Autumn tours in Ukraine: Amazing places of the Carpathians
Every year, the Carpathians attract more and more tourists. Moreover, the number of both Ukrainians and foreigners is increasing. And this is not surprising, because over the past 10 years, the development of the tourist infrastructure of the Carpathian region has gained momentum.
We understand that many people do not have the opportunity to travel for a long time, so we offer you a one-day tour of SYNEVIR LAKE AND SHIPIT WATERFALL, which combines amazing and unforgettable places of the Carpathians.
Our first stop is planned near the village of Pylypets. Here, from a height of 15 meters, one of the most majestic waterfalls of Ukraine - the Shipit waterfall - pours water into a colorful mountain valley in many magical cascades between the rocks. It originates from a large underground spring, in one of the most beautiful places of the Ukrainian Carpathians - Borzhava valley. Staying here helps you relax and gives you new vitality.
Next, we head to the Synevyr Pass - one of the most picturesque passes of the Ukrainian Carpathians, which is 793 meters high. It offers wonderful panoramas of the surrounding mountain ranges. Even the staunchest opponents of photos and video cameras agree to a photo session in this place.
We move a little higher into the mountains and get to the incomparable beauty of Lake Synevyr, popularly known as the "Eye of the Sea" and is the hallmark of the Ukrainian Carpathians.
It beckons with unparalleled mountain landscapes and crystal clear water, in which noble trout have long been found. The lake was formed approximately 10,000 years ago at an altitude of 989 meters and has a maximum depth of 22 meters.
And fauna lovers are in for a pleasant surprise. The Brown Bear Rehabilitation Center with an area of 12 hectares is located on the territory of the Synevyr National Nature Park. Due to human activity, this largest predator of Ukraine is on the verge of extinction and needs special treatment. The center was created to rehabilitate brown bears that have been mistreated in captivity and suffered from natural disasters, as well as to reproduce their population in the natural habitat.
And of course, no trip is complete without a hearty lunch. True gourmets will definitely taste the delicious dishes of the local Carpathian cuisine, which will be a wonderful completion of this incredible tour.
You can learn more about the tour program and booking here.
We wish you good travels!
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