Dvorichanskyi National Park is a national park in Ukraine, on the right bank of the Oskil river, in Eastern Ukraine. It was created in 2009, as a result of a presidential decree. The park is located in Kupiansk Raion, Kharkiv Oblast, near the Russian border. It covers 3,131 hectares of state-owned land.
Ukraine is a big country and the distances are therefore bigger than most other European countries. The closest major city is Kharkiv and the drive from here is around 3 hours. You will be able to find flights to Kharkiv from some of the major airports in Europe. There are more flights to Kiev. However, the drive from here is closer to 8 - 10 hours.
When to visit
The national park is most popular during the warmer months. It is generally not one of the most visited national parks and there is little chance to see lots of other visitors.
Map of Dvorichanskyi National Park
Image gallery of Dvorichanskyi National Park
Most national parks have there own trademarks. This goes for both natural sights and man-made. This section will list any popular sights in nature.
Mushroom hunting in Dvorichanskyi National Park
Ukraine is a large country and foraging is popular with the local population. Be sure to check with the local authorities before foraging mushrooms in the national park.
Camping rules in Dvorichanskyi National Park
You need to speak to local authorities to get permission to wild camp. Wild camping is generally allowed in Ukraine. However, the rules do not apply in the national parks.