|Nuclear Power Plant Tour
The accident at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant happened more than 30 years ago. Nowadays humanity still feels the consequences of a global catastrophe. Our company offers exclusive tours to the Chernobyl exclusion zone for Ukraine citizens and guests from other countries. We organize tours absolutely legally with all necessary licenses and permissions. We invite you to visit Chernobyl exclusion zone - the location, where a large-scale tragedy occurred on April 26, 1986.
Many tourists, visiting the site of the largest nuclear disaster and a real monument of the USSR era are very interested in such a travel format. Booking a tour in our company you get the opportunity to assess the scale of the accident at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant.
Our company organizes excursions to the most interesting locations of the Chernobyl exclusion zone. These trips include the city of Pripyat, the Red Forest, the secret radar "Duga", the amusement park in Pripyat, the Soviet Command Center, the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, the buried village "Kopachi" and cooling towers. We arrange tourist trips in three ways.
The group tour is arranged for a small group of tourists in the format "The disaster of the USSR on April 26, 1986 in one day". During the trip you will get lots of unforgettable emotions and sensations, visiting the place of one of the most terrible man-made disasters. Our guides will show and tell the history of important locations where a large amount of equipment is still preserved. You will see which way nature reclaims the ghost town of Pripyat from humanity.
Group excursions to the Chernobyl exclusion Zone include:
During the tour you will visit all the interesting places of the exclusion zone. All the impressions of the trip will stick in your memory for a long time, and you will share them with your family and friends.
The trip prices are:
We arrange tours for small groups, delivering tourists with comfortable buses and minibuses.
If you don't want to travel with random fellow travellers and get more impressions from the trip, you can book an individual tour to the Chernobyl exclusion zone. We will organize an exclusive tour for one or several tourists, taking into account your preferences in choosing the route and mode of transport.
During one-day individual tour for 12-14 hours you can visit Pripyat with all the sights, the ChNPP observation deck, the Red Forest, the secret radar "Duga", the Soviet Command Center, the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant, the buried village "Kopachi", cooling towers and Chernobyl. To explore all the interesting things in the exclusion zone we conduct individual excursions to Chernobyl for 2-5 days with a night accomodation at the hotel.
The package includes:
All tourist routes take a procedure of radiation levels checking before visiting. Making photos and videos is allowed during the tour. Individual excursions to the Chernobyl exclusion zone are a bit more expensive than group tours.
The prices are:
A private (Individual) tour to Chernobyl is suitable for those who love deep immersion in history.
Visiting the facilities of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant is completely legal – we have a permission to conduct excursions in this location. An individual tour to Chernobyl at the nuclear power plant includes a trip to one of the most atmospheric places of the exclusion zone walking through the dead city of Pripyat.
The tour also includes such bonuses as:
We create the most comfortable conditions for our tourists: cosy buses, an interesting walking route, lunch in the canteen at the Chernobyl nuclear power Plant. We offer the same price both for Ukrainians and foreigners - from $530. The tour to Chernobyl includes professional guide support, medical insurance, transfer and official entry permission, meals for each traveller, rent of a dosimeter.
The echoes of the Chernobyl disaster are still present in the surrounding area. To ensure the safety of tourists, we choose officially approved routes with acceptable radiation levels to visit. Depending on the format of the tour, you will be able to visit incredible locations not found anywhere else in the world.
In this location time stopped exactly at the moment on April 26, 1986. After the explosion of the nuclear power plant, as a result of the fourth power unit destruction, the abandoned city of Pripyat, where the young population lived, turned into a city-ghost. Today, it's difficult to recognize the city streets, step by step yielding its territory to wildlife.
4 km away from the Chernobyl nuclear power plant there is the village of Kopachi, which received an enormous radiation dose. The houses are buried underground, so the settlement is buried as well for decontamination purposes.
Chernobyl and Pripyat are two different cities whose fate was terribly affected by the Chernobyl disaster. Only in Pripyat you can assess the scale of the tragedy as it is. Tourist trips to the mysterious city, located just 3 km from the nuclear power plant, remind shooting a movie about the apocalypse. An amusement park, a ferris wheel, abandoned hospitals, high-rise buildings – i's definitely worth seeing. While walking around the city, you are not allowed to enter the buildings because of their emergency condition.
The great Soviet-era structure is located not far from Chernobyl. The object was recognized until the accident at the nuclear power plant happened. The strategic radar Arc was designed to pre-detect missile launches during the Cold War between the Soviet Union and the USA. A visit to the Chernobyl radar Arc, preserved in its original form after the disaster, is included in the official tour program.
The classified Chernobyl-2 facility occupies a large area with a checkpoint and several functional buildings. At that time, the command center was supplied with the most modern technology and equipment for tracking ballistic missiles at great distances. During the trip tourists can see equipped halls, posters with Soviet symbols, remnants of computer equipment and other interesting things.
This forest is one of the most interesting places for foreigners and local tourists. In the unique Red Forest a huge amount of flora and fauna has suffered as a result of the radiation powerful effects. Nowadays it's a home for wild animals. These days unusual vegetation growth phenomena are observed in the forest. In the Red Forest some pines once held a huge part of the radioactive particles and saved the lives of Pripyat inhabitants.
Tourist excursions to the nuclear power plant (tours inside chnpp) are now allowed and conducted officially. The territory of the strategic importance object is gradually being restored at the moment. The radiation level is within the normal range, so active work has been carried out here since 2010. In 2017, the construction of a "Shelter" - new safe confinement for the fourth power unit of the nuclear power plant, explosed in 1986, was completed with funds from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development.
The tour to the Chernobyl exclusion Zone includes a visit to the infamous village of Kopachi. The small settlement was only 3.8 km away from the reactor, so it was severely affected by radiation. It made no sense to leave the houses and buildings because of unsafety, and the village was completely buried underground. The former residents of Kopachy, who were the first to be evacuated from accident scene, have forever lost hope of returning home to their former lives.
On May 1, 1986, the grand opening of a large amusement park was supposed to take place in Pripyat. But the Chernobyl tragedy disrupted these plans. Nowadays, the amusement park is one of the most popular places to visit in Pripyat during a group and individual tour of the Chernobyl exclusion zone. This is tacit evidence of the scale of the event.
Until these days, yellowed holiday banners, posters, and faded signs have been preserved in the the park area. The most interesting place for tourists here is the Ferris wheel, which is still working properly.
Another place on the route is the cooling towers near the reservoir. The difficult and massive structures were incompleted before the explosion. The cooling towers in the exclusion zone reflect one of the most serious humanity's mistake. Tourists are given the opportunity to look at the objects from the inside and see how much the state of large-scale structures has changed over the past 30 years.
The New Safe Confinement (NSC) is a modern facility in the exclusion zone, included in the program of the exclusion zone tour. An arched structure with a height of 109 meters rises above the sarcophagus, protecting the surrounding area from dangerous emissions. The construction must be seen by all means. This multi-functional design of 19 structures helps to track the processes within the complex.
Before booking a tour to the exclusion zone you should read the format of the tour. The trip is allowed to persons from 18 years old. We are ready to arrange an exciting trip even for tomorrow. The territory of the exclusive zone is quite extensive, and places of interest are located at a great distance from each other.
Therefore, our company creates the most comfortable conditions of the tour for tourists:
Excursions to Chernobyl are conducted on the basis of an official entry permission, we have all the necessary objects. We provide a full transfer service for tourists (included in the trip price).
Visiting Chernobyl is absolutely safe for health because we choose only approved routes, which are allowed to visit by the BSV administration.
Our company employs experienced guides who know in details the history and all the facts about Chernobyl, Pripyat, nuclear power plants, and nearby territories. Professional guides of the company will organize an incredible trip for you:
Our company guides conduct excursions in the Ukrainian,Russian and English languages. If you plan a group tour with tourists from different countries, the tour is held in English (it can be translated in Russian or Ukrainian). A group visit is more suitable for those travelers who want to see everything quickly, with lots of information and places of interest. An individual tour to the Chernobyl exclusion Zone allows you to explore historical sites and monuments in more details.
In the group tour, we meet in Kiev, 5 Shulyavskaya Street – this is the gathering point before going to the exclusion zone. Meeting time: 7: 30.
You can book a tour to the Chernobyl exclusion Zone online. We can arrange a group or individual tour for you tomorrow. To book a tour, use the calendar and order form on our website. You must point out:
Personal protective equipment, special clothing and shoes are not required for the trip. It's enough to follow our recommendations. You should put on comfortable long-sleeved clothes as close to the body as possible. If you want to take cool photos in front of the equipment, you can additionally order a "Chemical Protection Suit". Additionally, you can rent a dosimeter or buy souvenirs at the meeting place.