Rest in the village of Bohdan
The village of Bohdan in the Rakhiv district of Transcarpathian region emerged from isolated settlements in the first half of the eighteenth century. In 1770-1777, the forestry department resettled peasants from Rakhiv and other settlements whose lands the government gave to German colonists. Near Bohdan there is a large number of mineral springs, that have long attracted tourists.
Bohdan is a beautiful Transcarpathian village located near the Petros and Hoverla. Bohdan is located 15 km from the district centre, Rakhiv. It stretches along the two banks of the White Tysa River.
The Carpathians have always attracted holidaymakers with their fresh mountain air, views of picturesque mountain slopes, clear lakes and rivers, healing springs and raging waterfalls. The Borshchyvytsia mountain, which rises within the village, has allowed the creation of the Bohdan ski resort, which is gaining popularity year after year, thanks to its diverse terrain. That is why thousands of tourists come here in winter from the most remote corners of Ukraine and from abroad.