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Biogradska Gora, National Park in Montenegro


Grand opening

For those who love untouched piece of nature and calming walks in between the woods, we are bringing great information! Biogradska Gora, one of the purest parts of Europe and most beautiful parts of Montenegro, will officialy open its doors on 29th of April. Unofficialy, it was possible to visit this park even these days, because good weather conditions allowed visits to came earlier than planned.

The ticket for entering the park is symbolic like every year so far, at it is 3EUR, while on the opening day the entrance will be free.



European hidden pearl

Located between two Montenegrin rivers, Tara and Lim, in the middle of Bjelasica mountain, Biogradska Gora offers breathtaking views and entrance into a different dimension – dimension of calmness and zen.

It is spread on 5650ha area, with lakes: Biogradsko, Ursulovačko, Pešića, Šiško i Ševarine; Biogradska river and a lot of smaller wells. The park is considered as a European pearl not only because of the clean air and untouched nature, but because of the beautiful rainforest – one of the three still remaining in Europe, with trees that are hundred of years old.



Since 1878, when locals gifted this area to the ruler of Montenegro – King Nikola and he declared this pearl of nature a “knjažev zabran”, this area is under state protection.

At an altitude of 1 094 meters, in the heart of the rainforest, lies Biogradsko Lake. This lake, surrounded by high woods and mountain peaks, is making one of the most beautiful atmospheric picture made in Montenegro. This location is used to take breaks from the walks around the park (there is marked path), to make picnic, to make photographs or videos, or even to film concerts or some others cultural events.



Biogradska Gora was proclaimed National Park in 1952 and is one of the UNESCO World Network of Biosphere Reserves. There is a couple of restorants and stays that could be reach in the very near by, and the cities like Kolašin or Mojkovac are not very far away, neither.

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