There are many attractions under the water in Montenegro. Rocky bottoms hide many caves and caverns.
Some of them are very large, and others are so small that they may only fit a few divers. There are also numerous
wrecks in the Adriatic Sea of Montenegro to admire, as well as gorgeous mountain ranges to view above
the water and plenty of fauna and flora common to the Mediterranean.
In Montenegro there are some small post-glacial lakes, and the country's authorities — striving to harness the energy
potential of mountain rivers — ordered several dam reservoirs to be created. One of the largest lakes in the country is
Skadar Lake, which covers an area of 530 km2 and borders with Albania.
An interesting fact is that in Montenegro, it is impossible to find a lowland that is not accompanied by mountains
nearby. This applies even to Skadar Lake, which is outlined by the Montenegrin and Albanian mountains.
In summary, traveling to Montenegro for diving will yield you many interesting and very diverse dives. Maybe the diving
bases and centers in this country aren't as well organized as those in, e.g. Croatia, but the dive sites they service
make up for any small inconveniences encountered before reaching them. In this picturesque country, you will find some
of the most Interesting caves, wrecks, and rock walls. They are spotted with snails, crawfish and cephalopods, among