Locals use the boats here when returning from shopping trips or school in the cities, with the boat drifting to the sides to drop off or pick up passengers waiting on the banks, waving for attention.
Along the way, you'll have the opportunity to take in the scenery of sheer cliff walls on both sides of the narrow lake.
The mountains that surround the lake and can reach over 1,700 metres in height are almost uninhabited, except for the occasional settlement.
Visit the Skanderbeg Monument, the mosaic on the National History Museum and the Palace of Culture, which are all located on Skanderbeg Square (Skanderbeg is the national hero of Albania).
The main sight in Tirana is the Et'hem Bey Mosque, which sits right on the city's main square.
Due to the remoteness of the region and the lack of tourist infrastructure, today's activities will come as a surprise to all of us, including the leader!
You may go for a hike in the surrounding mountains, walking through wide valleys, ascending to mountain passes and trekking though thick forest, or you might simply hang out in the village with the locals.
Take an early morning transfer to Lake Koman (approximately 1.5 hours), where you'll board the ferry for the daily run through a series of connected reservoirs between Koman and Fierza, in the remote north eastern corner of the country (approximately 3 hours).
The series of lakes were created when a hydroelectric dam was built at Koman in the 1970s.Perhaps discover more about the stories of blood feuds, said to be carried out in the name of the Kanun code, the customs that governed all aspects of life in the mountains.Tiny Kosovo is Europe’s newest (official) country: a handful of landlocked mountains, poppy-dotted meadows and oak forests smack bang in the middle of the Balkans.If you're going to be late, please inform the hotel reception.We'll be collecting your insurance details and next of kin information at this meeting, so please have these on hand.This morning head out on an orientation walk of central Tirana.