You are one step away from your Chernobyl tour to see Pripyat and the whole exclusion zone formed after the Chernobyl accident.
Excursions to the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone are one of the most fascinating experiences for every adventurer, extreme traveler and passionate photographer. Every year there are around 30 000 tourists from all over the world visiting the Chernobyl zone, but only a few are able to see and experience moments in Chernobyl and Pripyat which stay hidden and unknown for the vast majority of visitors.
Included is the “mandatory” exploration of the secrets and history of the ghost city Pripyat, mysterious secret military radar Duga as well as a visit close to the “well-known” Chernobyl nuclear power plant. Visitors will also meet local inhabitants who survived the explosion of reactor number 4 and the following evacuation. You will witness how nature overcame the human opus. Not just during the expedition itself, but also while sitting at the hotel directly in Chernobyl, you will get to know new facts about the whole project of V.I. Lenin Nuclear Power Plant, as well as about the accident that followed. At Duga radar you will experience how big and useless military spending can be, this is the last Soviet over-horizon radar with military town still standing on planet Earth. Thanks to experts – majority of our tours are accompanied by the former Head of Police dept. in Pripyat Aleksei Moskalenko - and the CHERNOBYLwel.come guide equipped with the contemporary photos of Pripyat and Chernobyl, you will be travelling in time – back to 1986. You will feel yourself drawn into the communist propaganda and its artifacts – buildings, signs, slogans and military technique – which will be imprinted in your memory FOREVER.
Although photographs say more than a thousand words, they are still unable to 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 tour.
The program is subject to change due to actual constraints in the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone
In order to make your stay in Chernobyl, as well as the whole tour, a unique and safe experience and more than just a memory in a photo album, CHERNOBYLwel.come will take care of all documents, permits, accommodations, transportation, insurance, dining and maximum safety. But more, it will take care of the most intensive, most photogenic and most adventurous trip to 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 (Full Board), Genuine accommodations in Chernobyl 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!
*$30/£30/€30 discount is given per person for a group of 4 people or more!
** the best price for visiting Chernobyl exclusion zone! Per hour rate is less than $10/£7/9€ - you would pay 3-times more for a one-day visit. On top of that, you will see 4 times MORE than during a one day tour.
Chernobyl Tour safety
The radiation level in Chernobyl Exclusion Zone is on average slightly higher than the natural background radiation, however the dose of radiation received in 2 days spend in Pripyat won’t exceed 6 microsieverts – which equals to 6 hours of intercontinental flight. During two days in the Chernobyl zone, the human body receives a radiation dose which is less than 500 whole body X-ray screenings in a hospital.
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If you cannot find the right trip to Chernobyl 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 Chernobyl and Pripyat alone without any company.
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.