Lake Skadar National Park

Lake Skadar, the largest in the Balkans, the only national park dominated by aquatic and wetland ecosystems. With 281 species, Lake Skadar represents an internationally important area for the habitat of many birds. Because of this, the lake is included in the IBA and RAMSAR lists.

In addition to a rich animal and plant life, Lake Skadar also has a rich history and culture. Numerous archaeological sites, monasteries and churches, fortifications, and the like, will enchant you and certainly attract your attention.

Lake Skadar National Park, located in the central part of Montenegro, so it is very accessible regardless of whether you are on the Montenegrin coast or a mountain in northern Montenegro. Many attractions and a variety of tourist offers, make this an ideal destination to visit.

Lake cruises and bird watching, it is certainly something that will leave you breathless.

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