Natural Leaders in Western Palearctic

Montenegro is the youngest country in Europe that became independent in 2006. It is located in South Eastern Europe. The capital of Montenegro is Podgorica. Despite its tiny size Montenegro contains a wealth of different habitats all within easy reach. The Mediterranean Sea Coast has the most striking scenery in Europe, but besides beaches also offers saltpans, sand dunes and the delta of River Bojana, all important migration stopovers. Further inland lies Lake Skadar sandwiched between mountains and fed by scenic Rijeka Crnojevica. The mountains of Montenegro include some of the most rugged terrain in Europe. They average more than 2,000 metres in elevation. Durmitor National Park offers unspoilt mountains with huge coniferous forests and deep river gorges.

Albania is one of the least known countries in Europe. It is situated to the south east of Montenegro. Although it is characterised by dramatic mountains, sandy beaches, historic cities and Roman ruins, only a few people visit this far corner of the continent. Much of the country's birdlife is unexplored, so surprises are guaranteed. Karavasta Lagoon is one of the few protected areas with a healthy population of Dalmatian Pelicans and an important wetland for migrating waterbirds.

We can organize birdwatching, butterfly and botany tours from 4 days up and our tour can be tailor-made to your needs and list of species. The tours can be combined with Croatia, Albania and Bosnia-Herzegovina.


Tour to Montenegro & Albania

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    Montenegro, Albania and Croatia, 10 days

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Pygmy Cormorant

Dalmatian Pelican

Squacco Heron

Glossy Ibis

Ferruginous Duck

Levant Sparrowhawk

Eleonora's Falcon


Rock Partridge

Broad-billed Sandpiper

Marsh Sandpiper

Great Spotted Cuckoo

Scops Owl

Pallid Swift



Three-toed Woodpecker

Calandra Lark

Crag Martin

Red-rumped Swallow

Tawny Pipit

Alpine Accentor

Rufous-tailed Scrub


Black-eared Wheatear

Rock Thrush

Blue Rock Thrush

Ring Ouzel

Eastern Olivaceous


Olive-tree Warbler

Eastern Orphean


Subalpine Warbler

Sardinian Warbler

Balkan Warbler

Semi-collared Flycatcher

Sombre Tit

Western Rock Nuthatch

Woodchat Shrike


Alpine Chough

Spanish Sparrow


Rock Bunting

Black-headed Bunting