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Tripka Dzakovica, Zabljak, Durmitor National Park, 84220, Serbia and Montenegro | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Tripka Dzakovica, Zabljak, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Zabljak

    Border of Bosnia - Tara Canyon

    A travel blog entry by ellisasailing on Jun 14, 2014

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    Today after a short ferry ride we headed to the west side of Motenegro to go white water rafting on the border. Seems strange when such a beautiful country is surrounded by 2 fighting countries, Serbia on the North East and Bosnia on North West. A beautiful spot on the Tara river , the second biggest cannon in the world apparently. We had breakfast on arrival, a very wet raft and dinner after all for 40 euros - can't be bad eh! But it didn't stop raining all the ...

    A day of relaxation

    A travel blog entry by kirstyandlogan on Aug 17, 2013

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    After a quick breakfast in the van, we made our way north towards one of the national parks, Durmitor Montenegro's largest. We arrived in the town around lunch time and decided to stock up on groceries before we headed to the camp site, which was in the national park, a couple of kms from town. The camp site was basic but had power (although Logan reckoned it was a pretty dodgy ...

    Impossible to drive in a straight line

    A travel blog entry by hudsimo on May 08, 2013

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    ... either with the road being only one car width in many places.

    Neither of us had travelled on a road so steep before. It was over 1000 m to the top. The monastery itself is a building feat and worth seeing for that reason. I can imagine many people visit on a (Catholic) pilgrimage. In one small room a priest sits holding a large cross, inviting you to kiss it and look inside what appeared to be a casket with what appeared to be a shroud. Paul left before me as I was a ...

    Journey into the mountains

    A travel blog entry by samlocke3 on Sep 21, 2012

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    ... upon a lady who showed us a room she had and it was cheap so decision made!

    We then took a stroll through town (it's not very big) to find a supermarket. It's actually a ski town in the winter so lots of chalet style building and hotels but in the summer people come here for hiking etc. The town itself is at 1421m above sea level (as a reference, Ben Nevis is only 1344m) so its a little nippy. By the time we went to bed it was -1C outside! ...

    Bosnia: Sarajevo Nights and Drifting Along Drina

    A travel blog entry by bernie-s on Aug 02, 2012


    ... a border by boat before, or rafted such a great distance, using the power of the water and all the strength in my arms. When we finally arrived back at the camp, we had grilled trout with salad and potatoes. Now we're considering staying another night just to eat the fish again, it was fantastic. In between dips in the river, we've indulged in some surprising Bosnian and Serbian wine, and sat in Stefan's grandparent's land, next to a peach tree, drinking water from the ...