We’re delighted to announce we’ve scheduled an escorted cultural tour for English-speaking visitors for this October. The seven-day tour will start off in Tirana and take in...
Albanian Trip is a small tour agency based in central Tirana. Since 2006 we have specialised in putting together private tours, escorted group tours and just plain old-fashioned holidays here in Albania, but also in our Balkan neighbours, Montenegro, Macedonia and Kosovo. We love to show our clients the less-visited parts of Albania, and try to create unique travel experiences that will live in the memory for ever. We hope you find our website inspiring – and please don’t hesitate to get in touch!
Good news from our friends at the Association for the Protection & Preservation of the Natural Environment in Albania (PPNEA). Their camera traps in the Pukë-Mirditë region have caught some super-sharp images of the critically endangered Balkan lynx (check them out at PPNEA’s Facebook page). We’re working with the team at PPNEA to develop some great initiatives in wildlife tourism. The intention is to bring tourists to the more remote villages and gradually develop some infrastructure for bear-spotting, birdwatching and so forth. The Balkan lynx might just be a little bit too elusive though!
We’re all very excited here at Albanian Trip to be attending this year’s ITB Berlin travel fair. It’s our first time to the expo, and we’re looking forward to meeting new people and making new friends in the travel industry. If you’re attending ITB and would like to have a chat about holidays in Albania, and what Albanian Trip can do for you, then please do make an appointment. You’ll find us on the Albanian National Tourism Agency stand.
We’re delighted to announce we’ve scheduled an escorted cultural tour for English-speaking visitors for this October. The seven-day tour will start off in Tirana and take in Korça, Përmet, Gjirokastra, Butrint, Llogora and finally Berat. Albanian Trip’s very own Elton Caushi will be leading the tour, and he’s designed the itinerary to avoid marathon drives and ridiculously early starts. Even the British Airways flight times are civilised! You can read more about it here.