Red Forest in Chernobyl

Chernobyl Red Forest

Because of the accident of April 1986, greenery growing around Chernobyl nuclear power plant was severely affected. The trees got so much radiation that they burned from inside and turned red. Even today, the area of the red forest remains the most contaminated and radioactive in the whole exclusion zone….

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monument near chernobyl cooling pond

Chernobyl Cooling Pond

Huge reservoir, which used to be the biggest artificial one in Ukraine, was built to cool down the water for four reactors of Chernobyl nuclear power plant. Chernobyl cooling pond’s construction was pretty simple. The water was pumped in from the river Prypiat. Apart from its direct purpose, it was…

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Kopachi Village and Kindergarden

Kopachi, Ukraine is a village located almost in the heart of the exclusion zone – just a couple of minutes of driving from the power plant. It wasn’t very big: a bit more than 1,000 people used to live there. Today you’ll not see any of their private houses in…

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product market in Zalissya village

Zalissya Village in Chernobyl

Zalissya is the first stop in the majority of tours; it’s interesting not only because it shows that the nature is real owner of everything, but also it gives the image of authentic Ukrainian village of mid 80’s. Exclusion zone of Chernobyl and Zalissya After entering the exclusion zone through…

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Chernobyl Giant Catfish

Chernobyl Giant Catfish. Mutation?

Two-headed wolves, enormous snakes, mutant fish from Chernobyl rivers and other creatures are thought to inhabit the exclusion zone. One of the most known monsters is catfish from Chernobyl cooling pond. Without doubt, radiation affects plants and animals that live in the contaminated areas. However, how can we be sure…

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chernobyl duga

Chernobyl Duga (Soviet Woodpecker Radar)

Huge steel construction lies in the forests of Chernobyl exclusion zone. Hidden from people`s eyes, once it could be heard all over the world. Aimed to spot intercontinental ballistic missiles, it was never adopted by the USSR Ministry of Defense. Top-secret system caused as many issues to Soviet authorities as…

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Is It Safe to Travel to Ukraine

Is it Safe to Visit Kiev – Ukraine?

Biggest Ukrainian city and its capital at the same time, Kiev, has survived many historical periods. Even the most ancient of them left traces in Kiev. Together with low prices and huge options of how to spend time there, this Ukrainian city was ranked as the cheapest European city for…

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Town of Chernobyl

Is it Safe to Visit Chernobyl

Since 1986 and for more than 20 years after it, only those people who had to deal with nuclear energy, radioactive waste or had scientific interest were allowed to enter Chernobyl exclusion zone. In 2011, Ukrainian authorities permitted visits with sightseeing and educational aims. In less than 10 years, zone…

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How Many Roentgens per Hour are Safe

How Many Roentgens per Hour are Safe

We are always surrounded by radiation. There is no place on the Earth where we can escape from it. We can’t see it or smell it; sometimes we can only feel its effect. Since its discovery in 1896, phenomenon of radioactivity and its impact on humans continues to be studied….

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+ Chernobyl 1 day tour
Price: $150

The one-day trip gives you the opportunity to immerse into the exact same area where the most dreadful disaster took place. The radiation background is still excessively high in some places, but we offer you a safe route through this dire Zone, together with necessary protection equipment.

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+ Chernobyl 2 day tour
Price: $200

The two-day trip to the Chernobyl Zone opens for you the door to this unique place. In this short time, you will get not only the tour around Chernobyl nuclear power plant and Pripyat town, but also the exclusive experience to spend the night in an empty town. This is definitely the deepest dive into the history of the drastic disaster.

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+ Chernobyl 3 day tour
Price: $250

The three-day program includes a huge amount of sites to visit. Professional guides will explain the reasons and chronology of events that were happening during the most dreadful nuclear disaster in the world’s history. The real-based stories told by the guide will give you the shivers, so tragic they are. You will relieve the events of that dreadful night of explosion together with the ex-residents of Pripyat town.

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+ Chernobyl 4 day tour
Price: $300

This four-day trip makes it easier for you to get permission to enter the Extinction Zone, because we take care of official confirmations. Besides, we provide you will all the necessary protection. It is vital while traveling these, since the complete decay of the last radioactive element in the contaminated areas (plutonium-239) to the state of natural material will occur in 26486, or 24,500 years after the explosion.

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+ Chernobyl 5 day tour
Price: $350

Nothing is better than planning a five-day trip to the Chernobyl Zone! We offer you the opportunity to learn the most important facts about the night of the tragedy, alongside fascinating myths and legends about the place. Following the stories of your guides, you will have the chance to wander around the ghost towns of Chernobyl and Pripyat. Don’t miss out on the occasion to hang around the streets and locations from the world-renowned series!

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+ Chernobyl 6 day tour
Price: $400

This six-day trip to the Chernobyl Zone will open the Zone to you with top-secret information from our guides. During these six days, you will get the opportunity to explore the ghost towns of Pripyat and Chernobyl by yourself and it is not a secret that the Exclusion Zone has a lot of fascinating places.

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+ Chernobyl Private Tour
Price: $800

Private Chernobyl Tour is the opportunity to communicate with the experienced guide rather than simply listen to his or her story. You can ask questions about precise topics that interest you. Moreover, you can determine how much time you want to be in one location or another, arrange the photoshoot and explore the objects deeper.

  • - You choose what places to visit
  • - Visiting resettlers – people who continue living in the zone
  • - Yacht club in Pripyat
  • - Pripyat cemetery
  • - Any locations from 1-6 days tours
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