National reserves and parks

Botanical garden of Daniel Vincek
 Botanical Garden of Daniel Vinchek (Dulovina) is located at an altitude of 1018 m. above sea level in the southern part of Kolasin. The garden is located on a hill, and its very location provides optimal conditions for the growth of 400 species of plants, most of which are endemic, and approximately 80% of which is classified as a medicinal herb.  Botanical Garden in Kolasin appeared in 1981, thanks to the efforts of an amateur botanist Daniel Vinchek. By organizing this garden, he found the best way to preserve valuable and rare plants growing in remote places. Daniel Vinchek is helped by his wife Vera in everything.  On the area of 646 square meters is created a natural environment for the growth of trees, shrubs and herbs typical to this place. Botanical Garden staff conduct scientific research, observing the plants, photographing them and thus making files on each of their ward. All plants in the botanical garden have nameplates, that make a walk through the garden more interesting and informative.  The most important exhibit of the botanical garden is considered to be a typical for the Balkan Peninsula, but not found anywhere else tree - Pinus Peuce with a 5-needle structure of branches.  Some plants have...
Botanical Park Tivatska Solila
Tivatska Solila - a unique natural bird sanctuary, which is located on the site of the former salt pans.. It is located near Tivat, between the airport Tivat and the peninsula Lustica. People come here to observe waders, including such unusual for these places, like pink flamingos or Javanese cormorants. On the territory special paths are made for visitors. It is recommended to arm with a good pair of binoculars before visiting this place, as the birds nest and feed away from the tourist paths. If you come without binoculars, do not worry: you will be able to admire and make beautiful pictures of amazing local salt marshes. In the future, the Montenegrin authorities are planning to convert this reserve in the ornithological park that will attract there even more tourists.Tivatska Solila - is the place where in the Middle Ages salt was collected, which was worth more than gold. The salt was formed from the evaporation of sea water and settled in special earthen ramparts. According to the extant historical sources in 1425, all Solila was divided into 109 plots, 24 of which belonged to the Metropolitan Zetas, 27 - to residents of Lustica, 10 – to residents of Dzhurashevichi village, 32 - to the town of Kotor and 16 - to...

National Park Biogradska gora
Biogradska Gora National Park (Nacionalni park Biogradska gora) is located north of Kolašin ski resort, between the valleys of two rivers Tara and Lim. The total area of the park is 52 km² including woodland with area 1600 hectares, mountain slopes and tops, six glacial lakes, one of which is the biggest Biogradsko Lake (Biogradsko jezero), located at the very entrance to the park. Biogradska River flows into Biogradsko Lake. The Jezerstica river flows out of Biogradsko lake and flows into the Tara river in few kilometers away. Lake Biograd (Biogradsko jezero) is especially beautiful in early autumn. It is the starting point of numerous hiking routs to different corners of the park. Pesica Lake is the second lake by size, located at the foot of Crna glava, Borova glava and Cmiljeva glava peaks at height of 1838 m. There are other lakes located within the territory of the National park: Great Ursulovacko and Small Ursulovacko, Great Sisko and Small Sisko. There is a marked climbing rout for 2139 height. Protection of the region of Biogradska Gora dates back to 1878 after Kolašin was liberated from Turkish rule. This area was presented to King Nikola, the Ruler of Montenegro.  There are about 20% of endemic types of...
National Park Durmitor
Durmitor (Nacionalni park Durmitor) became the National Park in 1958. It was inscribed on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1980. Within 39 000 hectares of the nature conservancy zone, there are 18 glacial lakes, 748 mountain springs, 48 mountain peaks 2000 meters high with the highest peak Bobotov Kuk, which is 2 523 m high and. There are five mountain canyons, among which the most famous and longest one is The Tara River Canyon. The National Park of Durmitor is not only ecological reserve of Montenegro, but also of all Europe. Untouched picturesque mountains and pine-woods, mountain rivers and lakes can amaze anyone, who has once visited this place. Astonishing flora and fauna of this park attracts lovers of nature. Besides, in winter Durmitor becomes an active winter resort. The most popular town of Durmitor ski resort is Žabljak. There is the longest snow skiing piste 2313m on the top of Savin Kuk.Untouched sightseeing. The most famous and the biggest out of 18 lakes of Durmitor is Black Lake (Crno jezero), located at the foot of ski resort Zabljak. The Montenegrins call it "Black eyes". In winter lake is bigger and in summer it dries up partially, making a strait so that top view gives an idea of two...

National Park Lovcen
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Lovcen National Park (Nacionalni park Lovćen) was proclaimed a national park in 1952. Lovćen stands on the border between two climate zones, mediterranean and continental, that has caused the development of rich wild life with numerous endemic species of plants and animals. 1/3 out of the existed species of Montenegrin flora can be found here.  The park is also inhabited by wolves, bears, wild boars, foxes, deer, rabbits, hedgehog, voles, about 200 bird species, 11 species of reptiles and a great number of insects. There are 2 highest peaks of Lovcen mountains, Štirovnik 749m above the sea, you get there just having special equipment; and Jezerskivrh 1 657m above the sea, where Njegos Mausoleum is located. Lovcen National Park is beautiful at any season. Driving along mountain serpentine road, you will see the change of nature. On the shore you can enjoy palms, magnolia, acacia, but here you will see a real forest of north latitude.Lifehack: Visiting Cetinje in summer, do not forget to take a coat and jeans. The difference in temperature between a hot seashore and Cetinje can be 10-15 degrees. In winter, it may snow, especially at the top of Njegoš Mausoleum.How to get to Lovcen? From Cetinje, you can get to...
National Park Prokletije
Nacionalni park nalazi se u opštini Plav u samom centru planine Prokletie na granici sa Albanijom. Proklete planine se često nazivaju Albanske Alpe

National Park Skadar Lake
Skadar Lake or Shkodra lake (Skadarko jezero) is one of the national parks and the main sightseeing of Montenegro. It is the largest lake at Balkan Peninsula, divided between two countries Montenegro and Albania. It impresses with its size and beauty. The biggest part of the lake belongs to Montenegro, which consists 2/3 of the lake Skadar. Lake was declared a national park in 1983.Most authors agree that the Skadar Lake basin is of tectonic origin which had been formed due to the complex folding and faulting. According to different sources, the period of lake formation dated from the creation and till 65 million years ago. Previously, lake was a bay of the Adriatic sea and now it is divided by alluvial neck. Alimentation of lake is realized at the expanse of 6 rivers, the biggest among them are Morača and Crnojevića. It falls into Bojana river near the city of Shkodër in northern Albania. On an average, the total area of lake is 475 km2, in case of drought season it decreases 390 km2 and increases 523 km2 in winter season. Certainly, it is not the biggest lake in Europe, but it is included to 15 biggest European lakes, taking the 13th position. Sailing over the lake, one can see white water lily blossom in huge...
Park (Botanical Garden) Milocer
Milocer had been a favorite place of holiday for the royal family for many years. Resort Milocer is admired today from the windows of his apartment, the President of Montenegro, various celebrities and simply rich people of the planet. This is an exclusive place, situated just 500 m. from the world famous island-hotel "Sveti Stefan". Town-resort Milocer was founded in 1934 next to the residence of the royal family of Serbia. Stone buildings in Milocer were the castle once, where rested Karadjordjevic royal family. In summer King Nikola and his family often spent time there. Now at the entrance to the park Miločer is hanging a map, which marked the territory of private residences, and where can move tourists.Park (Botanical Garden) Milocer is located near the settlement Przno, 6 km from Budva, and covers an area of about 18 hectares. The park is landscaped in the French classical style - a riot of tropical vegetation, framed by stone arches and exquisite borders annually lured crowds of tourists. Here, in addition to a variety of Mediterranean pine trees, grow rare and exotic plants (e.g., various cacti, tropical mimosa, etc.), imported from America, Asia and Africa. In addition, in the park you can find plants such as...

Park in Tivat
The city park in Tivat is located near the city center, near the Przno beach and is not only a place for recreation, but also one of the attractions of this resort city. Tivat city park covers more than 4 hectares, on which is located the largest botanical garden in the South Adriatic, better known as “Fleet Park”.
Ultsinskaya salt-works
Ultsinckaya salt-works is located in the farthest southern part of Montenegro and covers approximately 14.5 km2 of saline pool. Ulcinj is the sunniest city of the former Yugoslavia. There are 2567 hours of sunlight in the year in Ulcinj. Thus, Ulcinj is an ideal place for salt-works, taking into consideration, that for salt production must be good evaporation of sea water. There is an ideal habitat for birds from all over the Adriatic Sea, the Balkans and the Mediterranean in the city. It is recorded 241 bird species in Ulcinj, it is 50% of the total number of bird species recorded in Europe. 15 species of birds use the pools for nesting, wintering or resting during spring or autumn migration, which is higher than 1% of the total number of birds on planete. On the surface of 15 km2 live - 3% of pelicans Pelecanus crispus, 3% tailed Godwit Limosa limosaili and 3% of red-snipe Tringa erythropus. On salt-works make nests 55 species of birds. Almost half of the total number of breeding pairs of aquatic birds make their nests in the salt-works. 70 species, recorded in this area, are of special interest for the protection of EC. Flocks of herons also inhabit the salt-works, but their number is decreasing faster than other...

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Picturesque and ecologically clean mountainous country of Montenegro is fraught with a huge number of gifts of pristine nature: the sea and beaches, clear glacial lakes and mountain rivers, mountains and canyons, valleys and vineyards, olive groves, pine forests and centuries-old meadows. All these natural attractions, as well as favorable climatic features of the region led to the fact that in various places in Montenegro National parks and nature reserves are located, which are protected by international conventions and laws. Believe me, all this splendor is really worth it.
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