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Tour to Carpathians "Visit to Hutsuls for 1 day"

Journey to Carpathian mountains. You'll visit the wooden church in Dora, famous climate resourt in Yaremche, ski resourt in Bukovel, Vorohta and other sights.

Timetable of the tour

8:00 - going out of Lviv.

- Visit to the Pniv Castle

- Visit to St. Ilya Monastery in Dora

- Vorohta - ski complex, photo in national Hutsul clothes 

- Tour to Bukovel - the most famous ski resort of Ukraine

14:00 - lunch at the local restaurant

-    Arrival to Yaremche. Probiy waterfalls. The market of souvenirs and folk crafts. 

22:30 - Coming back to Lviv.

During the tour to Carpathians You can:

- Get acquainted with the beauty of Carpathian Mountains, authentic Hutsuls culture

- Taste the most delicious meals of Hutsuls kitchen

- Visit famous historical and natural sights: churches, castles, waterfalls and rivers, enjoy the magnificent Carpathian landscapes.

During the tour to Carpathians You'll visit:

- Pniv Castle - the ruins of the only one castle in this part of Carpathians

- Dora - the multilevel church of St. Ilya erected in 1939

- Yaremche - the famous climate resort, which is situated between beautiful hills in the picturesque valley of The Prut River. Thousands of people visit this place every year to see the beautiful waterfalls of Probiy and Guk.

- Vorohta - another one popular climate and water resort. This place is more wild in comparison to Yaremche. Here You'll be able to feel Yourself as the real Hutsul and even try on the traditional Hutsul clothes.

- Bukovel - the ski resort number 1 in Ukraine. You'll be able to ride on the ski lifts, see the breathtaking views on the tops of the hills.

Price of the tour to Carpathians:

You can find out it from the manager of our agency.


You can order the tour calling at:


Manager Nastya:
+38 063 183 23 02
+38 098 343 58 23

Tour guide Western Ukraine Daria:
+38 096 463 30 05
+38 063 279 98 91

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