Belgrade Zlatibor Tour 4 Nights 5 Days

West Serbia



Zlatibor is in south–west Serbia 230 km away from Belgrade 300 km away from the Adriatic Sea The main road and the railway connect Belgrade and seaside through Zlatibor.


Most visited town in Serbia :About 250.000 visitors per year visit Zlatibor and they spend more than 1.000 000 nights here - Zlatibor disposes over 15.000 beds of high category, where 4 000 are in hotels, and more than 9.000 beds in private houses, boarding houses and 2.000 in villas  .

Relief - Long 55 km and wide 25 km - The average height is 1000m above sea level - Mountain peaks are Tornik (1496m) and Čigota (1422 m)


Climate : Zlatibor is AIR SPA - Summer is moderate warm, winter is not too cold - This mountain has got a lot of sunny days.

Destination for the whole year: Both summer and winter seasons are beautiful here - A lot of conventions, conferences, seminars and excursions are held here all the year around. Ski Center: Obudovica with its gentle slopes is more for beginners and children




Day one Transfer from the Nikola Tesla Airport to Zlatibor...

Transfer from the Nikola Tesla Airport to Zlatibor with English speaking guide. Accommodation in 4* hotel as per your choice. Dinner and overnight.

Day two Departure to Mokra Gora, visit to Drvengrad and Sargan Eight...

After breakfast, departure to Mokra Gora to visit Emir Kusturica ethno village. Drvengrad (Timber Town) also known as Küstendorf and Mećavnik is traditional village that the Serbian film director Emir Kusturica built for his film Life is a Miracle. It is located in the Zlatibor District near the city of Užice, two hundred kilometers southwest of Serbia's capital, Belgrade. It is located near Mokra Gora and Višegrad, best known for Ivo Andrić's Nobel-winning novel " The Bridge on the Drina". Kusturica was the 2005 recipient of the Philippe Rotthier European Architecture award. 

Emir Kusturica stated: I lost my city Sarajevo during the war. That is why I wished to build my own village. It bears a German name : Küstendorf. More

After that you will board the famous dinky train for a ride along the most exciting section of this narrow gorge line, once connecting Belgrade with Sarajevo. Today, iti s a popular tourist destination famous for the Sargan Eight. Sargan Eight is the most attractive tourist and narrow gauge railway in Europe and it's museum. Away from the bustle of modern life, enriched with natural beauty of the Mokra Gora region, it revives the nostalgic and romantic spirit of days passed with each steam locomotive whistle. Trip back to Zlatibor. Dinner in hotel. Overnight.

Day three Free time for individual activities or optional excursions...

After breakfast free time for individual activities or for optional excursions to Sirogojno, Zlakusa, Uvac, Rafting, Horse Riding or other activities. Dinner and overnight.

Day four Free time for individual activities, walking or optional excursions...

After breakfast free time for individual activities, walking or optional excursions. Dinner and overnight.

Day five Going back to Belgrade, sightseeing and end of the tour

After breakfast transfer to Belgrade. Belgrade sightseeing city tour and transfer to Belgrade airport.

Price per person in EUR will  be given upon request.



  • Transfer as per itinerary (bus at disposal all period of stay);
  • Sightseeing as per the itinerary;
  • Licensed local English speaking throughout guide at disposal all period of stay;
  • Accommodation in 4* hotel as per your choice in double room on half board basis (breakfast and dinner) on 4 nights,
  • City tax,
  • Entrance fees for Woodencity (Drvengrad ),
  • Lunch at local restaurant,
  • Train ticket for Sharghan Eight,
  • Organization costs.



  • Air ticket,
  • Tips for guide and driver,
  • Drinks during the meal,
  • Optional excursions,
  • Personal expenses;
  • Other costs not included in program





Uvac Special Nature Reserve is protected natural asset of great importance, first category natural asset. It is situated in south-western Serbia in the region of Stari Vlah-Raška high plateau, wedged between Mt.Zlatar massif in southwest and Mt. Javor in northeast. “Uvac” Special Nature Reserve is distinguished by the presence of 104 bird species. Most important of all is griffon vulture, one of the two vulture species that are still nesting in Serbia.


After breakfast departure to Uvac Special Nature Reserve. Boarding the boats, boat ride to the cave, visit the cave. Continue of the ride to the place below the viewpoint, walking up the hill for 30 minutes to the viewpoint overlooking Uvac meanders. After break at the viewpoint, walking down to the boat, return to the shore. Lunch in one local restaurant on Zlatar lake shore. Return back to Zlatibor.



After breakfast departure to Tara National Park. Visit the lookout Banjska Stena, Nature Reserve Crveni Potok, Lake Zaovine, the Lazici Dam with a view of Spajici Lake and the area where Pancic Spruce was discovered in 1875. Continue of the tour towards Perucac, visit to the Vrelo or “One-year-long River” (due to its length of 365 m from its source to its end; the shortest river in Europe). After this visit, boarding the boats (equipment: life jackets), rafting with skipper down the Drina River towards Bajina Basta for 2-3 hours depending on the river water level. Finish line next to the house on the rock in the middle of Drina river. Lunch in one restaurant on Drina River bank. Return back to Zlatibor.



  • Tour is organized only for closed groups 
  • Agency keeps the right to change the order of days in the case of circumstances that could not have been predicted.
  • Distribution of rooms is done on arrival at the hotel reception.
  • Only written travel program and terms and conditions, which are available at time of reservation, are valid.