Tourists from the Czech Republic, Scotland and Sweden are visiting the Divjake Karavasta National park every weekend, say administrative authorities of the park. The picturesque panorama of the park in autumn and the preserved wild nature of it is attracting hundreds of visitors almost each week.
Tourists are curious to see the Dalmatian pelican and other rare species, to visit the Island of Pelican and to enjoy the nature. 6.4% of the Europe’s population of this type of pelican is found in this lagoon.
Autumn is the time when Flamingos return in the Karavasta Lagoon, the largest lagoon in Albania and in the Adriatic Sea which is part of the National Park. The Lagoon is part of the List of Ramsar Wetlands of International Importance since in 1995. Tourists are offered free guide tours within the lagoon by biologists that know the flora and fauna of the park and its characteristics.
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