The 5 Best Things to Do in Pluzine, Montenegro

July 27, 2017 Alice Mieles

Discover the best top things to do in Pluzine, Montenegro including Piva Canyon, Waterfall Rafting Centre, Pivskoe Reservoir, Camp Grab, Rafing Eko Piva.
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1. Piva Canyon

North of Pluzine, Pluzine, Pluzine Municipality 81435, Montenegro
Excellent
87%
Good
12%
Satisfactory
1%
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5 based on 57 reviews

Piva Canyon

Reviewed By Starviagera - Los Angeles, California

Between the lovely view of the Piva lake and canyon, you have a very narrow road with unfinished tunnels that add to the charm. Next to one was a lovely picnic table with a sun roof. We were on a van coming back from rafting the Tara so could not stop. But if you are planning a stop, that would be an amazing view point. The lake is kind of low right now.

2. Waterfall Rafting Centre

Pluzine, Pluzine Municipality, Montenegro
Excellent
82%
Good
14%
Satisfactory
3%
Poor
1%
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4.5 based on 55 reviews

Waterfall Rafting Centre

Reviewed By paulwillson

Thoroughly enjoyed our day out. We travelled 2 hours at least from Kotor bay to visit the waterfall Rafting centre but it was worth it. The web site is a little tricky to understand when placing a booking. But the staff were very helpful via email and very welcoming on the day.
Breakfast and lunch is included and does the job!
We had a great day on the river which is a mixture of fast rapids and smooth flowing parts. There is an opportunity to jump into the lagoon from a large rock too.
Well worth the trip.

3. Pivskoe Reservoir

Pluzine, Pluzine Municipality, Montenegro
Excellent
96%
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0%
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4%
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5 based on 25 reviews

Pivskoe Reservoir

Reviewed By Shrirang D

Its so beautiful lake that views are completely green from the hill..a must visit place in Montenegro...less explored and less crowded but so serene natural beauty..

4. Camp Grab

Village Brijeg,Scepan Polje - Montenegro | village Brijeg,Scepan Polje - Montenegro, Pluzine, Pluzine Municipality 81435, Montenegro +382 40 200 598
Excellent
56%
Good
40%
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4%
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4.5 based on 22 reviews

Camp Grab

Reviewed By Rusty_Young - Bogota

If you're arriving from the Montenegro side, I highly recommend doing the spectacular Pluzine to Scepan Polje drive in the morning when the morning light strikes the Mountains and cobalt waters from the east (particularly if you're a photographer).
This drive, for me, is one of the highlights of Montenegro. The light in the afternoon is very different - the water and Mountains visible from the road are in shadow. Also the final 10km to the camp is on a low-quality road - not advisable in the dark!
Now to Camp Grab and the rafting. Everything about this operation is very competently managed, from the answers to emails and phone calls to the signposts on the way in, to their staff greeting and explanation and finally their rafting guides. A fun, well co-ordinated team take you down the Piva Canyon, jumping off rocks, visiting Waterfalls and swimming along the way.
A very tasty slow-roast lamb buffet lunch follows the half-day package (which was the perfect length for us - beware the waters are chilly, even in Summer wearing the provided wetsuit). You will get wet! But that's part of the fun.

5. Rafing Eko Piva

Scepan Polje, Pluzine, Pluzine Municipality 81435, Montenegro +382 69 500 408
Excellent
70%
Good
0%
Satisfactory
23%
Poor
0%
Terrible
7%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 13 reviews

Rafing Eko Piva

Reviewed By ApartmentGaMaIgalo - Herceg-Novi, Montenegro

Rating down the Tara river is really something special, from adventurous experience to real 'widl beauty' which you see on your way. You may freely drink water from the river on your way.
Though the most important is to have good equipment, and a good skipper.
I've read Isabella's review, and am very sad to realize that it is still possible to find some of the rafter leaders who don't pay enough attention to safety.
We went there twice, honestly 9 years ago. - that's why I believed safety is not a question any more. We went with the rafters form the Bosnian side. First time it was perfect, real fun, but skipper was a great guy, joking when possible but yelling when dangerous (you really must take an active part in rowing down the river and listen to skipper carefullly). From equipment we only had special shoes-boots (which don't have that significant role.
We passed it with great excitement and pleasure. Therefore next year we decided to go for it again.
Fortunately this time we had shoes-boots and life jackets! But we had a poor skipper (he was like a shy guy who doesn't know that he should command more strictly). We turned upside down twice, got bitten all over the body from kicking the rocks under the water on our way through the wild water part to a more slow one. Life jacket really helped pulling me out at the very last moment of diving letting me take a small breath before water pulled me in again.
As we were told, the only way out of the canyon is to go on, we had to finish it with the boat, but at the end, being pretty traumatized and full of blue kicked spots on our body, we didn't want to go for the second part which was supposed to be along Drina river, but could hardly wait to reach land and calm ourselves.
Therefore I'd probably never go for it again, though I'd highly recommend it if you are provided a good equipment, and very well checked skippers.

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