Wildlife Holidays in Albania

Mountains cover about 70% of Albania’s surface area, and it has a long (nearly 300-mile) coastline extending along the Ionian and Adriatic seas. It has a Mediterranean climate and a rich biodiversity relative to its size: over 350 bird species, about 80 species of mammal and it has a very rich flora – Albania contains about 30% of the species of flora found in Europe!

Naturetrek Tours to Albania

Our tour to Albania focusses on the bird-rich coastal wetlands followed by spending time in the Albanian Alps in the north. Two centred, we really get a feel for the country visiting some historic towns and including the famous Koman ferry trip!

What's special about Albania?

Albania offers some wonderful habitats that are very much underwatched, unknown and teeming with life! From coastal wetlands to rugged mountains there is always a stunning view and travel is exciting and varied.

Our Albania Specialist Recommends

‘We offer a pioneering 8-day holiday to this little-known Balkan country, focusing on the birds and other natural history of the Albanian Alps and the scenic wetlands of Divjaka-Karavasta National Park.’

Operations Manager - Tom Mabbett

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WHAT YOU'VE BEEN SAYING ABOUT OUR Albania HOLIDAYS

E.F. Hertfordshire Brazil - Just Jaguars!

The opportunity to see so many jaguars and lots of other wildlife. The naturalist guide Paulo in the Pantanal could not be faulted; his English was excellent and his knowledge amazing. He spared no effort in seeking out the best possible sightings and looking for elusive animals.

Miss G.L. Alabania in Spring

I enjoyed the great variety with the combination of cultural and wildlife interest. As a walking holiday this was ideal for me, with regular stops to observe our surroundings. One of the highlights was the hospitality shown by the mountain people. The food produced under such primitive conditions was fantastic.

I enjoyed the great variety with the combination of cultural and wildlife interest. As a walking holiday this was ideal for me, with regular stops to observe our surroundings. One of the highlights was the hospitality shown by the mountain people. The food produced under such primitive conditions was fantastic.