Tours

We run a number of interesting tours for our guests and offer excursions to places throughout Montenegro. Some of our most popular outings include: White water rafting in Tara gorge, the biggest canyon in Europe. Hiking and climbing in the mountains of Durmitor National Park, the highest mountain range in the Balkans. Visiting the amazing 17th Century monastery of Ostrog. Touring Skadar lake, the biggest lake on the Balkan peninsula and one of the largest bird reserves in Europe. Boat and sailing tours in and around Boka Bay, including the Luštica peninsula and the Blue caves with their beautiful, unusual blue color. Touring old medieval towns, traditional villages, fish picnics, diving, horse-riding, traditional lunches and more. To get a quote on prices and group tours just send us an email at hostel.anton09@gmail.com and we’ll get back to you. If you’re looking for inspiration on places to visit in Montenegro, check out some of our galleries.     … …read more,

Music & Art Club

Our hostel and home base in Tivat is not just a hostel, it’s also an art club and live music venue! We welcome artists, musicians and creative types to come and add to the ambience of the place. For the past three years the hostel has seen small concerts, jam nights and creative projects from both guests and local artists and the dream has slowly grown into making our own live music and performance venue. After last summer we knocked down a few walls, gave everything a fresh coat of paint, threw half a boat in as a bar and bought some more music equipment. Then shazzam, before you could rub your palms together and make a prayer we’d made our own little club. Since then we’ve kept the winter at bay by hosting some live gigs and jazz nights with members of local bands. Groups such as Ansambl Toć, Nuclear Mama, jazz maestros Baltazar as well as Montenegro’s entry into Eurovision 2012 Rambo Amadeus have graced us with recent fantastic nights of which there are sure to be more. At the moment the club is private, open to friends and guests but not the public at large. We welcome … …read more,