waterfall Shipit

Price for group UAH10000

You will visit the most interesting destinations in the Carpathians such as Mount Hoverla and Mount Gymba (Gemba), the Rocks of Dovbush, Synevyr Lake, Bukovel resort and taste local beer and cheese.

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Excursion to Synevyr Lake

7.15 — departure from Lviv. — Stop (photopause) on Volovets pass — Walk to the waterfall “Shypit”. — Stop for mineral water tasting. — Walk to Lake Synevyr. — A stop for visiting the rehab center for brown bears. — Return to Lviv.


For a group of up to 7-8 people individual service tour to Lake Synevyr :

  • in Ukrainian - UAH 7500/group
  • in Russian - UAH 8000/group
  • in English, Polish, German and other languages - UAH 10000/group

Volovetskyi (Beskydskyi) Pass

The Beskydskyi Pass is a mountain pass through the Vododilnyi Range in the Ukrainian Carpathians. It is located on the water divide between the rivers Opir Vycha (Vicha) and on the border separating Skolivskiy District in Lviv Oblast and Volovetskyi District in Zakarpattia Oblast. The pass is 974.5 m high.

Waterfall Shypit


Beneath Mountain Hymba in the village of Pylypets, there is one of the seven wonders of Ukraine — a waterfall Shypit. Its numerous streams fall down from a height of 14 meters and resemble thousands of diamonds that are rolling from above. The waterfall attracts by its beauty at any time of the year. However, it is the most full-flowing in the spring, when the snow melts. What is the waterfall whispering about and what love story are its waters narrating — you will find out during our tour.

Mountain Hymba


In Polish, “gemba” means a lip. The mountain does resemble a lip. It offers many vast landscapes from the Polonyna Borzhava, a part of which Mountain Hymba is. The tourist routes, as well as hiking routes, pass here. Eight lifts are operating on its hillsides, therefore even the laziest tourist can easily get to the top of the mountain.

Synevyr Lake


Synevyr Lake lies at an altitude of almost 1,000 meters above sea level. The Legend of the Carpathians, the Pearl of the Carpathians, or the Sea Eye of the Carpathians — these are just some names of Synevyr. It was formed around 10 thousand years ago as a result of an earthquake; three mountain streams flowing to the lake maintain a high water level all the year round. The lake has a maximum depth of 24 m and an area of around 5 hectares. The lake is graced with mahogany sculptures of two lovers: a young man Vyr and a girl Syn; legend has it that the name of the lake was formed by combining these two names. The monument is 13 m high. In Synevyr, there is numerous trout of several species; however, fishing for trout is strictly prohibited. Swimming in the lake is also prohibited, although cold water doesn’t inspire to swimming — in summer, it reaches a maximum temperature of 10-12 °C only. You will always want to come back to the life giving waters, especially, if you are a backpacker tired of the trip. Create your legend about the beauty of this lake like more than one generation did, like those who were fascinated by this place, left and keep leaving a piece of their hearts here.


The tour price includes:

  • — travel by comfortable bus of the Euroclass,
  • — escort guide support,
  • — accommodation in the hotel.
    • The tour price does not include:

    • — food,
    • — admission tickets.
    • Price admission tickets:

      Waterfall Shypit — adults 10 UAH, free for children;

      Synevyr — adults 25 UAH, children 10 UAH;

      Mountain Hymba — adults 140 UAH, children 100 UAH;


    *Payment of the tour is paid in the equivalent of UAH at the rate of the tour operator*

    * In the autumn, it is desirable to have a raincoat and shoes that do not get wet.
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