Karpatskyi National Park - Archeological Sites, Historical Structures and Breathtaking Nature

If you are a nature lover looking for a great place to go and relax in Ukraine, look no further than the Karpatskyi National Park. This stunning mountain retreat is well developed to cater to tourism so not only are there plenty of well-preserved natural areas, but there are tons of great facilities too. The staff at most of the lodges are very friendly and helpful and the game rangers really do a good job of protecting the environment. Support this well coordinated effort at preserving Ukrainian wilderness by visiting the Karpatskyi National Park in Ukraine.

The Karpatskyi National Park is a very important part of the Karpatskyi Biosphere Reserve. It is significant, not only because it is a carefully protected area, but the amenities within it increase tourism, which helps to fund the preservation and protection of the area. While the Karpatskyi Biosphere Reserve was founded in 1968, the Karpatskyi National Park was only organized and defined in 1980. The park features a number of lodges and monuments which are notable for their architectural or historical value. It also has a number of health spas – usually operated at the various resorts – which allow you to enjoy relaxing health therapies while gazing out at nature. These rejuvenating therapies can be combined with peaceful walks through the park and a variety of sporting activities which are offered at the various sporting facilities found here. The combination of treatments, sports and nature is a great way to recharge and strengthen both body and mind. When you add to this, the fact that the park is home to a number of archeological sites, you will find that it truly has got everything you could need for a great vacation.

The Karpatskyi National Park is currently under the administration of the Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources. The park features a variety of vegetation zones and one can find beech, fir and spruce forests in some areas and pure spruce forests in other areas of the park. The somewhat unique Central European forests found here are one of the main draw cards for the national park and you simply have to experience it for yourself to understand what all the fuss is about. So start booking your stay today.

 



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Jiri Kohout - 2010-04-22 06:53:07

I love Ukraine nature and I'm planning a hiking trip to Carpathian mountains. I would like to visit reservation "Marmaroskij masiv" - come from Rachiv, than go along the ukraine-romanian border to the top "Stih" and from here to Hoverla. I've read that I need a permission to border footpath and to the national reservation. When and what time could I get this permission, please? Thank you very much for answer. Jiri Kohout, Czech republic.

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