Group bus tour
Duration: 2 days
Dates: according to the schedule
Discover the ghost town of Pripyat
Price on request
Visit Chernobyl and Pripyat with "Green Tour Ukraine"
Tours to Chernobyl and Pripyat attract adventurous travelers from all over the world who is looking for unusual travel experience. The biggest nuclear disaster in the world happened at the Chernobyl Power Station on the 26th of April in 1986 and it has turned the Pripyat territory into the alienation zone for many years. Radioactive leaks have become a real threat to the whole world. However, the incident has also become the main reason for tourism popularity. Is it safe to visit Pripyat now? What should you know about Pripyat tourism? A day trip can give you answers to all your questions about the Chernobyl disaster. It’s still forbidden to live in the so-called Exclusion Zone. However, short-term visits are allowed. Visits to Chernobyl become more popular as it’s so interesting to find out the real truth about the accident, visit the abandoned control room of the Reactor Four were everything happened, look at the red forest that died from the radioactive dust, and wander around the empty city. The vehicle scrap yard, empty streets, and the amusement park are the places the most popular Chernobyl photos feature. They are frightening and surprising at the same time. These are the places worth seeing in real life during holidays.
Extreme tourism in Chernobyl — trip you will never forget!
Your trip will be a short yet impressive one. Before entering the Exclusion Zone, all tourists are screened. Leaving the Zone, they are also checked for any radioactive particles. Tour organizers choose safety first so the guide will definitely tell you about the rules and provide you with some information concerning how to avoid radiation. Levels of radiation tourists can get during the trip range from 15 to several hundred of micro roentgens per hour that isn’t dangerous for a person. The main thing you should care about during your Pripyat travel is avoiding contamination. It’s better to stay on roads, so avoid walking near vegetation. Listen to the guide and don’t visit areas marked with radiation signs. Let your Chernobyl trip be interesting and safe!