UkraineJourney to the Country of Ukraine
Going on a vision trip to Ukraine is an experience you don’t want to miss! Join us as we experience the community and culture of this beautiful country.
Long plains, rolling hills, winding rivers, and bustling cities are common sites in the diverse land of Ukraine. Acting as a bridge between Europe and Asia, Ukraine is located in Eastern Europe on the northern shores of the Black Sea. Ukraine has a deep history and long-lasting culture spread among the countries lush landscape. Traditional culture is important to Ukrainians and found in their Orthodox religion, customs, and rituals. The colorful streets of Ukraine’s capital city, Kiev, demonstrate Ukrainian love of tradition and art.
Urban living is a popular choice of many Ukrainians which creates populous cities filled with activity. When you walk the streets of one of Ukraine’s 360[i] cities, you will find traditional folk Art, embroidery, and architecture are important aspects of Ukrainian culture. Unfortunately, it is also common for human trafficking and abuse to take place on those same city streets. The Ukrainians are determined, hard-working, and capable people who love their country despite the dangers they face. Consider joining us as we learn about the culture, create community, and see life-change happen. Scroll down to learn more about our upcoming vision trips to Ukraine.
[i] (World Population Review, 2019)
UN, World Bank
Population: 42.5 million
Currency: Ukrainian hryvnia (UAH)
Area: 603,628 km² (233,062 mi²)
Major religions: Eastern Orthodoxy and Greek Catholicism
Interested in going to Ukraine
We have various trips to Ukraine throughout the year and we can customize a trip to fit your gifts and interests.
Upcoming Trips to Ukraine
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Things You Need to Know
Passport Required: Yes – 6 month validation
Visa Required: Not required for tourism stays of less than 90 days
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