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Going on vacation with tents: top 8 places to stay in Ukraine

Albina PanchenkoNews
Where to relax in Ukraine in nature

It's not too cold yet but it's not too hot either. Fall is a golden mean in every sense. Nature is at the peak of its beauty and people are trying to make the most of this moment. So we think it's a mistake to miss this chance.

Do you remember the movies with the company around the campfire, heartfelt conversations and songs with a guitar? Have you always wanted to be on the other side of the screen for a moment to feel the atmosphere? Then grab your friends, pack your travel backpacks, and choose your ideal travel destination.

Going on vacation with tents: top 8 places to stay in Ukraine

Svitiaz

The deepest reservoir in Ukraine is located in the Volyn region and is part of the Shatsky Lakes group. The water there is crystal clear and transparent. Coniferous forests that turn into a "living" picture in the fall are nearby.

You can spend the night here either in your own tent or in an equipped campsite. Its advantages are that there are toilets, showers, and parking areas. In addition, there are several cafes on the shore. But regardless of your choice, you will be bribed by the terrain, trails, and air that cannot be breathed.

Going on vacation with tents: top 8 places to stay in Ukraine

Aktove canyon

Power. This is the word that comes to mind when you first see the abyss between the cliffs. It is located on the Mertvovid River in the Mykolaiv region and is part of the Buzk's Gard National Nature Park. It is the only complex of granite boulders and rocks of different sizes in Europe with a deep river valley, waterfalls, and a lake.

There is a campsite at the Pid Lelekoyu guest house with electricity, showers and other amenities near the gorge. And for those who want to pitch their own tent, we recommend settling down on the coast. An important point: there is no infrastructure nearby. Take care of enough water and food in advance. There is also a problem with good roads, so it is better to stay at home in bad weather. And don't forget that it's quite dangerous in Mykolaiv region now, so don't ignore air raid warnings.

Bakota

A fantastic place not far from Kamianets-Podilskyi. Once upon a time, it was an ordinary Ukrainian village with mud huts. However, in 1981, the Novodnistrovska hydroelectric power station was built on this territory. For this purpose, the locals were evicted and Bakota was flooded. Today, not everyone is aware of the tragic past of the settlement, but they are very enthusiastic about the scenery. We agree: here, in the middle of the silence, you forget about everything in the world.

Today Bakota is a popular vacation spot. You can get there either by car or by minibus from Kamianets-Podilskyi.

Going on vacation with tents: top 8 places to stay in Ukraine

Buky Canyon

You will find it near the village of Buky in the Cherkasy region. The granite rocks that are washed by the Hirskyi Tikych River were formed here in the Proterozoic era. The gorge is about 5 kilometers long, reaching a depth of 20 meters in some places.

People come here for the majesty of the mountains and tranquility. However, the area is part of a protected zone, so it is forbidden to set up tents on its territory. But there is a way out: tourists stay in the Antonivskyi forest, located to the right of the mountains. It's almost deserted, which is a favorite of travelers looking for solitude.

Blue lakes

Did you know that you can visit "heavenly" lakes in the Chernihiv region? They are located in the village of Oleshnia. There is a campsite on the shore with all the amenities: a toilet, shower, drinking water, barbecue, and parking. You can rent a tent or put up your own on the fenced-in protected land. You can then take a walk in the coniferous forest, pick berries and mushrooms, and just enjoy the scenery.

Going on vacation with tents: top 8 places to stay in Ukraine

Myhia

Once a farm of Ukrainian Cossacks, nowadays it is a favorite place for nature and adrenaline lovers. The settlement is located on the coast of the Southern Buh on the territory of the Granitno-Stepove Pobuzhzhia Regional Landscape Park. There are rocks, artificial reservoirs and fast rivers here.

You can stay at the picturesque granite canyon. There is more than one campsite where you don't have to think about basic things. The infrastructure in the village is developed and designed for tourists.

You can explore the local flora around the clock. Radon Lake, where the water is as good as the Maldives, is nearby. And those who love thrills will be offered kayaking or rafting.

Going on vacation with tents: top 8 places to stay in Ukraine

White Lake

It is located in the Rivne region in the Styr River basin. It is known for its healing properties: it contains phosphorus and glycerin, which treat dermatological diseases. Of course, it's a bit chilly to swim in the fall, but some people don't mind and decide to improve their skin. Interestingly, the reservoir does not freeze even in winter: its temperature does not drop below 8 degrees.

Fishing enthusiasts stop nearby because pike, perch, eel, and tench are found here. Muskrats and beavers live in the forests, and wild geese and ducks live on the shore. You can book a room at the White Lake recreation center, which has all the amenities. But you are not forbidden to stay on your own either.

Synevyr

The Synevyr National Nature Park understands that there are plenty of people who want to live near the popular location. That's why they have organized a lot of tent sites to make it convenient to spend the night.

As a rule, they are located on the banks of the Tereblia River or mountain streams, along with gazebos and fire pits. The most popular camping areas are the Hamovanka, Rabachynka, Studenyi, Chorna Rika, Kvasovets, and Sukhar tracts.

Going on vacation with tents: top 8 places to stay in Ukraine

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