Ukraine is home to beautiful plains, lakes, forests, mountains, canyons, rivers, waterfalls, the Black Sea and Sea of Azov coastlines, and even a dessert, the “Oleshkovsky Sands”, which is the largest sand massif in Europe. Explore Ukraine on a unique outdoor adventure and be ready for being pleasantly surprised.
Warm, dry summers and extreme winters characterize the climate of Ukraine
How to get there
The best way to get to Ukraine is to travel to the Boryspil (KBP) or Zhuliany (IEV) International Airports
Best time to visit
May through September for hiking, rock climbing, and other warm-weather adventures, and December through April for winter sports
Bordered by Russia, Belarus, Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Moldova, the Black Sea, and the Sea of Azov, Ukraine is one of Eastern Europe’s largest countries, and a privileged one at that, in terms of heritage, culture, and natural beauty. The country has been inhabited since 32,000 BC., and its capital, Kiev, is one of the oldest in Europe. Its geography is characterized by its Black Sea shores, by lying mostly within the Great European Plain, and by the Carpathian Mountains to the west, which is home to Mount Hoverla, the country’s highest mountain at an altitude of 2,061 m. (6,762 ft). The seven main Ukrainian rivers are the Desna, Dnipro, Dnister, Danube, Prypiat, Siverian Donets, and Southern Buh. Join one of the guides at Explore-Share.com and discover some of these stunning landscapes on an exciting outdoor adventure!
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