Lower Sula National Nature Park

Cherkasy region

Poltava region

About park

The gem of the park is the Sula River running among meadows and reed beds; on its banks, hayfields and pastures border on swamps. Downstream the river spreads
into numerous branches forming islands and shallows. Forests grow on these islands and steep slopes. The nature of the park is famous for its immense diversity of flora and fauna. The park personnel take care of numerous rare species including the European pond turtle (Emys orbicularis), the black stork (Ciconianigra), the white-tailed eagle (Haliaeetus albicilla), the peregrine falcon (Falco peregrinus) and many others. Incredible scenery of green islands among blue ribbons is displayed from the steep slopes of the Sula River right bank and its bay. The water spaces of the park attract fishermen, and the forests not only provide a chilly shelter but they are also rich in mushrooms and berries. It is a pleasure to spend time in the park — you can go rafting, pitch tents, walk along the paths and watch the birds. The Lower Sula Park always welcomes those who love and respect nature.
Site

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What to do

Biketour
Biketour
Trekking
Trekking
Rafting
Rafting
Fishing
Fishing
Birdwatching
Birdwatching
Photosafari (Meet the wild animals)
Photosafari (Meet the wild animals)
Events
Events
Swimming
Swimming
Campsites
Campsites
Eco-trails
Eco-trails
info

186 sq.m.

Area


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3

routes

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60 km

length of 60 km

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1

Orthodox church built in Cossack style

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3

rivers

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8

islands covered with forests

Warning!

Warning! The reservation area is intended only for protection of natural values and research works. It is prohibited to visit it.

International statuses

How to get here

By train:

Kyiv-Lubny

By bus:

Poltava-Orzhytsia, Kyiv-Orzhytsia.

By car:

Lubny-Orzhytsia

By plane:

Kyiv, Poltava

Contacts


Address: 37700 Orzhytsia urban village, 128 Tsentralna Str., Poltava region
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