This morning in “Wake Up” show, in national TV “Top – Channel” it has been spoken about caves, as very sensitive and important habitats of nature and cultural heritage. Caves are also touristic attractions, and are visited by many tourists. However, development of cave tourism should be of high care and strict management. Unfortunately in Albania, caves are among the most damaged habitats by human influence. Considering this, PPNEA, under the CEPF founded project “Land of Eagles and Castles”, has put a particular attention to study and protection of caves, in Karaburun Peninsula, in close collaboration with local NGO “Flag Pine” and RAPA Vlorw. A total number of 13 caves have been identified from which only 8 have been approved by experts to be promoted for tourism purposes, the rest are kept confidential due to their high sensitivity and need for further studies.