WE ARRANGE FOR OUR CLIENTS:
Light passanger vehicles:
e.g.Mersedes, Shevrolet, Audi, Volkswagen - air-conditioner and big enough to seat comfortably up to three passengers.
Cost from US$ 12.00 per hour
eight seats vans - good for transporting up to six people including laggage. Air-conditioned.
Cost from US$ 15.00 per hour
sixteen seats vans - if there are up to twelve people in your group - then this type of van is a good choice for your travel. Airconditioned.
Cost from US$ 20.00 per hour
If there are more then 13 people in your group we usually arrange a big coach (up to 45 seats or more) instead of smaller 20-30 seats buses which are very popular in Ukraine but very uncomfortable with a little room for your legs and hard suspension. The buses we provide are specious, air-conditioned. they have independent front and rare suspension - which is very important regarding speed and comfort when travelling between the cities.
AIRPORT PICK UP IN KIEV – ONLY US$ 40.00
The cost of US$ 40.00 is for three passengers - every extra person is
you can pay upon arrival
In Kiev there are about four car rental agency's. These rentals will gladly rent you a car but we would like to point out a few facts for you our client as to the disadvantages in doing this versus the advantages in renting a car and driver from SoloEast Travel.
Advantages of using SoloEast
- Our prices are very reasonable compared to the rental agency's.
- Most of the drivers are English speaking, the car is a newly reliable car with all proper documentation to travel in Ukraine and the surrounding countries.
- The driver knows where a decent place to eat, a proper hotel or a service station.
- Fuel he again knows the good from the bad as being a resident of this country.
- All you have to worry is not to miss a beautiful country side behind the window.
Disadvantages of using a car rental in Ukraine
- The agency will charge you a very outrageous price e.g. - sometimes double the price you would normally pay in your country.
- Do you really know where to go ?? Lack of direction sings and language barrier can make a navigation a hassle.
- Ukrainian fellow drivers mignt stress you by close ups, cuts, road rage or simply driving 180 km/h when there is a 80 km limit;
- If you did decide to rent a car the journey for you could be very difficult as there are not many if any services stations to repair your car if that was so needed and the cost to you would be enormous.
- There are filling stations along the way but the question is which one do you use as there are good ones with good fuel and bad ones with not so good fuel?