- Nature Park Piva
- Nature Park Trebjesa
- River Zeta Nature Park
- Nature Park Dragisnica & Komarnica
- Nature Park Komovi
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Handpicked by a Montenegro Local Expert, we bring you our guide to 'Nature Parks in Montenegro'.
Montenegro is known as a region of special beauty, significant and rare natural phenomena. Starting from its seashore over the glacial lakes, rivers, deep canyons, rainforest, all the way to high mountain peaks, this is just a part that the wild Montenegrin nature has to offer. The best way to experience these natural phenomena is through visiting protected areas, such as national and nature parks.
In addition to the 5 national parks it has, Montenegro also has many nature parks. Here are some of them.
Piva Nature Park is located in the northwest Montenegro, covering 39% of Pluzine municipality territory. The surface area of the park is 32 477,9 ha. This park is amazingly rich in nature with varied terrain in which most is taken up by mountains covered in grass and woods, followed by stunning canyons of rivers Tara, Piva, Susica and mountain lakes, (so called forests’ eyes) Stabanjsko and Trno...More info
Nature Park Trebjesa is one of the most recognisable excursion sites and recreational sites in Nikšić, the infamous city of beer and rock&roll, and the second-largest city in Montenegro. Many would describe this park-forest as a trademark of Nikšić. Located in the south-eastern part of the city, at an altitude of 725 metres, it covers an area of 126 ha. Due to its natural char...More info
One of the rivers without which there would be no life in central Montenegro, River Zeta has been declared a Nature Park in 2019, by the decision of the Government of Montenegro, at the initiative of the Municipality of Danilovgrad. Thus, Zeta became an area of special importance for Montenegro, having in mind the significance of its biodiversity. The total length of the Zeta River is a...More info
Nature Park Dragisnica and Komarnica, is located in the northwest of the Municipality of Savnik, bordering the National Park Durmitor. The total area of the park is 2.994.00 ha. The area of the Dragišnica and Komarnica Nature Park includes three areas that can be viewed as three unique and recognisable units, that are Dragisnica, the Nevidio Canyon and Boljske Grede. The lowest point i...More info
Komovi Nature Park is a regional park that stretches over the territories of 3 municipalities, Podgorica, Kolasin, and Andrijevica. It covers the north-eastern part of Podgorica's territory, bordering the municipalities of Kolasin and Andrijevica. Kolasin was the last municipality to declare its territory a nature park. Protection zones of II and III degrees have been determined for Komovi...More info