The only karst cave in Podillia with a distinct, three-level structure. Covering a route through different obstructions, wells, and gaps such as “The Baleen”, “The Decollete”, “The Toches” and “The Pioneer Hill”, we will eventually find the stunning “Partisan Gallery”. Legends, myths and cave ghosts are waiting for you in this underground kingdom.
Beloved by tourists and filmmakers, the unassailable Khotyn fortress (ХІІІ-ХХ centuries) still impresses with its 40m high walls, 65m well and amazing views of the Dniester river. The fortress featured prominently in the lives of many history makers and will certainly leave a lasting impression on you.
Home to the “Pompeii of the Dniester Ukraine”, commonly known as the Verteba cave. The number and value of artifacts of different periods found here make it incomparable to any other cave in the world. The length of the cave’s corridors reaches 8km, and the temperature is consistently +11˚C. You will find the interesting labyrinth, “Kamiana Solomka”, with is stalactite-filled ceiling. Verteba cave also contains the first underground museum of archeology, detailing Trypillia culture and the Neolithic age. Here you can view a diorama of Trypillia dishes, sculptures and items found during archeological excavations.