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Experience Montenegro from the air with a private helicopter tour for up to five people. Fly over the Bay of Kotor and the old towns of Perast, Budva and Ulcinj, or take a flip above Lovcen National Park and Cetinje, up towards the awe-inspiring glacial lakes and limestone peaks of Durmitor National Park in the north.
Experience magnificent views of the beaches of Budva and Lustica Bay on your way to the Bay of Kotor, a Unesco World Heritage Site. Fly over the ancient fishing villages of Kotor and Perast on its shores, renowned for their Romanesque and Baroque architecture.
This route takes passengers over the sandy beaches
of Petrovac, Bar and Ulcinj to Montenegro’s southern border with Albania. Gain a new perspective on the Old Towns of Ulcinj and Bar, as well as the river island of Ada Bojana, famed for its sunsets, wooden houses and horseback riding along the beach.
Fly over the pink sandy beaches of Budva then inland above Lovcen National Park and Cetinje, the old royal capital. Heading north, you’ll soon see the glittering glacial lakes of Durmitor National Park with its dramatic limestone peaks soaring to over 2000m. Return via Podgorica and beautiful Skadar Lake.