Balkan Rivers Tour Videos

Motion pictures say more than 1000 words. Below are short video impressions covering the entire 36 days of the Balkan Rivers Tour. Enjoy!


Residents of the Vjosa valley share our vision: they don’t want PM Edi Rama’s dams – they want their river to remain free. The video shows impressions of the last week of the Balkan Rivers Tour at the Vjosa, Albania. Camera: Rozle Bregar, Miha Avgustin, Aljaz Oblak


Some more Vjosa impressions. Camera: Rozle Bregar, Miha Avgustin, Aljaz Oblak


Dear Edi Rama, here we come! “It is not governments, superheroes or big corporations that care about these places. It is only us – we have to do something to protect them!” Watch! Camera: Rozle Bregar Matic Oblak


This is how much fun it can be to save rivers! Rivers Radika and Mala Reka in Macedonia – watch this recap video of the Balkan Rivers Tour action inside Mavrovo National Park. Camera: Rozle Bregar, Miha Avgustin


18 days on the rivers: watch this interim report of the Balkan Rivers Tour! Camera: Rozle Bregar Matic Oblak


Balkan Rivers Tour meets Montenegro! Here some impressions from Moraca and Tara! Camera: Rožle Bregar, Matic Oblak


STOP dam on the river Sana! The Sana is one of the last remaining rivers in Europe that host healthy populations of the Huchen (Hucho hucho), a species that is globally threatened and popular amongst anglers. Produced by Vanja Hadžiavdić


Some impressions from Zrmanja river in Croatia. Produced by Marin Gospić


Wonderful impressions of the grand opening of the Balkan Rives Tour at Lake Bohinj in Slovenia (April 16, 2016). Camera: Matic Oblak




Even if you don't speak Albanian - the impressions in this Albanian ZoomIn documentary are amazing! It covers days of the last week of the Balkan Rivers Tour - Vjosa, Valbona and Bence as well as some camp shots. Enjoy! Produced by Tv Albania


At the protest in Tirana: Watch how the kayakers sneakily tried to get that kayak to PM Edi Rama. Produced by Balkanweb Com


Ulrike Lunacek's (Vice President of the EU Parliament) speech at the banks of the Vjosa in Queserat. Produced by Tageblatt Lëtzebuerg


Famous Albanian singer Golik and his iso-polyphonic vocal group sing for the Vjosa. Produced by Tageblatt Lëtzebuerg


Welcoming the kayakers with an applause and "Jo diga" chants at the Flotilla site in Queserat. Produced by Tageblatt Lëtzebuerg