We did the cave and tunnel tour with Alma and her team in the beginning of July. Please note we where the very first people ever on this tour, so it had some small things that could be adjusted for a better experience, but we loved it!
Pickup was arranged close to our hotel in Berat, and they even phoned our hotel to see if we were awake on time! We left perfeclty on time, and Alma was kind enough to add some little side tour to the canyon and an old weapon factory on the way to our tour site when I mentioned me being interested in those.
Alma, as well as the driver and the other guide spoke English, and we had a lovely conversation on all kind of different things on the way to the cave (about 1h drive).
Helmets, walking sticks and water where supplied by Albarafting, so we were well prepared for the hike (about 15 to 20 min) up the mountain to the site of the cave. Im not a fit person, but the walk was very doable. The cave itself is best explored by people who are okay with some rappeling/climbing and getting (very) dirty. There is a small slit with a dropoff not too far from the enterance, so you would start crawling and rappeling from there. Since there are a lot of bats living in the cave, so the floor is covered in poop. I would be interested in going back with the appropriate climbing gear and clothing though.
After the cave exploring, and a coffee (yes, they brought coffee and snacks to the hike!!) we walked back to the car, and drove to the storage bunkers. Unfortunately, we could only visit one side of the bunkers, since the bridge was missing the wood planks to walk on. Still the ones we could see where very interesting, and huge! I cant imagine how much ammunition and weapons where stocked here.
After this visit we drove to a small village to have a local lunch and some beer, which was very nice as well.
After the drive back, we where dropped off close to the hotel again.
The crew was lovely, they went above and beyond to cater for our specific needs, and answered all our questions, not just about the tour, but about general life in Albania as well. I very much recommend them!