Before the accident, Chernobyl and Pripyat were the most advanced towns. In these townspeople lived and didn’t live in poverty but who knew that the human error could lead to such a catastrophe that would take so many lives and which would cause more than 115 thousand people to leave the place where they were born, where they worked where once life was enjoyed and where they spent most of it here. At that time the government decided to keep silent about the tragedy that had happened and they silently and very urgently took people out. Some people refused to leave their home but still, they were forced …In these towns, the people who lived had to leave this area in a short period of time. At that moment they left everything that was acquired by them all the time, and each of them left some piece there in Chernobyl, in Pripyat, and so on …
Today the Chernobyl exclusion zone has become a tourist zone. Every day people of different nationalities come to this place. They go there for different reasons some people are interested in history, some people want to see what their home has turned into and some people are behind extreme emotions. And they all get what they’re excited about going there.. Although living in Chernobyl and Pripyat is impossible today, as there are still traces of the Chernobyl accident and some places haven’t been completely cleared yet, there are people who couldn’t leave, glad they lived all this time, these people are called selfshelters in that area …They live there alone and sometimes receive guests – tourists. The selfshelters know a lot about life in resettled places and they can tell you everything.
If you are interested in the history of your own or even not your own country and want to find out that incredible truth from the lips of people who were close to the tragedy of mankind, book a tour, and find out the truth that you will not know anywhere else than directly from their words. They will tell you more about life before the Chernobyl accident and after.
Having visited in Chernobyl you will be able to feel fully the atmosphere of the Soviet era. The time seemed to stop, froze there …You will see the children’s amusement park that never worked for children, abandoned houses, shops, hotels, restaurants, entertainment complexes, and many more interesting places and places that have long forgotten about the human hand.
Is the trip to Chernobyl safe, you may ask. Yes, today there are some places that are very polluted but these places aren’t accessible for visiting, today the route that we laid is absolutely safe for you and your health in the Chernobyl exclusion zone. Since this route was approved with the administration of the CEZ. And also the main rule for visiting the zone is the right attendant. Our attendants have been exploring the area for more than 6 years, so they know about all of its most interesting places. And they will tell you and show you a lot of interesting things during the tour.
If you are really interested in the story of Chernobyl. Don’t miss your chance, go here and book a tour now and you will receive what you need from the Chernobyl exclusion zone.
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There are three ways to get to the abandoned territory yourself: on your own, with the help of the stalkers, who bring extreme lovers illegally, or with the help of the trained and licensed tour operators. They provide group and individual legal trips to Chernobyl. In the first case, you should take care of border […]
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Despite the horrifying events at Chernobyl NPP that occurred in 1986, the flow of tourists only increases over time. Fascinating sceneries of Pripyat, post-apocalyptic atmosphere, and spirit of the past – there is no such unique place on our planet. And if some guests of the zone want to visit Pripyat and Chernobyl without any […]
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It is very difficult to disappoint in a tour that takes place in a place like the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone. Even if the guide says little, if the guide doesn’t have an interesting album with photos, if the transport looks like a “marshrutka”… Entering the zone you get into an unique atmosphere, someone remind you […]
The officially established area of the Chernobyl exclusion zone is 260 hectares of land, forestoccupies 70 per cent. A few years later, after the accident cutting down and selling forest and it became a lucrative business for many entrepreneurs, even though only sanitary logging is legal in this area. But who’s out guarding the Chernobyl? […]
The largest man-made and humanitarian disaster of the 20th century is considered to be the accident at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant. The environmental impact has left an indelible mark in an area where anomalous Chernobyl animals are often found. Even now, specialists from all over the world are trying to eliminate the consequences of […]
Safely and comfortably at 101% There is a dosimetric control 3 times a day It is more a rule than a necessity, but it’s still you will pass the dosimetric control three times: – At lunchtime in the canteen of the Chernobyl NPP No. 19 – “Lelev” checkpoint, when leaving the 10-kilometer zone – “Dityatki” […]
Before the accident, Chernobyl and Pripyat were the most advanced towns. In these townspeople lived and didn’t live in poverty but who knew that the human error could lead to such a catastrophe that would take so many lives and which would cause more than 115 thousand people to leave the place where they were born, where they […]
The loyalty Discount Program – 10% discount for a group of 3 people. If you book a one-day tour – small groups, and you three or more people, you automatically receive a discount – 10%. When booking a tour, the discount is calculated automatically. For a two-day tour – full immersion discount – 5% – […]
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Many companies write that their goal is to show people what the Chernobyl zone is, what it is … We all know that this is not so, the main goal of any business is profit, but you cannot successfully develop your business if you do not love your client and not be honest with him. […]
147 top locations + HBO locations The best locations for taking photos and videos, visiting all the infamous objects. The Chernobyl Zone is beautiful, you cannot count all the locations that are worthy of the tourist’s attention, but each of them has its own fan, a tourist who wants to see this particular location … […]