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Chernobyl tours

Tour2Chernobyl offers one and two day Chernobyl tours for persons interested in visiting the exclusion zone and the ghost town of Pripyat. The Chernobyl nuclear accident occurred April 26, 1986, with radioactive residue from released steam and fires devastating the area. In 2011, the area was deemed a tourism sight, with no public health danger. Tour2Chernobyl tours are registered with the government, safe and perfectly legal. The management of the tour operations takes particular pride in the tours and strives for perfection for tourists on each Chernobyl tour experience.

Visiting Chernobyl will be a unique experience for a visitor from the UK and other parts of Europe. You will learn about the Cold War build up to the accident, what occurred during the accident, the aftermath and the current state of affairs in Chernobyl and Pripyat. The trips are subject to government approval and the itinerary may, on occasion, be altered as necessary. Transportation is by bus or van is comfortable for tourists.

Why choose Tour2Chernobyl for your visit Chernobyl?

It's SAFE

It's been 20 years since the Chernobyl accident, and the radiation level is very low now. In fact, it is the same as in Kiev.

It's EXCITING

Our professional english speaking guides will tell all about places you'll visit and you'll be able to make unique shots of Chernobyl.

It's RELIABLE

All our tours are absolutely legal and we'll allways refund your money if you cancel your tour in more then 10 days.

Visit some of the most exciting places in the world

Chernobyl Reactor #4

You will make a stop at reactor cooling passages. If the weather is good, you may be lucky to see huge catfishes, witnesses of the Chernobyl tragedy. You may bring some bread to feed them.

Reactor #4 is 1 of 7 spookiest buildings around the world

Pripyat Ghost Town

You will be able to take pictures of the ghost town, abandoned hotels, school, Ferris wheel, swimming pool, playground, etc.

Pripyat ghost town is 1 of 7 scariest places around the world

Radar system Duga-1

You will be able to see secret Military Facility. Radar system Duga-1 used as part of the Soviet ABM early-warning network.

Radar system Duga-1 was 1 of 3 secret over-the-horizon radiolocation station in Soviet Union

Choose your tour date in the tours calendar.

Visit our Chernobyl Tour map to get more information about tour places.

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Tour prices

1 Day Group Tour

1 Day Group Tour

$135

Tour covers:
approximately 60% of the atractions in Chernobyl and Pripyat

Amount of tour dates:
lots of dates available

Possibility to choose tour date:
only from the given in calendar tours

People on the tour:
up to 10

Pick up from the hotel:
for additional fee

Possibility to choose transport:
no

Best for:
Backpackers, people limited in time or money, checkboxers

2 Days Group Tour

2 Days Group Tour

$430

Tour covers:
approximately 75% of the atractions in Chernobyl and Pripyat

Amount of tour dates:
few tour dates available

Possibility to choose tour date:
only from the given in calendar tours

People on the tour:
up to 6

Pick up from the hotel:
for additional fee

Possibility to choose transport:
no

Best for:
People who don't afraid to spend a night in Chernobyl

Private Tour

1-5 Days Private Tour

from $49

Tour covers:
approximately 95% of the atractions in Chernobyl and Pripyat

Amount of tour dates:
whole month

Possibility to choose tour date:
you can choose any

People on the tour:
on your choice

Pick up from the hotel:
included

Possibility to choose transport:
yes

Best for:
Photographers, group travelers, scientists, people crazy of chernobyl, journalists...

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To book a Group Tour - press on any orange block in the calendar below
To book a Private Tour - press on any free date in the calendar below

About the One Day Tour of Chernobyl

The One Day Tour is ideal for citizens of the UK and other European countries who want to sightsee, but not necessarily delve into the "hows" and "whys" of the disaster. Leaving from Kiev at around 8:30 am, the tour bus will travel over official roads into the Exclusion Zone. Cameras and videos are allowed, though some areas may be restricted during the visit. A traditional Ukrainian lunch will be provided. This tour is designed for the visitor with an interest in the accident who wants to see where it occurred, what remains, and to learn about the effects of the accident on the people and the environment. There is ample time to wander the areas and to take pictures. A brief visit to the Soviet Radar Daga is usually scheduled as part of the tour.

Chernobyl tours are safe, with no need for special equipment. Tourists are encouraged to wear long sleeves and pants (similar to what you would wear in the jungle) and closed toe shoes to protect from broken glass. Geiger counters and protective gear is available, but not necessary and certainly not required. Generally, there are up to ten individuals on the tour.

About the Two Day Tour of Chernobyl

With an overnight stay in the Exclusion Area, the Two Day Tour of Chernobyl is ideal for the extreme tourist. This group tour will leave Kiev at around 8:30 am and travel by bus to the Exclusion Zone. This overnight Chernobyl tour includes the Chernobyl sight, a visit to the Pripyat ghost town on the first day. Additionally, a river boat tour of the abandoned area is scheduled for the afternoon. The group will stay at a hotel in Chernobyl overnight. The second day will include a visit to at least one of the settlement areas where individuals and families make their homes and a look at Chernobyl-2 or "Radar Duga", which was part of the Soviet early warning system. Chernobyl tours are safe, with no need for special equipment. At the end of the two day visit, radiation levels of all tourists will be confirmed. Geiger counters and protective gear is available, but not necessary or required. Meals are provided on the tours, but you may want to bring snacks along as there are no convenient stores or markets available. Generally, there are up to six individuals on the tour.В 

About a Private Tour of Chernobyl

Private tours are available to the area as well as the one and two day group tours. Subject to regulatory approval, these tours are designed with the travelers in mind. Areas of particular interest will be highlighted. Longer term visits are available. This Chernobyl tour is for individuals with a particular interest in the area, such as photographers, journalists, historians or others with a particular interest in the Chernobyl accident.

Chernobyl tours are safe, with no need for special equipment. Tourists are encouraged to wear long sleeves and long pants with closed toe shoes for the visit. Geiger counters and protective gear is available. This tour size is subject to the participant requirements.

Why visit Chernobyl as part of your vacation?

For many UK and European citizens, a Chernobyl tour is an emotional learning experience. By remembering those directly impacted, seeing the destruction of the land, and experiencing the on-site experience, tourists are able to reflect on the accident and its place in world history. The Chernobyl tour is not to be undertaken lightheartedly, though the resilience of the people in the region is uplifting and to be respected.

Tour operators are exceedingly knowledgeable about the Chernobyl history. They are able to provide visitors from the UK and other European areas with in depth information about how and why the accident occurred and what has happened to make improvements in the aftermath. They are able to answer your questions and guide you to the most important areas of Chernobyl and Pripyat. Also of extreme interest is the Radar Daga, part of the Soviet Cold War effort.

The Chernobyl excursion will allow individuals from around the world to interact with locals from the area who have lived through the accident and were directly impacted in the aftermath. Though a virtual ghost town, there are individuals in Kiev and in the settlement areas that will provide a look at life from the past and as it is today. The countryside is recovering, though some areas are stark.

Visitors to Chernobyl come away with a definite impression of the area. The Chernobyl tours are fascinating on one hand and hauntingly disturbing on the other. You can picture the hustle and bustle of the former town, with people and families going about their daily activities. Then come face to face with the ghost town atmosphere. From the vast emptiness to the huge buildings to the people involved with the tours and others living there, the experience is powerfully moving.

We would like to welcome you to Kiev and to the Chernobyl tour experience. Please feel free to contact any of the managers with your questions.

Visit Chernobyl zone yourself!

And You will see:
Chernobyl Nuclear Plan

Chernobyl Reactor #4

Reactor #4 is 1 of 7 spookiest buildings around the world
Chernobyl Nuclear Plan

Pripyat Ghost Town

Pripyat ghost town is 1 of 7 scariest places around the world
Chernobyl Nuclear Plan

Radar system Duga-1

Radar Duga-1 was secret radiolocation station in USSR

And many more exciting places with Chernobyl tours

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