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Private tours to the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant



Private tours to the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant

 

If the dates of planned tours ChNPP-TOUR™ do not suit you, you can order an private trip. The benefits of this tour are:

  • You choose a convenient day
  • You offer trip route, and we will help you to optimize it.
  • You select group members, so are traveling with well-acquainted people.
  • Tour price also depends on you: the more people are in your group, the cheaper it costs for every group member! (in order to calculate the price, use our calculator)
  • During your trip our highly qualified guide, a representative of the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone, and, if necessary, an interpreter will accompany you.

Application to a private tour must be received not later than 10 days days before the selected date of the trip!

 

 

Price of 1- day excursion includes: registration required to entry into the Zone of documents (trip program, passes, permissions), insurance, comfortable bus from Kiev, accompanying team, maps of the tour to the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone.

In addition you can:

  • rent a dosimeter Terra-P for $10/day
  • order a delicious meal with ecologically clean ingredients for $6-$11.

The price is for a standard tour and may vary slightly due to time of year and chosen route.

Price of 2 -day tour covers includes: making all documents required to enter the Zone (trip program, permits, passes), insurance, comfortable bus from Kiev and accompanying team, maps of our route and the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone, as well as accommodation in the Chernobyl town, meals (supper - breakfast - lunch - supper).

Once you have decided on the date of travel and gathered a group, please contact us for further details and application to the tour.

 

BOOK THE TRIP

 

Private tours to the Chernobyl Nuclear Power PlantThe approximate 1-day rout:

  • observation of buildings in the evacuated villages Zalissia and Kopachi
  • entry into the 10-km zone - checkpoint "Lelev"
  • Red Forest – a forest, near Chernobyl nuclear power plant adjacent to the most
  • sign "Pripyat", entry in Pripyat - a city built for Chernobyl personnel who were resettled during the first three days after the disaster
  • walking tour in the Pripyat: ferris wheel, kindergarten and school, swimming pool, stadium, cinema "Prometheus", river harbor, building with a police detention room, building of the city executive committee - the first headquarters of the aftermath of the accident; the hotel "Polessye", which was a point for correction helicopters’ operations over the fourth reactor of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant; hospital, where the first victims of the accident were delivered.
  • The Chernobyl nuclear power plant: memorial at the administration building
  • Sarcophagus - an observation deck,
  • construction of the second sarcophagus,
  • by-pass around the site of Chernobyl NPP, feeding catfishes in the cooling pond at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant
  • unfinished cooling towers
  • lunch in the dining room of the ChNPP or dinner in the Chernobyl town (optional)
  • a walk in the Chernobyl town and an exhibition of robots and technology since the elimination of the disaster.

The approximate 2-day tour route:
1st day

  • observation of the territory where one of the biggest camps in 1986 - the 25th brigade of the liquidators of radiation- chemical defense was located, history of the camp
  • сheckpoint "Dityatki” – entering the 30-km zone
  • bypass road around the Chernobyl town;
  • a concrete-reloading unit, used the Sarcophagus construction in 1986;
  • сheckpoint "Lelev" – entering the 10-km zone
  • Red Forest – a forest near Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant affected the most by radioactive dust from the reactor 4
  • fire station of the ChNPP, engines of which put out a fire at the 4th reactor
  • the Chernobyl nuclear power plant: memorial at the administration building
  • Sarcophagus - an observation deck
  • construction of the second sarcophagus,
  • by-pass around the site of Chernobyl NPP, feeding catfishes in the cooling pond at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant
  • a walk in the Chernobyl town, an exhibition of robots and technology since the elimination of the disaster
  • check in hotel
  • dinner

2nd day

  • Breakfast (optional)
  • A walk in the Pripyat town: sign "Pripyat", entring Pripyat - a city built for Chernobyl personnel who were resettled during the first three days after the disaster; walking tour in the Pripyat: ferris wheel , kindergarten and school, swimming pool, stadium, cinema "Prometheus", river harbor, building with a police detention center, building of the city executive committee - the first headquarters of the aftermath of the accident and the hotel "Polessye", which was a point to correct helicopters’ operations over the 4th reactor of Chernobyl nuclear power plant; hospital, where the first victims of the accident were delivered.
  • The Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant
  • Lunch (optional)
  • Communication with the self-settlers in the Paryshev village, indigenous predominantly older inhabitants of Chernobyl Zone, who had returned to their homes after the evacuation.
  • Dinner

Location of all the objects you can find on a Map of the Exclusion Zone

 

   Entry into the Zone is allowed only to adults (after 18 years).
After the tour guides will introduce you the rules of conduct in the Zone, you will need to sign a document confirming this, and the fact that you are healthy at the time of the trip, do not have a serious illnesses, and will not have any claims to the organizers during the trip or after completion of the trip.
The Zone has a lot of buildings in disrepair. Be careful, your safety depends on your care. Entry of persons with alcohol or drugs is prohibited.
The complaints are not accepted; payment is non-refundable.

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