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The Centre houses the natural history collection of the National Park, a shop selling souvenirs, handicraft items, as well as a room for the screening of films with a capacity of 30 visitors. It is located in the main building of the National Park...more
| National Park Authority Building, near Crno Lake, Zabljak, Durmitor National Park, Zabljak Municipality, Montenegro
This breathtaking national park was formed by glaciers and is traversed by rivers and underground streams. Along the Tara river canyon, which has the deepest gorges in Europe, the dense pine forests are interspersed with clear lakes and harbour a wide range of endemic flora.
I don't know why this attraction is for the Visitor Centre. The real attraction is the park itself. After you pass through the entry gates, there is about a 700 meter walk to Black Lake. The views of the Durmitor Mountains beyond the lake are...More
I came with little idea as to what to do in the national park, luckily I met a local who gave me great advice. Both of the following activities use the town of Zabljak as a start point.
1. Half day activity: Black lake.
We visited Durmitor during the weekend in the middle of summer. Zabljak and also our camping were super crowded, however, when we walked up to the mountains, people disappeared. We made a hike from Zabljak to Crvena Grzeda (beautiful views!), there we more chamoises than...More
Durmitor is staggeringly beautiful and a very, very special treat for anyone who enjoys natural beauty, the outdoors. We have loved every point we've been able to visit and experience but want to come back to discover more!