Sochi Park is the national park which can be found just near Sochi City and is the second oldest national park in Russia.
The parkland spans a mammoth 478,730 acres within the Western Caucus World Heritage Site. The landscape here is one of the most diverse in the world, and the park is teeming with exotic wildlife like leopards, wild bears, red deer, yellow Caucasian lilies. The Mzymty River runs through Sochi Park, and is popular with river rafting fans.
Visitors to the area looking for a hotel in Sochi to base themselves at the five star Radisson Hotel, Rosa Khutor, which makes accessing both the slopes and Sochi Park a breeze.
Explore the Caucasian National Park
Visitors looking to explore Sochi Park can pick from over 28 trails which are well marked, and there are plenty oftour guides who can share their unique insights into the park’s history (which stretches back to the Byzantine Empire) and fascinating geology.
Features to look out for at Sochi Park include the Achun Tower which stands proudly on top on the Achun Mountain and the impressive Orekhovsky Waterfall.
To get a feel for the diverse life which exists in Sochi’s lakes and seas, visitors should complete their day with a trip to the Sochi Aquarium, which showcases a host of exotic species.
The Radisson Hotel, Rosa Khutor
After being on their feet all day exploring Sochi Park, guests staying at The Radisson Hotel, Rosa Khutor will appreciate the comforts of their hotel all the more. Guests can unwind at the Lobby Bar with an early evening cocktail, enjoy healthy grilled dishes at the Black Bar& Grill or simply take refuge in their spacious rooms to enjoy the views over the mountains.