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Hiking

Incredible Borzhava: Velykyy Verkh — Shypit Waterfall

Incredible Borzhava: Velykyy Verkh — Shypit Waterfall

Polonyna Borzhava is one of the largest mountain ranges in the Ukrainian Carpathians. It stretches between the rivers Vicha, Borzhava and Rika in the Transcarpathian region. The landscapes here are very distinctive, being defined by their rhythmic structure and velvety terrain covered with grass and bilberry bushes. A one-day hike here is an easy and enjoyable walk. Borzhava has some of the most picturesques vistas in the Ukrainian Carpathians.

1 day

23 € per person

all inclusive

13.05 • 10.06 • 12.08 • 19.08 • 02.09 • 09.09 • 16.09 • 30.09 • 21.10

Wild Carpathians: to Kukul Meadows

Wild Carpathians: to Kukul Meadows

Middle-height, easily accessible and open meadows of the Kukul Ridge are very attractive for many hillwalkers, as they offer impressive panoramas of Chornohora, the highest mountain range of the Ukrainian Carpathians. From Hryhorivka Meadow and on, to Serednya, Ozirna, and Kukul Meadows, hikers enjoy the views of Hoverla and Petros mountains, and of the most part of Chornohora Range.

2 days

43 € per person

all inclusive

20-21.05 • 22-23.07 • 16-17.09

Sightseeing

A Journey to Transcarpathia, Mysterious and Wild

A Journey to Transcarpathia, Mysterious and Wild

The starting point of your travel is Lviv, the biggest city in Western Ukraine, and the center of the historical region of Galicia with beautiful architecture and rich history. Being a medieval fortress on the crossroads of many transcontinental trade routes, Lviv (also known as Leopolis, Lemberg or Lwów) was a melting pot for many cultures, like Ukrainian, Polish, German, Armenian, Austrian, Jewish, Italian, and many more. They all left their legacies, which create unique atmosphere of contemporary Lviv.
You’ll proceed to the Carpathians mountains and Transcarpathia, the land of high mountains, unwinnable castles, thermal pools, vineries, and absolutely delish cuisine!
You will see breathtaking mountain views and hidden forest waterfalls and lakes, get acquainted with the ancient traditions of the mountain villagers, and enjoy the natural treasures of the Carpathians which are the largest territory of wilderness still left in Europe. You will also visit the most beautiful and mysterious castles and palaces of Transcarpathia, which still keep the secrets and passionate love stories of their owners. The farewell medieval dinner in the castle will make your experience unforgettable!

6 days

355 € per person

all inclusive
on request
A Journey To Hutsuls, Ukrainians Who Live On The Wild Side

A Journey To Hutsuls, Ukrainians Who Live On The Wild Side

The starting point of your travel is Lviv, the biggest city in Western Ukraine, and the center of the historical region of Galicia with beautiful architecture and rich history. Being a medieval fortress on the crossroads of many transcontinental trade routes, Lviv (also known as Leopolis, Lemberg or Lwów) was a melting pot for many cultures, like Ukrainian, Polish, German, Armenian, Austrian, Jewish, Italian, and many more. They all left their legacies, which create unique atmosphere of contemporary Lviv. You’ll proceed to the Carpathians mountains, to the Hutsul region. This journey to the wild side of Ukraine will take you back in time!
Hutsuls are one of the Ukrainian ethnic groups who inhabited the Carpathians. Living in desolate mountain areas, they preserved their long-time traditions, handicrafts and way of life. We will visit Hutsul sheep shepherds, who still keep their ancestors’ lifestyle. We will make Hutsul traditional handicrafts such as pottery, blankets weaving and woodcarving. We will see traditional Hutsul wooden architecture which is on the UNESCO world heritage list. And we’ll indulge ourselves with traditional local cuisine. All that will be happening in the breathtaking landscapes of the Carpathian Mountains.

6 days

295 € per person

all inclusive
on request