Self-guided Walking and Biking Tours in Montenegro

Walking tours

Our walking tours follow ancient caravan routes and shepherds’ paths through some of the most spectacular mountain landscapes in the Balkans. From coastal walking in Montenegro to mountain trails in Albania, the routes are as varied as the views. To help you walk with a spring in your step, your luggage is transferred each day, so you only need carry a day pack.

Biking tours

We love the freedom cycling provides, and specialise in self-guided bike tours, mostly in Montenegro, which wind through ever-changing and amazingly beautiful landscapes, following quiet, asphalt roads. You’ll be able to stop off at cultural sites such as monasteries and old churches, and each day’s route is designed to leave time for relaxation, swimming and sightseeing, too

activity tours

Montenegro offers an astounding variety of landscapes in an area half the size of Wales, making it an ideal playground for intrepid explorers of all ages. The hospitality of the people of this tiny Balkan nation is legendary, too, and children are warmly welcomed. Multi activity tours are a great choice for families, packing in plenty to keep adults and children of all ages and stages amused and active.

COVID-19 update, June 1st, 2o20

As a part of the responsible travel community, we’ve been following recent updates of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) closely. We hope that our past and future guests and friends are staying safe around the globe.



Following are the most important updates by June 1st: 



# COVID - 19. At this moment in Montenegro, there are no active cases of infection with the novel coronavirus - the Institute states. Since the beginning of the occurrences, the total number of infected persons is 324, while 315 persons have recovered and nine persons lost their lives. Montenegro is "corona-free".


The National Coordination Body for Communicable Diseases, at the suggestion of the Public Health Institute, to allow foreign nationals to enter Montenegro from 1 June, without prescribing quarantine and self-isolation measures, provided that the key criterion for entry is a rate of active coronavirus cases of less than 25 per 100,000 inhabitants in the country of which the foreigner is a resident and in the country from which the foreigner enters Montenegro. You can have a look at the list of countries which is weekly updated here:
Germany, Poland, Czech Republic, Austria, Hungary, Slovenia, Croatia, Albania, Iceland, Slovakia, Switzerland, Norway, Monaco, Kosovo, Denmark, Lithuania, Latvia, Azerbaijan, Luxembourg, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Israel, North Macedonia, Ireland, Finland, Estonia and Greece. They will not be required to enter quarantine.



Any citizens or residents not from the above listed countries will be subject to 14 days self-isolation, then will be tested. Those who test positive will be subject to an additional 14 days of quarantine.



Masks are required to be worn in all enclosed public spaces (e.g. shops, banks, etc.)



Beaches are open.  An area of 16 m² will be delineated for each set of two deck chairs and one sunshade. The same rule applies to those who wish to use their own beach towels to lay on the beach. Deck chairs and other equipment will be disinfected on a daily basis.



Restaurants, cafes, hotels are open


Individual sporting activities are allowed in public spaces, with obligatory social distancing measures. Group sporting activities are also allowed with up to 200 spectators who must still maintain social distancing measures.


Internal maritime transport is reinstated for people and goods, with appropriate prevention measures, including the wearing of masks.


Recreational maritime transport is also allowed.



Montenegrin Airlines has announced that commercial flights will resume with limited destinations sometime in early to mid-June.



We also recognise the increased uncertainty that COVID-19 may be causing in your own holiday planning from June onwards. Our goal is to help you make an informed decision on your travel plans this summer. Please contact us for individual advise.


Guest and staff welfare is most important to us. We adopted our operations procedures and hygiene and safety standards.



Cancellation of June departures


For any planned departures in June we offer to postpone your travel either later this year or in 2021. Postponing your holiday means that you will get to enjoy the full 3etravel Montenegro service experience at a later time. This proofed to be already a very popular option for many of our clients. Many thanks to them for being so flexible and supporting us in this way to continue our operations during this crisis.



Rest assured that we are planning to run as many tours as possible later this year and in 2021, from April through October.


In the meantime follow us on Facebook and Instagram. There you find inspirations and impressions of Montenegro and our tours.



Stay safe and healthy!

We are looking forward to welcome soon.




the team of 3etravel