Dilijan National Park in Armenia
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Dilijan National Park in Armenia was declared a National Park in 2002. Due to excessive exploitation from grazing and improper vacation use, the ministry decided to improve restrictions in the park. It has been demarcated into areas of natural significance, a recreational zone and and economic section, in a bid to satisfy everyone while attempting to protect the landscape.
This area is home to rich mezophile woodland and has been n the guardianship of the government since 1958. You can see Beech , Oak and Keni-trees along with a wealth of biodiversity related to this area. The Dilijan National Park can be found 1000-2200m above sea level as therefore you can expect high altitude flora and fauna to flourish here.
Wildlife found in the area range from the Brown Bear, Wolf and fox to the Brown Hare and Roe Deer. There are also 107 different species of birds that can be seen too, which should keep any enthusiast happy.
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|Contact Details|| Contact Line:
(+374) 542 303 (542 306)
Armenia Visitor Information Centre
3 Nalbandyan StReet
Dilijan National Park location
|Size of Park||24 000ha|
|Opened in||2002 (1958)|
|Unesco World Heritage Site||No|
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