Hungarian tourists rescued after been lost for 17 hours in the Forest

Hungarian tourists rescued after been lost for 17 hours in the Forest
 Magda and Dezho after been found by rescue team
 Two Hungarian tourists experienced more than they expected from Albania as they have been lost for about 17 hours in the Albanian forests.

Magda and Dezho rented a car and traveled from Tirana to explore the area of Llogora, Karaburun.

After a 5-hour ride, they realized they had lost their way, and then lost the phone signal. They only orientation was the lights on the other side of the mountain. They sent a message on their social network seeking water, among other things, eventually, this led them to be discovered. The two tourists recount how they spent the night among the wolves and the snakes.

"We were afraid of the wolves, snakes and the spiders and we had no water. This was the greatest problem. So as we had no water, we didn't eat more and continued to walk until we found a place where our phones reached again the phone signal." Dezho says to Top Channel.

"We wanted to go to Çika Mount, but they said to us it is a long journey, thus they offered to us the next tour in the Qafa e Thanasit. I dond't know where we lost the road, but was to late." Magda says.

At 10am on Monday, the rescue teams finally discovered the place where the tourists were and brought them to safety.
Hungarian tourists rescued after been lost for 17 hours in the Forest Hungarian tourists rescued after been lost for 17 hours in the Forest Monday, August 26, 2019 Rating: 5
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