GOGA  and  DAVID
Goga is a Bay native, with long-standing roots in Montenegro. She and her husband David met on a Yugoslavian freighter (it’s a long story), married in the Church of Our Lady of the Rocks and have been coming back to the Bay of Kotor ever since. They live in Baltimore, Md most of the year but David's lifelong love for boats and sailing with Goga's enthusiasm for sharing best of Montenegro with friends, family and strangers, was the foundation of KotorBayTours.   Today, with their family and partners at KotorBayTours their committment to show the Bay and rest of Montenegro at it’s best continues.  

NINA 

Internationally recognized and accomplished mountain climber, Nina has reached the highest peaks of Asia, Americas and Europe. In addition to being licensed safety equipment inspector, UIAA instructor, radio amateur and EFR - CPR/First Aid/Care for Children w/ AED certified Nina's immense experience make her the most qualified guide in the region.  At KotorBayTours, we feel extremely lucky to have her on our team.

MIHA

Miha devoted his life to the sports. He started with playing basketball and proceeded with rock and ice climbing in Europe and Australia. He was also a member of military special forces. Decade ago he started to compete in ultra-marathon running contests. He won his very first extreme 24 hours nonstop running event and became National Champion of Slovenia. In 2010 Miha become ultra-marathon World Champion with running 250 miles nonstop in Athenes, Greece. He was also Captain of the Slovenian National Ultra-endurance Team in different extreme events. Miha is still active athlete who has lately devoted most of his time to guiding, coaching and preparing elite athletes for different extreme events, like running 100 miles over desert or climbing Himalayas.

Internationally recognized and accomplished mountain climber, Nina has reached the highest peaks of Asia, Americas and Europe. In addition to being licensed safety equipment inspector, UIAA instructor, radio amateur and EFR - CPR/First Aid/Care for Children w/ AED certified Nina's immense experience make her the most qualified guide in the region.  At KotorBayTours, we feel extremely lucky to have her on our team.  

More about Nina you can read here!

JANKO
Native to northern Montenegro, Janko has the most intimate knowledge of the country's mountains, rivers and canyons, along with extensive guiding experience in both coastal and northern Montenegro.   

 

One hour ..................... €80


Two hours ................... €150


Three hours ................. €220

 

Four hours .................. €280

 

Five hours .................. €340

 

Six hours ................... €360

Boka Kotorska Bay is one of the most beautiful bays of the Mediterranean, in which there are old towns of Kotor, Perast and Herceg Novi with the rich cultural tradition, long history, preserved architecture, fortifications, churches, cathedrals, palaces, squares which remember centuries, and other significant sites attracting tourist for a long time. In recent years, Kotor has been increasingly visited by climbers as well. In 2005 the Austrian climbers equipped 15 short routes in three locations.

Rocks in the surroundings of the small fishermen's settlement called Orahovac which is located on the road Kotor-Risan are more attractive for traditional climbing owing to its excellent quality and a beautiful landscape which opens while you are several hundred meters above the sea. In the last two years about 15 new routes, mainly of the lesser difficulty grades, have been climbed. The best time for climbing is from autumn to late spring. The south rock face of the Pestingrad Peak, with the height of about 350-400 m, dominates the town of Kotor. There are no ascended routes on this rock!

3
hours
DOWNHILL BIKE TO KOTOR

Kotor, Our Lady of the Rocks, Perast