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Why Become a Kalipso Tour Guide?

One of the main players of the Kalipso platform are the tour guides that provide these amazing adventures to their customers. In our extensive research, we’ve managed to identify the main concerns of tour providers in Albania, and we attempt to address most of them in our platform. Here are some...
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The Albanian Alps, a fairytale journey

The Valbona River Valley lies in the eastern part of the Albanian Alps. A national park of 8,000 hectares, it is one of the most beautiful natural areas in Albania. The park lies about 22 km from the alpine city of Bajram Curri. Before entering the valley, you will find the spring (vrellen) of S...
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Blue Eye - A Natural jewel of Albania

The Blue Eye ("Syri i kaltër") is a water spring and natural phenomenon occurring near Muzinë in Vlorë County, Albania. A popular tourist attraction, the clear blue water of the river bubbles forth from a stunning, more than fifty-metre-deep pool. Divers have descended to fifty metres, but it is...
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Ionian Coast and the sunny days

The Albanian Riviera is blessed with 300 days of sun.  The average temperature in January is 10 degrees C. and the average temperature in July is 25 degrees C.The Ionian coastline is known for having fascinating beaches with deep and very clean waters. Younger crowds tend to visit the Ionian...
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Tirana, a city with never-ending movement and energy

Tirana, the heart and capital of Albania, like all other European metropolises has never-ending movement and energy. With its clubs, bars, cafes, and taverns, Tirana is worth discovering by both day and night. The hospitality shown towards tourists is something that will mark your journey not on...
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