When I signed up for a trip to Montenegro with Ramblers Worldwide Holidays based out of the U.K., I didn't know what to expect. But I did know that the company specialized in hiking and walking tours and I decided that would be the best way to see Montenegro, a country that doesn't get the kind of tourist traffic yet that its neighbor, Croatia, sees.
Kotor Bay, we found plenty of landscapes to admire. This is my piece for the Huffington Post describing my week of hiking, walking, ferrying and floating through Montenegro.
Monday, December 12, 2011
Montenegro 4 Ways: Hike, Walk, Ferry + Float
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Such beautiful pictures, it looks like a great trip.
Hi MyKidsEatSquid, Glad you like the photos. It's such a gorgeous country. And it was good to experience it slowly by hiking and walking. You really felt a part of the land.
This looks gorgeous! I love that you incorporate so much hiking/walking into your travels.
Hi Kris, I try to do something active on most of my trips. It's not always hiking or walking. Sometimes I bicycle, kayak or cross country ski.
That's probably the best combo for active outdoor fun! I will consider sketching up a nice vacation next season!
Hi Klark, I always try to see a country, city or region via human powered locomotion -- at least have a part of the trip that involves slo-mo travel. The leisurely pace, compared with driving, allows me to really get a flavor for the land.
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