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Prokletije Mountains

Plav, Plav Municipality, Montenegro
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Masterpiece of Mother Nature!

The Prokletije mountain range are part of long mountain chain which is stretching through the... read more

Reviewed 22 December 2016
Samer H
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
breathtaking Views

This is one of the most beautiful places to drive in Montenegro. When we were driving around, i... read more

Reviewed 26 October 2016
Rafael L
Williamsburg, Virginia
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Reviewed 22 December 2016

The Prokletije mountain range are part of long mountain chain which is stretching through the Balkan peninsula, named Dinaric Alps. Not so long ago group of enthusiasts decided to make officially alive long distance trail named Via Dinarica. Prokletije mountains are the most southern in...More

Thank Samer H
Reviewed 26 October 2016 via mobile

This is one of the most beautiful places to drive in Montenegro. When we were driving around, i felt like I was in Pandora from Avatar Movie. Is just beautiful. I would visit this place 100 times again.

1  Thank Rafael L
Reviewed 19 August 2016 via mobile

The mountains seem almost surreal in their beauty. There are many hiking tracks some of which are walkups and some include hiking. We went on a few and enjoyed ourselves a lot. The national park entrance fee is 1€.

Thank Ema P
Reviewed 5 July 2016

Trekking the Montenegrin side of the Accursed Mountains (Prokletije) is now easier due to some very reasonably priced accommodation additions primarily in Grbaje. Probably possible to camp in summer months too. You'll still need your own transport to get to Grbaje or it'll be a...More

5  Thank GoranWembley
Reviewed 2 October 2015 via mobile

When u arrive by bus at Plav ( nothing there) you will have to take a taxi to Gucinje for 5 euro. There u have several hotels in which u can sleep for 10euro/ night. In Gucinje u have a tourist information point but not...More

1  Thank Charles B
Reviewed 27 September 2015

Prokletije on english means "the accursed (mountains)". This mountains are wild but also wonderful and magic.

Thank TifranSRB
Reviewed 21 August 2015

We spent three days in Prokletije National Park in Montenegro. The mountains are stunningly beautiful. The hiking is lovely with great views as reward. The mountainbike opportunities are numerous. But the best part for us was the opportunity for wild camping in the Grbaja Valley,...More

1  Thank Freerk W
Reviewed 20 August 2015

Volusnica is a 700m ascend to a peak which will give yo a magnificent viewing point on that part of the Prokletije mountains. Once on top you can add a 2 hour ridge walk which will bring you back to the track down. The tracked...More

1  Thank Formidabiliman
Reviewed 17 August 2015

I was absolutely stunned with the beauty of area. Due to the luck of time we went by jeep to the place called Grebaje. We went to the nearby katun and had some home made delicacy like milk, yogurt, kajmak, cheese and it is deliciouse....More

Thank Rozafa
Reviewed 4 July 2015

We only had time for two hikes: an easy valley hike in the Ropojana valley and a mountain hike to Volusnica and Tatijanka (from Grebaje valley). The Ropojana valley is full of incredible hydrographic features. If you drive down Ropojana valley to start a hike...More

2  Thank Raf V
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22 March 2017|
Response from Rafael L | Reviewed this property |
Montenegro is a Beautiful place, you would like it. as fa as trek, im not sure if this area is good for that, i was driving by, is a canon, really huge. best way to enjoy it, is driving and making some stop along the... More