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Visite de la centrale nucléaire de Tchernobyl

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Visite de la centrale nucléaire de Tchernobyl

  • 3 HEURES
  • UNIQUEMENT EN ANGLAIS
  • Protection corporelle complète
  • 100% satisfait ou remboursé, modification de la réservation jusqu’à 14 jours avant la visite
  • Sécurisé : 3 contrôles dosimétriques, protection corporelle complète, uniquement des itinéraires éprouvés
  • Langue anglaise incluse, pour d’autre langue le service peut être payant
From 149 €

LE MEILLEUR

Les sites les plus importants y compris le fameux “Couloir Doré”

UN EXPERT AVEC VOUS

Guidé par le personnel de la centrale nucléaire de Tchernobyl avec des années d’expérience

PAS DE FOULE

Limité à seulement 6 excursions par jour

SUPER SÛR

3 contrôles dosimétriques, protection corporelle complète et prêt gratuit de compteur Geiger (dosimètre)

LE MEILLEUR

Les sites les plus importants y compris le fameux “Couloir Doré”

UN EXPERT AVEC VOUS

Guidé par le personnel de la centrale nucléaire de Tchernobyl avec des années d’expérience

PAS DE FOULE

Limité à seulement 6 excursions par jour

SUPER SÛR

3 contrôles dosimétriques, protection corporelle complète et prêt gratuit de compteur Geiger (dosimètre)

CE QUI EST INCLUS DANS VOTRE VISITE DE TCHERNOBYL

UNE VISITE DE LA CENTRALE DE TCHERNOBYL PAS COMME LES AUTRES

  • VISITE DE LA SALLE DE CONTRÔLE N° 2
  • DANS LES COULISSES
  • PERMIT POUR ACCÉDER JUSQU’AU RÉACTEUR 3
  • GUIDE PROFESSIONNEL
  • DOSIMÈTRE GRATUIT, CONTRÔLE DOSIMÉTRIQUE, ITINÉRAIRE ÉPROUVÉ
  • PRIX DÉFINITIF, PAS DE FRAIS CACHÉS, ENTIÈREMENT REMBOURSABLE

La Centrale électrique de Tchernobyl enfin dévoilée

Promenez-vous dans le même couloir « Doré » de la centrale électrique de Tchernobyl qu’Anatoliy Dyatlov lors de la nuit fatidique du 26 avril 1986, en essayant de trouver le bouton AZ-5, qui a été pressé trop tard pour empêcher l’explosion, et voyez à quel point une centrale nucléaire déclassée peut être active après des décennies d’arrêt. Devenez le 0,1% des visiteurs de Tchernobyl qui ont la chance de voir la centrale électrique de Tchernobyl de l’intérieur, sans risque, sûre et adaptée à votre programme de visite de Tchernobyl (vous pouvez vous rendre à la centrale par vous-même, sans le reste du groupe).

C’est le plus proche de l’épicentre de Tchernobyl où vous pouvez vous rendre : la salle de contrôle du réacteur numéro 2 et la salle centrale de contrôle de la centrale électrique de Tchernobyl, la visite du centre de commandement souterrain, le système de refroidissement par eau du réacteur numéro 3, le mémorial de Valeriy Khodemchuk, le centre de sécurité ou le centre des visiteurs du nouveau sarcophage. Avec cette visite, vous rejoindrez les 0,01% des visiteurs de Tchernobyl qui sont devenus des initiés.

UNIQUEMENT POUR LES VISITES PRIVÉES – la possibilité d’un programme prolongé comprenant une visite en toute sécurité de la légendaire Salle de contrôle du réacteur n° 4 – veuillez-vous référer à votre réservation.

Veuillez noter que pour des raisons de sécurité, la visite de la centrale électrique de Tchernobyl ne peut être organisée à moins de 20 jours avant la date de la visite.

Chernobyl Tour Safety

La visite de Tchernobyl est liée au rayonnement – oui, vous pouvez mesurer les zones à radioactivité élevée à une distance de sécurité, vous apprenez les bases de la radioprotection et vous aurez un dosimètre professionnel avec vous tout le temps pendant que vous participez à la visite la plus sûre de Tchernobyl. Nous vérifierons votre dose de rayonnement avec un scan du corps entier 3 fois par jour.

Pendant la pandémie de la COVID-19, nous vous assurons une sécurité absolue, ainsi qu’à vos compagnons de voyage, grâce à une désinfection digne d’une compagnie aérienne et des mesures de précautions : contrôle de la température, masques faciaux, gants, gel antibactérien, bus et voitures désinfectés, guides et chauffeurs portant des masques. Ensemble, nous pouvons nous assurer que vous rentrerez chez vous en toute sécurité et ravis. Pour plus de détails, veuillez consulter notre notice Corona.

Choisissez soigneusement votre prestataire de visites de Tchernobyl, car il y a eu des escroqueries et des visites illégales ces derniers temps. Comment choisir le prestataire de visites de Tchernobyl ?

En raison des contraintes réelles, de la radioprotection ou des conditions météorologiques dans la zone d’exclusion de Tchernobyl, ChernobylX se réserve le droit de modifier le programme de l’itinéraire, en vous tenant au courant de toute contrainte.

EST-IL SÛR DE VISITER TCHERNOBYL?

La sécurité était l’élément principal au sujet duquel notre fondateur Dominik s’était enquis en 2008 lors de son arrivée à Tchernobyl pour la première fois et c’est ainsi que commença l’histoire de ChernobylX. Dès lors, nos guides qualifiés vous emmènent UNIQUEMENT dans des lieux et des sentiers sans danger pour la santé. Nous nous assurons que la dose de rayonnement reçue pendant 1 jour de votre visite privée de Tchernobyl ne dépassera pas 4 microsieverts (4% des normes de sécurité quotidiennes des centrales nucléaires dans l’UE), ce qui équivaut à environ 4 heures d’un vol intercontinental. En savoir plus sur la sécurité des visites de Tchernobyl.

Meet and greet in Kyiv

“Welcome on the tour to Chernobyl! Let's make it the trip of your lifetime. It is 7.30 and we are departing, make sure you have your passports all the time with you. Here are newspapers from 1986 and in a while we will watch a documentary about Chernobyl.”

Nataly, Chernobyl “Lady Adventure” guide

Checkpoint Dytiatky - Entering Chernobyl Exclusion Zone

“We are among the first here, we will skip the line anyway. Let's check in, grab our dosimeters, do radiation safety training and maybe have a cup of coffee or visit the restrooms.”

Halina, Chernobyl “Horror Lover” guide

Pripyat City Sign

“The entrance to the city dating its foundation back to 1970 which is the same year as the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant was started to be built. Tourists nowadays take pictures here, just like we did on our wedding day.”

Alexey Moskalenko, former chief of Pripyat Police dept.

Pripyat Fairground

“My daughter was looking forward to the opening of this grand amusement park on May 1st, 1986 because of the ferris wheel usually only privileged to large cities around the USSR. This did not happen, however we were able to take a test ride in March 1986 and had a great view on the city"

Alexander Esaulov, former deputy mayor of Pripyat

Pripyat Hospital no. 126

“I came down to the hospital the next morning after the explosion of reactor no. 4 for a check of my burned cheek, but I felt fine so I was released and called back on duty. If I new it was the last time I saw the hospital working, I would definitely say farewell to the doctor.”

Alexey Moskalenko, former chief of Pripyat Police dept.

Polissya hotel Pripyat

“Small restaurant, outdoor terrace and panoramic views on the top floor, it was the place where we could gather to celebrate important events or have a corporate party for just 5 rubles, which was no more than 5 dollars! I remember one night we got drunk with a Czechoslovak delegation that was staying at the hotel”

Alexey Moskalenko, former chief of Pripyat Police dept.

Townhall of Pripyat

“In this very building on the second floor I had my office, however the most memorable moment dod not happen there. It happened on the 3rd floor in the Assembly hall at 11 PM on 26th of April when we decided to evacuate the city on the next day.”

Alexander Esaulov, former deputy mayor of Pripyat

Palace of culture Energetik

“Energetik was the heart of our town. During the day we went to drama performances, music classes or the library. In the saturday night rather for disco. The whole front was lit in blue and red. It was something like our little strip of Las Vegas.”

Alexey Moskalenko, former chief of Pripyat Police dept.

Police Station of Pripyat

“The place where I used to work in the past. Our police station opened just 18 months before the Chernobyl accident. After the explosion on the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant we still were doing our job, we were basically the only people left after the evacuation, protecting the city as before. Me and my comrades left this Police station only in 2002.”

Alexey Moskalenko, former chief of Pripyat Police dept.

Caffe Pripyat and Riverport

“Café “Pripyat” was one of the most popular places in our city. The interieur impresses people even nowadays as it is decorated with stained glass. A true masterpiece. But to be honest, we mostly came here because of the best lemonade in town, far ahead of the capitalist Coke!”

Alexander Esaulov, former deputy mayor of Pripyat

Pripyat Firestation

“Boys from Pripyat Fire department went to extinguish the fire at the Chernobyl Power Plant among the first with their 4 firetrucks. I remember, I went to get their captain to the site as he was celebrating his birthday.”

Alexey Moskalenko, former chief of Pripyat Police dept.

Music school of Pripyat

“While we were working hard to build socialism, my children were taking music classes at the Art school. They played two musical instruments, sang in a choir. I felt so proud at the end of each semester when they made a concert for us, parents, leaving us in tears.”

Alexander Esaulov, former deputy mayor of Pripyat

Swimming Pool Lazurny

“The biggest swimming pool Lazurniy (Azure) was a pride of our city! We use to come here right opened shortly before the accident in 1986, so I had the pride to go swimming there after its reopening for Chernobyl zone workers in 1988. Together with the sauna it was the best relax after whole day patrolling.”

Alexey Moskalenko, former chief of Pripyat Police dept.

Elementary school no. 3

“The largest elementary school in Pripyat with over 1400 pupils. Specialised in foreign languages - German, and also the imperialistic English.”

Alexander Esaulov, former deputy mayor of Pripyat

Child clinic Pripyat

“Socialism took good care of children, in Pripyat the best rehabilitation specialists from the Soviet union were invited to help disabled children. The clinic had a great reputation and my wife also went there for regular checks before she gave birth to our son.”

Volodimyr Verbickij, former inhabitant of Pripyat

The tree of friendship of nations Pripyat

“This very first statue in Pripyat is decorated with the coat of arms of all 13 Soviet republics. It bears the same name as the street which was built first in our city and it was the first thing I have seen when I arrived in the city by bus in the night, as the bus station is just few steps away. “

Volodimyr Verbickij, former inhabitant of Pripyat

Bus station Pripyat

Bus station “Pripyat” was one of the main bus intersections in Ukraine, connecting this part of the country with Kiev and other main cities, even with Belarusian Soviet Republic.

Volodimyr Verbickij, former inhabitant of Pripyat

Yubileinij Department Store

“Wanna get a haircut? Just 40 kopeikas and your hair is lit! The most expensive haircut was 1 ruble and 60 kopeikas. In this largest department store in Pripyat everything looked like a great deal.”

Alexander Esaulov, former deputy mayor of Pripyat

The White House

“The White house, how we – regular people - used to call it was the apartment building where the Administration of the city and Power plant lived including former director Victor Bruchanov. I remember sitting at the central square and re-reading two giant soviet slogans “Glory to party” and “Glory to Lenin” over and over.”

Alexey Moskalenko, former chief of Pripyat Police dept.

Pripyat Football Stadium

“Our city football club Stroitelj Pripyat was created mostly by players from the nearby village Chistogalovka. We were proud fans, as it became the regional champion of the Kyiv region — not once, but 3 times in a row: 1981 to 1983.”

Alexander Esaulov, former deputy mayor of Pripyat

Supermarket

“Our city opened one of the first supermarkets in Soviet Union at the central square, my wife loved to shop there, while I was looking at the nice furniture on the second floor. She always bought us some ice cream that we cherished on our way back home.”

Alexey Moskalenko, former chief of Pripyat Police dept.

New Safe Confinement of Reactor 4 (New Sarcophagus)

“After exactly 30 years, we ensured the safety of Europe by putting this New Safe Confinement above the old sarcophagus. To build the old one in Soviet times took 7 months. The new one was done in 9 years. But it should last another 100.”

Alexey Moskalenko, former chief of Pripyat Police dept.

Chernobyl 2

“Secret military town. On the old maps it was marked as Pioneer Camp for children. I could not even go close to it. Only after the military abandoned it just few days after the accident.”

Alexey Moskalenko, former chief of Pripyat Police dept.

Duga

We saw this monstrous radar from our home in Pripyat, we were told it is some kind of antenna. Soviet over-the-horizon Duga Radar in Chernobyl was the third of its kind in the USSR but it was basically commissioned due to numerous flaws.”

Volodimyr Verbickij, former inhabitant of Pripyat

Chernobyl Memorial Park

“The Chernobyl memorial park has162 tablets with the names of permanently evacuated towns and villages. And a postbox for all of the forgotten addresses.”

Alexey Moskalenko, former chief of Pripyat Police dept.

Lenin Monument

“Statues of Lenin were everywhere across the Soviet Union and our beloved city Chernobyl wasn’t an exception. Each kid was calling him “Grandpa Lenin”, even my daughter. Today, this is the last statue of Lenin in Ukraine.”

Alexey Moskalenko, former chief of Pripyat Police dept.

Fire Station Chernobyl Memorial

“To those who saved the world... The families and friends of the firefighters and Chernobyl Power Plant staff survivors built this monument on their own using real equipment and concrete. Each year on the 26th of April they gather here to commemorate the ones who they lost.”

Alexander Esaulov, former deputy mayor of Pripyat

Zalissya

This was the largest village in the Chernobyl region, now completely abandoned. Only the slogan in the Palace of culture "Communism is a bright future for the whole human being" stays the same.”

Volodimyr Verbickij, former inhabitant of Pripyat

Dosimetric Control

“The last dosimetric control of today, checking if our clothes did not get contaminated and we are safe to get back to Kyiv. No hurry, take pictures if you want.”

Yulia, Chernobyl “Emitter of Emotions” guide

Arriving back to Kyiv

“One last farewell or let's have a dinner together? It was unforgettable to have you on the tour! Hope to see you again soon.”

Olya, Chernobyl “The Most Radioactive One” guide
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Kyiv

Meet and greet in Kyiv

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Dyatiatky

Checkpoint Dytiatky - Entering Chernobyl Exclusion Zone

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Pripyat

Pripyat City Sign

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Pripyat

Pripyat Fairground

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Pripyat

Pripyat Hospital no. 126

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Pripyat

Polissya hotel Pripyat

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Pripyat

Townhall of Pripyat

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Pripyat

Palace of culture Energetik

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Pripyat

Police Station of Pripyat

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Pripyat

Caffe Pripyat and Riverport

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Pripyat

Pripyat Firestation

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Pripyat

Music school of Pripyat

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Lazurny

Swimming Pool Lazurny

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Pripyat

Elementary school no. 3

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Child clinic Pripyat

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The tree of friendship of nations Pripyat

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Pripyat

Bus station Pripyat

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Yubileinij Department Store

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Pripyat

The White House

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Pripyat

Pripyat Football Stadium

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Pripyat

Supermarket

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Pripyat

New Safe Confinement of Reactor 4 (New Sarcophagus)

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Chernobyl

Chernobyl 2

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Chernobyl

Duga

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Chernobyl

Chernobyl Memorial Park

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Chernobyl

Lenin Monument

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Chernobyl

Fire Station Chernobyl Memorial

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Zalissya

Zalissya

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Chernobyl

Dosimetric Control

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Kyiv

Arriving back to Kyiv

Questions fréquemment posées

FAQ

Nos clients le disent simplement : une histoire qui transforme une visite de Tchernobyl en une expérience, les émotions lors de la rencontre avec les héros de Tchernobyl et les babouchkas de Tchernobyl, un véritable service client chaleureux, jetant un coup d’œil dans les endroits inaccessibles de Tchernobyl parce que nous allons toujours plus loin, et un moyen direct d’aider la zone de Tchernobyl (1% pour les babouchkas de Tchernobyl). Le tout avec la garantie 100% satisfait ou remboursé.

Ne vous inquiétez pas, nous sommes là pour vous. Tout est organisé pour vous (permis, transport, compteur Geiger Muller, restauration, hôtel, sécurité maximale, contrôles de radioprotection, meilleurs guides pro-anglophones, etc.). Prenez votre passeport, votre appareil photo, des chaussures confortables, de la bonne humeur et créons de beaux souvenirs !

Les citoyens des pays suivants n’ont pas besoin de visa pour un séjour jusqu’à 90 jours (certains jusqu’à 30 jours) : Albanie, Andorre, Arménie, Azerbaïdjan, Argentine, Autriche, Belgique, Bosnie-Herzégovine, Biélorussie, Brésil, Brunei, Canada, Cuba, Chypre, République tchèque, Chili, Danemark, Dominique, Estonie, Équateur, Finlande, France, Géorgie, Allemagne, Grèce, Hongrie, Hong Kong, Israël, Islande, Irlande, Italie, Japon, Kazakhstan, Corée ( Sud), Kirghizistan, Lettonie, Liechtenstein, Lituanie, Luxembourg, Malte, Monaco, Mongolie, Monténégro, Moldavie, Macédoine du Nord, Pays-Bas, Norvège, Paraguay, Panama, Pologne, Portugal, Qatar, Russie, Saint-Marin, Serbie, Corée du Sud, Slovaquie, Slovénie, Espagne, Suède, Suisse, Tadjikistan, Cité du Vatican, Royaume-Uni, Émirats arabes unis, États-Unis, Uruguay et Ouzbékistan.

Si vous êtes ressortissant d’un pays ne figurant pas dans cette liste, vous n’aurez aucun problème à obtenir un visa touristique. L’Ukraine délivre des visas électroniques depuis 2018, le coût est de 20-30 USD et ils sont éligibles pour un traitement médical, des activités dans le domaine de la culture, de la science, de l’éducation, des sports, afin d’exercer les fonctions officielles d’un correspondant étranger ou d’un représentant d’un média étranger. Si on vous demande une invitation pour votre demande de visa, qui est généralement émise automatiquement par l’un des hôtels de Kiev lors de la réservation, n’hésitez pas à nous contacter, nous serons heureux de vous aider avec votre invitation de visa afin de vous amener à Tchernobyl.

La sécurité avant tout, c’est notre priorité. La zone d’exclusion de Tchernobyl est ouverte aux visiteurs dans le respect de toutes les mesures de sécurité. Cela signifie que vous pouvez explorer l’ambiance de la zone abandonnée et être plus en sécurité que jamais ! ChernobylX assure la sécurité absolue de vous et de vos compagnons de voyage par un niveau de désinfection et des mesures de précaution dignes d’une compagnie aérienne : contrôle de la température, masques faciaux, gants, gel antibactérien, bus et voitures désinfectés, guides et chauffeurs portant des masques. Pour plus de détails, veuillez consulter notre notice Corona.

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If you are considering a visit to see the Chernobyl exclusion zone, this is the tour that you should book. We saw everything that we wanted to. I would say that the highlight was the time Pripyat and the power plant tour. Highly, highly recommend.
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The power plant tour was conducted by someone who works in the plant and was truly a once in a lifetime experience. We felt extremely safe throughout the duration of our tour. Two days really allowed us to explore the area in a way that would have felt rushed in just one day.
All logistics and communication was an absolute breeze, particularly since my tour operator switched last minute. Pickup and drop off back in Kyiv was central and seamless. Visiting Chernobyl and Pripyat has been a bucket list item for me since before it was opened up in 2011 to outside tourists, and NOTHING about it disappointed me or fell short of my hefty expectations...
Once in a lifetime
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We had a group of 6 and we were able to see all the main attractions and much more that is not available on the standard group tours. The Power Plant tour is definitely worth it as it is one of the few tours that allow you to actually enter the Chernobyl Power Plant. If you can only go on one tour, this is the tour I’d recommend! :)
Amazing trip of a lifetime!
Jun 2019
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This is a great immersive experience and we felt we had great value for the money paid. I can't think of a single thing we missed, our guide was flexible with what we wanted to see and the extra day really helped (not to mention the smaller group). Excellent job to this company for making us feel like we got what we paid for.
On the first day we visited the nuclear power plant and on the second one Pripyat and Duga. Everthing went according to the plan and fullfiled our expectations. Our guide (Helga) did a great job taking us to the most interesting spots and administrating our limited time.

Travelling during winter is a good idea, the "dead" forest allows you a clear view of the buildings and the area is not crowded at all...
Very interesting and informative - 2 days is better
Oct 2019
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Yes it is more expensive than the day trip but you see SO much more with this tour! 2-3 hours within reactor 3 with a guide from the power plant plus all the other incredible and harrowing sites within the Chernobyl exclusion zone including Pripyat and Duga! I would 1000% recommend this tour specifically with this company.
Best Tour Experience!
Nov 2019
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The tour was flawless, we had the best guides, Julia and Stan, and had the best time exploring the power plant and Pripyat. 2 days was just the perfect duration, nothing felt rushed. They were extremely knowledgeable, very caring, made sure we always had everything we needed for the tour.
Best tour ever!
Dec 2019
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The tour was brilliant, well organised with WiFi on the bus and pit stops available for food. We were in a group of 8 and we saw everything we wanted too and a lot more.10/10 would recommend this tour to anyone who is thinking about going to Chernobyl and Pripyat.
Amazing Chernobyl / Pripyat tour
Mar 2020
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This trip was by far such an amazing experience, we saw so much and I feel the tour would not have been the same without our amazing tour guide Julia. She's amazingly friendly and we learned a lot from her! Everything about this trip is planned down to the T they arrange everything for you.
Trip Of A lifetime
Jan 2020
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