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Chernobyl is a worldwide known exclusion zone which is located in Ukraine. After a disaster in a Nuclear Power Plant, the whole population was evacuated in 1986. Since then, former citizens were not allowed to return to their homes. Only short-term visits are allowed to Chernobyl, so its landscapes have changed forever. But tourists can visit Chernobyl.
Chernobyl was a developed city back then, but right now mother nature is a true ruler in this area. Nature had expanded through the whole zone and now it is well-known for its amazing landscapes. It’s completely safe to visit the city since throughout the day people receive a similar dose of radiation which they receive during a flight on a plane. You can book a tour to Chernobyl to explore a unique open-air museum.
What will you explore
We are offering you trips to Pripyat and the possibility to find out how people have been living in the USSR. We offer you the following:
If you book a Chernobyl tour, you’ll have a chance to see a once abandoned place. As it was mentioned, in 1986 the whole population was evacuated. It means that it is still preserved in the same shape as it was in 1986.
Hunting or fishing are prohibited here, so you’ll have a chance to see the flourishing of wildlife in the city, which once was ruled and occupied by people. Visitors even have a chance to see wild animals, such as Przewalski's horse - species which once extinct in wildlife.
It’s an exceptional place which can offer you a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
*Do not forget your passport, the number of which you specified earlier in application form. It is very essential because of mandatory passport control on checkpoint at entrance to Chernobyl Exclusion Zone.
*In the ten-kilometer exclusion zone, in which we spend most of the time, there is not a single store. Therefore, take with you enough drinking water and some snacks, if you refuse lunch or you like to eat during your way.
*The dress code is very important! If you plan your visit to the exclusion zone for a hot season, do not forget to take a shirt with long sleeves. Staying in the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone in sleeveless shirts (T-shirts also), shorts and in open footware is prohibited!