The little pearl in the Adriatic Sea

This little country has amazing things to offer.

Montenegro (or "Black Mountain") is a small country on the entrance of the Adriatic Sea, with very long history and amazing nature. Its lush mountains fall straight into the sea, creating wonderful landscapes, stunning bays and beaches.

Perun Tours offers you a hassle-free trip to this beautiful country, with direct flights and accommodation.

Packages 4 nights from only AED 5499, or 7 days from only AED 5899 per person!

Things to do while in Montenegro:

Visit the medieval city of Kotor

One of the most preserved medieval cities in the Balkans, Kotor is a perfect example of the Venetian architecture and its influence. Spend some time wandering the maze of streets and alleyways throughout Kotor's Old Town, pausing for a meal at a traditional restaurant or a cold beverage at a sidewalk café in one of the piazzas.

Enjoy the riviera of Budva

The 2500-year old city of Budva is the anchor of the Budva Riviera, stretching along the central Montenegro coast. A magnet for tourists of all origins and persuasions, Budva can offer many magnificent beaches, backed by the clear, turquoise and aquamarine-blue hues of the Adriatic Sea.

Have a trip to Ulcinj

A pearl in the south of Motenegro, Ulcinj is an infamous Adriatic port, once known as a pirate stronghold. Placed close to Albanian border, this muslim-majority city offers beautiful beaches - its "Velika Plaza" (or Large Beach) with its 12km length is the longest beach on the Montenegro coast.

Experience the Blue Grotto

Montenegro's still relatively undiscovered Lustica Peninsula is home to charming villages, beautiful beaches, and the Blue Grotto. Named for its florescent blue water with dramatic hues from the light reflecting off the sandy bottom in the round-shaped cave. Accessible only by boat from Herceg Novi, it is a wonderful experience.

Visit the Lipa Cave

One of the largest caves in Montenegro, Lipa Cave, is in the mountains north and just east of Budva. A visit begins with a ride on a miniature train through the wild countryside, full of pomegranate and wild fig trees, to the cave's entrance. From here, you'll join a guided tour through some of the 3.5 kilometers of passages and great halls carved by thousands of years of dripping water and its underground river.

Tour the Cliff Monastery of Ostrog.

Built during the 17th century as a refuge against Ottoman Empire invaders, Ostrog Monastery is now a major Christian pilgrimage destination. The entire monastery was carved from a cave on a nearly vertical cliff. It is quite an impressive site, with two inner cave churches that can be visited.

Package includes:

  • Return flight tickets
  • Return transfers airport-hotel-airport
  • Accommodation in standard room (no meals)
  • International Travel insurance including COVID

Package does not include:

  • Visas (if required)
  • Tours and attraction tickets
  • Activities organized by the hotel
  • Tips, meals and personal expenses

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