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Yes, we are a fully registered Montenegrin company. Exciting Montenegro is travel agency licensed by the Ministry of Tourism of Montenegro. License number: 689

The best time to visit Montenegro largely depends on your preferences and the activities you plan to engage in. Montenegro enjoys a Mediterranean climate with mild winters and warm summers, offering something for every season.

For beach lovers and sun seekers, the summer months from June to September are the most popular. During this time, temperatures range from 25°C to 35°C (77°F to 95°F) along the coast, making it perfect for swimming, sunbathing, and water activities. The coastal towns and beaches come alive with a vibrant atmosphere, and you can indulge in the lively beach clubs and waterfront restaurants.

If you prefer milder temperatures and fewer crowds, the shoulder seasons of spring (April to May) and autumn (September to October) are ideal. During these months, the weather is pleasantly warm, with temperatures ranging from 15°C to 25°C (59°F to 77°F). It’s a great time to explore the national parks, hike in the mountains, and visit historical sites without the summer crowds.

Winter (December to February) in Montenegro offers a different experience, especially for those who enjoy winter sports. The mountainous regions, such as Durmitor and Bjelasica, receive snowfall, creating perfect conditions for skiing, snowboarding, and other winter activities. The temperatures can range from -5°C to 10°C (23°F to 50°F) in the mountains, so be sure to pack warm clothing.

It’s worth noting that the weather can vary across different regions of Montenegro. Coastal areas enjoy a Mediterranean climate, while the inland regions and mountains experience cooler temperatures and more pronounced seasonal changes.

Ultimately, the best time to visit Montenegro depends on your personal preferences and the activities you wish to engage in. Consider the weather, crowd levels, and the type of experience you desire when planning your trip. No matter when you choose to visit, Montenegro’s natural beauty and rich cultural heritage will leave you mesmerised.

Pre-adventure arrangements with one of our team, a private Exciting Montenegro guide that takes care of every detail of the trip including the the airport pickup and drop-off, accommodation and the adventure logistics, most meals and snacks (varies by adventure), any entrance fees to National or Regional parks. We have no hidden extra costs, you will always have final price of arrangement!

We specialise in small group adventures. Small groups allow for experiencing nature in an intimate way and make bonding with us and other adventure participants easier. So, unless booked for a private group, our tours do not exceed 8 and are most commonly tailored for 2-4 persons but we always can make exceptations on request. Also, we understand that a lot of people love to travel alone so it is possible to create tour for one person where person agree to pay price for minimum requirement of each tour (usually 2 persons).

Mainly in hotels, motels, lodges or guest houses – see individual adventures itinerary for details. Please be understanding and bear in mind that some of our adventures are operating at remote areas where options can be limited. We will always make sure that you stay in clean and safe accommodation. Whenever possible we choose places that minimise travel time to nearby sites and activities.

Yes, you can request a tailor made tour or contact us through enquiry form at homepage, choosing few activities you’d like to try in Montenegro and we’ll make it a reality.

Of course, just let us know in advance.

Yes. You will most commonly need hiking shoes, appropriate clothing, refillable water bottle, head torch as well as sun and insect protection.
Once you book an adventure with us we will email you a list of recommended gear and appropriate clothing.

At present we operate a two 5-seat 4×4 vehicles, which we alternate depending on the group size and the adventure location as well as 8-seat vans from our partners. Anyway, you will travel comfortably in safe and clean vehicles.

We accept payments in EUR, GBP and USD.

For EU citizens as well as UK and USA citizens visa is not required at this moment, you can stay in Montenegro 3 months but please check this in advance or make a enquiry to us and we can make a checking for you.

The local currency in Montenegro is the Euro (€). Since Montenegro is not a part of the European Union, it does not have its own currency and has adopted the Euro as its official currency. This makes it convenient for travelers from Eurozone countries, as they can use the same currency without the need for currency exchange.

Credit cards are widely accepted in Montenegro, especially in larger towns, tourist areas, hotels, restaurants, and shops. Visa and Mastercard are the most commonly accepted credit cards, while American Express and Diners Club may have more limited acceptance. It’s advisable to carry some cash, especially for small purchases, local markets, or establishments in remote areas that may not accept cards.

ATMs are available throughout the country, allowing you to withdraw cash in Euros using your debit or credit card. It’s recommended to inform your bank or card provider about your travel plans to Montenegro to ensure smooth transactions and to inquire about any potential international transaction fees or currency conversion fees that may apply.

Overall, using credit cards and accessing cash through ATMs should be relatively easy in Montenegro, providing you with flexibility and convenience during your visit.

Yes, Montenegro is a fantastic family holiday destination with a wide range of attractions and activities that cater to different age groups and interests. Here are a few reasons why Montenegro is an excellent choice for a family vacation:

  1. Beautiful Beaches: Montenegro boasts stunning coastal areas with crystal-clear waters and picturesque beaches. Places like Budva, Becici, and Ulcinj offer family-friendly beaches where children can play in the sand, swim, and engage in various water activities.

  2. Outdoor Adventures: Montenegro’s diverse landscapes provide ample opportunities for outdoor adventures suitable for families. From hiking in Durmitor National Park to rafting on the Tara River and exploring Lake Skadar, there are plenty of exciting activities to keep everyone entertained.

  3. Historical and Cultural Sites: Montenegro has a rich history and offers fascinating cultural sites to explore. Visit the fortified old towns of Kotor and Budva, discover ancient ruins at the ancient city of Stari Bar, and explore the historical capital of Cetinje.

  4. Family-Friendly Resorts: Montenegro has numerous family-friendly resorts that cater to the needs of families with children. These resorts offer a range of amenities and activities, such as kids’ clubs, pools, water parks, and entertainment options suitable for all ages.

  5. Safety: Montenegro is generally considered a safe destination for travelers, including families. The local people are friendly and welcoming, and the country has a low crime rate, ensuring a secure environment for your family to enjoy their vacation.

  6. Cultural Immersion: Exposing your children to different cultures and traditions is an enriching experience. Montenegro’s unique blend of influences from the Balkans, Mediterranean, and Ottoman Empire provides a rich cultural experience that can broaden their horizons.

  7. Scenic Beauty: Montenegro’s natural beauty is awe-inspiring, with its dramatic mountains, pristine lakes, and stunning coastline. Exploring the country’s landscapes together as a family can create unforgettable memories and offer opportunities for outdoor picnics, nature walks, and scenic drives.

It’s worth noting that while Montenegro is generally family-friendly, it’s always advisable to plan and research activities and accommodations that specifically cater to families. Additionally, ensure you pack appropriate supplies for your children and take necessary precautions to ensure their safety and well-being during your trip.