Zhenetskyi Huk - Waterfalls Zhenetskyi Huk and Kaplyvets - ukraine-travel

Waterfalls Zhenetskyi Huk and Kaplyvets

Two- days excursion to the waterfalls Zhenetskyi Huk and Kaplyvets and also ski resort Bukovel. You can taste Ukrainian traditional food, enjoy the beautiful view of the Carpathians. You have the opportunity to stay in an incredible hotel, to explore Ukrainian culture. The Zhenetskyi Huk or the Huk waterfall is located on the Zhenets' river about 9 km from Tatariv village, Nadvirna RaionIvano-Frankivsk Oblast in western Ukraine. The height of the waterfall is 15 meters (49 ft). Local residents named the waterfall Huk because of the noise that is heard from him.

Zhenetskyi Huk is located on the Carpathian National Park, Gorgany mountain ridge and on the tourist root to Mount Homiak.
Waterfall Kaplyvets is not well-known among tourists. Maybe because someone is looking for an impressive height or foamy stormy stream, and Kaplyvets has no. But his charming "voice" does not match with any Carpathian waterfall!
Cascade Waterfall The Chapel is located on the Pyshnyi flow - the right tributary of the Prut.  But it is proposed for a thin "voice" - an important talent received! Water in it quietly streams, crossing the rock massif of fly-type. If you have never seen beauty in a stone - look!
You will have:

  • Meeting of tourists with a representative of the company «Aven - Tour»
  • Comfortable transfer
  • Ukrainian traditional lunch
  • Photoshoot
  • Excursion to the waterfall " Zhenetskyi Huk"
  • Trip to Bukovel
  • Accommodation in the Hotel
The price includes:
  • Pick-up from Ivano-Frankivsk
  • Escort of company̕s representative
  • Transfer in either direction
  • Lunch

Ivano-Frankivsk - Tatariv - Bukovel - Yaremche -  Ivano-Frankivsk

Highlights

  • Bukovel is the largest ski resort in Eastern Europe situated in Ukraine, in the Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast (province) of western Ukraine. A part of it is in state property. It is one of the most popular ski resorts in the Ukrainian Carpathian Mountains and is situated 30 km (19 mi) southwest of the city of Yaremche. In 2012 the Bukovel was named the fastest-growing world ski resort.
  • The Zhenetskyi Huk or the Huk waterfall is located on the Zhenets' river about 9 km from Tatariv village, Nadvirna Raion, Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast in western Ukraine. The height of the waterfall is 15 meters (49 ft). Local residents named the waterfall Huk because of the noise that is heard from him.
  • Waterfall Kaplyvets is not well-known among tourists. Cascade Waterfall The Chapel is located on the Pyshnyi flow - the right tributary of the Prut.  But it is proposed for a thin "voice" - an important talent received! Water in it quietly streams, crossing the rock massif of fly-type. If you have never seen beauty in a stone - look!
  • Yaremche is a city in Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast of west Ukraine. It is administratively incorporated as a town of oblast significance and is the center of Yaremche Municipality which includes the urban-type settlement of Vorokhta, a ski resort, and five other villages: Mykulychyn, Polianytsia, Tatariv, Voronenko, and Yablunytsia. The city is located at an altitude of around 580 meters (1,900 ft) above mean sea level.
  • Ukrainian traditional lunch. We will arrange a traditional Ukrainian lunch: - main course - tradition drink Uzvar - meet &cheese - salads - Ukrainian bun - Korovay

Route

  1. Ivano-Frankivsk
  2. Tatariv
  3. Bukovel
  4. Yaremche

The Huk waterfall is located on the Zhenets' river about 9 km from Tatariv village, in western Ukraine. The waterfalls height is 15 metres.  Local residents named the waterfall Huk because of the noise that is heard from him. Zhenetskyi Huk is located on the Carpathian National Park, Gorgany mountain ridge and on the tourist root to Mount Homiak. You can reach the waterfall by visiting the nature-discovery trail leading to the waterfall. This route is also a good example for researching and learning the impact of global warming on the ecosystem. On the way to the waterfall visitors can also meet foxes and the Carpathian squirrel.