When the pearls of nature were sown, on this soil an overflowing handful was gathered. The most beautiful contact between the earth and sea took place at the Montenegrin littoral. 

Lord George Gordon Byron


Our Story


As I mentioned,  my name is Ana and I would be delighted to meet you and be your professional tour guide for the country of Montenegro. As your private guide, it will be my pleasure to show you one of the loveliest and most special places in this part of Europe, which I am privileged to call my home.

I was born in a Montenegro (Culturo-Historical region of Kotor), in a family that has been living in this part of the world for centuries and still lives by the old traditional values. 

Growing up in a multi-ethnic environment, rich in historical heritage, prompted me to learn more about the history, geography and Montenegrin culture, and my interest in these topics had lead me to study and graduate from the Belgrade Faculty of Demography. 

As someone who grew in this area, I know it inside and out and as your tour guide I’ll make sure your experience is authentic and unique, something you will not be able to find in a tourist book or an online guide.

I am a traveler myself; and as your tourist guide I will show you all the places that I would have wanted to see in such a beautiful country.

I have built an exceptional team of guides in Montenegro and we guarantee that the best day of your trip will be the one you spend with us! We love nature, history, food and wine and with our help, you will experience a little bit of everything! With a variety of offerings to choose from, we’re sure you’ll be happy you choose us.

We are open to adjust everything according to your time and needs! If you have any comments or questions, please feel free to contact us. 

See you soon!


Montenegro, Crna Gora, Black Mountain... the very name conjures up images of romance and drama - and this fascinating land doesn't disappoint on either front


Why I Love Montenegro

By Peter Dragičević, Writer

Chief Executive Officer

I still remember the sheer thrill I felt when confronted with the extraordinary beauty of the Bay of Kotor for the first time – and each time I visit, that thrill returns. For me, Montenegro is at its most magical on long summer evenings when the streets fill up with people, young and old, heading out for a slow, social stroll – a scene that's repeated in every city, town and village throughout the country. Sit me somewhere with a glass of local wine, a plate of grilled squid and a view of the passing parade, and I'm in heaven. 

Small But Perfectly Formed

Marketing Director

Imagine a place with sapphire beaches as spectacular as Spain's, rugged peaks as dramatic as Switzerland's, canyons nearly as deep as Colorado's, palazzos as elegant as Venice's and towns as old as Greece's and then wrap it up in a Mediterranean climate and squish it into an area two-thirds of the size of Wales and you start to get a picture of Montenegro. You could easily drive clear across the country in a day – or spend a month and be left wanting more. Ironically, this tiny place is populated by giants – arguably the tallest people in the world.

Living on the Edge 

Chief Executive Officer

Ever since the Roman Empire split in two 1600 years ago, this land has sat on the borderline between east and west – and it's all the more interesting for its turbulent past. The richness of its cultural history can be seen in the mosaic floors of Roman villas, flamboyantly painted Orthodox monasteries, ornate Catholic churches, the elegant minarets of mosques, and the sturdy fortresses built by the numerous powers that have fought over these lands. Then there's the legacy of 50 years as a communist state, independent of both the Eastern Block and the West. For those with even a passing interest in European history, it's a fascinating place.

Where Land & Sea Embrace 

Chief Executive Officer

There's not a lot of it – barely 300 km from tip to toe – but Montenegro's coast is quite extraordinary. Mountains jut sharply from crystal-clear waters in such a way that the word 'looming' is unavoidable. As if that wasn't picturesque enough, ancient walled towns cling to the rocks and dip their feet in the water like they're the ones on holiday. In summer the whole scene is bathed in the scent of wild herbs, conifers and Mediterranean blossoms. The word 'magical' is similarly impossible to avoid.