Kotor Tours - Your Private Tour Guide Adventure in Montenegro

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Port of Kotor, Montenegro

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KOTOR TOURS - We are a subsidiary of Novi Travel d.o.o. a tour agency from Herceg Novi, Montenegro.

We specialize in organizing day and multi-day tours and excursions in Montenegro as well as nearby Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Serbia, Albania and Macedonia. We are a partner of several DMC cruise companies and we organize short and all-day excursions from the port city of Kotor. We also partner with several youth organizations from North America and Europe specializing in providing multi-day socio-educational travel camps for teenagers.

We are fluent in English, Dutch, German, French, Russian, Italian and Spanish.

With 20 years of experience we provide authentic, personalized and ever-lasting impressions of Montenegro and our surrounding countries. Our goal is to provide you with an everlasting impression of our unique little world, our way of life and for our guests to feel a personal connection with Montenegro. 

We are always looking for a way to exceed customer expectations. In our programs we offer various activities such as rafting, hiking, jeep safari, adventure park, diving, sailing and of course the very best wine and olive oil tasting in the region.

We take you to the most beautiful and unique places of Montenegro so you can meet the small and incredibly diverse country and call it your own. In many of our excursions, you will meet Montenegrin families and experience the warmth of Montenegrin hospitality not to mention the pride we take in making your Montenegro travels a life-long treasure.

Kotor Tours provides exclusivity, excellence in service and an insiders perspective into Montenegro. Kotor Tours - your specialist in tours and excursions in and around Montenegro!


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RECOMMENDED - Kotor Shore excursions

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Mini Montenegro Tour: Budva Riviera, Porto Montenegro (Tivat), Kotor Bay and Old Town Kotor.

Duration: 4-5 hours

Price159 € (2-3 guests), 249 € (4-6 guests), upon request (7-18 guests)

Budva is one of the most cosmopolitan cities on the Adriatic coast. In the heart of this tourism capital of Montenegro is the old town, surrounded by a medieval wall, ocean cliffs and sand beaches. Inside the old town there are numerous picturesque streets to explore. The old town is the legacy of the Greco-Roman world, Byzantine culture and the cultural mosaic of the turbulent Middle Ages including the Roman Catholic St. John's Cathedral and the Eastern Orthodox Church of the Holy Trinity. The central square of the town is dominated by an Austro-Hungarian fortress, simply known as the citadel, which was built in the 19th century. Our guide takes you through this historic labyrinth full of culture.
After Budva we drive to Sveti Stefan where we stop for a photo shoot. (With smaller groups it is also possible to take a very nice walk along Sveti Stefan). It is one of the most idyllic places on the Adriatic coast. The village situated on the peninsula (originally a fishing village) was one of the most popular destinations for the rich until the early nineties. Among the famous guests include Claudia Schiffer, Sylvester Stallone and Elizabeth Taylor.
 .Includes: transportation and entrance fees

Jewels of Kotor Bay  Tour: Old Town Kotor, Kotor Bay, Perast and Island/Church Our Lady of Skrpjela (Rocks)

Duration: 4 hours

Price: 185 € (2-3 guests), 295 € (4-6 guests), upon request (7-18 guests)

Kotor is one of the worlds hottest destinations of 2016 thanks to its popularity with world renown travel publishers including Lonely Planet and Wikitravel. Everyone has their own interpretation, nevertheless all experience it as something unique and incredibly impressive. Kotor and the Bay of Kotor have been UNESCO protected since 1979 for its natural and cultural features. Inside the frantic and spontaneous Old Town you will feel the genuine spirit of a living old town, not a museum. Its squares are unforgettable, its palaces; harmonious and its monumental architecture; breathtaking. 

Perast - The baroque city, is famous for its maritime legacy which made it the center of the Bay of Kotor during its peak in the 17th and 18th century. Witnessing to Perasts' fame in our time are the richly decorated facades and beautiful architecture of its Venetian palaces.  The Maritime Museum offers the best opportunity to get acquainted with the rich history of this city. Also worth seeing is the St. Nicholas Church, whose bell tower offers a spectacular view.
Perast is also famous for two islands off of its coast. The island of Our Lady of the Rocks was originally just a small underwater reef, but thanks to the century old tradition of rock throwing by sailors and the spirit of the locals it is now a man-made island and the most revered church in the bay.

Old Town Kotor Walking Tour: squares, palaces and monumental architecture.

Duration: 45 minutes. With visits to St. Tryphons Cathedral and the Maritime Museum - 1.5 hours

Price: 60 € for tour guide + entrance fees per visitor 

Old Town Kotor is an ancient port and trading town, situated on the inmost point of the Bay of Kotor (popularly known as "Europe's southernmost fjord"). It is encircled by an impressive fortified wall built in the 13th and 14th century, the almost vertical cliffs of Mount Lovcen and is on UNESCO's World Heritage List. Kotor has one of the most spectacular Mediterranean landscapes thanks to its beautiful old town and the incredibly dramatic collision of sea and mountain.
The Mediterranean spirit of the town, the spontaneous layout of the streets and squares, the architecture and the cafe's and restaurants all combine to give the town an irresistible feel. 
Kotor is one of the cultural epicenters of Montenegro. We visit the monumental Cathedral of St. Tryphon (1166) and the churches of St. Nicholas (1909) and St. Luke (1195), as well as the Maritime Museum of Montenegro and the Venetian palaces of many of Kotor's Noble families. We tour the most story filled old town gates and the main Square of Arms.  

about Montenegro

Montenegro, the gem of the Mediterranean, unique in so many ways, packed in natural and cultural diversity, is situated in the east coast of the south Adriatic Sea and the most mountainous part of Dinaric Alps in southeast Europe or Balkan Peninsula. Nowhere else can you find, so much natural wealth, diverse beauty, mild beaches, clear lakes, fast rivers, and gorgeous mountains in such a compact area as in Montenegro. In the morning you can wake up along the beautiful Adriatic coast, have lunch on the banks of the breathtaking Skadar Lake, and enjoy an evening walk in the Montenegrin mountains. The beauty is captivating. Not only an excellent choice for holidays, Montenegro has many other remarkable characteristics: history, culture, tradition, good weather conditions, clean air, beautiful nature, the blue Adriatic Sea.... Everyone should visit Montenegro. This little country combines features of both the Balkans and the Mediterranean, near Serbia, Bosnia, Croatia, Italy and Albania. Despite its small size, Montenegro offers great diversity and abundant natural beauty. Don't forget to take your camera to capture the dream-like grandeur of every view in Montenegro. You won't need to stage your photos; just click and capture the most beautiful photos from your holidays in your album.

Native Name: Crna Gora (Црна Гора)

Capital: Podgorica (Royal Capital: Cetinje)

Languages: Montenegrin (Serbian, Bosnian, Croatian), Albanian

Statehood - Independence from Serbia & Montenegro - June 3, 2006

- Creation of Yugoslavia - December 1, 1918

- Proclaimed Kingdom - August 28, 1910

- Principality proclaimed - January 1, 1852

- Theocratic state (independent of Ottoman Empire) by Prince-bishopric rulers - 1515

- Local rulers 11th-15th cent

- Part of Roman and Eastern Roman Empire - antiquity to 12th cent

Area - 13,812 km2 (161st in the world)

Population - 650,000 inhabitants

Religion - 75% Orthodox, 20% Muslim, 5% Catholic

Currency - Euro (€)

GDP - $16,654 (PPP), $6,500 (Nominal)

Time Zone - UTC +1



Montenegro is officially divided into 23 municipalities, which can be grouped into five regions:Regions of Montenegro

Bay of Kotor
This bay is considered one of the most beautiful bays in the world and popularly known as Europe's southern most fyord. The bay features the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Perast and Kotor, as well as tourist centers of Herceg Novi and Tivat.
Budva Riviera
The main tourist destination with natural sand beaches, historic villages and wild nightlife.
Central Montenegro
This is the heart of the country with the state capital Podgorica, the historical Royal Capital Cetinje and the industrial center Nikšić. It is also home to natural beauty, such as Skadar Lake National Park and Lovćen National Park.
Montenegrin South Coast
The Adriatic coast around the old towns of Bar and Ulcinj, featuring the longest beach in the country - Velika Plaza (Grand Beach, 12 km).

         North Montenegrin Mountains
This region is entirely situated within the Dinaric Alps, famous for its untouched wild nature and alpine mountains. A must is the Tara River Canyon in Durmitor National Park. Žabljak is Montenegro's winter sports capital.


Climate - Montenegro's lower areas along the coast enjoy a Mediterranean climate, having dry summers and mild, rainy winters. Central and northern regions have Continental climate, where temperature varies greatly with elevation.  Montenegro's mountainous regions receive some of the highest amounts of rainfall in Europe. In the northern mountains, snow is present throughout the spring.

THINGS TO DO and See in Kotor

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1. OLD TOWN KOTOR - Kotor is an ancient port and trading town. It is encircled by an impressive fortress wall which is on UNESCO's World Heritage List. Kotor is one of the most spectacular Mediterranean landscapes thanks to its old town and almost vertical cliffs rising from the sea.

2. NJEUGSI VILLAGE & MOUNT LOVCEN - This is were you meet Montenegro, which literally means "black mountain". The trip will show you the full cultural and geographic variety that Montenegro combines.

3. PERAST & GOSPA OF SKRPJELA ISLAND - A boat trip through one of the most beautiful bays in the world, the Bay of Kotor (Boka Bay). We visit the best preserved old town in Montenegro - Perast, as well as the island of Our Lady of the Rocks (Gospa of Skrpjela Island).


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4. BUDVA & SVETI STEFAN - Cosmopolitan Montenegro. Combines a startling natural surrounding, the incredible beaches of the Budva Riviera, the ancient Old Town Budva and world class luxury.

5. TIVAT AND PORTO MONTENEGRO - The luxurious and world renown super yacht marina of Porto Montonegro has helped make the Bay of Kotor a favourite destination for yacht lovers. The port also features a Mediterranean styled marina village with luxurious residential developments, high end shops and cafe's and the Regent Porto Montenegro Hotel.

6. TICI VILLAGE: MORIC FAMILY ORGANIC OLIVE FARM - We will take a tour of the olive grove and hear all about the production of organic olive oil. After this trip you will become a true olive oil connoisseur.


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