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Chernobyl Tour

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Chernobyl Tour

  • 1 Full Day
  • 5-15 People On Tour
  • 3 Radiation Safety Controls
  • 100% Money Back Guarantee, Free rebooking or Cancelation anytime
  • Ride in historical Volga car, dress in Soviet uniforms, Liquidators costumes
  • Choose from 7 Languages

BEST OF

All the Famous Sites of Chernobyl, Pripyat, Power Plant, and Duga

REAL DEAL

The most intense Chernobyl programme for the lowest price

TIME TRAVEL

Old videos, photographs, costumes, artifacts, and cars from the Soviet Union

SUPER SAFE

Free respirators, 3 dosimetric controls a day, and a free loan of a Geiger-Muller counter (dosimeter)

BEST OF

All the Famous Sites of Chernobyl, Pripyat, Power Plant, and Duga

REAL DEAL

The most intense Chernobyl programme for the lowest price

TIME TRAVEL

Old videos, photographs, costumes, artifacts, and cars from the Soviet Union

SUPER SAFE

Free respirators, 3 dosimetric controls a day, and a free loan of a Geiger-Muller counter (dosimeter)

WHAT IS INCLUDED IN YOUR CHERNOBYL TOUR

CHERNOBYL TOUR LIKE NO OTHER

  • SMALL GROUPS (5-15), NO BIG BUSSES, NO SHOPPING TOUR
  • PERMITS TO ALL 3 SAFETY ZONES
  • SKIP THE LINE AND BE THE FIRST ON THE LOCATIONS
  • FREE DOSIMETER, PROVEN ROUTES
  • THE PRICE IS FINAL, NO HIDDEN FEES, FULLY REFUNDABLE
  • TOURS IN 7 LANGUAGES

The Day You Became an Adventurer

CHERNOBYL TOUR FOR THE DEMANDING FIRST-TIMERS

First time to Chernobyl? You want to cover it all: WOW pictures, stories beyond the HBO series, urban exploring, a touch of the Soviet Union and this is all at no risk, with an expert, a living legend. That’s why since 2008, we love what we do, not just in Chernobyl, but also in Fukushima, North Korea, or Baikonur.

ChernobylX Tours start in Kyiv, where you will be welcomed with a smile and an airline level of disinfection according to your Corona-free tour manual, you will be given recycled newspapers from 1986, in just a 2 hour drive, while watching a Chernobyl documentary, you will arrive at the spot of the largest nuclear energy accident in the history of mankind.

WHAT TO EXPECT?

Your Chernobyl trip will then be turned into a time travelling experience with first hand stories and bullet-proof facts. If you are on a tight schedule or budget, this is the right Chernobyl tour for you.

 You will cover the „must see“ locations of Chernobyl such as the Power Plant, Ferris wheel, Pripyat hotel, Swimming pool, Duga radar, Military vehicle display, and 49 more.
  As we are travellers just like you, we travel only in small groups and we will not hassle you, especially on the sites like Chernobyl Power Plant sarcophagus, Pripyat Central Square, or the fairgrounds. We have designed compact Chernobyl tours – a balance between walking and driving around/to the most important abandoned places making sure they are abandoned – without other tourists around for your comfort, safety, and stunning pictures.

The smell of roses in Pripyat has long gone, but the ostentatious atmosphere of this state-of-the-art Soviet city prototype lives on, even when the whole Chernobyl zone is now being taken back by nature. Thanks to our X-archives you will now be seeing those places on videos and photographs from 1986 and you will find them hard to recognise in reality. 

The most vivid Chernobyl experience on the tour is made by riding a historical Soviet car, the Volga (used for VIP people, just like Valeryi Legasov), trying out liquidators costumes (20kg of lead!) and Soviet uniforms. Get selfies on the best Chernobyl photo spots and upload pics and videos in real time via our Mercedes van WiFi, sharing your Chernobyl story with the world. Taste Chernobyl with ChernobylX– dine where Chernobyl power plant workers had their lunch – traditional Ukrainian meals and drinks.

We have been on a mission to CHALLENGE YOUR WORLDVIEW since 2008.

Chernobyl Tour Safety

Visiting Chernobyl is connected to radiation – yes, you can measure hotspots from a safe distance, learn radiation protection 101, and you will have a professional dosimeter with you all the time as you are part of the safest Chernobyl tour. We will check radiation dose with a full body scan 3 times a day.

During the Corona pandemic, we have ensured the absolute safety of you and your fellow travellers by an airline-level of disinfection and precautionary measurements: temperature check, face masks, gloves, antibacterial gel, disinfected buses and cars, guides and drivers with masks. Together, we can make sure you come back home safe and thrilled. For more details please read the Corona update.

Carefully pick your Chernobyl Tour provider, as there are scams and illegal tours lately. How to choose a Chernobyl Tour provider?

Due to actual constraints, radiation safety or weather conditions in the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone, ChernobylX keeps the right to change the program of the itinerary, informing you about any constraints.

IS IT SAFE TO VISIT CHERNOBYL?

Safety was the number one question our founder, Dominik asked himself in 2008 when coming to Chernobyl for the first time and this is our ChernobylX story. Since then our trained guides have been guiding you ONLY on healthy-non-hazardous places and trails. We ensure the dose of radiation received during your 1 day Chernobyl Tour will not exceed 4 microsieverts (4% of daily nuclear power plant safety norms in EU), which is equivalent to around 4 hours on an intercontinental flight. More on safety of Chernobyl tours .

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.

Bridge of death

“The bridge crossing over the train tracks leading to Pripyat never had this name. Only after 2 thieves on a motorbike who were just leaving Pripyat city somewhere in early 90s faced a police patrol going in their direction, the driver turned to the side and they both died off the side of it.”

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

Cinema Prometheus

“There was only just one cinema in our city. I was 23 years old and lived right in front of it. It was called Prometheus - the greek God who gave fire to humanity. For the young ones, the cinema was a symbol of the fire burning in our hearts as we took our girlfriends and wives here for a movie night”

Volodimyr Verbickij, former inhabitant 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.

Sunrise Shop

“Need some groceries? Sunrise was a small self-service grocery store, where you could buy all the products to cook borsch! They were even selling here the Chornobyl Sparkling Water, my favourite.”

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

“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 check-ups before she gave birth to our son.”

Volodimyr Verbickij, former inhabitant of Pripyat

The Tree of Friendship of Nations

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

Volodimyr Verbickij, former inhabitant of Pripyat

Bus station Pripyat

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

Pripyat kindergarten

“When you walked around Pripyat, you could see a kindergarten on every corner, 15 of them in total. Each had its number and the name of a fairy character from the Soviet cartoons. My daughter went to Cheburashka near our house.”

Alexey Moskalenko, former chief of Pripyat Police dept.

Panorama View of Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant

“This is the place which we usually picked for fishing - it has a great view of the Chernobyl Power Plant and in the cooling channel there were a lot of fish. From right to left you see all 4 units as they were built, from number 1 to the fateful one - number 4.”

Volodimyr Verbickij, former inhabitant of Pripyat

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

Chernobyl Power Plant Excursion - The Control Room

“This is the brain of the reactor. I remember even 15 years after the last reactor was shut down, these spaces were very busy and crowded, sometimes I had to be very silent with my groups in order not to disturb the operators.”

Stanislav Shekstelo, former guide of CHNPP

Chernobyl Power Plant Excursion - The Bunker

“The bunker was not just a bomb shelter in case of a nuclear attack, but it was also a command center in case of an emergency or accident. That fateful night the operators and management moved here and shut down all other reactors after the accident at the #4 reactor.”

Stanislav Shekstelo, former guide of CHNPP

Chernobyl Power Plant Excursion - The Golden Corridor

“The golden corridor was not golden. After the accident, we needed to put the radiation levels down as this was the only corridor connecting all 4 reactors. And the metal shielding somehow turned out to look like it was made of gold.”

Stanislav Shekstelo, former guide of CHNPP

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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Bridge of death

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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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Cinema Prometheus

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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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Sunrise Shop

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Pripyat

Elementary school no. 3

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Pripyat

Child Clinic

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Pripyat

The Tree of Friendship of Nations

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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 kindergarten

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Panorama View of Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant

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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 Power Plant Excursion - The Control Room

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Chernobyl Power Plant Excursion - The Bunker

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Chernobyl Power Plant Excursion - The Golden Corridor

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Chernobyl

Dosimetric Control

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Kyiv

Arriving back to Kyiv

You are all covered on the Trip of your lifetime

Price includes

  • Full programme in Chernobyl incl. all permits
  • Professional English Guide (for other languages please check options in CALENDAR)
  • Geiger Muller Counter (dosimeter) rental
  • Radiation safety training and dosimetric controls
  • Comfortable transportation with A/C, Wi-Fi
  • Health insurance
  • Chernobyl Newspaper
  • Online live-streaming Chernobyl Tour
  • Ticket to Chernobyl museum in Kyiv
  • Chernobyl Postcards
  • VIP spots for other X destinations: Fukushima, North Korea, Baikonur..

Frequently Asked Questions

FAQ

Our customers say it simply: storytelling that turns a Chernobyl tour into an experience, the emotions when meeting the Chernobyl heroes and Chernobyl babushkas, a true warm hearted customer care, peeking into the out of reach places in Chernobyl because we always go the extra mile, and a direct way how to help the Chernobyl zone (1% for Chernobyl babushkas). All this with a 100% love it or it is free guarantee.

You don’t need to worry, we have got your back. Everything is arranged for you (permits, transportation, Geiger Muller counter, dining, hotel, maximum safety, radiation safety controls, top pro-English speaking guides, etc). Grab your passport, your camera, some comfy shoes, a good mood, and let’s make some great memories!

The citizens of the following countries do not need a visa for a stay of up to 90 days (some for up to 30 days): Albania, Andorra, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Belarus, Brazil, Brunei, Canada, Cuba, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Chile, Denmark, Dominica, Estonia, Ecuador, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Hong Kong, Israel, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Kazakhstan, Korea (South), Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Mongolia, Montenegro, Moldova, North Macedonia, Netherlands, Norway, Paraguay, Panama, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Russia, San Marino, Serbia, South Korea, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Tajikistan, Vatican City, the United Kingdom, the United Arab Emirates, the United States, Uruguay & Uzbekistan.

If you are a citizen from a country not listed in this list, you will not have a problem obtaining a tourist visa. Ukraine has issued electronic visas since 2018, the cost is 20-30 USD and they are eligible for treatment, activities in the field of culture, science, education, sports, in order to perform official duties of a foreign correspondent or representative of a foreign media. If you are asked for an invitation for your visa application, which is usually automatically issued by any of the Kyiv hotels upon booking, do not hesitate to contact us, we will be happy to help you with your visa invitation in order to get you to Chernobyl.

Safety first, that’s our go-to. The Chernobyl Exclusion zone is open for visitors with the compliance of all safety measures. That means you can explore the atmosphere of the abandoned area and be safer than ever before! ChernobylX ensures the absolute safety of you and your fellow travelers by an airline-level of disinfection and precautionary measurements: temperature check, face masks, gloves, antibacterial gel, disinfected buses and cars, guides and drivers with masks. For more details please read the Corona update.

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I did the Chernobyl day tour with these guys, well organised, easy booking, informative guide, I saw all the sites listed. It was amazing to get to learn about the history of the regions. A great day out, reasonably priced too.
GREAT TOUR, GREAT COMPANY, GREAT EXPERIENCE
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Everything to do with the company from what I saw on the trip was great, friendly guides, insightful, and I saw things I didn't expect. I will go again with the same company on another one of their Chernobyl tours next year. Definitely recommend it.
Great time, fitting weather
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It was so fun to go around with our dosimeter alarms and even get to eat in the same cafeteria where Chernobyl workers eat. Our guide was very knowledgeable and shared so many personal stories about her grandfather who was actually alive and involved in the Chernobyl disaster! I would highly recommend this tour!
Hauntingly Beautiful and Informational Tour!
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We went to see places that we wanted to see. And unlike the group tours, we weren't rushed. We had time to take photos and explore the area. I would thoroughly recommend ChernobylX for a relaxed informative Chernobyl tour, and especially Yulia, our guide, she was AMAZING!!!
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.

We went to see places that we wanted to see. And unlike the group tours, we weren't rushed. We had time to take photos and explore the area. I would thoroughly recommend ChernobylX for a relaxed informative Chernobyl tour, and especially Yulia, our guide, she was AMAZING!!!
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It was an amazing tour. Our guide was informative, friendly and very knowledgeable, it was a trip of a lifetime. We were kept safe and given excellent experience. 5* all the way, if anyone wants to do this tour I couldn’t recommend them more and we even made some new friends!
Best trip ever!!
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The Caretaker
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Biography

Julia is the one who loves people and getting to know them. She loves exploring the zone and is also addicted to share it all with you. She loves to tell the stories about the zone and make you feel like you’re wandering with an old friend, as she’s very caring and friendly guide with who you’ll feel like you know each other for years.

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Radiation Scientist
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Biography

At first sight, Olya looks like a smiling little girl with that kiddo expressions in her face. But don’t be fooled, she’s one of our most experienced guides with a lot of knowledge about the Zone. She’s super-fascinated by the radiation and sometimes declares herslef as a radiation hunter. Maybe that’s why she has time for guiding tours in English, Czech and German. She’s our little superhero!

Tour Guide
Emitter of Emotions
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Biography

This girl is obsessed with sharing her knowledge and emotions with people. She knows exactly how to make you feel the spirit of the Soviet Union and the horror of the Chernobyl disaster. First-time Yulia saw wildlife of the exclusion zone, it made an unforgettable impression on her vision of life. So be sure, with her help you’ll be stunned by the superiority of nature over man.

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Radioactive Blondie
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Biography

This girl got inspired by the abandoned places of Pripyat and the nature in the Exclusion Zone. Having visited these places for the first time with CHERNOBYLX, she was looking for the opportunity to spend more time in the Chernobyl Zone to reveal all its secrets. The best way to do it was to become a Chernobyl tour guide.

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