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[19 Aug 2010 | No Comment | ]

Even if the rugged relief offers multiple rock climbing opportunities, Albania is almost completely unexplored and undeveloped as a rock climbing area as the past system didn’t do too much to develop the rock climbing potential.
—This article is not yet finished — 22 aug 2010

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[19 Aug 2010 | No Comment | ]
Diving in Albania

Albania offers multiple diving opportunities, especially in the Ionian coast where besides the rich submarine fauna you can see sank boats or archeological rests. It is not common to find diving equipment or diving clubs on the beaches, but you can use the following contact to organize a diving session:
Diving in Albania
Polska Baza Nurkowa – Polish Diving Base
mobile for international: +48 603 92 92 29
mobile Albania: +355 694 359 609
mobile Greg deRegovski: +355 695 113 923
skype: baza-albania or deregowskig
mail: office@albaniadive.com
Centre Manager
Martin Morawski
Instructor CMAS M2
mobile for international: +48 …

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[19 Aug 2010 | No Comment | ]
Beautiful Waterfall in Albania, Ujvara

Albania offers many places for hiking the most spectacular landscapes being those of the national parks.
One of the most impressive mountain national parks is the 4000 hectare Tomorri National Park, established south of the Shkumbin River in the Tomorr Range just east of the beautiful museum-city of Berat, and overlooking the city of Polican. Other important mountain national parks are:
Theth (Thethi) National Park in the Shale basin around Theth (2630 hectares)
Dajti (Daiti) National Park, 3300 hectares of the mountain overlooking the capital, Tirana and
Valbona National Park, in the Valbona Gorge from the …

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[14 Aug 2010 | No Comment | ]

The citizens of the following countries do not need a visa to enter Albania. The citizens from the countries marked with ‘*’ , can enter Albania even with a valid ID card (no passport required).
All the foreigners who have a valid multi – entry Schengen visa, type “C” or “D”, or a valid residence permit in one of the Schengen member states, can enter, stay and transit Albania without visa, within the validity term of the visa or the residence permit.
The other visitors, please check the page of Ministry of Foreign …

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[10 Aug 2010 | No Comment | ]

Albania is a safe place for visitors. Its hospitality traditions mean that foreigners or guests are treated with high respect; almost all Albanians would be ready to help if you are lost or in trouble.
The greatest risk most people in Albania face is driving, where traffic accidents are frequent because of uncareful drivers.
If you need a medical emergency, the fastest way to get to the hospital is by getting a taxi and saying to the driver ‘Tek Urgjenca’ (read it as : ‘Tek Urgentza’) meaning ‘To the medical emergency’. You …