Almost two-thirds of Albania’s geography is either hilly or mountainous. These enable outdoor recreation potential and of course impressing off road cycling. There is a renewed interest in adventurer tourism in Albanian famous attractions. Various destinations in the
Northern Alps, with elevations as high as 2,700 m, beckon to all types of “adventure seekers”. Specifically, the towns of Vermosh, Thethi, Razëm, Bogë, and Valbona can all serve as destination points for expeditions.
In the mountains you can also find cultural experiences. Tomorri Mountain hosts the Baba Tomorri, Abaz Aliu celebration, a festival featuring aspects of Albanian and Bektashi cultural traditions. The catholic Saint Ndou gathering in the Laçi highlands represents a pilgrimage destination for many of Albania’s religious. The highland areas near the Drenova, Dardha, and Voskopoja regions in Korça offer rich cultural experiences as well. Among other landmarks in Albania are Enrichment Rock, an outcropping southwest of Pogradeci, and Korabi Mountain in Dibra. Moving on, you will come upon the historic Kruja. Perched among mountainous peaks, this is the location where Skanderbeg united warring tribes and defended Albanian lands from Ottoman attacks.
Throughout Albania, our daring explorer teams will also find many big caves waiting to be discovered. Near Shkodra there are at least 35 significant caves. Pirogoshi, the largest cave in Albania, is 1,500 m long and is located in Skrapar. Other notable caves are Good Cave and Pëllumbas Cave, located near Tirana. Nestled in the beautiful Skorana Canyon on the Erzeni River, Pëllumbas is ripe for exploration and is Albania’s second-largest cave.
In our companionship you can explore Albania’s pearl, Albanian Coastline. The Albanian coast begins in the northwest at the Buna River delta, which marks the Albania-Montenegro border, and extends southward until it reaches Stillo Cape at the Albanian-Greek border. Including various lagoons and harbors, the coast stretches
for a total of 450 km and touches two seas: the Ionian in the south and the Adriatic in the north. Along its length, the coastline is dotted with beaches ranging from large and sandy to hidden and private. Stunning rocky coastlines comprise portions of this landscape as well.
Our tours through Mediterranean vegetation, primarily citrus and olive plantations, would be particularly impressing because of the picturesque view of an unspoiled coast.All the above mentioned, in a single country on a couple of wheels.