Discover the Beauty of the Medieval Monastery Kom
Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
Embark on a private boat tour from the quaint fishing village nestled in the heart of Lake Skadar. Glide through a narrow river channel flanked by reed fields and rows of willow trees, and marvel at the breathtaking scenery that unfolds before you. A vast canvas of blue waters and majestic mountains, including the towering Vranjina, the closest among them, proudly overlooking the largest lake in southern Europe.
As you pass under the nearby bridge connecting the island of Vranjina to Bar and Podgorica, you’ll enter a tranquil path surrounded by endless fields of water chestnuts. Soon, you’ll spot the ruins of Lesendro, an 18th-century fortification, and its avian inhabitants. Take a deep breath of fresh air as you approach the spot where Lake Skadar meets its most abundant water source, the Morača. Your eyes will be mesmerized by the view of thousands of white and yellow water lilies nestled behind the three islets.
- You can combine our tours according to your wishes and needs.
- The tours are considered private if there are a maximum of 10 people on board. For more than ten people, contact us by email for more details and prices.
- You can also decide how long you want to stay on the lake, which boat you want to go with, etc.
- Don't hesitate to contact us if you need any additions. We'll do everything to fulfil your wishes.
The tour include:
- Sightseeing boat tour
- Trying local wine
Know before you go:
- Please note that we don't provide lunch or meals during the tour. You're welcome to bring your own food or eat out before/after the tour. However, if you'd like us to organise your meal for you, please contact us by e-mail at least a few days before the tour.
- Please note that the National park fee is not included in the price. It is mandatory to pay it upon arrival. It costs 4 EUR per person (free for children under 7).
- Please arrive at the meeting point 30 minutes before the activity starts, to check-in.
- Keep in mind that, during the summer, Montenegro has constant traffic jams, so be sure to plan your journey to Virpazar ahead. By arriving earlier, you avoid headaches over finding a parking spot for your car.