ROWING / KAYAK
Kayaking on Skadar lake is one of the most wanted activities that can be realized in the National Park. Taking into consideration the characteristics of the lake which enable this activity form April until November, kayaking is the right choice for water sport enthusiasts. It is possible to approach all hidden places and quietly enjoy the nature. This type of ride on the lake is the most recommended one because of its ecological aspect as well as for raising awareness on the protection of Skadar lake National Park.
Depending on physical shape and affinities, our guests can use kayak:
- single (for one person)
- double (for two people)
FAVOUIRTE KAYAKING DIRECTIONS ON THE LAKE
Circular path around Vranjina island. After leaving Virpazar channel you go directly towards Vranjina island,
which can be toured completely taking any direction you prefer. Somewhere in the middle of the tour is the
perfect place to take a rest- the monastery of St Nicholas.
The total length of the tour is 13 km.
Visiting the abandoned stone village Poseljani. Extraordinary surrounding made of steep mountain stream,
which after numerous waterfalls flows into Skadar lake, surrounded by numerous ruins of old stone houses
and water mills.
Total length of the tour is 15 km.
Karuč is a small fisherman village on the coast of Skadar lake. “The eye”of Karuc - a source famous for
the great catch of fish, so in time instead of the temporary the permanent fisherman village was created
on the spot. Above the village dominates the winter home of St Peter of Cetinje (Petar I Petrović Njegos),
from which, unfortunately, only the walls have remained.
Total length of the tour is 25 km.
Grmožur, a former Ottoman fortress and border station towards Montenegro, later turned into prison for the most
notorious convicts in time of Prince Nikola, and today a nest for the great cormorant, wall lizards and other small
birds. It looks surreal in its beauty, like a perl in emerald water.
Total length of the tour is 8 km.
Grmožur and Pješačac beach
In the south of Skadar lake, under the village Godinje, on until then inaccessible terrain, a touristic complex
in Montenegrin ethno, Mediterranean style was built. A beautiful beach was made there. Wide stone stairs lead
from the beach to covered terraces and facilities on multiple levels.
Total length of the tour is 10 km.