About tour

Approaching the Carpathian Mountains, kilometer after kilometer, you will see incredibly beautiful landscapes, and interesting and informative excursion stops will tell you a lot of interesting things about the history, life and everyday life of local residents and famous personalities who have made this region famous. The tour program is designed so that tourists can see all the most interesting things during the short daylight hours.

Tour program

Departure from Lviv (08:00);

- Bubnyshche (Dovbush rocks);

- Benefit (lunch and Carpathian tram);

- Hoshiv (tour of the monastery);

- Lviv (return at 22:00).

*The original text is fully preserved from the author of the tour (tour operator)

The price does not include: entrance tickets to museums, the Carpathian tram, meals. Entrance fees: Entrance ticket to Dovbush Rocks: general, pensioner, student, pupil - UAH 10; Transfer to Dovbush Rocks by pazik in both directions: general, pensioner, student, pupil - UAH 70, children under 12 - UAH 35, children under 6 - free; Carpathian tram: general, pensioner, student - UAH 200, children (6-14 years old) - UAH 100, ATO participants and children under 6 (without extra seat) - free. Prices are subject to change.

5 reasons to choose tour


Picturesque panoramas of the Carpathians


Riding on the Carpathian tram


Majestic and mysterious rocks of Dovbush


Overview of the monastery


Mountain rivers

Key landmarks


Carpathian tram

The journey starts in the village of Vygoda and passes in the mountains, along the picturesque river Mizunka. However, in addition to beautiful landscapes, you will learn a lot of interesting and new things from the history of this region and this narrow-gauge railway.


Dovbush rocks

Dovbush rocks reach a height of 80 meters. They are scattered throughout the beech-spruce forest, adding to the unique charm of the area. Here is the purest nature, which is very close to the original. Dovbush rocks were formed at the bottom of the warm sea about 70 million years ago. These giants are made of sandstone and are different from the Crimean mountains in many ways.


Monastery in the village Goshiv

The monastery was formed based on the Church of the Transfiguration of the Lord on Yasna Hora. Through the centuries, the monastery was on the verge of extinction several times, but each time it was restored and opened its gates for pilgrims and believers. The monastery is famous for the miraculous icon of the Mother of God “Queen of the Carpathians”, whose crown was consecrated in 2009 by Pope Benedict XVI.

What is included?

Transfer along the route

Transfer along the route

Professional guide

Professional guide

The tour is conducted in the Ukrainian language. Other languages on request.

Travel insurance

Travel insurance

*From each purchased tour, we transfer 10% to the Ukrainian Refugee Support Fund. All profits from press tours are transferred to the reconstruction of Ukraine.