Solino was born in 1991 as a Renault Traffic Van, but we first met when he was 29. Even though he seemed tired and old, we couldn’t help but fall in love with his charm and strikingness. He liked us too. In February 2020, Solino moved in with us and after six months of nurturing, cleaning, painting, renovation and a lot of love; he is now strong, healthy, happy and ready for all of you who want to rent a Van in Montenegro!
Solino stands for happiness, enjoyment and freedom. It is a neologism that represents the composition of freedom or a section in happiness composition made for primeness by a traveler, with or without accompaniments.
A versatile word, Solino can be used as a verb (“solino to Montenegro today”); a noun (“She drives a beautiful solino“); or an adjective (“I can’t wait for my solino trip in Montenegro”).
In either way, experiencing Montenegro by doing Solino van, having Solino van, or describing with Solino van; means escaping the usual tourism and discovering the magic of pristine nature.
Solino gives you the possibility to visit Montenegrin rough landscapes, charming spots, and get a spontaneous bear hug from many locals you encounter down the road.
Nights in Solino campers have never been more comfortable. Equipped with the kitchen and kitchen tableware, electricity, lights, cozy bed, closet and many more; Solino guarantees a peaceful sleep and open-minded dreams. We will also prepare a bedding for you, fully adapted to the season prevailing in Montenegro: warm blankets in the winter, light sheets and a portable fan for summer.
And not to forget rakija (traditional alcohol beverage of Montenegro) for any season. Rakija to get you going in the mornings. Rakija to cool you off in the evenings. You won’t find a home in Montenegro that doesn’t have a bottle of rakija in the cupboard. Neither will you enter Solino without it
All in all, Solino is a good boy, a dear friend, and an experienced tourist guide – Solino is A VAN FOR YOUR MEMORIES.
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With its 360 panoramic windows’ view and standing height,
we equipped Solino with everything you need for your perfect Montenegro holiday.
A six-person set easily convertible into 2+1 sleeping bed (dimension 180×160 cm) with an interior dining table. We provide clean linen and towels, pillows and a light blanket.
There is a sink and faucet with running water and a burner stove, electrical refrigerator (10L), trash can, dishes and a full cooking equipment (pans, pots etc.).
There are 14 wooden shelves and plenty of space for your suitcases, backpacks, and belongings.
Four interior led lights, three USB ports and four 220V charge inputs to charge everything you need! We will also prove the 15m extension cord to use in camps.
Radio with AUX and USB / two speakers, Fujitsu 23” monitor for movie nights (HDMI connector), Wi-Fi 4G.
Folding camping table and two chairs, awning, a tent
First aid, hydraulic jack, triangle & vests, spare tire, fire extinguisher, ignition cables.
Books, board games, cards, music, roadmaps...
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Two sleeping bags and a tent are provided for your romantic nights under the stars.
Two adult-sized bicycles - breathe in the fresh mountain air through a beautiful ride on Montenegrin bike roads.
If you're planning to start or finish your trip at a location rather than Podgorica, Solino will come to you!
If you need a navigation guide, we will provide you with GPS navigator or map.
We can arrange the transfer from and to Podgorica, Tivat, Dubrovnik or Tirana airport.
For the true understanding of Montenegro, we offer you the possibility to try authentic traditional food made with fresh organic ingredients. While locals are very proud of their various culinary skills (every region has their own delicacies) the most interesting thing is that the food goes truly farm to table (the gardens, fields, ponds, or even sea are meters away from your table).
And not to forget rakija (traditional alcohol beverage of Montenegro) for any season. Rakija to get you going in the mornings. Rakija to cool you off in the evenings. You won't find a home in Montenegro that doesn't have a bottle of rakija in the cupboard. Neither will you enter Solino without it.
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