Divjaka is a town in the western Albania. It is well known for the nearby National Park of Karavasta. Divjaka Beach has a great curative sand(12 km coastline), and the forest is one of the best in Albania. In the National Park is developed " the bird watching" (bird observation). Many foreign tourist comes here to see the famous Dalmatian Pelicans flapping their wings. In fact 6.4% of the Europe's population of this type of pelican is found in this lagoon. They build the nests in the only island of Pelican in this lagoon. It was chosen as an area of international importance, protected by the Ramsar Convention of 29 November 1995.