Your Chernobyl experience will be taken to another level. Chernobyl, Pripyat, and Duga from a retro-perspective
Our safe excursions to the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone in a soviet style car with a knowledgeable guide will take you 30 years back in time. It is the ultimate experience for every adventurer and passionate tourist. A one-day tour to Chernobyl with CHERNOBYLwel.come will be the highlight of your stay in Kiev.
The 12-hour day trip is packed with the best of what Chernobyl and Pripyat can offer. The unique communist atmosphere, the chance to drive an UAZ or Lada, and pictures in communist uniforms will give you a unique perspective of the Chernobyl area and the country before and after the Chernobyl accident. You will visit abandoned buildings, including a swimming pool, a hospital, a school, a kindergarten, a police station, and an amusement park, which will be followed by a visit to the secret military radar station, Duga. The CHERNOBYLwel.come guide is equipped with photos of Pripyat and Chernobyl, giving you the chance to go back in time to 1986. You will experience the communist propaganda and its artifacts—buildings, signs, slogans, and military technique. Surprising facts and stories will let you peek into a time when the world was just a small step away from a nuclear catalyst.
Although pictures say a thousand words, they cannot express emotion, which you will feel at the Chernobyl expedition with CHERNOBYLwel.come. Peep into the places that will give you goosebumps while on your trip.
The program is subject to change due to actual constraints in the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone
In order to make your trip to Chernobyl a unique and safe experience, CHERNOBYLwel.come will take care of all documents, permits, accommodations, transportation, insurance, dining, and safety measures. Moreover, we will provide the most intense, most photogenic, and most adventurous trip to the Chernobyl exclusion zone. Guaranteed.
The price is final, no hidden fees. The reservation is not binding until you confirm it. 100% money back guarantee.
Price includes: Comfortable transportation from/back to Kiev, Dining (lunch) with traditional Ukrainian food, Helpful guide (English, German, French, Spanish, Russian, Czech or Slovak), Geiger-Müller counter, Entry to all 3 safety zones of the Chernobyl exclusion zone & Obligatory insurance. The sum is paid via PayPal or in cash at the bus, no need for booking/cancellation fees!
*$10/£10/€10 discount is given per person for a group of 4 people or more!
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If you cannot find the right Retro Chernobyl Tour in the calendar, please order a PRIVATE TOUR. CHERNOBYLwel.come will offer you a private tour during your suitable dates, which are often used by professional photographers, TV crews or people who would like to experience Duga and Chernobyl-2 alone without any company.
A young daring person filled with life, energy and exuberance that tends to be contagious. She has got enough bravery (though some people call it craziness :) )to step out of her comfort zone into another kind of zone - the exclusion one :) Being deeply curious about all things in the world she is always ready to share her knowledge with others, and she gladly does that during the tours, along with keeping people alive in Chernobyl! If you wish to cherish your Chernobyl tour to the max she will do her best to combine sightseeing and safety in the best way possible!
If you feel like having a real adventure, she will gladly arrange one for You :) Helen has a strong passion for climbing all sorts of obstacles on the way, exploring new fascinating places and learning everything. From history of Soviet Union to nuclear physics. Each of her tours is different and each experience unique due to Your personal preferences. You will get the most out of journey, both exciting and safe. Hold on and keep your eyes and ears open, be ready to experience Exclusion Zone as it is.
She is one of those people you meet and feel like you've known each other for years. Your trip would be as if you met a very good friend that you haven't seen for a while. She is very cheerful, adventurous, creative and open minded. She fell in love with Chernobyl in 2016 and from that time their love has been mutual. With Tanya, will experience trip of a lifetime which you will remember with a smile on your face. She radiates warm Sun rays which you will be able to keep forever.
Chernobyl became Kate's second home in the mid of 2016. Be close to her and beware of wolves, foxes and other Katie's friends. Dogs, who live inside the zone, are her guardians, so do not try to make her angry. Get her as a guide and you never forget her encyclopedic knowledge, black humour and pink dozie.
The man who was a contemporary of the Chernobyl disaster. He has more than 20 000 days of life experience and with fun loves to share it with tourists. An electrician, waiter, air defense officer, mining engineer, polygraphist, sailor, or sales manager - it's all Serhii. In addition to reading and online blogging, he is fascinated by the history of Kiev and walks around the city. Sergei loves making new friends and enjoys making them happy & thrilled.
This ever-smiling, positive girl with a great sense of humour has German as her second language (almost). She loves to catch up with new words in other languages too so it is pretty probable that she will also know some words in your native language. She is passionate about the nature in Chernobyl and loves having good people (you) around. At school she hated physics but thanks to Chernobyl she now realises that physics, especially in connection with radioactivity, is very interesting. Ludmilla has a big heart and in her leisure time, besides reading books, listening to music or spending time with her family, she also finds time for children in orphanages and those with cancer in the Ukraine.
Is it Safe to Travel to Ukraine Nowadays?
The answer is as travelling to any other country if you follow rules and stay away from restricted ‘no-go’ zones. Ukraine is back on the rails but as we all know situation on Ukrainian eastern border is quite tense. We strongly do not recommend travelling across regions of Donetsk and Luhansk, that’s for sure. Kiev to Russian borders near Luhansk it’s almost 1,000 kilometres. Chernobyl is even further from Luhansk. During your whole Chernobyl tour we guarantee your safety from pick up to drop off, as always.