First it started with US Travel & Leisure magazine naming Montenegro one of hot destinations, saying that its "untouched white sandy beaches and time-capsule medieval villages place it among the most interesting tourism destinations"
Then Canadian tour operator Butterfield & Robinson, which describes its goal as creating one-of-a-kind journeys for active people who want to see the world a little differently, recently added Montenegro to a yacht-based trip from Athens to Dubrovnik, the so called Journey Through Three Seas.
Recently most of the travel sites including the ones for the wealthy has started promoting the newly divorced Montenegro as the place to be. Apparently it needs the tourism revenue sources say. So be quick before the "alles inclusiv" invades the country.