For eco-tourist who enjoy photography or wildlife a visit to the Sevan National Park should definitely be on the list of things to do. One of the world’s newer national parks, this haven for wildlife in the heart of Armenia offers beautiful views, wonderful hiking opportunities and one of the most beautiful lakes in the world.
Known to the locals as the Blue Pearl, Lake Sevan is one of the greatest aspects of the national park, much in thanks to the abundance of wildlife that have the lake to thank for their home. The fishing reserves are in decline, however, this is an ideal location for birds during their migratory flights over the year so if you visit at the right time, you could witness a wondrous variety of birdlife who are enjoying a brief visit to the park before once again making their way.
There are hiking tours and holidays available or the park and quite frankly, there is no better way of enjoying this beautiful piece of landscape, with the fresh air all about you and such a rich and colourful selection of nature at every turn.
Reptile lovers will want to bring a camera to the park, with numerous different species including some interesting varieties of toad as well as a range of colourful lizards there will no shortage of photo opportunities for the nature loving green travellers out there.
There are various tours available with some eco-tours taking in the park as well as other parts of the Armenia. The country relies heavily on Sevan National Park for its income so if you are considering a trip to this beautiful part of Europe, it may be prudent to look into booking through local sites and doing your bit to contribute towards the economy.