With unrivaled knowledge and experience, we are committed to bringing you high quality, small group trekking experiences in Balkan's most spectacular regions. No other region on earth offers the diversity you'll discover in the Balkans; Kosovo , Albania, North Macedonia, and Montenegro - with spectacular natural sights, challenges, activities, and encounters with some of the world's most colorful cultures and wildlife. After many years spent in outdoor adventures, Gonxhe Zeqiri and Adnan Beqiraj, the founders, want to share with other people the love for Nature, for authentic experiences, and for the gorgeous and still most unspoiled countries of the western Balkans. Hereby, our mission is to make every trip an unforgettable experience of your lives. We specialize in amazing small-group adventure tours to some of the Balkans' most remote places. Our average size is 8; small enough to explore independently, but big enough to meet like-minded trekkers.
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