The wildcat prowls carefully in the thickets, graceful roe deer walk, badgers and foxes come out of their burrows to hunt. In the meadows, blue, purple and white heads of the Eastern pasqueflower (Pulsatilla patens) stand out in all their beauty, the flowers of the snowdrop anemone (Anemone sylvestris) impress with their whiteness and the pheasant’s eye (Adonis vernalis) nods with all its yellow flowers from the bright bushes. Rare Listera ovata hides itself under the green tent of oak groves. High in the sky, the booted eagle (Hieraaetus pennatus) and the lesser spotted eagle (Clanga pomarina) hover, looking for their prey. The stork walks loftily around the meadows.
Travellers come here not only to admire the nature, but also to take part in ethno-festivals and forums.
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Almost one fifth of the park’s area is a reserve area. Tourist activities are prohibited here, except for tours along hiking trails.
to the city of Vinnytsa, Kodyma town, Rudnytsia Station (nearest railway stations), Rudnytsia-Haivoron narrow-gauge railway (to Katashyn, Dokhno, Kurenivka, Shcherbakovo stations).
from Kyiv, Vinnytsia, Odesa, Kodyma to Chechelnyk urban village.
Kyiv – Chechelnyk – 314 km (5 hours)
Vinnytsia – Chechelnyk – 159 km ( 2.5 hours)
Odesa – Chechelnyk – 275 km (4 hours)
Lviv – Chechelnyk – 531 km (8 hours)