Durmitor National Park
Flora and fauna
By carCar is definitely the best way to get to Durmitor, as the public transportation is limited in Montenegro. You can use the M-3 (E762) road going from Bosnia and passing though another scenic location, Piva river valley. From Podgorica, use the road M-6 to Žabljak. From Sebia, use the road M-6 in the opposite direction, going though Prijepolje and Pljevlja. This road uses the Tara River Bridge, one of the park highlights.
Fees and permits
By carThere are numerous roads in Durmitor national park navigable by car. M-6 and M-3 are two lanes highways in good shape. When going from Žabljak to Plužine, you do not have go all the way south to their crossing, but you can use the road through Sedlo pass, which is paved, but a bit narrow. If you driving outside the main highways, watch for cyclists and sheep.
By bikeDurmitor is popular among cyclists , as mark bikepaths are plentiful. The ascents are however very steep or long, so bike might be useful only for experienced bikers.
Most na Tari170 metres tall road bridge above Tara river canyon, offering epic views
Sedlo passA mountain pass easily reachable by car or bike, lying at 1900 meters above sea level. The road there is very scenic in both ways, and you can start many hikes from here, with the tallest mountain of Durmitor, Babotov Kuk, being only 4.9 km far by walking. The parking here is marked as paid at OpenStreetMaps, but there is no one to collect any fee.
- Zipline. You can cross Tara river on zipline next to the Tara Bridge. There are three or more companies offering this, just ask around the bridge and haggle the prices (can I get a discount?). The zipline staff speak English.
- There is a market near the Tara bridge, selling some traditional products, such as local honey or Rakija.
TorbaA useful camp near the pass on M-16 road passing thought the park.
Kod BoćeA good campsite near Žabljak, on the trail towards Sedlo pass. They do registration here.