Snagov Nature Reserve
The Snagov Nature Reserve is located 40 km away from Bucharest, Ilfov County. It can be visited all year round.
Entrance fee: No.
Established in 1952, the Snagov Nature Reserve is a nature protected area of national interest located 40 km north from Bucharest. The 110 ha reserve includes the Lake Snagov protected area and Snagov Forest protected area (10 ha).
The nature reserve is part of the old Vlăsia Forest and hosts a wide variety of flora and fauna and is also an important passage for the migratory birds. There are various activities that can be done in this green oasis here such as bird watching, boat rides, kayaking or biking.
Did you know?
The Snagov Nature Reserve has 2 700 species of flora and fauna out of which 171 are protected species. Initially the reserve protected only 6 species.
The Snagov Nature Reserve is a sensitive area because human impact can be closely observed. From poaching to illegal logging to uncontrolled waste disposal, all these activities had an impact on the ecosystem.
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