotor, Budva or Tivat with a few stops pos...

    We really enjoyed this tour! Rafting was really cool, the food was delicious, the skipper was funny and professional and our guide was very friendly and shared a lot of interesting facts and tipps about Montenegro.

  • Budva: 3-Hour Paddle Board or Kayak Tour to Coastal Caves

    5. Budva: 3-Hour Paddle Board or Kayak Tour to Coastal Caves

    Take a guided kayaking or paddle board tour along the Budva Riviera in Montenegro. Explore the bay, swim and snorkel over 3 to 3.5 hours.   Begin your tour at Azzuro Beach in Budva. Before taking to the water, you receive safety training and instructions on how to use the equipment.   Then, set off by stand-up paddle board or kayak along the tour route. Pass by the ancient Old Town of Budva, which is 2,500 years old. Admire the coastline’s unique natural formations, such as volcanic rocks, sea caves, grottos, and golden beaches.   Along the way, stop to swim and snorkel in the blue waters of the bay. You will be provided with a mask and snorkel. Make memories underwater and get a link to your photos and video for free after the tour. Once back at the starting point, you can continue exploring on dry land, relax at the beach or have a delicious meal at one of the local cafes or restaurant...

    Viktor is an excellant guide. The caves are amazing and the secludwd beach is a nice rest spot

  • Boka Bay Day Cruise from Kotor, Budva, Tivat or Herceg Novi

    6. Boka Bay Day Cruise from Kotor, Budva, Tivat or Herceg Novi

    Your 8-hour excursion begins in Kotor, Budva or Tivat. From here, your first stop of the day will be Bijela, where you will get the chance to have a refreshing swim. Visit the church and museum on the island before heading to the Blue Cave. Along the way, pass the entire length of UNESCO-protected Kotor Bay, before finally reaching the open sea. At the very entrance of Boka Bay we spot former fortified prison and concentration camp called Mamula. As the entrance to the island is no longer allowed, travel around the island to carefully observe the wild interlace of history and nature. As you sail out from the calm waters of the bay, reach the open sea and arrive at the most attractive cave in the region – its majesty, the Blue Cave! Take a break at Porto Montenegro for lunch and some time to enjoy this picturesque town. From here, begin the sail back to Kotor, you can use this opportun...

    Wunderbarer Tag! Tolles Boot, kristallklares Wasser und wunderschöne Pausen zum schwimmen, entspannen und genießen. An Bord wurden wir kostenlos mit Sekt, Wasser und frischen Obst umsorgt. Für wenig Geld gab es kühles Bier und Wein. Traumhaft! Angenehme Tourguides und eine atemberaubende Landschaft! Danke! 100% Empfehlenswert.

  • From Dubrovnik to Montenegro: Kotor & Budva

    7. From Dubrovnik to Montenegro: Kotor & Budva

    Take in beautiful views of Dubrovnik’s Old Town as you head out of the city and drive along the enchanting Adriatic Coast to the neighboring country of Montenegro. Despite its small size, Montenegro offers a great variety of nature, history, culture and tradition. Discover Kotor, a UNESCO World Heritage Site thanks to its ancient monuments and well-preserved medieval architecture. Follow your guide through the city's historical center and spend time exploring at your leisure. After visiting Kotor Old Town, continue to Budva, one of the oldest cities on the Adriatic Coast. After a tour of the Old Town, ride back to Dubrovnik, known for its sandy beaches and diverse nightlife.

    It was a wonderful trip to Montenegro The guide Christopher is very professional and accommodating

  • From Dubrovnik: Private Full-Day Tour to Montenegro

    8. From Dubrovnik: Private Full-Day Tour to Montenegro

    Montenegro is a country with a rich history and beautiful nature, located less than 1 hour from the city of Dubrovnik. You will have the opportunity to visit all the important historical and natural sights of the Montenegro coastline. The picturesque small towns Risan and Perast will attract you with its charm, and the legend may encourage you to visit the small island of Our Lady of the Rocks. Located on the banks of Kotor Bay, the old town of Kotor is the best preserved urban center from the Middle Ages, typical of the towns that were created in the 12th and 14th centuries. Surrounded by 5-kilometer long ramparts, the town’s medieval architecture and numerous monuments have put Kotor on the UNESCO list of the World Natural and Cultural Heritage Sites. It is also known for its nautical tradition and famous commercial fleet. One of the most beautiful natural attractions is the peninsul...

    Our driver was very knowledgeable and had a terrific personality. She made our trip to Kotor and Budva very enjoyable. A potentially long day became a memorable journey.

  • Coast of Montenegro Private Tour of Perast, Budva & Kotor

    9. Coast of Montenegro Private Tour of Perast, Budva & Kotor

    This 6-hour tour of the Montenegrin coastline will provide you with an opportunity to see the most important coastal towns around Kotor. You will be guided through the Baroque town Perast, where you will take a short boat ride to visit a church and a museum on an artificial 15th century islet Our Lady of the Rocks. After that, you will head back to Perast for a short walk and some free time. The next stop will be Budva old town. On your way there, you will have a few photo opportunities, one of them above Jaz Beach, one of the most beautiful and popular beaches in the Adriatic. In Budva, you will walk the streets of the charming old town there and learn about the 3000 years of history of this interesting place, which is now the center of Montenegrin tourism with many modern hotels and resorts. After Budva, go back to Kotor. On your way back, you will have a photo stop above the Bay of ...

    Our guide Alex was amazing! His knowledge of Kotor was beyond imaginable. We couldn’t have asked for a better day . Thankyou Alex

  • Tirana: Day Trip to Budva

    10. Tirana: Day Trip to Budva

    Begin your experience by meeting at Scanderbeg Square, from where you journey towards Budva. Passing custom controls along the way, you soon arrive to Budva. The old town of Budva is more than 2,500 years old. It is one of the oldest towns in Europe, built with a unique architectonic and urban entity. The old town is considered as “the place to be seen”, where you can find items ranging from designer clothes to souvenirs to take with you as a memory. In the middle of the town you can discover the Citadel, the castle of Budva which offers outstanding views of the Riviera. Following that, move on to soak up the amazing views of Sveti Stefan, one of the most amazing islets of Budva. This town is one of the most attractive coastal cities of Montenegro, and the old part of the city is the jewel on the crown. As an illustration of that, encounter the Italian presence around the city through ...

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We really enjoyed this tour! Rafting was really cool, the food was delicious, the skipper was funny and professional and our guide was very friendly and shared a lot of interesting facts and tipps about Montenegro.

Our guide Jelena was fantastic and a true one woman show. We had a very good time and discovered lots of beautiful places !

Comfortable van service, our guide is very punctual with the schedule and provides information about the area,

The trip was very straightforward, very well organized and just worth seeing.

worth it! Visited 3 towns and short ferry trip in Tivat is a PLUS :)