Discover the Beauty and Richness of Dajti Mountain National Park


Established in 1960, Dajti Mountain National Park proudly holds the distinction of being Albania’s first national park. This natural gem is nestled near the capital city and is a treasure trove of biodiversity and cultural heritage.

🏞️ A Jewel in the EMERALD Network 🏞️

Dajti Mountain is not just a park; it’s an integral part of the prestigious EMERALD network, signifying its status as a critical and rich ecosystem deserving of protection.

🌼 Flora Delight 🌼

Dajti Mountain boasts an impressive 991 vascular plant species, with four of them being endemic to this remarkable region. It’s a paradise for botany enthusiasts!

🦌 Wildlife Wonderland 🦌

The park is home to a diverse range of wildlife, including 44 species of mammals, 143 species of birds, 25 species of reptiles, 12 species of amphibians, and a staggering 426 species of insects. Nature lovers, birdwatchers, and animal enthusiasts will find plenty to explore here.

🏰 Natural Monuments and Cultural Treasures 🏰

But Dajti Mountain National Park is more than just its natural beauty. It also holds a rich tapestry of cultural, religious, and historical attractions, waiting to be explored.

🌟 A Natural Treasure Worth Protecting 🌟

Dajti Mountain National Park is not just an ecological wonder; it’s a piece of Albania’s heart and soul that deserves preservation and promotion.

🎥 Watch the Video 🎥

For an in-depth look at this breathtaking park and the efforts to protect it, watch the video below. Produced as part of the #GreenAL project, financed by the #Swedish International Cooperation and Development Agency (#SIDA) and implemented by @Coplan – Institute for Habitat Development in collaboration with @CISP Sviluppo dei Popoli, @VIS Albania, and @COSV- Cooperazione per lo Sviluppo.

🌐 For More Information 🌐Join us in preserving and celebrating this natural treasure near the heart of Albania’s capital city!

The activities are part of the “NGOs for Biodiversity Conservation” project, supported by #GreenAL. Funding for this project comes from the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA), with contributions from the Swedish Government. The project is implemented by Co-PLAN Institute for Habitat Development, in collaboration with CISP Sviluppo dei Popoli, VIS Albania, and COSV – Cooperazione per lo Sviluppo.

#GreenAL, (#SIDA) by #CoPLAN#VISAlbania and #COSV