Good luck with that :-) Actually, the best way is to tell him or her that you are both going to Chernobyl.
Yes, as much as visiting any other place in the world. The level of radiation is high only in some places.
It is easy. In order to book a trip to Chernobyl with CHERNOBYLwel.come you must first come to Kiev.
Depends on which tour you are thinking to take part....
The price for the Chernobyl visit is always paid at the CHERNOBYLwel.come bus in cash. No booking and cancellation fees are needed.
In case you are not satisfied with our services or services of our subcontractors or partners, you are allowed to cancel the tour with 100% cash back of your price for the tour.
The Chernobyl expedition starts at 8:00 AM in Kiev. The CHERNOBYLwel.come bus leaves for the Chernobyl exclusion zone where it will arrive around 10 AM.
The maximum number of people on the Chernobyl excursions tour with CHERNOBYLwel.come is 15.
The basic language of the Chernobyl tour is English, but there is a possibility that the delegate or guide will simultaneously translate it to:
Yes, during the trip to Chernobyl you are allowed to take pictures and videos of everything. There is a photo and camera restriction only in the campus of Chernobyl nuclear power plant and at the checkpoints with guards.
In order to be permitted to enter the Chernobyl exclusion zone one needs to be at least 18.
The Chernobyl exclusion zone runs under special management, but most of the time it allows you to travel with your own car (bus), but not motorbike.
If you are interested in seeing just the main tourist points in Chernobyl and Pripyat, it is okay for you to go for a one-day Retro Chernobyl tour.
We can offer you a several day tour on a private tour.
A great source of actual information is Chernobyl.tv
Most of the Chernobyl tour offers you will find on the market today is from tour agencies who sell them via few official tour operators. For your own good, service and safety we recommend you buy your trip directly from a tour operator.
Since April 1, 2012 it is officially forbidden (due to safety reasons) to enter buildings in Pripyat.
Due to the special management in the Chernobyl exclusion zone, as well as the ongoing liquidation in some places, CHERNOBYLwel.come can not guarantee the program and places visited during the Chernobyl tour.
Every visitor has to have a valid passport at all times – this is obligatory. Visitors have to wear pants (not shorts), long-sleeve shirts/jackets and closed shoes (not sandals or flip flops).
After entering the Chernobyl exclusion zone, you will be instructed as to what is and what is not allowed to do in Chernobyl during your visit.
No, you do not need to take a gas mask or respirator for visiting Chernobyl, Pripyat and surrounding areas.
It depends on your preferences – the Chernobyl exclusion zone has its magic in every season.
The hotel in Chernobyl is a newly built, clean and safe hotel, in which every room is equipped with warm water, heating, a refrigerator and cooler, TV, shower and toilet.
This scenario is highly improbable. The guides, as well as the delegate of CHERNOBYLwel.come, are specially trained to lead you just along safe roads and paths.
The citizens of the following countries do not need a visa for a stay of up to 90 days:
Since the CHERNOBYLwel.come tours to Chernobyl start and finish at the Kiev central railway station, we suggest you book some accommodations near the railway station
You can buy souvernirs either in the zone - there is a vending machine with Chernobyl T-shirts, or you can buy them online in our eshop.