Private tour to Chernobyl

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Lunch $10

We recommend you to order a lunch in a canteen (100% clean products)

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There is no lighting in the ghost town, so walking with a flashlight is more interesting and safe

Transfer from/to the airport $20

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From $249 to $549 per person (depends upon the number of participants).

Excursion plan

We can arrange unique excursions deep into the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Station! We'll show you the core of the Nuclear Power Station — dashboard of the reactor to monitor and control all the process. You'll come into the reactor section, see the reactor head and refuelling machine. You'll also come into the turbine room where huge turbines turn the atomic energy into electricity and even in water circulating pump room with huge machines driving tonnes of water through the reactor.

You'll visit not only the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Station, but also walk around other interesting and daunting places of the Exclusion Zone.

 
Pripyat

A dead and long-neglected ghost town is widely known throughout the world after the tragedy that occurred at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant.

Polissya Hotel

The abandoned Polissya Hotel in the center of a Pripyat ghost town, where in April 1986 the liquidators of the accident were based.

Cooling Pond Channel

An artificial reservoir built to cool the reactors of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant is the habitat of the giant catfish.

USSR 16-story building

One of the few sixteen-story buildings built in Pripyat. if you rise up here, you can see the city as on the palm of your hand.

Amusement park

An amazingly tempting and simultaneously frightening place, which has become popular thank to many games and movies - is truly worthy of its reputation.

Canteen #19

At the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant canteen comes station staf and separate groups of tourists and travelers.

Music school

This school is a true example of the post-apocalyptic atmosphere of the gloomy, dark, abandoned Pripyat ghost town.

Duga Radar

The over-the-horizon radar Duga or object Chernobyl-2 is the largest, most secret and grandiose object of the whole Soviet Union.

The Red Forrest

Trees in the forest became frighteningly red and their radioactive glow could be seen in the night, because of the radioactive substances ejection into the atmosphere.

Lenin monument

The monument in honour of the first Union of Soviet Socialist Republics leader is still located in the deserted dismal Chernobyl city.

Hospital MSCh-126

An eerie place, where all your body shivers - the hospital, which was the first to receive affected from the explosion at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant.

Buryakovka machinery graveyard

By the influence of time and weather, the surfaces of objects at the cemetery became rusty, look gloomy and sad.

Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant

The Chernobyl disaster was the worst nuclear catastrophe in history. Now the deserted station is surrounded by Zone of Exclusion 30 kilometres radius.

Exclusion Zone

The most contaminated with radiation area around the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant was named a 30-kilometer exclusion zone.

New Sarcophagus

The Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant's fourth reactor is now saftly isolated by New Safe Confinement, covering the first sarcophagus - Shelter Object.

Prometheus cinema

Until April 1986, Pripyat Prometheus cinema was the most popular place for meetings and leisure activities by watching films and visiting inner canteen.

KGB building

Shortly before the Chernobyl disaster, here, in Pripyat, located in a couple kilometers from the power plant, the construction of the KGB building began.

Azure Swimming Pool

Before the catastrophe, Azure Swimming Pool was a very beautiful place. Here the townspeople and visitors of the city came to swim and relax.

Jupiter factory

In Soviet Union times Jupiter factory was a strictly secret facility. Officially it produced rollers rof tape mechanisms for common tape recorders.

Fire Station

The fire brigade left from here to eliminate the Chernobyl disaster in April, 26 1986. All ten members of that brigade died from radiation.

Monument to the Chernobyl Liquidators

The memorial set up by the 10th anniversary of the Chernobyl Disaster. Inscription says "To Those Who Saved the World".

NPP observation deck

You can see the sarcophagus, which is covering the fourth reactor, and the other parts of Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant right from here.

Morgue of MSCh-126

Morgue is located near by the Hospital MSCh-126. This is one of the most creepy and frightening places in the ghost town of Pripyat.

Palace of Culture Energetik

In the Energrtik cultural palace the concerts, parties and sport events were spent. Recently, a sign was again lit up on this building in Pripyat.

Pripyat Sign

At the entrance to Pripyat the impressive size sign with the name of the city is located. It looks like the monument, but for USSR it was too normal.

Cemetery of barges and abandoned ships

Chernobyl backwater - a place where, before the accident, old ships were collected for disposal or repair, turned into a cemetery of radioactive barges and ships.

Abandoned cargo port

In an old godforsaken quiet pier, on the sandy bank of the river, only a few rusty old port cranes remind that there was once a new cargo port.

Rassokha Equipment Cemetery

The place where contaminated by the radiation equipment, which has recently been buried.

The tour program can be changed due to technical works on the objects of the station.

 

Languages

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Meeting point

Kiev, Shuliavska Street, 5 on the map

 

Meeting time

From 7:45 am to 8:00 am Kiev time (+2 GMT). Don't be late! Bus departs at 8:00 sharp.

 

Included

Transfer, insurance, a full package of documents allowing visits to the exclusion zone, permission for photo/video shooting and guide services.

 

Tours are available only for adults over 18 years old!

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FAQ

Is it safe to visit the Exclusion Zone?

Radiation background is different in different areas of the Exclusion zone - in some places it's near-zero, in others - quite high. That's why we've worked out speial route that is absolutely safe to follow - some places here are even less radiated than in Kiev.

What to wear to the Exclusion Zone?

You don't need any special outfit, footwear or security features. You just need to wear long-sleeved clothes (T-shirts, shorts and slippers are not appropriate).

Do I need any special security features?

Actually, no. But if you doubt, choose option "Chemical protection suit". It protects from radiation and makes your pics more exotic.

Do I need a dosemeter?

No, you don't. But you can use your devices for radiation measurement or rent one of ours by ticking option "Dosemeter".

What language the excursion is held in?

We provide excursions in English, Russian and Ukrainian. If a group is multilingual the excursion is held in the language most people speak in, the main poits of the excursion are translated into other languages. Anyway nobody will get bored - the Exclusion Zone is full of breathtaking places that are interesting to see and feel.

Can I book the excursion for tomorrow?

Yes. As an official parter we provide tours on a day-to-day basis and we can arrange the excursion even for tomorrow (in group or private).

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