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Unveiling the Birdwatcher's Paradise at Tivat Saline

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Just 10 minutes away from The Chedi Luštica Bay hotel, Tivat Saline Nature Reserve invites guests to go an a delightful birdwatching adventure. Whether you chose a convenient transfer organized by the hotel, hop on a rented bicycle, or decide to take a walk, this coastal gem is easily accessible.

The reserve provides an escape for visitors seeking to connect with Montenegro's ecological treasures. The perfect times to visit are between February-May and September-November. These months bring a vibrant array of birdlife, including rare species making a pitstop during migration. The advantageous location along the Adriatic Migration Corridor, one of Europe's critical bird migration routes, ensures the annual spectacle of millions of birds traveling to and from Africa.A Person Taking A Picture Of A River And Mountains

As you explore Tivat Saline, you'll encounter two observation towers and a viewpoint along the road to Krtole, offering breathtaking vistas of the surroundings. 178 bird species that call Saline area their home. From majestic cormorants and divers to elegant herons like the grey heron and little egret, the shallow waters are visited by birds all year round. Warblers and swallows add their melodies to the birdsong, creating a truly unique experience for nature enthusiasts.
Tivat Saline is not just a place; it's a sanctuary preserving the delicate balance of Montenegro's coastal ecosystem. The 2013 Ramsar Convention designation not only signifies its importance on a global scale but also opens the door to a promising future as an Emerald site and internationally important bird area.

Montenegro itself stands out as a haven for birdlife, with an impressive record of 352 officially recorded bird species, representing approximately 65% of all European bird species. Delving deeper into these statistics reveals the remarkable diversity of Montenegro's natural surroundings.

213 bird species find a safe haven here for nesting, while 107 species are migratory nesting birds. The diverse terrain, from coastal areas to high mountain peaks, creates a mosaic of habitats that supports birdlife. Montenegro's commitment to conservation is evident in the classification of 106 species as regular residents, completing their entire life cycle within the country's borders.

A Body Of Water With Mountains In The Background

As you indulge in the luxurious offerings of The Chedi Lustica Bay, take a moment to explore the ecological wonders that Montenegro has to offer. Tivat Saline stands as a testament to the delicate balance between nature and history, making it a must-visit destination for those seeking tranquility and a deeper connection with the natural world.The Chedi Lustica Bay, nestled in this pristine landscape, provides a gateway to learn more about the natural treasures that make Montenegro a birdwatcher's paradise.

For an in-depth exploration of the selected bird species found in Tivat Saline and Montenegro, we invite you to dive into our informative booklet, "The Wings of Montenegro." Discover more about these fascinating creatures and their unique habitats by following this link to the booklet.