Kayaking trip on the Danube River

  • Train tickets
  • Swimming
  • Private transfers
  • Phone support and interpreting
  • Kayaking
  • Guide
  • Full board
  • Camping in tents
  • Camp fire
  • 2
  • 5 Days
  • 351 € / person


  • Two-way train tickets
  • Transfer from Izmail railway station to Vylkovo
  • Transfer from Prymorske to Izmail
  • Full board for 4 days
  • All necessary equipment rental (sleeping bags, sleeping pads, tents, cauldrons, camping burners etc.)
  • Kayak, dry bags and life vests rental
  • First-aid kit
  • Permit to visit The Danube Biosphere Reserve
  • Kayaking instructor-guide service
  • English speaking guide service

We provide you with all you need. You’ll just have to bring comfortable shoes, change of clothes and a positive mood. :)

Start: 11:00, Izmail railway station

Finish: 17:00, Izmail railway station

Distance: 60 km

Izmail – Vylkovo – Ankudinovyi canal – Bilhorodskyi canal – Ochakivskyi canal – Prorva canal – The Black Sea – Prymorskyi village – Izmail


Arrival in Kyiv and overnight stay at the hotel.


7:00-10:00 – Breakfast in the hotel.
An opportunity to explore Kyiv.
17:40 – Departure from Kyiv railway station.


11:00 – Arrival at Izmail railway station, group meeting and anticipating a grandiose adventure. A quick bus ride brings us to the Ukrainian Venice. That’s right! We’ve arrived in Vylkovo. A small town in the Danube Delta is famous for its canals which function as streets. Shortly, we will explore them on our kayaks. The town was founded by old-believers, whose churches and houses have preserved until today. Pack your items, assemble the kayak and set off on the journey.


The route today lies through the Danube Biosphere Reserve. We are leaving the Ochakivskyi canal and entering the mouth of the Prorva canal. Dozens of bird species nest in the area – herons, gannets, swans, pelicans, countless ducks and geese. To crown it all, this is an ideal fishing spot. We’ll have a stop for the night by the flooded area close to the Danube estuary.


Paddling on the Black Sea towards Prymorskyi village. Yes, we’re going out into the open sea for a short part of the route. You can catch rapa whelks and make barbeque of these marine predators. We’ll stay overnight on the Prymorkyi beach.


This is the final day of our kayaking trip. The weather conditions are at their best. So why not plunge into the warm and gentle water? After swimming, we’ll pack up and go on a bus, which will take us back to Izmail. Our kayaking tour along the marvellous Danube River comes to an end. We are sure you received the best impressions from our trip!


The majestic Danube river is the most international river in Europe. Four countries and four European capitals — Vienna, Budapest, Bratislava and Belgrade — are situated along its banks. Springing from the Black Forest mountains in Germany and carrying its waters across the whole continent, the Danube flows into the Black Sea on the border of Ukraine and Romania.

Kayaking in the Danube Delta is a real journey into another world — the world of diverse wildlife with innumerable fish and bird species. This is a realm of historic Kiliya and the fortress-city of Izmail. We’ll set off from Vylkovo known as Ukrainian Venice, pass the Danube biosphere reserve, continue our route to the Black Sea coast, where we’ll go out into the open sea and steer towards Prymorske village. We’ll spend a night in cosy tents set on the beach. Tour dates are chosen so that the weather conditions are favourable for both kayaking and swimming.

Enjoy your night stays in picturesque places, sit by the campfire, try the most delicious field meals and experience unforgettable sunsets and sunrises. This kayaking trip is an excellent occasion to take a break from the hustle and bustle of the big city, reload yourself and admire the views of the Danube river. An excellent company and friendly atmosphere will make this trip an unforgettable experience!

Highlights of the trip:

  • River kayaking
  • Romantic atmosphere of kayaking
  • The charming Danube Delta
  • Going out into the Black sea
  • Good fishing opportunity
  • Uninhabited islands and cozy bays
  • The most delicious field meals
  • Overnight stays in tents
  • Historical sites of Kiliya and Izmail
  • Visiting Vylkovo — the Ukraininan Venice
  • Get-togethers by the campfire

Who can participate?

Previous kayaking experience and average physical condition are desirable.

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