Kiev, the capital of Ukraine, is said to be a paradise of monuments, churches, national museums, national parks, cross-over bridges and black sea. Many travel agencies are offering private support service through which you can plan a detailed trip and tour within Kiev as well as outside the city, in case you are planning to explore the countryside to capture maximum photos. One of many city attractions is Carpathian National Park, which is an ideal place for adults and kids alike. It is 55 kilometers long and 20 kilometers wide, and is said to the largest, widest, and longest national park of Ukraine. Some people also live in this park and new houses are being built along the line of old ones. All those people who are living in the park are professional with special expertise, such as Hutsuls are famous for their woodwork, handmade work, and delivering high quality folk art.
In order to enter in the park, the travelers have to pay a minimum entrance fee, which is affordable. Additional charges aren’t applied and you don’t have to pay an entrance fee either, if you are being led by a hotel trip or special travel agency trip. Carpathian National Park has been divided into four different zones so that the traffic flow towards the area can be controlled easily. The divisional setting of the park ensures safety to the environment as well as the green valleys and caves located around it. On the other hand, the park is big so it will be wise to rent a kiev apartment so you will have more than one day to explore it. To protect tourists from unwanted hazards or incidents, the administrator has restricted the area to which they can go surf or enter in. However, Hikers and mountain climbers have permission to access even those areas which lie in the restricted or no-go park area.
There are two very beautiful and enchanting small towns, based right in the Carpathian National Park, Vorokhta and Yaremche are wrapped by tall tress and mountain slopes. In these two towns, tourists get easily access to the modes of accommodation and transportation; even mini buses can be taken on the rent for a detailed daily trip in the park. You’d better appoint a personal driver when you reach in Kiev, because your trip will probably last for one night or two. Therefore, you should have proper arrangements in the place to save money.
If you really love camping and hangs-out, you have a brilliant chance of making a family camp near the banks of River Prut. The campfire can be put on with the woods, which are very inexpensive and some barbeque tools can be taken along to grill hot and saucy chicken in the night. The administration is very strict, the campers have to take all the responsibility with respect to their camping and they need to make sure that spending a night will not be risky at all. They are required to clean the trash after they are done. Campfires are illegal in the park, but if you set your camps a little farther from the park you can do whatever you desire.
The Carpathian Mountains are said to be the hiker’s paradise, because they can have maximum fun at Mount Hoveria, which lies on the west of Vorokhta. The sloppy mountains are very magnificent and present a natural view that you haven’t seen anywhere else in your life. If you want to surf the mountain you will be required to hire personal guide and a taxi driver, going there alone won’t be a good idea at all.