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New park attracts tourists vacationing at Bulgaria’s northern Black Sea coast

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The largest nature park in the Dobrich region, which occupies an area of ​​700 hectares, is now accessible to visitors. The animal world that can be seen in the park is impressive – hundreds of deer, over 250 mouflon, 50 pygmy goats, over 300 wild boars, birds and other game species. In order to enjoy the animals safely, seven observation towers have been built for tourists. The park was modeled in a similar way to famous national reserves such as Kruger in South Africa, Serengeti in Tanzania, Amboseli in Kenya. In addition to a variety of fauna, visitors can see diverse flora as well. In addition to hiking, the park also offers horse riding, hunting tourism and local cuisine.

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