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Tourists can Visit Protected Bays and See Sika Deer in the National Park of Primorye
18.08.2020 16:37
Tourists can Visit Protected Bays and See Sika Deer in the National Park of Primorye

The Sika deer park and reserved bays can be visited by tourists during excursions in the Land of the Leopard National Park in the south-west of Primorye.

      Guests are offered a choice of two tourist routes as part of organized groups. Both routes include a visit to the deer park with the opportunity to observe sika deer.

      The excursion will last several hours. Photo and video filming is possible. Only walking is available in the bays, swimming is not possible.

      The Land of the Leopard National Park is  bordered by China and North Korea. The maximum concentration of fauna in the whole of Northeast Asia was noted here. Amur tigers and Far Eastern leopards are found in the protected area of ​​282 thousand hectares.




Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Russian national parks Primorye Land of the Leopard   

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