The departure will be early around 6:00 with our 4×4 vehicles, where for two hours we will pass through an off-road trail that is possible to be done only with these cars.
Bristan arrival and kayak preparation.
The entire group will receive the necessary instructions for a correct driving and safety measures. Then we will start our voyage towards Grama beach, a trip which will last 4-5 hours, this is due to the stoppages that will be made in small stunning beaches which can be accessed only by sea.
The final destination of this day with kayak will be Grama’s Bay. Here will be set up our camp and our tents. This will be for you a special outdoor adventure. The only way to arrive in this bay is by sea or through a path already forgotten for many decades.
Grama name is associated clearly with engraved inscriptions since ancient time, rocky inscriptions were numerous within the Grama’s Bay, and it counts more than 1500 inscriptions. Greek inscriptions are centuries years old and belong to the last centuries before Christ, enriched by some Latin inscriptions of the imperial period, even before that Greek medieval inscription was prevalent where most of the times their inscriptions were directed to Jesus Christ.
Ancient inscriptions in Greek language were directed to the Dioskurs, Castor and Pollux, who were Pagan Gods, protector of seafarers and shipping. Medieval inscriptions, written in Greek, are prayers directed to Jesus Christ, generally with the formula “Lord, help your servants.”
This day trip starts and ends in Tirana