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Trip to valbona
The Valbona Valley National Park is a nantional park inside the Albanian Alps in northern Albania. The park covers a total area of 80 km2 (31 sq mi), encompassing Valbona River and its surrounding areas with mountainous terrain, alpine landscapes, glacials springs, deep depressions, various rock formations, waterfalls and the Valbona Valley with its dense coniferous and deciduous forest. It is characterized by its very remote areas which have a large preserved ecosystem all of which is primarily untouched with pristine quality. This vast pristine ecosystem is the centrepiece of what has been referred to as the Albanian Miracle of the Alps.
– Trip includes stay at a local guesthouse for one day/night for a total of 30 €. The guesthouse itself includes breakfast, lunch and dinner.
trip to Theth
The Theth National Park is a national park in northern Albania. Established in 1966, the park covers 2,630 ha (26.3 km2) and is centred on the Albanian Alps, encompassing the larger portion of Shala Valley. The park was established to protect various ecosystems and biodiversity and the cultural and historical heritage of the region. It is dominated by high terrain, with a wide variety of natural features including valleys, rivers, mountains, waterfalls, dense forests and several rock formations. The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) has listed the park as Category II. In 2017, Theth has been further declared a Protected Historic Center.
– Trip includes stay at a local guesthouse for one day/night for a total of 35 €. The guesthouse itself includes breakfast, lunch and dinner.
trip to Kelmend
Kelmend is located on the northern part of the Republic of
Albania, bordering with Montenegro. It is one of the largest
settlements of Malësia e Madhe (Great Highland) having
a surface area of 353 km² and a population of circa 6,000
inhabitants. Kelmend region is home to some of the most
impressive landscapes in the Albanian Alps. There are eight
villages in the region: Tamarë, the administrative centre of
the Kelmend region, at 280 m.a.s.l.; Broja, which resembles a
fortress due to the rugged mountains and rocks surrounding
– Trip includes stay at a local guesthouse for one day/night for a total of 25€. The guesthouse itself includes breakfast, lunch and dinner.
trip to shiroka
Lake Shkodër is the largest lake in the Balkan Peninsula with a surface area that seasonally fluctuates between 370 km2 (140 sq mi) and 530 km2 (200 sq mi). Lake Shkodër itself is located on the western Balkan. The lake is located in the border area between Albania and Montenegro, the Montenegrin share of the area of the lake is slightly larger than the Albanian. The lake’s water level also varies seasonally from 4.7 to 9.8 m above sea level. The lake extends in the NW-SE direction, and it is approximately 44 km long. The largest inflow is from the Morača, which provides about 62% of the lake’s water. Total drainage area is 5490 km2.
– Trips to the lake can be done on foot or preferably by bike since its so close to the city.
Since the traveling is organised with local guest houses the booking can only be done by contacting us either on our contact forms or upon arrival at the hostel.