A small site called OK Koral is located in Skadar Lake National Park. The park itself is incredibly well-known for the variety of flora and fauna it contains. According to reports, this lake is home to 270 different species of birds, 50 different fish species, indigenous Skadar oak trees, and several rare, medicinal, and aromatic species. And all of that is found when the continental climate meets the subtropical Mediterranean region.
The location of the camp offers a variety of activities, including hiking, bathing in the lake or even the Adriatic Sea (15 minutes away by vehicle), fishing in the nearby river Oraovtica, and eating regional cuisine. We can provide a variety of activities and mini-tours because this national park is an unspoiled gem in one of the most picturesque areas of Montenegro.
We welcome everyone who needs a space for creativity and inspiration, including tourists from across the world, those who care about the environment, adventurers, researchers, and anybody who wants to momentarily reconnect with nature.
Only guests who have booked can leave a review.
Grace Walker7 months ago
Expensive for a mattress on the floor of a tent. No activities are possible at the camp - we enquired about using a canoe we saw and they wanted to charge €20 an hour to use it Food options very limited. The owner stands around smoking and creating social media content with his partner. Cash only was revealed at the end of our stay when we were then escorted to a cash point in a nearby town. Not the nicest end to a holiday.
Julia Oldenburg6 months ago
A very overpriced basic Camping. No electricity, no warm water, toiletes have not been cleaned for days. No Restaurant (as advertised) just a kitchen, where they cook one meal for you. To access the Camping you have to walk a dirt road (1km), although they habe offered to pick us up, no one came. Everything is old and dirty.
Robert Poel6 months ago
Paid a lot of money for a Glamping experience. Turned out to be heavily overpriced. Bad communication from the hosts and it took us a km along a dirt road to get there. Also no warm water or electricity was available.
Laurent Ra year ago
The spot is magic, you need to take a boat to reach the camp and that is part of the experience. The big tent was super confortable with all what we need. And the team is so kind and really good “chef” for the dinner. Swimming in the lake can cool you down after a hot day.
Lisa SOULOYa year ago
We had a great time there ! Magical place into the wild with an amazing view on the Piva Canyon ! You can swim into the canyon from the camp. The perfect place to chill and relax :) The staff is really nice and welcoming, they just do everything so that you feel confortable ! The food was amazing, Payo could be a professional cooker in a 5 stars restaurant :) We will come back for sure !