Zlatibor Mountain Tour

12 Hours

1-8 People

Leisurely Walking Pace

Pass by Belgrade.

We start the tour by picking you up at your accommodation. After leaving  Belgrade, we will get onto the brand new highway
“Miloš the Great”
and enjoy a three-and-a-half hour ride to Zlatibor mountain. After approximately two hours, we will leave the highway and continue our journey through the fantastic landscapes surrounding Zlatibor, towards the village of Sirogojno.

Pass by Zlatibor.

Zlatibor is a mountain of exceptional beauty, whose unique geographical properties have led it to become a true gem of Western Serbia. Zlatibor is an aerial spa sitting at the intersection of continental and coastal winds and boasts over 2,000 hours of sun per year. This, together with its natural wonders aplenty, home-made specialties and delicacies, and gracious hosts, make Zlatibor an ideal place for relaxation and enjoyment. Indeed, Zlatibor has been the most visited mountain in Serbia for years. Its highest peak is Tornik (1496m), above which blooms a wind rose that makes this mountain a bona fide oasis of health.

Sirogojno.

The Ethno Village of Sirogojno is a one-of-a-kind open-air museum bearing witness to the way of life in the mountain villages at the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century. Covering 5 hectares, it consists of around 50 objects that have been re-located from the surrounding Zlatibor villages. These chosen edifices illustrate the richness of architecture and the cultural development of the Zlatibor area, while at the same time giving insight into the social and industrial relations within a village community. The knowledge and craft with which the wood was processed are of a high level, making these architectural achievements of particular importance. The permanent exhibition of the museum consists of two Zlatibor crofts, always facing sunward, featuring habitats and economic buildings such as those that co-operative village families would have. There are also houses that have kept their original appearance but their use has changed, in that it was adapted to the needs imposed by tourism. In the museum tavern, visitors can sample, using authentic wooden cutlery, traditional Zlatibor dishes prepared in the old-fashioned way: kaymak, cheese, Serbian prosciutto, dark rye bread, buckwheat pie, and potatoes-under-the-pot.

Stopića cave.

The cave entrance, standing at 711 meters above sea level, is 18 meters high and 35 meters wide. This cave is a river cave, with the Trnavski stream flowing through it. Its main attraction is a spectacular 10-meter-high underground waterfall. The Stopića cave has five sections: the bright hall, the dark hall, the great hall with baths, the Canal with Baths and the River Canal. Large “siga” tubs, made by deposited limestone, are a unique feature of the Stopića cave. There are numerous such tubs of various sizes, up to 12 meters long and 7 meters deep, throughout the cave, and they often overflow with stunning cascades.

Ljubiš – Ljubiš zipline (optional).

In the Zlatibor village of Ljubiš, approximately 23 km from the center of Zlatibor, you can find the longest zipline in Serbia, 550m in length, 130m in height, with the ride itself taking an entire minute. 

Restaurant of traditional Serbian cuisine (optional).

In the Zlatibor village of Ljubiš, approximately 23 km from the center of Zlatibor, you can find the longest zipline in Serbia, 550m in length, 130m in height, with the ride itself taking an entire minute. 

Zlatibor, Gold Gondola Lift.

The longest panoramic gondola lift in the world is located in Zlatibor, connecting the center of the mountain to the Tornik peak. This new 9km gondola lift has eclipsed the previous record-holder, the Tianmen Shan cable car (China), which measures 7.4 km. The total journey time is 25 minutes and it treats the visitors, skiers, hikers and walkers to breathtaking panoramic views of Zlatibor and its golden pine-covered mountain slopes, which gave the mountain its name (“zlatni” meaning “golden” and “bor” meaning “pine tree” in Serbian).

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