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We visited Lake Skadar and stopped off at various view points. The best being skadar view point (pinpointed on Google maps) as you get incredible views of the famous horse shoe bend in the river. We were there at mid day on a Thursday and...More
What an amazing place. The lake and surrounding mountains are so beautiful. Fantastic views, great time on the boat trip on the lake (although not cheap).
It's worth driving the panoramic road up the mountain, the view from the top is breathtaking. There are several...More
Skadar Lake covers an enormous area within Montenegro and running into Albania, and is preserved as a protected area for wildlife.
The canals leading onto the lake are almost choked with water lilies which would be a wonderful sight when they are in their flowering...More
this is the most exciting way to sense this special quiet and dramatic landscape between the Skadar lake and the old capital of Montenegro; scenic and a bit adrenalin drive on a quite well kept but narrow road;
Went on an organised tour. Not really what I expected. Water appeared quite murky. I thought it would be clear and clean and it wasn’t. It was a large lake and a large road went over the lake. Lots of lily pads. Didn’t see hardly...More
We stayed at Haustor Skadar Lake for nearly a week September 2018 and had a truly great time there. due to the owner's hospitality. Aco is a kind, friendly and very heartful person with great humour and as a host very reliable. The house is...More
Go from Rijeka Crnovica, not from Virpazar. Then you’ll find yourself in the Amazonian jungles with all kinds of birds like cormorants, pelicans and others. We rented a boat from RC to Manastir Kom, which is definitely worth visiting! The atmosphere there is fantastic, weird...More
It’s the largest lake in the Balkans and from the road above driving in from Petrovac you realise how vast it really is. We went to see waterfowl but apart from white herons and ducks we saw not much at all. It was late afternoon...More