It was a good day trip. Pick up was on time. Bus was comfortable. Guide and driver were friendly. Guide provided us with a wealth of knowledge. Its a long day but worth the trip.
Kotor and Budva are two of the highlights of Montenegro’s Adriatic coast, but seeing both from Dubrovnik can be complicated unless you hire a car. On this full-day small-group tour, meet your vehicle and guide at your Dubrovnik hotel and make your way to Montenegro. Admire the fjords at the Bay of Kotor, stroll through Kotor’s Old Town, and independently explore Budva before returning to your Dubrovnik hotel.
Meet your guide at your hotel and depart with your small group from Dubrovnik in an air-conditioned minivan. After you cross the border into Montenegro, take a scenic drive around the Bay of Kotor and admire the deep fjords. Arrive in Kotor and walk around the streets and squares of the town with your guide. Stroll through Old Town and catch sight of St. Tryphon Cathedral.
Continue on to Budva. Enjoy two hours of free time to independently explore the scenic seaside town.
Travel across the Bay of Kotor on your way back to Dubrovnik. Your tour concludes with a hotel drop-off.
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There are many companies that do the day trip to Montenegro and I specifically selected this one because it advertised itself as a mini bus. Mini bus to me is not more than 10 people. The bus seated 20. I'll give the very knowledgable guide...More
Dear Susiethefloosie, Thank you for your review, and for your feedback, unfortunately what for you is minibus actualy is a wan, all vehicels with more than 10 seats are minibuses, and if you would please be that kind to google definition of minibus on wikipedia...More
We were picked up at Pele Gate. It is comfortable to travel by minibus. Travel to Montenegro was smooth except about 20 minutes of border check at Bosnia's Neum. On the bus, the guide gave some good information about the places that we were going...More
On this trip you will see some stunning scenery on the way to Perast, which is an old village. From here you then get a boat and go and visit a small island called Lady of the Rocks which was interesting and then if you...More