Prokletije National Park

Although the name Prokletije refers to something damned, the park itself is more than a paradise for all mountaineers and adventurers who want to explore the most challenging area of Montenegro.

Hidden gem



1660 ha

The highest peak of Montenegro:

Zla Kolata - 2,534 m above sea level.


National Park since 2009


Montenegrins tell

A fateful "yes" on Ali Pasha's springs

Locals who live near Ali Pasha's springs say that the magical, binding "YES" is frequently said exactly here. In a single day one year, 30 marriages were celebrated.

Quick tip

Try “bear onion” or ramsons (wild garlic)!

The specificity of the Prokletije National Park consists of over 1,700 species of plants. Among others, there are ramsons, or broad-leaved, wild garlic.

Discover unique Montenegro

So small you could drive across it in an afternoon. Don’t just skim through it but try to truly absorb it’s essence.

Explore destination year-round

Although small country it is incredibly diverse. See how much it can offer you:

Travel responsibly

Did you know? In 1991, the Montenegrin authorities adopted a declaration by which the country became the first ecological state in the world.

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