Schedule: Mon-Fri 9 am-6 pm

Three caves: Mlynky, Uhryn, Verteba

Price: 75 $
Duration: 3 days
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Three caves: Mlynky, Uhryn, Verteba

You will study in details Mlynky Cave, visiting its three areas. Each one is unique by its size, colours of crystals, depth of cracks. Uhryn Cave is a small neighbour of Mlynky Cave, the favourite place for bats to gather in winter. In Verteba Cave, Museum of Trypillya Culture, you will have an opportunity to lie on authentic Trypillya couch. An overnight on the bunk beds of our Speleohouse gives your trip a spirit of companionship.

Participants - not less 7

Include in the price
  • speleo routes to caves

  • head flashlight and overall rental

  • accommodation in Speleohouse with shower

  • catering according to the programme

  • transfers according to the tour programme

Price not includes
day 1 - Mlynky Cave trip: Northern and Eastern districts

  • meeting at the railway station in Chortkiv. How to get to the tour?
  • transfer to the village of Zalissia

  • lodging at the Speleohouse

  • breakfast

  • 3-hour guided trip into the Northern Portion of Mlynky Cave; the route "To the north" belongs to the 1st level of complexity: you will get acquainted with movement technique in a cave; learn how to distinguish galleries from halls; see crystals and bladed gypsum; pass one of the narrowest places in the cave, that's passage "Devil's Throat"

  • lunch

  • 3-hour guided trip into the Eastern Portion of Mlynky Cave; the route "Eastern circle" belongs to the 2nd level of complexity: this trip includes some more tricky elements, namely passage "Ushba" and descent to "Sole". You will enjoy fantastic crystals, spacious halls "Torpedo", "Elephant", and one named for famous caver Norbert Casteret

  • dinner

  • overnight in Speleohouse

day 2 - Mlynky and Uhryn' Cave trip

  • breakfast

  • 3-hour guided trip into the Western Portion of Mlynky Cave; the route "To the west" belongs to the 3rd level of complexity: the most noteworthy object of this route is, undoubtedly, the hall "Fairy-tale", where you will be fascinated by extremely picturesque clusters of stalactites and stalagmites. Besides, you see the stone "Obelisk" and visit the hall discovered by Belorussian cavers named "Brest".

  • lunch

  • 3-hour trip into the labyrinth of Uhryn' Cave: the cave is located nearby Mlynky Cave; it begins with a karst funnel branching out with a net of entrance halls. Further the cave is stretched into one long passage forming a circle and returning to the entrance halls. Here you can find multitude of intricate places to overcome which you should concentrate all your motion coordination: narrow horizontal cracks, kind of "press", tangled labyrinths of several tiers, boulders and stone blocks. After this route you'll feel yourself real clay covered caver.

  • dinner

  • overnight in the Speleohouse

day 3 - excursion to the Cave Museum Verteba

  • breakfast

  • transfer to Borschiv

  • excursion to the Regional Museum: here you can find out more about land history, Trypillya culture items of religion and everyday life discovered in Verteba Cave by archeologists

  • excursion to the Cave Museum Verteba, a place, where was discovered one of the largest Trypillya settlement in the world. Here you can see traces of stone age people's dwelling, couches, jugs and bones of Trypillya times. The lion's share of Krakow Museum exposition is based on Verteba findings.

  • optionaly: return to Chortkiv or Ternopil

  • lunch in café

  • sightseeing tour of Chortkiv, a small cozy town with Dominican Roman-Catholic Church (17th century), castle (17th century) and unique wooden churches of 16th-17th centuries

  • free time (2 hours)

  • going home. How to get home?

Clothes and boots:
  1. Caving underwear
  2. Bandana/buff
  3. Gloves
  4. Slippers for the house
  5. Caving shoes
  1. Sleeping bag with an inset rental (Rent)
  2. Knee protection
  1. Hygiene products: toothbrush, paste, towel
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