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  • Church Theth Albania
    January 21, 2018 Peaks of the Balkans with Arineta

    Balkan Natural Adventure will work together Kosovo sportswoman and mountaineer Arineta Mula, in implementing a Peaks of the Balkans trail for ten days, designed by ms Mula who has climbed some o the highest and toughest mountains in the world. She was member of the first Kosovar team to climb Mount Everest, and the first person from Kosovo and Albania to climb Ama Dablam. She has scaled numerous other challenging peaks, including Matterhorn and Eiger in Switzerland being the first albanian woman to climb them successfully. She is dedicated to the promotion of nature and women’s engagement in the Balkans. She will lead just one or two promotional hikes a year, which also aim to train and develop other women guides. This is her first Peaks of the Balkans Tour. The whole itinerary is ten days however you can join at a later stage or finish earlier if you choose to. July 15 – Arrival in Peja July 16: Liqunat – Babino Polje July 17: Babino Polje – Plavë July 18: Plavë – Theth July 19: Theth – Nderlyce Theth, (Possibility to end the hike and go in Albania seaside) July 20: Theth – Valbonë (Possibility to end the hike, […]

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  • January 15, 2018 Mentor salt of the earth man

    Mentor Vokshi is one of our Peaks of the Balkans guide and he has been awarded by the Balkan Natural Adventure for the best review a guide has ever got. Among others the reviewer said: ”’meeting Mentor restored my faith in the human race’, he was a patient, kind, salt of the earth man”. And all of reviews that he got were 5 stars. A passionate person about things he does he has an in depth knowledge of the mountain routs, history, and sports in general. Hiking is his passion, thus he has joined our team after a long experience working as civilian for the Italian army based in Kosovo, and most importantly after his career as a professional sports person. He has played basketball for the Star Gordola team in Ticino Switzerland as well as for two local teams in Peja, Besa and Dukagjini. Born in Peja next to the mountains he has spent most of his life in the city, however in his international engagement he spent few years in Ticino Switzerland where he has also learned Italian. He followed in his language passion with a professional certificate from University of Perugia. Other than his excellent Italian he […]

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  • January 9, 2018 Snowshoeing in 2018 getting better

    Snowshoeing in Kosovo both in Rugova and Sharr mountains is making it’s mark. With a Polish group snowshoeing for three days in December 2017 and January 2018 the start was very good. Currently new groups book every weekend making it more popular. For those living in Prishtina its the best escape from what sometimes looks like the most polluted city in the world. The Rugova mountains offer incredible conditions for daily and weekend tours. With almost no ski infrastructure, after an hour of walk you are out into the wild nature. Trails go through parts of the mountain that have zero avalanche risk, and offer open views of the Rugova mountains. Simultaneously you will be walking next to the woods experiencing the winter magic. Keeping it all safe in proximity of the village. Some more difficult trails go through Peaks of the Balkans rout, and some mountain peaks can be climbed on request. If you are motivated enough our guides can take you to higher peaks such as Gjeravica or Cfrla.  For winter climb these tours include a sleepover in a small hotel or a cabin. For special trails contact us and we will make the itinerary together. More text […]

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  • January 2, 2018 Kosovo winter for Poles

    Balkan Natural Adventure has hosted a group of Polish visitors in a wonderful winter hike in Kosovo including one for The New Year’s Eve. The Polish friends arrived in Kosovo with a van through Belgrade, under the organisation of our colleges from High and Away newly established company in Poland. More after photos Balkan Natural Adventure participated in designing of the trip, and offering different services such as guides, transport, and equipment rent for a trip that included, winter climbs such as Hajla, Liqenat, Sharr, Via Ferrata Ari and Gjeravica. The winter hike in Kosovo included snowshoeing in Sharr and Rugova mountains, with new equipment. Some of the trails went through Peaks of the Balkans trail. The experienced group of hikers had also a wonderful dinners in Kulla Zenel Beut, and Art Design, two top restaurants in Peja, while they have stayed in Hotel Dukagjini a spa hotel in the city of Peja. For Balkan Natural Adventure it is wonderful to have more guests in the winter season, while we are honoured we offered services in such a night as New Year’s. Balkan Natural Adventure will concentrate to work more in winter products, in order to improve the snow season […]

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  • December 15, 2017 Singapore welcome to Kosovo

    Balkan Natural Adventure has had the first clients coming to visit Kosovo in what would be considered as off season – December. However, those who are brave and know what they are looking for it is always fun to visit a country, such as Kosovo. The very sweet family from Singapore, arrived in snowy Kosovo in the middle of December and arranged two days in the mountains for the Majeni family of five from one of the most advanced and diverse countries in Asia. From the sunny flat Singapore with high raised buildings, the team came to low houses high mountains village of Drelaj, to be hosted by the Shala family. Equipped with the latest Inook, snowshoes, TLC poles and gaiters, the Singaporeans hiked toward the Hajla mountain. This trail is part of the Peaks of the Balkans Trail in the Accursed mountains. Experienced the snow and enjoyed the warm Kosovo welcome in very cold weather. Balkan Natural Adventure has an increased number of requests from the Asian country after the main newspaper there has published a story, of the UK writer Martin Anthony Fletcher, who was travelling the Peaks of the Balkans with Balkan Natural Adventure. In 2018 the […]

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    November 14, 2017 Peaks of the Balkans in November

    A German client hiked parts of Peaks of the Balkans and Via Dinarica trail, in November with some snow over the mountains. Our guide Adriatik Gacaferi planned the trip which went from Reka e Allages, through the mountains to reach the Mountains of Deçan the Zllanopoja, region. The whole trip was in Kosovo side of the Accursed Mountains. From reka e Allages the first hike of some 15 kilometers included Hajla e Keçe, the Fatos Lajci guest house and down at Drelaj, to be hosted by the Shala Family. Day two included the hike through Liqenat and two glacial Lakes, through Shkodra Pass which in Peaks of the Balkans trail is used to go to Babino Polje, Montenegro. However this time the trails went through the Peak of Leqinak (Maja Leqinakut, 2472) meters, to end in Zllanopoja. As at this time of the year the guest house is closed, our guide took care ti make a deal with the owner in order to use the facilities. Third day included return to Peja and climbing two Via Ferrata. This is a short trip designed with the client based on his availability and physical conditions. Balkan Natural Adventure, treats every group and […]

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  • November 6, 2017 Climbing the piribreg in Sharr, by Vivianne Rau

    My friend and I, two travelers in Kosovo, had the pleasure of enjoying an unforgettable day with not one, but three tour guides of the Balkan Natural Adventure team in the Sharri National Park. Adriatik, Nol and Marigona are super nice and experienced hiking guides and also the snow could not dissuade us to climb the top of the Maja Piri Bregut at 2524 meters. The three picked us up from our accommodation in Prizren in the morning and we drove together to Brezovica, a famous ski resort in Kosovo. On our way there, we could already envision the beauty of the mountains and breathtaking snow-capped mountain peaks. Arriving in Brezovica, we started our day tour at 1700 meters altitude. Equipped with snowshoes, hiking sticks, and a positive attitude, we started the climb. At the beginning of the trail, the snow was just covering the ground. However, the higher we went, the deeper the snow became. We were glad to be walking with our guides, as the trail markings through the snow were not always visible. Adriatik explained the stunning landscape to us and which mountains were passing in front of us. At any time, we were surrounded by postcard-like […]

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  • September 25, 2017 Marsela from Albanian highlands

    Marsela our Peaks of the Balkans guide is from Tirana, not born there but raised there next to the mountain of Dajti. Her roots go deep in the mountains of Bajram Curri next to the Valbona Valley. Villages in tops of the mountains often habited by catholics who run at the mountains to save their venetian inherited Roman Catholic religion religion from the Ottoman rulers. She is one of the guides working with Balkan Natural Adventure, in the Peaks of the Balkans Tours. Her roots have drown her back to the mountain to experience freedom as she says. “I like guiding it offers me freedom its a job that offers me more pleasure than work”, she says. In her early youth Marsela was an active athlete. She broke and still holds a national record for young in 200 meters. While being sportive the tour agencies have spotted her talent so she was involved in guiding from her very early youth running bike and hike tours. She took her passion for the mountains also in places very far from Albania, she hiked and guided tours in Tanzania, Trento Italy, Spain and Turkey. She is our most international guide. With her physical […]

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  • September 14, 2017 Top ten mountain peaks in Kosovo

    Top ten mountain Peaks in Kosovo   Balkan Natural Adventure has conducted a poll with nature enthusiasts and mountain associations in Kosovo and the results are here: What are ten best mountain peaks in Kosovo. The poll has been conducted in a way that respondents have been asked to rant the peaks based on their experience to hike them. The ranking has been made based on number of respondents who have chosen a peak to comment and the rating they have got. At number 10: Rusolia, Ranking 2.13 This is a mountain peak in border with Montenegro with 2381 meters. Photo It is a very nice climb with a view on Kosovo and Montenegro. It belongs to the Accursed Mountains, and it can be climber from Peja and From Rozaje Montenegro. It is not included in any of the international hiking trails that ho through Kosovo or Montenegro. Foto At number 9: Cfrla ranking 2.13 This is a mountain that may become a ski resort soon. It is situated just above Peja with 2…. meters of altitude. It is close to the border with Albania thus during the communist era in Yugoslavia it was almost a no go zone for […]

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  • September 10, 2017 Extra photos from Peaks of the Balkans

    BN Adventure in the Financial Times There are extra photos from the trip in the Peaks of the Balkans of  Martin Fletcher and photographer Ken Space. They visited the Accused Mountains as guests of our company and they have written a wonderful account of their trip in the Financial Times. The article was published in full page in the wekend edition of the newspaper. 2 september 2017. The story was accomponied with a video account of the trip, made and reviewed by Ken, who has also brougt to us a big number of wonderfull pictures. You can see the video in the FT facebook page. Click here “With aching legs and bursting lungs, we staggered up the rocky tip of Mount Gjeravica, Kosovo’s highest mountain. It was worth the effort. From our 8,714 foot vantage point we surveyed some of the wildest, most majestic and least spoiled scenery left in Europe” “This remote and mysterious mountain range, much of it accessible only by foot, offers more than beauty. It hosts shepherds and goatherds and ancient pastoral traditions that have yet to be destroyed by mechanisation. In its isolated villages, traces still survive of a centuries-old code of conduct that combines […]

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