The project aims to develop the natural elite tourism in the Divjaka-Karavasta National Park through the improvement of the tourist guide coupled with quality products and the right human capacities.
Divjaka-Karavasta National Park is the most important area for biodiversity in Albania. This richness has largely increased the natural tourism that registered more than 4000 tourists in 2016. This high-level interest demands also urgently that the tourism offer respond to the expectation of visitors. It demands particularly the appropriate infrastructure and human capacities providing information to visit and better protect the Park natural values. The project is supported by Global Environment Facility.
The project is supported by, Global Environment Facility and implemented by AOS-Albanian Ornithological Society.
Global Environment Facility
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