Biogradska Gora National Park is one of the three preserved virgin rainforests in Europe, with trees up to four centuries old, over 45 meters high, numerous glacial lakes, and an even more attractive wealth of flora and fauna.
Between the river, Tara and Lim, in the central part of the mountain Bjelasica, lies Biogradska Gora on an area of 5,650 hectares. Biogradska Gora National Park was established in 1952, and the area of Montenegro rainforest has been protected since 1878 for more than 150 years.
The most precious part of this national park is the Biogradska Gora rainforest. With an area of 1,600 hectares, it is one of the last virgin rainforests in Europe. The site has the character of a strictly protected reserve at three levels of protection.
Level I: Left to the power of nature and its natural flow, you can visit with an announcement, a pass, and a guide.
Level II: Under strict protection of rivers, lakes, forests, and flora and fauna. Here you can walk, hike and enjoy the natural beauty with a guide.
Level III: In this part of the national park, you can enjoy fishing, collecting medicinal herbs, ATV rides, and other activities. Buy herbal products and honey, and try delicious local food.