Boat tour to Dodoši fishing villageExplore Skadar Lake


Virpazar center




approx. 4 hours




115 €
per boat



General info 

Relax and see the highlights of Skadar lake from the comfort of your own traditional, Montenegrin lake boat! 

The Skadar lake is known for being the last remaining breeding ground of the endangered Dalmatian Pelican and Pygmy Cormorant. It’s also a key resting place for birds migrating from northern Europe to Africa.



  • up to 5 people 115 €
  • 6 to 10 people 200 €
  • 11 to 15 people 255 €
boat tour in montenegro

Overview of the tour 

  • Meeting in Virpazar center
  • We start this tour with a cruise through natural, lilypad lined canals with birdwatching opportunities
  • Dodoši village - an ancient fishing village with rich history, located by the Karatuna River. Initially an agricultural settlement, its proximity to the lake soon shifted the focus from agriculture to fishing. The village is peppered with stone houses dating from the XVI century, and is famous for its ambiance and good national food and rakia.
  • Swimming break - in the freshwater before heading back to Virpazar on a balmy midafternoon cruise.
  • Back to meeting point


  • Spectacular lake views
  • Fauna and flora
  • Swimming break
  • Old fishing village of Dodoši


  • Each guest must purchase a ticket to access the National Park before boarding. The ticket cost (€4 per person) is not included in our price and must be purchased separately. Children under 7 years old are exempt from this charge.
  • The ticket grants access to the Museum of Animal Species in Vranjina, which is located just a few kilometres from Virpazar.

What is included 

  • English-speaking guide
  • Drinks/refreshments
  • Life jackets

What is not included 

  • National snack of priganice with cheese and honey can be prepared for an additional €10 per boat
  • Tickets for entry to the Skadar Lake National Park
  • Transfers to the meeting point (can be arranged upon request – please add additional note when booking or contact us via
  • Insurance

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