Fishing is a popular water sport, active recreation, and form of tourism around the world. In the true sense of the word, a fisherman is a devotee of nature, an athlete at heart who leads a battle of outwitting various creatures from rivers, lakes, and seas. Montenegro is a country rich in water resources as 24% of its land is coastal, and the rest is covered with lakes and rivers.
The possibility of fishing is available in 60% of the water areas, both for individuals and for groups.
Montenegrin touristic offer combines boating and saltwater fishing, which is a very popular activity among visitors. There are a number of popular fishing locations, including Ulcinj, Bar, Budva, Tivat, Kotor and Herceg Novi.

Explorer DMC Active offers:

• MULTI-DAY TOURS lasting from 2 to 10 days.

Each tour is arranged according to the clients' wishes. Here are our four package options:

• BASIC PACKAGE: fishing tour with all the necessary equipment
• MEDIUM PACKAGE 1: a combination of the basic package and a meal
• MEDIUM PACKAGE 2: a combination of the basic package and accommodation
• FULL PACKAGE: a combination of the basic package, meals and accommodation.

Important information:

• Fishing is arranged with licensed instructors;
• The minimum number of participants is 1
• The maximum number of people per group / per guide is 8

Fishing can be combined with the following activities: jeep safari tours, quad tours, hiking, biking, hunting, rafting, kayaking, camping, visits to local households and wineries;
• All clients are insured during the program
• Fishing equipment includes: fishing rods with bait, boots, suits, flashlights, and boats.
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Did you know:

That there is no riverbed on Gurdić, making it one of the most unusual rivers in the world. The river flows south of Kotor. It is during rainy days that the river - 80 meters long - emerges from the cave hatch, combines with the seawater and flows to the sea. Gurdić is sucked down into the abyss of Lovcen mountain when it dries up, and the seawater fills its place.

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