Hunting in Montenegro we offer with our partner who is located in Ulcinj, Montenegro. He has been active in tourism for more than 10 years now and offers various tourist activities in the field of hunting and fishing.

Montenegro, with its majestic mountains, lush forests and clear lakes, is not only a picturesque Balkan country but also a place where hunting has a rich tradition and deep cultural influence. Hunting in Montenegro is much more than just a recreational activity; it is a heritage that reflects people's connection to nature and the preservation of traditional customs.

Montenegro is home to an impressive variety of game species, from ibex and red deer to wild boar and pheasant. The different habitats, from the high mountains of the Dinaric Mountains to the fertile valleys, offer a variety of hunting opportunities. Hunting in Montenegro is therefore not only a sport, but also an opportunity to explore the country's natural beauty.

Hunting in Montenegro has not only individual but also social aspects. Hunting parties, joint activities and traditional hunting festivals promote community spirit and strengthen social bonds. Hospitality towards hunting guests is another feature of the Montenegrin hunting tradition, which emphasizes the culture of sharing experiences and appreciating nature.

Hunting in Montenegro is characterized by traditional methods and customs that are deeply rooted in the country's history. The use of hunting dogs, watching game from high stands and hunting on horseback are just some of the practices that have been passed down from generation to generation. These traditional elements help preserve cultural identity and create a strong bond between people and nature.

Overall, the hunting tradition in Montenegro reflects a deep-rooted heritage of closeness to nature, culture and community. Preserving these traditions is crucial not only for nature conservation, but also for preserving the identity and cohesion of Montenegrin society.

Hunting grounds

My partner owns several areas in Montenegro where he can offer hunting for wild boar, wolf and birds.

Game species

wild boar, wolf, bird hunting

Hunting approach

The hunting day (depending on the hunter) usually starts early in the morning. Breakfast is served in the form of a packed lunch, because during breakfast time you are on the hunt. From 7 a.m. to 12 noon hunting for pheasant, snipe, rabbit. After that you will have lunch. From 2 p.m. to 4.30 p.m. hunting of pheasant, snipe, rabbit, then hunting duck until dark. Hunter and P.H. will walk behind the dogs, who will stand 20 – 100 m in front of the group.


Accommodation will be in a 4 or 5 star hotel near the hunting ground with breakfast.


The coast of Montenegro has a Mediterranean climate with hot, dry summers and moderately cool winters, with summer maximum temperatures averaging 25 to 30 degrees Celsius, while in winter they drop to mild lows of 4 degrees and highs of 11 degrees.
. The rest of Montenegro has a completely different climate. The Dinaric Mountains, with altitudes above 2,000 metres, are a kind of climate divide. To the west of the mountains there is a Mediterranean climate, to the east a moderate continental climate dominates.

If you have any questions or are interested in an offer to hunt and hunting in Montenegro, please contact us via email or contact form.

If you have any questions or are interested in an offer to hunt and hunting in Montenegro, please contact us via email or contact form.

All offered trips are arranged by us and carried out by our partners as organizers.