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Winter carpathians

1 March , 00:00 3 March , 23:59 Kyiv

Greetings, EGEAns!

We invite you to spend the weekend with us. Let’s discover ukrainian cultural landscapes, exchange thoughts and simply have a rest!

When? March 1-3
Where? Kolochava Village, Zakarpattia region, Ukraine.

It might sounds scary to travel to Ukraine during fullscale war, but we assure you, we’ll do our best to make this trip safe. Here few reasons why you should try:
There is a big distance from the frontline. The place of our adventures is more than 800 km far from it. That’s why Zakarpattia region is one of the safest in Ukraine. Even air alarm sounds not so often comparing to the other regions. Also, Kolochava is far from military objects and big cities, which is important too.

During the entire war, the Zakarpattia region was never attacked

The trip will start in Lviv on suburban train station. Our train leaves at 9 a.m (Kyiv time), so you’ll need to arrive till this time. You can try to get to Lviv with the help of such international transportations as FlixBus, KLR Bus and others. We will return to Lviv on Sunday at 14:25 (2:25 p.m.) and then you can walk around to enjoy this old city.

You will see:

  • An authentic wooden church, made without a single nail, in the baroque style, the church to this day makes more than one passerby tourist drool with admiration.
  • Brown bear rehabilitation center. Animals that have suffered cruel treatment or have been kept in captivity without suitable conditions are allowed here for protection. Work is also underway to reproduce the natural population (there are about 300 individuals in Ukraine) and to deepen research on Ukraine’s largest predator.
  • Picturesque waterfall. Shypit waterfall is one of the seven natural wonders of Ukraine.
  • Unforgettable experience and much more.

Just fill out the Google Form and get ready for the trip: https://forms.gle/DgCtZCSeJG6oXmQj7

€45 Included enterteinment, meals, transfer and hotel

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