Getting on a comfortable minivan with a climate control system Arrival at the 30km check point Dydiatky Passport control and going into the Exclusion Zone Visiting the sights in Chernobyl town such as the Stele Chernobyl, the memorials “Wormwood Star” and “To those Who Saved the World”, the ancient St. Illia Church. Visiting Chernobyl-2, an abandoned military town in just 10 km from the ChNPP Taking pictures of the magnificent over-the horizon radar “Duga” also known as the “Russian Woodpecker” Going to the Industrial site of the Chernobyl Power plant Seeing the reactors of the first, second and third stages of the ChNPP, the cooling pond and cooling towers, the New Safe Confinement which now covers the Old Sarcophagus built over reactor № 4 back in 1986 Going to the abandoned city of Prypiat Visiting such sights as the Stele “Prypiat”, “Red Forrest”, “Bridge of Death”, Walking about Prypiat to feel the special atmosphere of its streets and yards, to see the central square, City Hall, hotel Polissia, palace of culture “Energetic”, supermarket, communication center, amusement park with the Ferris Wheel, stadium “Avangard”, kindergarten Cheburashka” ruins of school № 1, hospital № 126, river station with café “Prypiat” and many other sights. Going through the compulsory radiation control at the 10km Zone check point and the 30km Zone check point Return to Kyiv
My name is Viktor I like to meet and communicate with different people. Especially our foreign guests. I always trying to give my best in every round. After all, my guests came to me from far away, and my task is to give them unique experience, emotions, adventures, and not standard locations and basic information about the tragedy. Any question will not be unanswered, and the more interesting it will be, the better) According to the rules of the Chernobyl Zone, I can only work in the Zone for 16 days, so my friend Vlad can sometimes replace me on tours. Vlad is a longtime resident of the Chernobyl zone ... A former resident of Pripyat, he spends most of his time in the Zone. Officially working as a guide for more than 10 years ... Each guest receives from us lavish gifts for memory)
Special pass to the Chernobyl zone
Checkpoint "Dityatki" Chernobyl town Checkpoint "Lelev" Kopachi village The industrial site of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant: The abandoned town of Pripyat Secret object of Chernobyl 2 - "DUGA-1"
The guest must bring a passport with him
The Chernobyl Zone is a sensitive facility. A pass is required to visit it To get a pass you need to provide a passport data: - Full name - Date of Birth - Passport ID - Citizenship
Tours to the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone