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Skadar is the largest lake in the Balkans, with two thirds situated within Montenegro and the rest in Albania. This vast lake covers between 370 and 550 km2, depending on the time of year.

Skadar Lake was declared a National Park in 1983 and it’s wetlands are home to over 250 bird species including storks, herons, falcons and eagles. The lake and it’s surroundings are scattered with old villages, historic churches, scenic waterside restaurants and small islands.

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Take a boat trip on the lake
Sample local wines and produce at one of the waterside village restaurants
Visit the local vineyards[/info_list_item][info_list_item list_title=”Fun & Activities” list_icon=”Defaults-road” animation=”slideInDown” title_font_style=”font-weight:bold;” title_font_size=”desktop:14px;” title_font_color=”#848484″ desc_font_size=”desktop:14px;” desc_font_color=”#848484″]Boat tour on the lake including lunch and return transfer from Tivat (6 hours)
Helicopter tour above Skadar Lake, 50 minutes[/info_list_item][/info_list]
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