Albania – an Adventureland for the whole Family

Albania – an Adventureland for the whole Family

Duration :   14 Days 13 Nights
The Price :   1590 
Max People :    8
Age Range :   18-90


The “land of my dreams” for children and adults. Sun, mountains and sea – what more does a child’s heart want. Donkey/horse hiking, rafting, swimming, boat trips, fishing and much more.

This trip will give children and parents the joy of nature, hiking and discovering new cultures. Our English-speaking staff will accompany you during the trip and be there for you around the clock. Depending on the weather, we offer a donkey hike along the Albanian Riviera or a 3-day excursion to the Albanian Alps. A visit to the bunkers of Enver Hoxha, a cable car ride or a cave expedition offer many exciting experiences for young and old. Optional in May-June rafting in the gorge of the Osumi River is offered.

Albania has many exciting experiences and adventures to offer. From paragliding to donkey or horse trekking, from climbing, mountaineering to rafting, there are many possibilities to make your holiday an unforgettable adventure. Last but not least, Albania offers an intensive nature experience for the young and the young at heart. Here you can still find natural areas on a scale that is hardly found in Central Europe. But of course, the sea and sun should not be neglected.

Included in the price are:

13 x rental car (economy class)

14 nights with breakfast in simple hotels and guesthouses

customized program

holiday homes are also available


Not included in the price are:

separate arrival

Activities and extras like rafting, paragliding, etc.

Entrances to museums, etc.

lunches and dinners

Drinks in hotels and restaurants


other personal expenses


Group size

3 – 4 persons (1 family)

7 – 8 persons (1- 2 families)

from 9 persons please ask for an offer



from 1290,00 € / person with 7 – 8 persons

from 1590,00 € / person with 3 – 4 persons

high season + 200,00 € / person

280,00 € single room surcharge



Freely selectable

High season July and August




We meet at the airport; from there we drive directly to Durres on the coast.  After check-in at the hotel, we relax on the beach drinking coffee – a typical Albanian activity – and eating ice cream. In the evening we enjoy a typical Albanian-Mediterranean meal.


After a leisurely breakfast we drive about 1.5 hours to Berat, the town with the 1001 windows, which has been on the UNESCO World Heritage List since 2005.

Arriving in Berat, we will first stroll through the old town quarters of Gorica and Mangalem, marvel at the unique architecture, doors and archways.  We will climb up to the castle complex and visit the Ethnographic Museum and Onufri Museum. The castle, which is still inhabited today, is a big adventure playground with its winding alleys. At the same time, it is a testimony to Berat’s centuries-old architecture.

In the castle complex there are souvenir shops and craftsmen selling their own products. Several restaurants and cafés invite you to enjoy a pleasant stay.


After a day of culture in the beautiful town of Berat, some action is urgently needed. For the more adventurous guests, a rafting tour in Osumi Canyon is a good option. For this we will drive upriver through the Osumi Valley and then spend about 3 hours on and along the river.

If you don’t feel like this adventure, spend a relaxing day in Berat or take the car to the surrounding mountains.


We leave Berat in the direction of Fier and further on to Gjirokaster. This town is also on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

The city of 1000 stones and steps is famous for its stately houses from the Ottoman period, some of which have been lavishly restored.

High above the valley is one of the largest fortifications in Albania from the 13th century. In addition to an exhibition of cannons and military equipment, the complex houses an American jet that crashed over Albania during an alleged spy flight.

The most famous offspring of the city are as contradictory as one can imagine. One is the dictator Enver Hoxha, and the other is Ismail Kadare, Albania’s most famous writer.

As an activity in the city, a visit to the many stonemasons’ and seamstresses’ workshops is a good idea, as they will willingly let you look over their shoulders.


On our way to our holiday home in Himara, we stop at the “Blue Eye” – a water spring with an incredible abundance of crystal-clear water. Then the journey takes us to Butrint, one of the most important archaeological sites in Albania, testimony to 3,000 years of history.

The small peninsula is ideal for a walk of about 2 hours. In the middle of the nature reserve of the same name you will find turtles, colorful dragonflies, butterflies and ancient walls with strange figures. For the little guests there is a “treasure hunt” which ends with a spectacular find.

Impressed by the many nature and culture, we make our way to Himara, where we spend the next four days by the sea and enjoy the beach life. For in between there are numerous possibilities for activities such as donkey trekking, paragliding, boat trips and much more.


After four relaxing* days by the sea, we return to the capital Tirana.

On the way, we will stop at particularly impressive places, which can be visited on the right and left of the road. These include the Llogara Pass with a view of the sea and the opposite island of Corfu from a height of 1,000 meters. The lagoon of Narta (protected area), the Roman city of Apollonia or the Orthodox monastery of Ardenica are ideal places to stop.

* The kind of relaxation depends very much on the time of the journey. In the high season of July and August the beaches are very busy and parties are the order of the day. In the low season, when temperatures are still high in summer, the beaches are almost deserted.


Tirana should not be missing on the program of a trip to Albania. The hustle and bustle, the street cafés and the chaotic traffic should not be missed if you want to get an impression of today’s young Albanian society. Of course, we also have exciting places on our program for the young guests, such as a bunker from the Cold War or a cable car ride up the local mountain Dajti.


We will accompany you to the airport and say goodbye with the wish that we can welcome you soon back in Albania to experience many more adventures.

* The last two nights can be spent either in Durres or Tirana.

What's Included

  • Accommodation
  • Airport Transfer
  • Breakfast
  • Guide
  • Transport


  • City Tours