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Old November 10th, 2011, 09:55 PM   #1661
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Disa faqe interesante si guida turistike neper zona e qytete te ndryshme ne Shqiperi:

THETHI
http://thethi-guide.com/index.php?lang=en

VALBONA
http://www.journeytovalbona.com/

KUKESI DHE RAJONET PERRETH
http://www.visitkukesregion.org/

GJIROKASTRA
http://www.gjirokastra.org/

SARANDA
http://www.saranda-guide.com/

VLORA
http://www.vlora-guide.com/

ZONA E BERATIT
http://www.guidaeberatit.net/portali/tomorri.htm#

KORCA
http://www.visit-korca.com/site/index.php

POGRADEC
http://www.pogradec.info/

KOLONJA(ERSEKA)
http://explore-kolonja.com/eng/tourism/index.php

SHENGJINI
http://www.shengjini.com/

VELIPOJA
http://www.velipoja.org/

RAJONI I SHKODRES ME ALPET
http://www.shkoder-albanian-alps.com...ian-alps-guide

LEZHA
http://www.guidalezhe.4t.com/index.html

PERMETI
http://www.visitpermet.com

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Casts of Thousands in Albania’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites
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Until relatively recently well below the radar of most international tourists, Albania is now making a strong showing on the world travel stage. This small country in the western Balkans is turning heads for a number of reasons: the unspoiled Albanian Alps in the north, the white gravel beaches and picturesque villages along the southern coast and a rich cultural heritage that has gained UNESCO recognition at three different sites. Albania was even recently rated number one in Lonely Planet’s “Top 10 countries for 2011”!
True, Albania might not come to mind as a destination for amazing ruins and cultural heritage, especially in the shadow of an archaeological giant like Greece, its neighbour to the south. Yet ancient civilisations have left their fascinating marks throughout the Balkan peninsula, including Albania. In fact, all of Albania’s three UNESCO-listed World Heritage Sites exhibit grand-scale traits to rival any of their Balkan neighbours. And the tale of the Cyclops from Homer’s epic Odyssey is understood to have been set in Albania.


Like a thousand unblinking eyes, the famous windows of Berat, Albania, stare back at admirers.


Berat, City of a Thousand Windows
The historic centre of Berat, also known as “the city of a thousand windows,” made the UNESCO World Heritage list in 2008. Walking next to the river and wandering through Berat’s narrow alleys, takes you back in time and reveals the rich history of a settlement dating from 2600-1800 BCE, making it one of the oldest towns in Albania. The interesting architecture shows Islamic influences from the Ottoman period, but also of Christian Orthodox traditions. On top of the hill is a beautiful medieval citadel with a lively village, beautiful churches and a mosque inside the fortress walls.
Are there really a thousand windows, as stipulated by the city’s epithet? An official count hasn’t surfaced yet, but looking out onto the layers of whitewashed buildings that make up the face of Berat, you do indeed get the impression of thousands of eyes (the rows and rows of windows) gazing back.


Gjirokastra in southern Albania is known as the "city of two thousand steps." Three locals have picked one of them for spending a quiet afternoon.

Gjirokastra, City of Two Thousand Steps
Located in the beautiful Drinos River valley in Southern Albania you’ll find Gjirokastra, a city with a tumultuous past. It has served as a feudal stronghold, Ottoman jewel, Italian colony and territory occupied by the Greek army during the first Balkan war.
Gjirokastra is hometown to two of the most notorious Albanians: Communist dictator Enver Hoxha and writer Ismail Kadare. The city retains an impressive fortress, a bazaar, an 18th-century mosque and several churches. It was inscribed to the UNESCO World Heritage list in 2005.
Gjirokastra’s unique architecture, developed in the 17th century by the Ottomans when building on steep hills, features distinctive stone roofs, wooden balconies, whitewashed stone walls and many stepped passageways. This is why Gjirokastra carries the nickname “city of two thousand steps.” Again, an official count has yet to be made, but wandering up and down the steep alleyways of Gjirokastra, you will have little doubt that the city has certainly earned its nickname.


Each year, thousands of tourists visit the ancient ruins of Butrint, Albania, reaffirming its need for both UNESCO and governmental protection.

Butrint, Preserved for Visitors in the Thousands
Situated on a small peninsula surrounded by a picturesque lagoon in southern Albania, Butrint is arguably the most interesting archaeological site of the Adriatic Sea region. Inhabited since prehistoric times, this site has been home to Greeks, Romans, Byzantines and Venetians who built their monuments in glades in the forest. Butrint is both an archaeological site and also a beautiful natural habitat with diverse plant and bird life.
Butrint was designated as a World Heritage Site in 1992. Five years later, during the period of civil unrest in Albania in 1997, Butrint was removed to the list of World Heritage Sites in Danger. As a result, huge investments were made to protect the archaeological site and to extend the protected area to include the surrounding landscapes. That led to declaring the 29 square kilometres around it a national park in 2000 and the park has since been extended to 86 square kilometres. The site was removed from the ‘in danger’ list and its status now helps curb encroaching construction. Butrint attracted around 20,000 visitors in 1996 and the number grows each year, confirming its importance to Albanian heritage and tourism. Its doubly-protected status as UNESCO site and a national park helps ensure that tourism pressure is regulated and tourism dollars keep the site preserved.
http://www.thetravelword.com/2011/11...eritage-sites/
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ALBANIA SURVIVAL GUIDE:


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Albania: Beautiful stranger

By Anita Harvey

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Anita Harvey discovers a different side to Europe as a welcoming Albania emerges from its drab, oppressive past.

The bus dropped us off at the border, turned and drove off. My travelling companions and I looked at each other, shrugged and started walking. And so it was that we arrived in Albania on foot.

At least we'd made it here, which was a good start. It hadn't looked too promising when one desk clerk after another at the bus station in Athens gave us the same answer: "Albania, why do you want to go to Albania?"

It didn't put us off. Tales from other travellers had inspired us. We were determined. A few months previously I knew hardly anything of this small Balkan country: homeland of Nobel Peace prize winner Mother Teresa of Kolkata and of black-market Mercedes ... and that was about it.

Research told us more about the country, but we weren't much clearer about how to get there. Eventually we took a punt we'd be able to take a bus from the Northern Greek town of Ioannina. And here we were at the border.

A short conversation accented by many hand signals with a lady at the border cafe gave us hope a bus would arrive at some stage. And by the time we'd eaten our last scrap of food, one did arrive and took us to the next town.

And so we progressed. Another bus, another wait by the side of the road, this time a minibus, each one taking us further into Albania.

As we progressed, the gravel road smoothing out to tarseal for a few kilometres before bumping us on to gravel again, we felt as if we'd left Europe far behind.

Small, domed concrete bunkers littered the fields, a stark reminder of the legacy left behind from the times of Communist leader Enver Hoxha. In the towns, we were greeted by the strange sight of stuffed animals and dolls rather morbidly hanging by their necks from door frames. A common practice, as we were later informed, to ward off evil spirits.

It's a country playing catch-up. Harsh communist rule had it closed off from the world for over four decades. And even under communism, Hoxha chose to align himself not with close neighbours like Yugoslavia, but rather with the ideas of the People's Republic of China.

Yet things are now moving forward, the roads are slowly being improved, accommodating the growing number of cars, modern buildings are springing up, public spaces have been reshaped and Albania is welcoming tourists with arms wide open. Old ladies hang from their windows and wave hello as we wander the cobblestone streets of our first destination, the town of Berat.

We arrived there late afternoon, just at the right time to see the golden sunlight reflecting off the windows rising steeply up the hill that give the place its nickname of "The town of a thousand windows".

Unesco-listed Berat oozes charm and deserves a lot more tourists than it gets. The lazy Osum River slices the town in two, the beautiful stone houses nestled into the hills on either side. The main bridge is a centrepiece and provides not only a crossing, but a platform for the fabulous vistas of snow-capped mountains in the distance.

As we wander up into the old citadel, a group of schoolchildren stops us, giggling and shyly asking for a photo. It feels strange to be on the other side of a camera, roles reversed as we squish up with the other children to fit in the frame, the photographer winding on the film in his camera before snapping another.

It is springtime and the wild flowers are growing in the cracks of the old stone. The sight of a horse-drawn cart, piled high with hay, stopped next to a new Mercedes at the traffic lights doesn't look out of place, but rather natural, normal here in Berat.

The kids swing their cameras and chat on their phones; they speak to us, wanting to practice their English.

They pull out their schoolbooks, telling us that they're learning about our part of the world in geography class.

Further north, the capital of Tirana is the flip side of the coin. It's modern and vibrant, and bright pink, purple and polka-dotted. The colours stand out against the blue sky, a multicoloured spectacle has been created, a conscious effort by locals to transform the drab, grey, communist-era slab buildings.

The city itself is as diverse as the colours; the tall minaret of the Et'hem Bey Mosque stands elegant in its place not far from high-rise apartment buildings on Grande boulevards. The national hero, Skanderbeg, holds his position on his horse, centre stage to historic buildings in the suburb next to trendy Blloku, where bars and cafes have opened to the public in an area our guidebook tells us was once reserved for the Communist Party elite. The young couple who run the hostel we're staying at tell us they've watched the city change drastically over the last three years. The streets have been cleaned and more bars and cafes have sprung up, including the revolving Sky Club bar where we grab a few drinks and watch the sun go down. The city's lights come on as we slowly spin, admiring a bird's-eye view of a country that's certainly one to watch out for.

Our stay here is brief; we had underestimated the pull of Albania, the way it draws you in, leaving you wanting to explore further, learn more, sit down in a cafe and chat to the locals or climb high into the hills.

We'll be back - it's hard to leave in more ways than one, our imaginations run wild with the coastline we've yet to explore and remote towns we're yet to see. And, literally, our departure is about as smooth as our entrance.

A long walk and search for buses in the town of Shkodra, the beautiful mosque grand against the brilliant blue sky and Mother Teresa set in stone. This time a little help is offered though, groups of women selling their wares cheer us on, point us in the right direction, their excitement rising as we got close, only to see the bus pulling away from the kerb.

A short sprint with heavy bags sees us on our way to Bosnia-Herzegovina - only just, we almost miss it - but maybe that wouldn't be such a bad thing at all.

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Getting there:

By air: Albania's international airport is Nene Tereza, 26km northwest of Tirana. Lufthansa flies from New Zealand to Tirana, with stops in Singapore and Munich.

By land: From Greece, an early-morning bus can be taken from Ioannina to the border, with connecting minibuses eventually taking you to Gjirokaster. From Montenegro, buses leave Bar bound for Shkodra.

Getting around: We visited the Albanian towns of Berat, Tirana and Shkodra by public transport. Buses are accessible, but the roads are a work in progress so make sure you leave yourself plenty of time.

Further information: See albaniantourism.com.

Anita Harvey paid her own way to Albania.

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Riviera Shqipėtare ėshtė Top Value Destination 2012

Edhe kėtė vit bregdeti shqipėtar, destinacioni turistik i cili kohėt e fundit po tėrheq vėmėndjen e operatorėve ekonomikė ndėrkombėtarė, mori njė vlerėsim tė rėndėsishėm: u zgjodh Top Value Destination 2012 nga guidat turistike Frommer. Qė vitin e shkuar Shqipėria udhehiqte renditjen e destinacioneve mė tė mira tė listuara nga Lonely Planet, dhe me kėtė vlėrėsim tė rradhės kandidon tė bėhet legjitimisht kufiri i ri turistik i Mesdheut.

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Nje ide shume interesante kjo me poshte, mqs. konkurrenca shton cilesine:

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Lancimi i Ēmimit te Turizmit Shqiptar 2011



Nė datė 4 Nėntor 2011 Ministria e Turizmit, Kulturės, Rinisė dhe Sporteve, dhe partnerėt ne kėtė projekt: Shoqata Shqiptare e Turizmit - ATA, Bashkėpunimi Ndėrkombėtar Teknik Gjerman-GIZ, launēuan fushatėn pėr projektin: Ēmimi i Turizmit Shqiptar 2011, projekt ky qė po aplikohet pėr tė tretin vit rradhazi dhe syon tė kontribuojė nė zhvillimin e qėndrueshėm tė Turizmit nė Shqipėri.

Kategoritė e Ēmimit Shqiptar tėTurizmit janė:

• Ēmimi i Turizmit Shqiptar pėr Inovacionin
• Ēmimi i Turizmit Shqiptar pėr Marketing
• Ēmimi i Turizmit Shqiptar pėr Eko-Turizėm

Kėto ēmime do tė pėrmirėsojnė ndėrgjegjėsimin dhe njohuritė nė sektorin e turizmit, lidhur me kėrkesat bazė pėr njė zhvillim tė qėndrueshėm nė turizėm, duke prezantuar shembujt mė tė mirė praktikė si dhe duke na sjellė risi tė reja pėr Ofertėn Shqiptare tė Turizmit.

Nė kėtė koncept janė pėrcaktuar qartė kategoritė e ēmimeve, proēedurat e aplikimit, si dhe kriteret e vlerėsimit. Ēmimi mund t’u jepet individėve, grupeve, organizatave, kompanive dhe komuniteteve tė cilėt kanė dhėnė kontribut tė shquar nė zhvillimin e qėndrueshėm tė Turizmit nė Shqipėri, duke pasur nė konsideratė aspektet ekonomike, sociale dhe mjedisore tė kėtij zhvillimi.

Ceremonia e dhėnies sė Ēmimeve do tė organizohet nė mes tė muajit Dhjetor 2011 nė Tiranė, nė kuadėr tė Konferencės 4-t Vjetore tė ATA-s.

Koncepti mbi Ēmimin e Turizmit Shqiptar 2011 do t’ju dėrgohet kėtė javė nga zyra e shtypit tė MTKRS tė gjithė institucioneve publike tė turizmit nė rajone, bashki, apo komuna, muze dhe site kulturore si kandiadtė potencialė tė kėtij projekti.

Nga ana e saj ATA do t’a pėrcjellė kėtė koncept tek tė gjithė sektorėt e industrisė sė turizmit dhe degėt e saj rajonale.

Tė adresuarit janė tė lutur tė identifikojnė kandidatė potencialė nė sektorėt dhe rajonet e tyre repsektive, duke inkurajuar pjesėmarrjen e tyre nė Ēmimin e Turizmit Shqiptar 2011.

Njoftimi dhe formularėt e aplikimit mund tė dėrgohen nė adresėn:
SHOQATA SHQIPTARE E TURIZMIT - ATA
Rr. Komuna e Parisit, Tirane
Tirane - Albania
Tel.: +355 (0) 4 2400433
Fax: +355 (0) 4 2400433
Cel: +355 (0) 692118618
Email: a.molla@ata.org.al
www.ata.org.al

Afati i fundit pėr dėrgimin e aplikimeve ėshtė dita e Premte, dt. 18 Nėntor 2011.

Informacionin e nevojshėm pėr pjesėmarrjen nė kėtė ēmim mund ta gjeni nė linket e mėposhtme:

Ēmimi i Turizmit Koncepti

Ēmimi i Turizmit Shqiptar pėr Inovacionin - Formular Aplikimi

Ēmimi i Turizmit Shqiptar pėr Marketing - Formular Aplikimi

Ēmimi i Turizmit Shqiptar pėr Eko-Turizėm - Formular Aplikimi
Ministria e Turizmit, Kulturės, Rinisė dhe Sporteve
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Fshati turistik Lura ne Gjirin e Lalzit (Durres)





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Guide turistike per Parkun Kombetar Divjake-Karavasta
07/12/2011- Burimi: Qendra EDEN


Gjate muajve Shtator 2010 - Tetor 2011, Qendra Mjedisore per Zhvillim, Edukim dhe Rrjetezim (Qendra EDEN) zhvilloi projektin "Te sjellim ne jete lagunen e Karavastase", mbeshtetur financiarisht nga Programi i Granteve te Vogla te Komisionit per Demokraci te Ambasades se Shteteve te Bashkuara te Amerikes ne Tirane.

Ne kuader te ketij projekti, eshte pergatitur dhe botuar se fundmi nje guide per te apasionuarit e ecjeve ne natyre "Hiking Guide - Divjake-Karavasta National Park", duke sjelle per gjithe te interesuarit bukurite e nje prej parqeve kombetare me te famshem te Shqiperise, ate te Parkut Kombetar te Divjake-Karavastase.

Kjo guide eshte nje publikim interesant me informacione per shtate intinerare turistike te sugjeruara ne Parkun Kombetar, te shoqeruara me ilustrime, harta dhe informacione me vlere per akomodimin dhe sherbime te tjera brenda dhe rreth Parkut Kombetar, krahas historise dhe kultures se zones.

Botimi eshte pergatitur ne gjuhen angleze. Nje kopje elektronike te tij mund te gjeni ne adresen e internetit http://eden-al.org/media/Divjake-Kar...ng%20Guide.pdf


burimi:http://www.mjedisisot.info/content.a...=239&lloji=dok
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A ka shpresė turizmi i Durrėsit?
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Tingėllon si paradoks, por besoj se Durrėsi ka potencial mė tė madh turistik jashtė sezonit sesa muajve tė verės

Tė ulesh sot tė shkruash diēka pozitive pėr turizmin e Durrėsit ėshtė jo e lehtė. Kėtu e kam fjalėn kryesisht pėr zonėn e Plepave, Shkėmbit tė Kavajės dhe Golemit, pra zonėn mė tė dėmtuar nga ndėrtimet kaotike. Pėr njė profesionist turizmi kjo bėhet akoma edhe mė e vėshtirė, sepse diskutimi duhet tė bazohet mbi vizionin e zhvillimit turistik tė kėsaj zone dhe jo lustra politike e mediatike sa pėr tė kaluar radhėn. Personalisht ndiej edhe njė detyrim moral pėr t’u ulur dhe menduar alternativat e mundshme tė zhvillimit tė turizmit tė kėsaj zone, sepse jam pjesė e shumicės sė njerėzve qė e kanė kritikuar fort kėtė zhvillim tė deritanishėm tė zonės sė Durrėsit, duke e marrė madje edhe pėr shembull si modelin mė tė keq tė zhvillimit tė njė zone turistike, i cili nuk duhet tė pėrsėritet nė zonat e tjera. Kam parasysh kėtu sidomos modelin e Golemit, nga i cili ka dalė edhe termi negativ “Golemizim”. Pra nuk do tė doja tė bėja pjesė nė grupin e atyre njerėzve, tė cilėt pasi e keqpėrdorin njė destinacion tė tillė pėr interesat e tyre, e flakin atė si limon i shtrydhur, nga i cili nuk mund tė nxjerrėsh me pėrfitim, dhe pėr tė cilin nuk duan tė flitet mė. Qė tė jem i qartė qė nė fillim, unė i ngelem idesė se Durrėsit, dhe sidomos zona e Golemit, ka nevojė pėr njė zgjidhje radikale nėse do qė tė ketė njė rinovim tė plotė tė produktit, pėr tė filluar njė cikėl tė ri tė qėndrueshėm. Zgjidhje tė cilėn e kam pėrmendur edhe mė parė nė media, si modelet nė Spanjė apo Portugali, ku ndėrtime tė tėra tė shėmtuara dhe jo produktive u rrafshuan dhe mbi to u ngritėn resorte tė mėdha tė qėndrueshme, ku bizneset e ligjshme tė mėparshme u bėnė bashkortakė. Kurse me ketė shkrim dua tė hedh disa mendime se si mund tė shtohet jeta e kėtij produkti me shumė mė pak ndryshime, por e pėrsėris, pas disa kohėsh, zgjidhja radikale do tė ngelet si e vetmja alternativė.

Kėtė vit, turizmi shqiptar i plazhit pėrjetoi pėr herė tė parė njė rėnie tė ndjeshme me rreth 20-30% sipas burimeve tė marra nga bizneset. Dy faktorėt kryesorė negativė, tė cilėt e shkaktuan kėtė rėnie, qenė zgjedhjet lokale tė majit, tė cilat penguan marrjen e masave pėr sezonin e plazhit dhe krijuan njė atmosferė tė tensionuar politike, dhe liberalizimi i vizave qė solli edhe njė rrjedhje tė konsiderueshme tė tregut vendas drejt Greqisė, Italisė, Spanjės etj. Ndėrkohė, parashikimet e rritjes ekonomike nė botė pėr 2012-n nuk janė shumė pozitive. Frika e njė krize nė Eurozonė dhe e njė recesioni tė mundshėm tė SHBA-sė kanė ndikuar edhe uljen e parashikimit tė rritjes sė industrisė sė turizmit pėr 2012-n nga WTTC (Kėshilli Botėror i Turizmit dhe Udhėtimit) nga 5% nė 3%. Kjo situatė e pėrforcon faktin qė ne jemi tė detyruar t’i kthejmė sytė nga tregu turistik vendas ose shqipfolės.

Duke qenė destinacioni mė i lehtė i arritshėm, 30 minuta larg nga aeroporti dhe duke pasur portin kryesor nė vend, me plazhe ranore rreth 30 km tė gjirit tė Durrėsit (dhe po kaq tė gjirit tė Lalėzit), pra me njė potencial shumė tė madh zhvillimi turistik, Durrėsi ka qenė pėr fat tė mirė dhe tė keq eksperimenti i parė i turizmit tė plazhit nė vend. Kjo bėri qė pas viteve ’90, por sidomos pas viteve 2000, nė gjirin e Durrėsit tė lėshohej babėzia e tė ashtuquajturve ndėrtues tė rinj qė masakruan pyllin e ndėrtuan kulla tė shėmtuara vertikale, pa asnjė lloj kriteri teknik apo estetik, duke shėnuar rekordin sot nė pallate 20-30-katėshe 10 m larg bregut! I gjithė ky pėrdhunim i pasurisė sonė kombėtare, dhe mbi tė gjitha i turizmit shqiptar, u bė pėr fat tė keq me bekimin e politikės lokale dhe qendrore. Sot, si pėr tė fshehur mėkatin e saj dhe pėr tė konfirmuar dritėshkurtėsinė nė vizion ndaj turizmit, kjo politikė i ndėrtoi njė rrugė me ndarėse tė pakalueshme mes pėr mes asaj zone, duke i falimentuar pėrfundimisht bizneset larg detit, dhe duke lėnė me pak shpresė vetėm bizneset nė krahun e detit, por edhe atė e izoluan vizualisht, sikur nuk duan ta shohin mė mėkatin qė kanė bėrė.

Disa faktorė tė tjerė qė ndikojnė nė largimin e tregut turistik nga Durrėsi (por jo vetėm) gjatė verės janė edhe ndotja e madhe e ujėrave tė zeza qė shkarkohen nė det, ndotja nga plehrat, ndotja nga ndėrtimet e pambaruara, ndotja akustike dhe vizuale, trafiku i rėnduar, mbipopullimi me njerėz, mungesa e shėrbimeve profesionale, mungesa e alternativave tė argėtimit, pėrveē plazhit, ushqimit dhe fjetjes etj. Dhe kjo ndodh kryesisht gjatė korrikut dhe gushtit. Ndėrkohė, jashtė kėsaj periudhe vizitorėt pothuajse zhduken fare, dhe kėtu fillon edhe shansi i kėtij destinacioni, nėse shihet nga njė kėndvėshtrim krejt tjetėr nga ai tradicional i plazhit.

Mund tė tingėllojė si paradoks, por unė besoj se Durrėsi ka njė potencial mė tė madh turistik jashtė sezonit sesa gjatė dy muajve tė verės. Duke mos pasur njerėz, ndotjet pothuajse reduktohen nė minimum; nuk ka pothuajse fare ndotje tė ujėrave tė zeza, ka mė pak plehra, nuk ka trafik dhe ėshtė njė qetėsi absolute, ku pėr herė tė parė mund tė shijosh zhurmėn e dallgėve tė detit. Shumica e bizneseve “tė rastėsishme” turistike mbyllen dhe rrinė hapur vetėm bizneset qė e kanė lidhur jetėn me turizmin. Pra le tė themi, pėr tregun e Tiranės, i cili punon 5-6 ditė tė javės dhe ėshtė ēdo fundjavė nė dilemė se ku mund tė ēlodhet, larg zhurmės, trafikut, ndotjes sė ajrit, mungesės sė parqeve dhe gjelbėrimit, Durrėsi duhet tė kthehet natyrshėm nė alternativėn e parė qė tė kėnaqė kėtė treg. Thelbi i kėtij produkti duhet tė jetė qetėsia dhe ēlodhja, pra pushime relaksi me familjen.

Cilat janė pikat e forta apo avantazhet? E para, hotelet qė janė tė hapura janė ato qė kanė krijuar njė pėrvojė nė menaxhim, ndryshe nuk do e pėrballonin dot mbajtjen hapur tė biznesit tė tyre gjithė vitin, pra do tė ishin sezonal. Kjo jep njė garanci qė shėrbimi do tė jetė mė i miri qė ajo zonė ofron sot pėr sot. E dyta, shumica e kėtyre hoteleve ose e kanė filluar biznesin e tyre si restorante, ose kanė punėsuar kuzhinierė me shumė pėrvojė, pra edhe ushqimi ėshtė nga mė tė mirėt dhe kjo ngelet njė nga pikat mė tė forta tė turizmit shqiptar. E treta, shumė prej kėtyre hoteleve kanė njė hapėsirė tė pranueshme, gjelbėrim dhe shpeshherė edhe pishina, pėr tė krijuar njė ambient tė qetė e tė bukur nė buzė tė detit, ku mund tė shijosh njė pije, ushqimin apo ku edhe mund tė lexosh i qetė njė libėr. E katėrta, janė mbi 30 km plazh qė janė krejt bosh pėr tė shėtitur i qetė me familjen, apo pėr tė vrapuar. E pesta, me gjithė kusuret e veta, gjeografikisht Durrėsi ngelet po aty, 40 km ose 30 minuta larg, distancė kjo mė e vogla e mundshme pėr tė shkuar diku nė fundjavė pėr tregun gati 1 milionėsh tė Tiranės, si dhe pika mė e afėrt e plazhit pėr tregun 2.5 milionėsh tė Kosovės, qė me rrugėn e re ėshtė 2-3 orė larg. Dhe e fundit, e gjitha kjo me njė kosto minimale.

Kush janė pikat qė duhen ndryshuar apo pėrshtatur pėr tė tėrhequr kėtė treg jashtė sezonit? E para, bizneset duhet t’i pėrshtaten nga ana manaxheriale 100% njė tregu tė tillė, tregut tė fundjavės pra, i cili ka shumė pak pika tė pėrbashkėta me tregun e plazhit. Ky treg mund tė jetė ditor dhe nė ketė rast ka nevojė tė kalojė vetėm njė drekė tė kėndshme, ose me njė apo dy net fjetje, pra qė vjen tė premten dhe ikėn tė dielėn (kjo e fundit duhet tė jetė edhe synimi kryesor qė duhet tė arrijnė kėto biznese). E dyta, ēmimet e fjetjes duhet tė jenė sa mė tė ulėta, mundėsisht nėn kosto, qė tė mos jenė pengesė pėr kėtė treg, sidomos nė prezantimin e parė tė kėtij produkti, dhe tė ketė oferta tė ndryshme pėr fėmijė. Fitimi nė kėtė rast duhet tė llogaritet tek ushqimi dhe shėrbimet e tjera. E treta, ėshtė e domosdoshme tė investohet nė shėrbime shtesė relaksi dhe argėtimi, si pishina tė mbyllura pėr tė rritur dhe fėmijė, qendra SPA, sauna, banjė turke, jacuzzi etj. (ose turizmi i shėndetit dhe i mirėqenies), argėtime nė salla tė mbyllura si buling, bilardo, pingpong, salla lojėrash etj., tė cilat i mbajnė klientėt tė angazhuar nė rastin e njė kohe jo tė mirė, por edhe fusha tenisi, minigolfi, kėnde lojėrash pėr fėmijė, biēikleta etj., pėr aktivitete nė ambiente tė hapura, nė rast se koha ėshtė e mirė. Nė kushtet e sotme, kur pallatet-hotele janė kurriz me kurriz, kjo duket pothuajse e pamundur, por jam i sigurt se nėse tregu vendas do i rikthehet Durrėsit nga shtatori nė qershor, pra pėr 10 muaj nė vit, hotelet e suksesshme do tė jenė tė interesuara tė blejnė objektet dhe hapėsirat pėrreth pėr t’u zgjeruar dhe shtuar shėrbimet e munguara. E katėrta, pushteti lokal duhet absolutisht tė pastrojė ēdo mbeturinė nė atė zonė, si edhe plazhin nė mėnyrė periodike, gjė tė cilėn e ka mė tė lehtė, sepse ngarkesa e ndotjes ėshtė e vogėl. Dhe e fundit, njė nga ēelėsat kryesorė tė suksesit tė kėsaj “ringjallje” produkti ėshtė marketingu. Nevojitet njė marketing i mirėmenduar me karakter sensibilizues, por edhe specifik pėr kėtė produkt, nė mediat lokale dhe ato kosovare, nga privatėt, por mbi tė gjitha nga bashkia, prefektura dhe Ministria e Turizmit ose AKT. Nėse shqiptarėt do tė informohen pėr njė fundjavė nė Durrės me kushtet e mėsipėrme, do paguajnė 1/3 e asaj qė paguajnė nė hotelet e Budvas, besoj se zgjedhja se ku mund tė kalohet fundjava nuk do tė jetė mė e vėshtirė.

I vendosur nė trajektoren e ciklit tė jetės sė produktit turistik tė teorisė sė Butler-it, Durrėsi ėshtė sot pėr mendimin tim, pėr fat tė keq, i pari produkt turistik nė vend nė “vdekje” apo rėnie. Ky vizion, nėse do tė realizohet nė praktikė (me pak kosto financiare, por me shumė vullnet nga tė gjitha palėt) do tė pėrbėjė kthesėn pozitive tė kėsaj zone nė kėtė trajektore, pra “rigjallėrimin” e shumėpritur nga tė gjithė deri nė njė afat tė dytė, kur tė gjithė tė jenė gati pėr njė zgjidhje afatgjatė. E sigurt ėshtė qė bizneset qė do tė investojnė nė kohė pėr t’i paraprirė adaptimit tė turizmit tė fundjavės, nė mos do tė pėrfitojnė investimin e tyre mbrapsht po nė kohė, do tė jenė pjesė e projektit tė sė ardhmes sė zhvillimit turistik tė kėsaj zone. Pėr arsyet qė pėrmenda nė fillim tė kėtij shkrimi, ky model iu dedikua pjesės mė tė dėmtuar tė turizmit tė Durrėsit. Por kjo nuk do tė thotė se nuk mund tė aplikohet pėr zona tė tjera turistike shqiptare me adaptimet pėrkatėse sipas karakteristikave tė zonės.

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Albania predicted to be number one target for trekkers in 2012

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Walks Worldwide, the UK’s most knowledgeable trekking holiday organisation, saw an unprecedented demand for its Accursed Mountains trek to Albania in 2011 and, with the levels of advanced bookings already received, predicts that it is set to become the next ‘must go’ destination for serious walkers in 2012.

Comments Mark Knowles, the man responsible for researching and creating Walks Worldwide’s extraordinary trek in Albania: “Serious trekkers are not like ordinary holidaymakers; they are far more adventurous and discerning, constantly seeking the next place which has yet to become popularised by the masses, hence Albania’s attraction".

“Europe’s last great trekking secret is out; the Accursed Mountains are spectacular, unspoiled and virtually impenetrable, except for a series of high passes that link the few farmsteads of the Albanian Highlanders to the outside world. This remote area of Europe can easily be compared with more far-flung and exotic destinations, including the lesser-trekked regions of the Himalaya.

“In fact, so certain are we that Albania is going to be the next ‘in vogue’ destination for walkers, that we have put together one of our special ‘reccy’ trips for September 2012, to explore the ‘Mysterious South’ of Albania for the first time. This will be unique to Walks Worldwide.

Walks Worldwide’s 8-day The Accursed Mountains trek was inspired by both Robert Carver’s book of the same name and the exploits of Lord Byron.

The trekking is graded as ‘demanding’, walking between four and eight hours a day at altitudes of up to 2000m.

The small group trip (maximum 10 people) – which will depart in June, July and September 2012 – will be accompanied by an expert local guide, to explore the wild mountains, where life has barely changed over hundreds of years (and the closest shop is a mere 5 hours’ drive away).

The 8-day itinerary costs from £565 pp which includes 7 nights’ accommodation, most meals, local guide, overland travel and baggage transfers whilst walking.

For more information, visit walksworldwide.com.
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