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Two new photo albums

We have just published two photo albums with more than 400 assorted images from two most impressive and picturesque tours, which were the crown of the season – Montenegrian Highlands 2017 and Balkans Wild Tracks 2017.

Montenegro Highlands 2017
Montenegro Highlands 2017

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Montenegro Highlands 2017

Natural beauty of the Dinaric Alps features dramatic contrast between ancient forests, grassy highland plains, and alpine type cliffs. On this highland route we’ll be crossing the world famous Tara canyon, visiting the Durmitor and Bjelasica national parks, Sinjajevina, the biggest highland plateau in the Balkans (avarage altitude 1700 m), and visit several lakes of breathtaking beauty, which will be a real feast for your camera lenses. We’ll camp in places of holy silence and unspoiled nature, and see and taste the old ways of making cheese by Montenegrian mountain folk. It will be an immersive, overwhelming experience for all senses!

See the full tour announcement (and registration form) on the Rustika Travel site.

Montenegro revealed – images and video

We’ve packed together the images and video from our West Serbian and Montenegrian highlands 2016 – a long name for an unearthly beautiful, relaxed experience!

Where are we taking you in 2017?

“Don’t live the same year 75 times, and call it a life.”

Yes – every new year is a new chance to add meaning to our lives with new adventures in places you haven’t seen before. And we offer to take you to those places, because we know where they are. Every season we explore and discover new ones, so even the tours that seem to be the same in our calendar are never the same as they were last year – every time we make them we try to achieve a higher level of traveller’s bliss, always adding to them something new and different 😎 Take a look at where and how we’ll be taking you in 2017… Continue reading Where are we taking you in 2017?

2016 – an intense season

Yes, we haven’t found time to mention any of our tours since Homolje Gold Rush this past spring – and there’s been some… 12 or 13 of them inbetween, if we count both the official and unofficial ones. We’ve been in Serbia (all over), Romania and Montenegro, and that won’t be the end of the list. So let’s make just a quick run through the places we’ve visited in 2016. But first…

The video from the Serbian Snow Adventure we owe you. Almost 8 months delayed, but better late than never 🙂 With a bit of luck, the rest of the video material from this season will be processed as the new winter approaches. So here it is, enjoy! 😎

Huh, that was really intense, wasn’t it? And where have we been doing during the spring and summer season?

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West Serbian and Montenegrian highlands

A 10-day adventure through the Dinaric Alps

Natural beauty of the Dinaric Alps features dramatic contrast between ancient forests, grassy highland plains, and alpine type cliffs. On this highland route we’ll be crossing the world famous Tara canyon, visiting the Durmitor and Bjelasica national parks, Sinjajevina, the biggest highland plateau in the Balkans (avarage altitude 1700 m), and visit several lakes of breathtaking beauty, which will be a real feast for your camera lenses. We’ll camp in places of holy silence and unspoiled nature, and see and taste the old ways of making cheese by Montenegrian mountain folk. It will be an immersive, overwhelming experience for all senses!

For more info and registration form visit the tour announcement page on Rustika Travel site.

New Serbianoutdoor 4×4 videos

We have a hard time producing all the video material that we record on our travels – some of it hasn’t seen the light of YouTube for more than a few years now. But we’re certainly trying to bring to you what we feel would be interesting. So two of our new videos are online – the one bringing to you the unspoiled beauty of Montenegro highlands

as well as the one depicting all the fun that western Serbia can bring you in a 4×4 tour (recorded during the “No Jeep No Fun” team tour in June 2015)

Enjoy, and join us next time, to live our dreams together!