Crno Jezero (Black Lake)
We chose Zabljak because you can walk into the nature from the town itself. It’s a 3,5 km walk from the town to the black lake. When we were there is was overcrowded as it was the weekend. Tour buses keep dropping of people here. The entrance fee of the National Park is 3 euro. We walked in from another side because we went to Barno Lake first and the park rangers walked upon us to ask for our tickets. We could buy them on the spot from the rangers.
The black lake you can walk around. It’s 3,5 kilometers and there are plenty of other hikes you can do from here. You can swim in the lake, but the water is often cold.
The black lake are actually two lakes in summer when a narrow strait in between them is drying up. Big Lake and small lake. This lake is one the 18 glacier lakes in this area. You can also go rafting, mountainbiking, paragliding or horse riding here.
Where to eat in Zabljak
We ate at Konoba Luna. A pleasant restaurant with a lot of choices. We had one soup, one mixed grill, one salad and one portion of french fries to share between 3 persons for 13,80 euro with 2 drinks. This was enough and the mixed grill was really good.