Will I visit the Chernobyl nuclear power plant during the trip?

Yes, you can visit the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant on a private tour or choose "Visit Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant."

While visiting the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant, you will visit the Central and Block Control Panel, the main circulation pumps and many other interesting and iconic sites of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant.

Apart from the Chernobyl NPP, Pripyat and other places of interest are worth visiting.

How can I find out what dose has been received during the tours?

Before entering the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone, each tourist will receive special devices, and at the end of the trip it will be possible to find out what dose of radiation the tourist received.

All the chosen routes do not endanger the tourists’ health and are safe - equal to a 2-3-hour flight by plane.

Do I have to take out insurance before the trip?
The insurance is provided automatically together with a pass and a permit to visit the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone. For this, you need to submit your passport details to the manager.
How much does the tour to Chernobyl cost?
You can find out more about prices at https://wycieczki-do-czarnobyla.pl/wycieczka-grupowa
How to pay for a trip to Chernobyl?
You can pay for the entire trip or make a prepayment at the time of booking (via PayPal and other popular payment systems) or pay in cash on the bus.
How many people is the group tour intended for?
Our company provides comfortable minibuses for 15 people. An average of 10 people in a group is optimal for trips.
Is it allowed to take photos and make videos in Chernobyl?

During the trip, you can freely take photos and make videos. The restrictions apply only to the Chernobyl NPP site, where filming is allowed only near the observation deck next to the arch of the 4th power unit of the NPP.

You can also record video with a drone, but only with the permission of the administration. For this, you have to fill in a special application while getting a pass.

Are there any age restrictions for visiting Chernobyl?
Yes, only persons over the age of 18 may go on the tour.
Coronavirus and Tours
The Chernobyl zone has been open for tours with certain restrictions since June 1. At the Dityatki checkpoint, your temperature will be checked, and you will have to wear a face mask.
Large-scale forest fires and increased radiation levels
Forest fires raged in the Chernobyl Zone in April and until mid-May. A large amount of equipment and a lot of firefighters were sent to extinguish them. An increase in the radiation level was observed in the places of the fire, and after a few months the radiation level decreased to normal.
Is visiting Chernobyl safe?
Yes, it is. In general, in the Chernobyl Zone, high levels of radiation are observed only in certain places. Don't worry. Either you won't get to these places at all or you'll be there for a very short time. One day, when the excursion takes place, the human body will receive X-rays at a level corresponding to the approximate dose of 0.0005. Approximately the same amount of gamma radiation can be received on a plane during a three-hour flight. So there is no damage. Even during your flight to Kiev, you will receive more radiation.
What clothes are better to choose for a trip?
There is no need to select special equipment, footwear or protective gear. However, it is recommended that you wear clothes with long sleeves (no slippers, shorts or T-shirts!)
Do I need special protective equipment?
No, nothing is required to visit Chernobyl, Pripyat and the surrounding area. But if you still have any doubts, you can choose a chemical protection suit. Actually, it won’t help you protect against radiation, but it will make your photos more atmospheric.
Do I need a dosimeter?
No, we will take care of your safety. But you can always bring tools to calculate the radiation level, or select the "Dosimeter" option.
What language does the guide speak?
English, Ukrainian, Russian. If the group is multilingual, the language of the majority of the participants is chosen. The highlights will be described in all languages. We will do our best to make your Chernobyl experience as wonderful as possible. There are enough magnificent sights in the Exclusion Zone that are interesting to see and experience.
Can I book a tour for tomorrow?
Sure. We offer them every day. It can be either a group or private tour, depending on your preferences.
Why is it worth working with us?
Our guides are professionals who offer the best routes for all tours, which are completely legal and safe. You won’t regret choosing us, and our customers' reviews can prove it.
Which route is better - group or private?
Groups are suitable for those who want a quick, informative, interesting look at everything; but with a private one you will see and learn much more.