Which journey?

Envie d’Albanie offers several types of journeys. To help you choose your holiday with passion, you will find below some useful information:

  • The Cultural Journey

The Journey is a call to discover a country, a region, its cultures, its heritage and therefore a way of life. The destination creates a unique identity and seeks to seduce through immersion and authenticity. It seeks to transmit knowledge and a better understanding of the populations and history of the visited sites.

  • The Discovery Journey

The Journey combines a mixture of culture, history, meet with local populations, but above all it offers not only to look for something new, but to look in a different way. He guides through singular, surprising and unexpected landscapes, offering gorgeous panoramas filled with color and diversity. It conveys a little knowledge, history and encourages people to communicate with the environment.

  • Fly & Drive

fly-drive vacation promises independence, freedom and the ability to explore an abundance of landscape and scenery. At its most basic, a fly-drive is where you fly into a place, pick-up a car and drive around the area / region, staying at different places along the way. You eventually end up at the airport at which you began your drive, drop the car off and fly home. On this general theme, there are many variants. Fly-drives are also known as self-drive holidays, road trip holidays or multi-center holidays.

  • The Family Journey

The Journey lends itself to a game of sharing and transmission. It offers a variety of activities ranging from discovery to participation. It is designed so that everyone, whatever their age, can experience unique moments, pleasures, reunions and learning through an adapted rhythm.

  • Tailor-made Journey

Your Journey. It requires a complete involvement in its creation. It encourages reflection, research, discovery, knowledge and curiosity. It must meet the most unusual, precise and unique expectations.

  • The combined

Travel differently, in a new way. A combination of culture, discovery, nature, relaxation, intellectual or physical activities. It is designed to allow you to multiply and vary the pleasures and experiences..

  • Trekking

Finding its origin after the expeditions in Nepal, the term was used to designate a long exploratory march. Today it characterizes a long crossing or loop in an area difficult to access. The journey plunges into the heart of nature, departs from traditional roads, can give way to chance, takes the paths of shepherds or follows the tracks left by animals, moves away from comfort and infrastructure or reminds us of the essential and respect.

  • Hiking

The very spirit of walking. Hiking is a more or less a long walk without particular difficulties, the itinerary of which generally returns to the starting point. It is interspersed with breaks to admire and enjoy the works of nature.

  • Walking

A short and tamed walk allowing the discovery of places in urban or natural environments on an easy itinerary, accessible by all. It invites to share, to discuss, to relax, or to be romantic.

  • The Peaks

    Several hours of climbing to a rocky peak to reach a high point. It involves significant physical effort. It's a challenge. Access to the peaks offers unforgettable moments and sensations.
  • The difficulty levels

    1. A short walk, usually less than 4 hours, on an easy route, which may be urban or in a natural environment. Does not require any special physical condition.

    2. Walking or hiking in a natural environment of medium length (10 to 15 km), over a period of about 4 to 8 hours and on a route that can offer positive and negative elevations of around 400 meters.

    3.  Hiking or trekking in a natural environment of significant length (up to 20 km), over a period of about 6 to 10 hours and on a route sometimes at an altitude that can offer positive and negative elevations of around 1000 meters.

    4. Trek in a natural environment whose distance can greatly exceed 25 km. The stages can reach 11 to 12 hours and reach high altitudes and lead to peaks. The positive and negative elevations can be higher than 1000 meters.