Ecotourism routes of the national park include almost 280 kilometres passing by the ramparts of the ancient settlement Polkosten, Shkuraty slopes, Kruchanski landscapes, Kukvyn thickets. Along the way, there is the palace and park ensemble of the Zakrevskyi estate, a pyramid tomb, and sacred monuments, shrouded in the mystery of centuries; you can also take a walk through Berezovorudskyi Park or the paths of Masalskyi Island.
Valuable wetlands cover almost half of the park’s territory. Here lives the Eurasian otter (Lutra lutra), the European pond turtle (Emys orbicularis), the elk (Alces alces). There are many roe deers (Capreoluses), as well as the common crane (Grus grus), the stork (Ciconia), the harrier (Circinae) and the stoat (Mustela ermine). The European stag beetle (Lucanus cervus) can be considered a signature of the park. As for the flora, you can see the alpine squill (Scilla bifolia), the small pasqueflower (Pulsatilla pratensis) and the Eastern pasqueflower (Pulsatilla patens), the needle grass (Stipa capillata).
ecotourism routes, one of them is a water route
length of routes
Part of the park is a protected area, which is under special protection. Travelers can not walk here. By following the rules, you will help us preserve the unique nature and avoid unnecessary costs of fines.
From Kyiv, Kharkiv, Poltava, Kremenchuk, Cherkasy to Hrebinka station. From there – by suburban diesel train Hrebinka – Nizhyn to Pyriatyn station.
From Chernihiv to Nizhyn station, from there by suburban diesel train Nizhyn – Hrebinka to Pyriatyn station.
There is bus service from Kyiv, Poltava, Kharkiv, Cherkasy, Kremenchuk, Chernihiv, Sumy, Zaporizhia.
From Kyiv – 160 km (2 h)
From Poltava – 190 km (3 h)
From Kharkiv – 365 km (5 h)
From Cherkasy – 155 km (2.5 h)
From Kremenchuk – 174 km (2.5 h)
From Chernihiv – 215 km (3.5 h)
From Sumy – 211 km (3 h)
From Dnipro – 327 (4.5 h)
From Zaporizhia – 404 km (5.5 h)
The nearest airport is Boryspil Airport