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Kemeri National Park is a protected nature reserve located in the western part of Latvia. It covers an area of approximately 38,165 hectares and is home to a wide range of flora and fauna, including many rare and endangered species.

The park was established in 1997 to preserve the unique landscape of the Kemeri Bog, one of the largest bogs in Latvia. It is characterized by its winding boardwalks that allow visitors to explore the bog's diverse habitats, including open water, marshes, and forested areas. The park also features several mineral springs that are believed to have therapeutic properties.

In addition to the Kemeri Bog, the park includes several other important ecosystems, such as coastal dunes, lakes, and forests. These habitats provide a home for a wide range of species, including moose, deer, wild boar, lynx, wolves, and many species of birds.

Kemeri National Park offers visitors a variety of activities, including hiking, cycling, bird watching, and nature photography. There are several hiking trails that wind through the park's forests, bogs, and wetlands, and visitors can also rent bikes to explore the area on two wheels. The park's bird watching towers provide excellent views of the many species of birds that live in the area, including the rare Eurasian eagle-owl.