Ramsar and World Heritage Sites

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The following table presents a list of Ramsar Wetlands of International Importance that are also inscribed (all or partly) on the World Heritage List under the UNESCO Convention Concerning the Protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage. Because of difficulties caused by sometimes overlapping names and boundaries, additional joint sites may have been overlooked.

The site names employed in this list are those used in the Ramsar List of Wetlands of International Importance and the World Heritage List. An asterisk (*) designates World Heritage Sites that are not fully contiguous with the Ramsar Site. For more details, see the Annotated Ramsar List or the World Heritage Brief Descriptions.

Abbreviations:
(MR) = Montreux Record
(WH-D) = World Heritage in Danger List


 

State Party
Ramsar Site Name (61)
World Heritage Site Name (48)
Albania
Butrint, 2003
Butrint, 1992, 1999
Algeria
La Vallée d'Iherir, 2001
Tassili n'Ajjer, 1982 *
AndorraVall de Madriu-Perafita-Claror, 2013Madriu-Perafita-Claror Valley, 2004
ArgentinaHumedales de Península Valdés, 2012Península Valdés, 1999
Australia
Great Sandy Strait, 1999
Fraser Island, 1992*
Australia
Kakadu National Park, 1980, 1989
Kakadu National Park, 1981, 1987, 1992
Bangladesh
Sundarbans Reserved Forest, 1992
The Sundarbans, 1997
Brazil
Mamirauá, 1993
Central Amazon Conservation Complex, 2000 *
Bulgaria
Srébarna, 1975 (MR)
Srebarna Nature Reserve, 1983 (WH-D)
Cameroon
Partie Camerounaise du fleuve Sangha, 2008
Sangha Trinational (with CAR & Congo), 2012
Canada
Peace-Athabasca Delta, 1982
Whooping Crane Summer Range, 1982
Wood Buffalo National Park, 1983 *
Central African Republic
Rivière Sangha située en République Centrafricaine, 2009
Sangha Trinational (with Cameroon & Congo), 2012
Congo
Sangha-Nouabalé-Ndoki, 2009
Sangha Trinational (with Cameroon & CAR), 2012
Costa Rica
Isla del Coco, 1998
Cocos Island National Park, 1997, 2002
Democratic Republic of the Congo
Parc national des Virunga, 1996
Virunga National Park, 1979 (WH-D)
Egypt
Wadi El Rayan Protected Area, 2012
Wadi Al-Hitan (Whale Valley), 2005
France
Baie du Mont Saint-Michel, 1994
Mont-Saint-Michel and its Bay, 1979
Germany
Wattenmeer, Elbe-Weser-Dreieck, 1976
Wattenmeer, Jadebusen & westliche Wesermündung, 1976
Wattenmeer, Ostfriesisches Wattenmeer & Dollart (MR), 1976
The Wadden Sea (with Netherlands), 2009
Hungary / Slovak Republic
Baradla Cave System and related wetlands, 2001 / Domica, 2001
Caves of Aggtelek Karst and Slovak Karst, 1995, 2000
Hungary
Hortobágy, 1979
Hortobágy National Park - the Puszta, 1999
India
Keoladeo National Park, 1981 (MR)
Keoladeo National Park, 1985
Japan
Yakushima Nagata-hama, 2005
Yakushima, 1993
Japan
Miyajima, 2012
Itsukushima Shinto Shrine, 1996
Kazakhstan
Naurzum Lake System, 2009
Tengiz-Korgalzhyn Lake System, (1976) 2007
Saryarka - Steppe and Lakes of Northern Kazakhstan, 2008
Kenya
Lake Bogoria, 2001
Lake Elmenteita, 2005
Lake Nakuru, 1990
Kenya Lake System in the Great Rift Valley, 2011
Lebanon
Tyre Beach, 1999
Tyre, 1984 *
Mauritania
Banc d'Arguin, 1982
Banc d'Arguin National Park, 1989
Mexico
Humedales del Delta del Río Colorando, 1996
Laguna Ojo de Liebre, 2004
Parque Nacional Bahía de Loreto, 2004
Parque Nacional Cabo Pulmo, 2008
Islands and Protected Areas of the Gulf of California, 2005
Mexico
Laguna San Ignacio, 2004
Whale Sanctuary of El Vizcaíno, 1993 *
Mexico
Sian Ka'an, 2003
Sian Ka'an, 1987
Mexico
Sistema Lacustre Ejidos de Xochimilco y San Gregorio Atlapulco, 2004
Historic Centre of Mexico City and Xochimilco, 1987 *
Mongolia
Lake Uvs and its surrounding wetlands, 2004
Uvs Nuur Basin, 2003 * (transboundary)
Nepal
Beeshazar and associated lakes, 2003
Royal Chitwan National Park, 1984
Nepal
Gokyo and associated lakes, 2007
Sagarmatha National Park, 1979 *
Netherlands
Waddenzee (Wadden Sea), 1984
The Wadden Sea (with German), 2009
Niger
Parc national du "W", 1987
W National Park of Niger, 1996
PhilippinesPuerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park, 2012Puerto-Princesa Subterranean River National Park, 1999
Philippines
Tubbataha Reef Marine Park, 1999
Tubbataha Reef Marine Park, 1993
Romania
Danube Delta, 1991
Danube Delta, 1991
Russian Federation
Selenga Delta, 1994
Lake Baikal, 1996 *
Senegal
Delta du Saloum, 1984
Saloum Delta, 2011
Senegal
Djoudj, 1977
Djoudj National Bird Sanctuary, 1981
Seychelles
Aldabra Atoll, 2009
Aldabra Atoll, 1982
Slovak Republic / Hungary
Domica, 2001 / Baradla Cave System and related wetlands, 2001
Caves of Aggtelek Karst and Slovak Karst, 1995, 2000 (transboundary)
Slovenia
Skocjanske jame (Skocjan Caves), 1999
Skocjan Caves, 1986
Spain
Parque Nacional de Doñana, 1982 (MR)
Doñana National Park, 1994
Sweden
Sjaunja, 1974
Laidaure, 1974
Laponian Area, 1996 *
Tunisia
Ichkeul, 1980 (MR)
Ichkeul National Park, 1980
United Kingdom
Gough Island, 2008
Inaccessible Island, 2008
Gough and Inaccessible Islands, 1995, 2004
USA
Everglades National Park, 1987 (MR)
Everglades National Park, 1979 (WH-D)
Yemen
("Detwah Lagoon"), 2007
Socotra Archipelago, 2008
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