Certified All-inclusive English-guided Tour
Small Comfy Groups
Kiev pick-up and drop-off, Zone access pass, all-around transportation, certified Zone guide, lunch, English.
The tour is operating as
Schedule / Itinerary
Taking pictures and shooting video during the excursion
On entering and leaving the 30-kilometer zone, participants undergo radioactivity checkup and cleanup.
Personal dosimeters are allowed on the tour and are available for rent.
Using drones, quadcopters requires a special permit.
|from $80 €75 £59|
Small Groups - Great Rates
virtually any date contact us >>
PRIVATE GROUPS: 2, 3, 4, or 5 DAYS
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|Number of Visitors||Rate / Person (USD) *||
|7 - 17
$80 - $140
|it is ok, if there is no spots left on a semi-private tour|
|3 - 6
|$150 - $199||most beloved group size.|
|1 - 2
|contact us >>||although pretty expensive, you are going to love it a lot, especially if you are into photography|
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NOT recommended, stay away
|Discounts||contact us >>||Various discounts are applicable: student, volume, senior, etc.|
This Chernobyl tour operates virtually
all year round.
If the date your are interested in is not listed above, just contact us. Chances are great that the desired date will be available too.
2-day trips and customized private excursions to the Exclusion zone are available upon request. You might be interested in one of these pre-set 2-day fixtures. Entering of the Control Room of the Power Plant (ChNPP) is optional and requires a special permit. So does using of drones, quadcopters.
Terra-P Radiation Geiger Counter/Dosimeter (for rent or purchase).
Video is shown on the trip.
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The accident happened on April 26th, 1986 some 100 km north of Kiev, the capital city of this Eastern European nation. Reactor #4 of the Chernobyl (Chornobyl) nuclear power station exploded as a result of a mistake that occurred during the performance of a routine, daily maintenance operation. Tons of radioactive material was propelled into the open skies. That was an equivalent of 90 Hiroshima bombs.
The heavily populated city of Kiev was spared - in a way - from disastrous nuclear contamination, as the winds were blowing mostly north and west over a few days immediately after the accident. The fallout scattered over the neighboring Belarus, Russia, and Poland, as well as in part over the Baltic region, and even Scandinavia. It affected one-fifth of the territory of Belarus. It also covered 5% of Ukrainian territory as well as select parts of Russia.
A zone with a 30-kilometer radius around the power [plat] was demarked shortly thereafter. More than 130,000 people were evacuated from the zone and adjacent areas which remained at a high risk of radiation exposure and contamination. Reactor 4 was enclosed in a so-called sarcophagus, a huge construction of steel and concrete. It is supposed to keep the radiation inside.
About 600,000 people from all over the former Soviet Union joined a gigantic clean-up operation inside the Exclusion zone. They are known as "liquidators".
Although the status of the 180 tons of radioactive material entrapped inside the nuclear power plant is still unclear, there is a consensus among the scientists that the risks of the sarcophagus exploding are truly minimal. They better be right .....
*Rates are exclusive of the mandatory $10 accidental trip insurance sold by the zone authorities.
チェルノブイリ, チェルノブイリ旅行, 切爾諾培爾, 切尔诺贝利游览, 切爾諾貝利遊覽, 체르노빌 투어, de reis van Tsjernobyl Ukraina (Ucrania, Ucraina), excursion de Tchernobyl, viaje de Chernóbil, Tschornobyl (Tschernobyl) Ausflug, Tjernobyl turnerar, excursão de Chernobyl (Cernobyl). (jun_8_15; cach. jun_?)
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