The Chernobyl exclusion zone is visited annually by over 10,000 tourists. People with smartphones and selfie sticks want to take vivid photos to impress their friends. But before going there, they ask, "Can you visit Chernobyl?" Or "Is it safe to visit Chernobyl?" The truth is, there is a danger zone inside and next to the sarcophagus of the nuclear power plant.
Over time, the radiation decreases and the air is constantly cleaned. Despite the fact that 30 years ago people could not get an answer to their question "When can we return to Chernobyl?", they can do so now as tourists.
However, before travelling, you must obtain an official permit to enter the Exclusion Zone and strictly follow the safety rules. We offer several tour options that include a comprehensive tour and guarantee an unforgettable experience such as a small group tour to Chernobyl and Pripyat from Kiev. Experienced guides will make sure you see the most worthy sights of Chernobyl while staying safe, avoiding sites with possible high levels of radiation.
If you are wondering if you can visit Pripyat, but at the same time you are looking for new impressions and emotions, do not hesitate. It is a really rewarding trip that will allow you to learn more about one of the biggest tragedies in the world and see abandoned streets and buildings with your own eyes.
The first thing that impresses you when you come to the area is the apocalyptic view of the surrounding buildings and the destroyed nature. It is like a true visualization of what can happen to our world if people don't care about it and don't protect it. You will see a fantastic Hollywood movie that has become a reality for thousands of people.
In the Chernobyl area, you will see the defenses and other buildings created during the Cold War, and take impressive photos of the vicinity. The atmosphere of this place truly amazes you and allows you to reflect more deeply on the many problems of the current world situation and problems that humanity may face at any moment.