COVID-19: Are there any restricions when entering and exiting Montenegro?

Please find all the measures regarding coming and going back to your country following this link: https://clooes.com/

Visa to Montenegro – https://travel.state.gov/content/travel.html

COVID-19: What happens if I can’t take part in the event due to epidemic reasons?

Definition of “epidemic reasons”:

  • border between your country and Montenegro is closed
  • traveling to Montenegro would result in quarantine after returning home (even if you take the PCR test)
  • traveling to Montenegro for touristic reasons would result in a financial penalty after returning home (even if you take the PCR test)
  • you’re tested positive before entering Montenegro and can’t enter the country

PLEASE NOTE: Having to take a Covid test to enter Montenegro (or returning to the country of origin) in itself DOES NOT qualify as an “epidemic reason”.

You can apply for a full refund in case you can’t attend a festival due to ‘epidemic reasons’.

COVID-19: How can I be sure that the ADA Divine Awakening festival is Covid free?

ADA Divine Festival organizers are among the first that already held festivals of a major scale this summer, under a carefully created protocol that made sure that festival-goers are well-protected from the global pandemic. The protocol is simple yet effective: You need to provide a document that confirms that you are either fully vaccinated or that you were infected and cured of Covid-19 in the past 6 months. If neither of these is your case, you can take a rapid Antigent test at Ulcinj, street: Rr. Ymer Prizreni, at Aba Medica, +382 68 885 556. This method was applied at the EXIT festival in Serbia and was a complete success since there were no outbreaks after the event that gathered around 40.000 people per day.

COVID-19: What happens if the festival is rescheduled for the next year due to epidemic reasons?

You will be able to save your purchased package for the festival and attend on rescheduled dates next year
You will be able to submit for and get a full refund

Where can I sleep at ADA Divine Awakening?

In the standard rooms there are single, double and triple rooms with a bathroom and terrace, an air-condition system, a TV and a mini refrigerator. Rooms and bathrooms are all renovated, with new furniture.

All the Beach Front packages are SOLD OUT.
Book your stay and check out the offerings on our Packages page

Our client service is also at your disposal for any help and inquiries.
Email: [email protected]

How do I get to ADA Divine Awakening?

Which airports to use to get to/from the ADA Divine Awakening?

From your starting point, the closest airports to ADA Divine Awakening (Ada Bojana, Crna Gora) are the two airports in Montenegro: Podgorica airport, 86km or 1.5 – 2 hours away; and Tivat airport, 100km or around 2 hours away.

Tirana airport is in Albania, different country, 131km or around 2 and half hours away.

Belgrade has good connections with Tivat and Podgorica airports. The Belgrade airport Nikola Tesla in Serbia is about 35-45 minutes of flight to Montenegrin airports.

Does ADA Divine Awakening organize shuttle service from surrounding airports?

No, we offer the following options:

BUS TRANSFER

TRAIN STATION – BAR, MONTENEGRO

The closest and biggest train station in the area is location in Bar, Montenegro.

TAXI TRANSFER

Red Taxi

  • Airport Podgorica – Bar – approx. 30€
  • Airport Podgorica – Ulcinj – approx. 45€
  • Airport Podgorica – Tivat – approx. 40€

City Taxi

  • Airport Podgorica – Bar – approx. 30€
  • Airport Podgorica – Ulcinj – approx. 45€
  • Airport Podgorica – Tivat – approx. 50€

Taxi Podgorica

  • Airport Podgorica – Ada – Bojana approx. 65€
  • Airport Podgorica – Bar – approx. 40€
  • Airport Podgorica – Ulcinj – approx. 55€
  • Airport Podgorica – Tivat – approx. 55€

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When does ADA Divine Awakening start and when does it end?

Check in to the Hotel starts from 10am on September 15th, please make sure to arrive as early as possible to accommodate yourself in peace.

On the 15th we start with a Sunset Dinner at 18.30, with the Opening Ceremony just after dinner.

Check-out should be done on the 20th Sept. by 10am with lunch at 2 pm as our last meal together and a Closing Ceremony before that.

What are my meal options during the festival?

Since food is not included in the ticket price, it is important you buy a food voucher on our official website under packages – you can choose between the 19 eur full board or 29 eur half board.

Healthy, nutritious vegetarian and pescatarian food with lactose-free, gluten- free, and vegan options will be made available to support the work that we are doing. The venue sources produce from organic suppliers. We will introduce fresh Mediterranean fish specialties a few times during the festival.

Wherever possible, we strive to use the most natural ingredients available, with an emphasis on sustainability, organic produce, and local sourcing.

What should I bring with me?

Daily average temperatures in September are about 22°C (72°F), highs reaching up to 26°C (82°F) and lows plummeting to about 16°C during night. The temperatures do drop a little bit at night, so bring a jacket. We will be sitting on the floor, dancing, moving, breathing, so wear loose, comfortable clothes that you feel good in.

  • A sarong/lunghi or robe
  • A blanket and a mosquito repellent (there is an hour or two after the sunset when they get really wild. Other time of the day they are not present in the area.
  • A least one single sheet for massage sessions (1 essential, ideally 2)
  • A yoga mat for morning yoga
  • A journal/notebook and pen
  • Special back support if you need it
  • A water bottle
  • A fun/sexy outfit for dressing up in something that makes you feel good
  • Any medications you need to take
  • Red outfit for women and white outfit for men / for the couple ceremony

What should I expect at the festival?

This is just a rough idea of what to expect each day.

Each day starts at 7.30 am with a choice of Yoga, Dance or Active Meditation During the morning gathering, teachers will present their workshop as well announcing relevant infos for the day.
 This will be followed by a Family sharing by group of 9 or 10. Each person has a chance to share their experience of the festival and what is moving for them internally.

There will be 4 workshops running simultaneously in the morning until lunch time.
Free time is the perfect slot to book yourself healing sessions or simply hang out in the sea or in our Festival Market and Lounge.

During the afternoon, there will be an additional 4 workshops running at the same time.

During sunset time we invite the whole festival to come together and “re-group” for a silent meditation gathering with Live Music and an Artistic Performances.
Night events have been designed to celebrate and ground the myriads of experiences of the day.
 This is a great way to feel yourself empowered, wild and free!

Temple Nights are dedicated in reviving ancient rituals and “non formal” practises of various traditions from all over the world.

What else should I know? Are there any restrictions?

  • It is not allowed to take pictures during workshops, night events and temple nights. We will have our site photographer and will introduce him to you during Opening Ceremony, feel free to let him know if you don’t want to be on the pictures at any time during the Festival.
  • Everything that is happening at the Festival is strictly confident and we invite you to keep yours and others experiences and process within the Festival tribe during and after the Festival.
  • We invite you to be offline as much as possible during the Festival. Mobile phones will not be allowed in the workshop spaces.

Is it possible to attend the festival only for one day?

No. The festival’s concept is all about the full journey of transformation so we don’t offer tickets per day or per performance.