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Turkey is a country where you can find an enormous variety of natural attractions that you can't see anywhere else in the world. Come and explore the national parks, amazing natural wonders, nature parks, natural protection areas and wetlands in Turkey.
Turkey has 43 official national parks to safeguard the rich variety of Turkey's natural heritage, for nature's sake, for our own and for future generations.National Parks in Turkey
Nature parks refer to parts of nature that have a vegetation and wildlife character and are suitable for the rest and enjoyment in the unity of landscape.Nature Parks in Turkey
Turkey is very rich country in terms of botanic life and the ecological richness. With its more than 300 wetland areas, Turkey is the richest country in wetlands among the countries in Europe and the Middle East.Wetlands in Turkey
Most of nature protection areas in Turkey are smaller in area than national parks, which allows for their enclosure and leads to more effective protection.Nature Reserves in Turkey
Turkey has lots of natural wonders that are extraordinary and a few that are truly unique. Come and get amazed with the unlimited purity and incredible natural wonders.Natural Wonders of Turkey
Explore all the natural beauties of Turkey, such as the awesome roaring waterfalls, spectacular mountains, idyllic Black Sea plateaus, great canyons, valleys, lakes and rivers.
Waterfalls are doubtlessly one of the most glorious and attractive natural formations in Turkey. Turkey's waterfalls charm thousands of local and foregin people each year.Waterfalls in Turkey
Turkey has many gorgeous canyons for you to discover and experience these magical formations. Some of them; Valla Canyon, Ulubey Canyon, Goynuk Canyon, Saklikent Canyon, Koprulu Canyon.Canyons in Turkey
Anatolian geography of Turkey contains a large number of valleys with its very rich nature. Some of them are home to the wildlife and the extreme sports.Valleys in Turkey
Turkey is a rich country for its fresh water sources, there are many rivers, lakes, lagoons and reservoirs around the country.Lakes and Rivers
Turkey has 4 amazing floodplain forests which are Igneada, Acarlar, Sarikum and Karacabey. These floodplain areas are very important habitat for some endemic flora and fauna in Europe, also as lush as rain forests.4 Floodplain Forests in Turkey
Discover the biodiversity hotspots, floodplain forests, rich bird life and all the special animals you can see in Turkey, they have so special place in the heart of Turkish people.
Kure Mountains, Yenice Forests, Istanbul's Forests, Firtina Valley, Karcal Mountains, Amanos Mountains, Ibradi-Akseki Forests, Mount Babadag, Datca Bozburun Peninsula are among 9 hotspots selected by the WWF.9 Forest Hotspots in Turkey
Turkey's birdlife is rich and varied. Turkey is an important country for birds, the bird watching (ornithology) is unlimited and can be done for 365 days and 24 hours.Bird Watching in Turkey
Turkey is considered a natural haven and home to Mediterranean Monk Seals which are in danger of extinction in the world.Mediterranean Monk Seals
Turkey is one of the most popular nesting sites for Caretta Carettas along the Mediterranean. Because of this, Caretta Caretta Turtles have a so special place in the heart of Turkey.Caretta Caretta Sea Turtles
Northern Bald Ibis is known as Kelaynak in Turkey and these species are almost being extinct in the world. The colony of the Northern Bald Ibis lives only in Birecik district of Sanliurfa province, on the Euphrates in southeastern Turkey.Northern Bald Ibis
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