For Albanian: http://www.albaniadive.com/
The underwater world fascinates us all. It is only recently that it has become accessible to almost anyone. Have you ever imagined swimming with underwater creatures? With us you can make your dreams come true.
We train in the system developed by the pioneer of free-diving and the first producer of underwater films; Jacques-Yves Cousteau. He founded the CMAS federation (Confédération Mondiale des Activités Subaquatiques) that brings together amateur diving clubs form all over the World. CMAS is an organization for those passionate about diving, it puts emphasis on safety and friendship and not only recreation. Our aim is to teach you safe diving habits in a friendly atmosphere so you can continue to enjoy the sport for many years. That is why our training takes longer, we expect more from you and you do more dives in the course than in other organizations.
http://www.butle-nurkowe.pl/wraki%20Saranda/index.html (beautiful photo underwater Saranda,Albania)
|Wherever you are in the World, you'll find that it isn't difficult to get to our base in Saranda.|
|The reason it is easier than you think is because all you really have to do is get on a plane to Corfu. Saranda is only 10km across from the Greek island!|
|The connection is direct from many international airports, it is reasonably cheap and regular.|
|Upon leaving Corfu Airport a 10 min taxi ride will take you to the port, from which a ferry leaves twice a day to Saranda!|
|Once you arrive in Saranda a 5 min taxi ride will get you to your hotel.|
Have a safe trip! See you in Saranda
|Corfu-Saranda||9.00 (GT)||16.00 (GT)|
|Saranda -Corfu||9.00 (AT)||13.00(AT)||16.00(AT)|
|Cost= 19 EURO|
|Travel Time: 90 min /||30 min by||Hydrofoil|
|The local time in Albania is Standard European Time which is 1 hour behind Greek time. Please check what time your plane arrives in Corfu and reserve a hotel room if the flight is a late one (We can help with hotel reservations upon request).|
The shipwreack lies in the port of Saranda. To see the photos please visit the gallery on the Polish sister page.
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