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  • Attractions

    Wildlife

    When one thinks of Ukraine, wildlife does not necessarily spring to mind as it would when thinking about a country such as South Africa. However, Ukraine has a number of protected areas and National Parks all aimed at preserving its natural splendors. Ukraine has quite a diverse landscape providing a number of habitats for a variety of species. Wildlife in Ukraine is certainly not scarce. ...

  • National Parks and Reserves

    Kanivs’kyi Reserve

    In 1968 the renowned Kanivs’sky Reserve was established and formed with its beautiful and varied landscapes on the right side of the gracious Dnieper River which lies in the Cherkasy region within Ukraine.

  • National Parks and Reserves

    Yalta Mountain Forest Reserve

    Ukraine is a country that is biologically rich in flora and fauna occupying landscapes of varying types, from rocky mass areas to mountainous regions. This has led to large-scale biodiversity conservation in an attempt to preserve natural habitats for future use, unchanged by human destruction and pollution.

  • National Parks and Reserves

    Yovorivskyi

    In most countries it is often only the biggest national parks which receive proper attention from travel agencies and tour guides. Visitors are not even told about the smaller parks and their many wonders and most do not even know that they exist. Unfortunately this can turn into a somewhat vicious cycle whereby the national parks turn in less revenue and so less money is spent on their ...

  • Zakarpattya Oblast

    Irshava

    Irshava is located in the west of Ukraine and can be found in the province of Zakarpattya. The town of Irshava lies close to the volcanic Ukrainian Carpathians, which are part of the southwestern range of the Carpathian Mountains. The town also lies close to the Irshava River. In the Irshavsky district, Irshava is the administrative center, or the main town, which is linked to the Ukrainian ...

  • Zhytomyr Oblast

    Korosten

    The city of Korosten is located on the banks of the Uzh River in the Zhytomyr Oblast. At present, its population is estimated at 70 000 residents. It is a city with a past filled with destruction and turbulence. Korosten has learned that survival means to rebuild and start over, and this city in the Zhytomyr Oblast has done it more times than it cares to remember.