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DIVJAKA PARK

Albania
  • +355 66 606 5407
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(5 Ratings)

DIVJAKA PARK is headquartered in Tirana. The address of the DIVJAKA PARK is Albania.You can be contacted at: +355 66 606 5407. You can refer to a few comments below before coming to this place. There are 90 related addresses around DIVJAKA PARK already listed on soamaps.com

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Address
Albania
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Ratings
5
Phone:
+355 66 606 5407
Compound Code
XF7G+FR Divjakë, Albania
Opening hours
Monday: Open 24 hours
Tueday: Open 24 hours
Wednesday: Open 24 hours
Thursday: Open 24 hours
Friday: Open 24 hours
Saturday: Open 24 hours
Sunday: Open 24 hours

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How to contact DIVJAKA PARK ?

- You can contact DIVJAKA PARK by phone: +355 66 606 5407

Where is DIVJAKA PARK located?

- DIVJAKA PARK is located at Albania

How is DIVJAKA PARK rated?

- DIVJAKA PARK has 5

What days are DIVJAKA PARK open?

- DIVJAKA PARK is open: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday

Is DIVJAKA PARK open on Sunday?

- On Sunday, DIVJAKA PARK is open at 0h

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Reviews

Patricia V 01/07/2021
Divjaka Park is a must-go place!!
Priscilla Titus 03/12/2019
Gorgeous park, great trails, wonderful visitors center, and knowledgable friendly park staff!
Arban Shehu 01/24/2019
The Divjakë-Karavasta National Park(Albanian: Parku Kombëtar Divjakë-Karavasta) is a national park in western Albania, sprawling across the Myzeqe Plain in the direct proximity to the Adriatic Sea. The park spans a territory of 222.3 square kilometres (22,230 ha) containing remarkable features such as wetlands, salt marshes, coastal meadows, floodplains, woodlands, reed beds, forests and estuaries.Because of the park's important and great availability of bird and plant species, it has been identified as an important Bird and Plant Area of international importance. Divjakë-Karavasta National Park The official logo featuring the dalmatian pelicanand stone pine in the background. CountyNearest cityDivjakë, LushnjeCoordinates40°55′26″N 19°29′40″EArea22,230 hectares (222.3 km2)[1]DesignationNational parkEstablished19 October 2007 Among the largest in the Mediterranean Sea, the lagoon of Karavasta has been recognised as a wetland of international importance by designation under the Ramsar Convention.It is separated from the Adriatic Sea by a large strip of sand and was formed by the sediments of which has been discharged by Shkumbin and Seman. Located near the sea, the park experiences mediterranean climate, with temperatures that ranges between 12 °C (54 °F) in February and 24 °C(75 °F) in August. The particular climate has favored the development of a vast array of floral and faunal species with an immense quality. In terms of biogeography, it falls entirely within the Illyrian deciduous forests terrestrial ecoregion of the Palearctic Mediterranean forests, woodlands, and scrub.The wealth of fauna is reflected in the list of many species and subspecies recorded to date, with 228 species of birds, 25 species of mammals, 29 species of reptiles and 29 species of amphibia.The park is mostly notable for featuring 5% of the world population of the globally endangered and extremely raredalmatian pelican. The wetlands and swamps are abundant in algaes and dense phanerogam grasses. The forests and woodlands are ascertained by a mixture of varied species of deciduous, coniferous and mixed trees, due to the lower river valleys and sea coast.The forests are important because they provide shelter for a large number of animals, including the red fox, golden jackal and roe deer. The park provides important spawning and nursery habitat for economically valuable fishspecies that are exploited by a local fisheries cooperative. It is also known for the beauty of its natural landscape, its role in the local economy and its touristic appeal. This park offers a wide range of diverse wildlife to the explorers. However, a new resort complex project inside the park has been proposed by the construction giant Mabetex owned by Kosovo-Albanian businessman Behgjet Pacolli, which is fiercely opposed by environmentalists and local authorities.
Mario Sota 04/16/2018
Virgin nature , perfect destination for those seeking wild adventure, bird watching , fishing and many more outdoor activities. Also a quiet snd secure place to bring your kids to play in the vast national park divjake-karavasta . The beach is also very close to the woods so you can go by walking , cycling and also there's public transportation in the summer season . Soon we will be opening a certified local guides community especially made to help foreign tourist explore the zone while also feeling safe , stay tuned friends.
Bleta Dixhitale 06/29/2017
Very quiet and nice place

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