From a serenity of calm seas to adrenaline filled water streams.
For thousands of years, the Inuit used kayaks to stalk and catch pray along the Arctic shores. Today, you can use this vessel to enjoy the hidden beauties of Montenegro. If you decide to kayak its sea, rivers or lakes, you are guaranteed to have a great time and experience magnificent views.
Kayaking around Kotor Bay, the largest bay in the Adriatic Sea, will allow you to experience it in all its glory. Visit some of its smaller settlements like Risan, Perast, Rose and Njivice. Also, you can visit the old Austro-Hungarian fortresses in Mamula and Arza. The island of Mamula is home to the most beautiful fortress in the Adriatic Sea, a place where prisoners were held during the time of war, so this place is also known as the “Island of Death”. Visit Mirište (Luštica Penninsula) and discover the crystal blue colour of Plava špilja (Blue Cave), the most beautiful cave in the Montenegrin coast, as well as the beauty of towers and fortresses in Herceg Novi (Citadela, Forte Mare, Arza…).
You can use kayak to visit the unique ecosystem of Skadar Lake National Park. In addition to its 264 bird species, enjoy its cultural heritage Virpazar, Vranjina, Rijeka Crnojevića, Godinje, fishing villages and others.