Be sure to read the Special Notes further down this page for important requirements and restriction.
What you will visit:
Lovćen Hills ATV Adventure
Drive your two-person ATV caravan-style on a fun and sight-filled adventure that takes in the mountains, the seaside and the lush parklands of Mount Lovćen National Park. After a safety briefing, you'll receive your helmet and drive along the Austro-Hungarian road, an eight-kilometer (five-mile) stretch shaded beneath a thick beech forest. Climb off-road terrain to mountaintop lookout points and pause to photograph stunning vistas along the way.
What you will see along the way:
With nothing between you and Montenegro's natural landscapes, you'll be immersed in the sights and smells of the country's wild beauty. Lovćen National Park covers 6,220 hectares, and two thirds of that is a thick blanket of forest. The park is an important reserve for native bird species and is home to more than 200 species, including eagles and falcons.
Venture 1,000 meters above sea level to a secluded place once favored by King Nikola and photograph the beautiful views of Kotor Bay.
A sandwich and a bottle of water is provided for your refreshment.
Special Notes:This tour is sold by ATV (not per person), so only one person in the party needs to order the ATV. The price shown is the cost for the ATV. Each ATV can accommodate two guests. Guests must be in good physical conditions. Minimum age 12 years old, max age is 70. Maximum weight 110 kgs( 240 lbs) per person. Bring sunblock and sunglasses. Helmets will be provided and must be worn. Guests must wear closed-toe shoes and long pants. Drivers must bring a valid Driver's License along.
Guests with physical problems such as back pain, hearth problems, and pregnant women are not allowed to participate.
Medical Restriction:Guests with physical problems such as back pain, hearth problems, and pregnant women are not allowed to participate. Not suitable for guests using wheelchairs/walkers or with walking difficulties.
Tour timeline may vary to avoid overcrowding, etc.