No! It is safe, if you follow your guide's instructions. Our tours are absolutely safe and do not cause any radioactive harm to your health. The routes of our company tours apply to the strictest directives of the Ukrainian Ministry of Civil Protection. The Chernobyl exclusion zone is a very highly guarded area and can only be entered with a special permit.
Yes, just follow all the rules of the tour.
Contact us by using Contacts page. Meeting time –at 8:30am. Meeting place – the Monument of Grigory Skovoroda, which is situated near Kiev-Mogilyanska Academyon the Kontraktova Ploscha (map). We will meet you at the departure point, check your passports and dress code. English speaking guide are included.
Prices for private tours depend on quantity of people going on a tour. You can see price list in right menu block.
Yes. You will visit Pripyat as well as the Opachychi village.
Yes. Pictures and video are allowed, except for the Dytyatky checkpoint.
It's officially prohibited to go inside the buildings since March 2012, but sometimes guides allow to go inside, but we can't guarantee that.
Sometimes you can. For more information please contact us. Please remember that all cars get checked for radiation when they leave the zone.
No, it isn't.
Yes, all tours we provide are registered, have all legal permissions and documents.
Yes, you can rent it on the day of the tour. But please inform us in advance that you need it.
Yes, you can buy it. But please inform us in advance that you want to buy Geiger Counter.
The following equipment can be rent or bought:
You have to wear clothes that fully cover your body (long-sleeved shirts, jeans, pants. Shorts are not allowed.). Also you have to wear closed shoes.
According to Ukrainian law, it is allowed to visit the Chernobyl exclusion zone starting from 18 years of age.
Information about all the currently planned scheduled tours you can find in the section of Calendar. . Scheduled and private guided tours take place 10-15 times a month.
There are service canteens in Chernobyl, which offer tasty food. All the food is transported from Kyiv. During scheduled tours we have our dinner in the canteen of the ChNPP.
In scheduled tours there are between 10–30 participants. Upon arrival at travel destination, the group splits onto several small subgroups in order to avoid crowding. In private tours the number of the group is unlimited.