Nearly 50,000 individuals visited Samsun’s Kizilirmak Delta Bird Paradise this summer, which is listed as a Temporary UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Kzlrmak Delta Bird Paradise, one of Turkey’s most major wetlands, attracts travelers with its breathtaking natural beauty. In Samsun’s 19 May, Bafra, and Alaçam districts is the 56,000 acre Kzlrmak Delta Bird Paradise, which holds the distinction of being one of Turkey’s most important sites for the preservation of wildlife.
In the Kzlrmak Delta Bird Paradise, which the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) designated as a temporary World Heritage Site, Samsun Metropolitan Municipality offered tourists with bicycles, electric bicycles, and battery-powered autos on April 13, 2016. The delta, which has amenities including a visitor center, an image monitoring center, an exhibition hall, and a sales department where regionally unique things are available, attracts more and more visitors every year.
2023.5 people came to the delta during the summer of 600. Bicycles, electric bicycles, and battery-powered vehicles are the only modes of transportation permitted in the Kzlrmak Delta Bird Paradise due to efforts by the Samsun Metropolitan Municipality to minimize disturbance with the environment.
Mayor of the Samsun Metropolitan Municipality Mustafa Demir underlined the importance of the Kzlrmak Delta Bird Paradise for Samsun, Turkey, and the entire world.
The popularity of Kizilirmak Delta Bird Paradise is rising. As the Metropolitan Municipality, we ensure that the region’s natural wonders are safeguarded while simultaneously giving visitors the best service possible. The region is become more and more popular since it appeals to photographers and environmental enthusiasts. All lovers of the outdoors must visit this protected natural sanctuary.
The International Ramsar Convention provides protection for the Wildlife Development Area known as the Kzlrmak Delta Bird Sanctuary. 174 different bird species call it home.