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The highest town in the Balkans, the deepest canyon in Europe.
A rugged wonderland for outdoor enthusiasts, Zabljak is the highest town on the Balkan Pensinula. Located next to the impossible rugged Durmitor National Park (the name has the same root as "dormitory," but is anything but soporific), this is an ideal place for hiking, mountain climbing, spelunking, and biking, or just escaping the summer heat.
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Nearby is the Tara River Canyon. At 1300 meters (4300 feet) deep, it's Europe's deepest gorge, and perfect for rafting or ziplining. The area has 18 glacial lakes, known as the "Eyes of the Mountain," which make for scenic walks. We recommend heading to the largest, Black Lake. Take advantage of four months of snow by snowboarding or skiing. No matter the season, you'll enjoy epic views, and tasty traditional cuisine.

Popular Tour Itineraries Featuring Zabljak

Spend some time in Zabljak on a tour that takes in other cities in Montenegro and neighboring countries. Our vacation packages including Zabljak and other destinations throughout Montenegro and Europe hassle-free. We take care of getting you from place to place, accommodation, excursions and activities.

Frequently Asked Questions about travel to Zabljak

How many days should I spend in Zabljak?
We suggest spending two nights in Zabljak area which will allow you to explore majority of must visit sites of Montenegro mountains.
Where is the best, easiest and safest to get some local currency?
Even though Zabljak is a mountain and fairly remote area, there are few ATMs available in case of need. Still, our suggestion is to take some cash during your time on Montenegro coastline.
How much should I expect to spend per person per day?
Zabljak is less pricey comparing to the Montenegro coastline and you can expect to spend around €70 per person per day on meals and drinks.
How do I get around?
Montenegro's mountain area is mainly remote and public transportation is not available. There are a few taxi providers available in case of need.
Are there some particular venues or activities that I shouldn't miss?
Due to the specific location deep in the countryside, there are no specific venues or activities you shouldn't miss. Based on your interests, a few active or sightseeing tours could be organized with the assistance of your JayWay tour manager.
What are the usual opening hours for shops?
There is a very limited selection of local shops in Zabljak and they are open from daily from 07:00 am till 09:00 pm.
Is this area safe?
The countryside of Montenegro is very safe and less crowded compared to the coastal area.
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