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Live | Chernobyl & Babushkas

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Live | Chernobyl & Babushkas

  • 1+ Hour
  • Pay Per View
  • Flexible for your Time Zone
  • Make it FREE - we deduct the Full Price from your real Chernobyl Tour
  • Live and Interactive with Professional Chernobyl Guide
  • English language

ONLINE EXPERIENCE

Join an online guided experience from the comfort of your sofa

BABUSHKAS

The Chernobyl story told by the ones who are still there

BEST OF

We take you through the iconic sites of Chernobyl

GUIDE WITH YOU

The whole online experience is hosted by a professional Chernobyl guide

ONLINE EXPERIENCE

Join an online guided experience from the comfort of your sofa

BABUSHKAS

The Chernobyl story told by the ones who are still there

BEST OF

We take you through the iconic sites of Chernobyl

GUIDE WITH YOU

The whole online experience is hosted by a professional Chernobyl guide

WHAT IS INCLUDED IN YOUR CHERNOBYL ONLINE TOUR

CHERNOBYL TOUR LIKE NO OTHER

  • THE BEST OF CHERNOBYL
  • CHERNOBYL BABUSHKAS
  • PROFESSIONAL GUIDE
  • NOT PUBLIC FOOTAGE
  • 60+ MINUTES OF STORIES
  • ONLY IN ENGLISH

Get to Know the Real Face of Chernobyl

REAL CHERNOBYL, REAL EXPERIENCE

Distant, yet it feels real. “Teleporting” you from your living room to the flourishing city of  Chernobyl is not the only magic during this online experience. This tour to Chernobyl with a professional guide next to you will give you a completely new, vivid and uncensored perspective on the Chernobyl disaster, the city and the inhabitants of this iconic place. Goosebumps are guaranteed while visiting the Chernobyl babushkas and listening to their amazing tales, and also having a chance to learn the real life stories which are far from the ones shown in the movies….

WHAT TO EXPECT?

Death, yet living. Bearing the name that will forever resonate in the history of mankind: Chernobyl. Take a walk around this city that was home to 15 thousand people, and after the evacuation to almost 100 thousand liquidators. It is also the place of the famous Chernobyl trial that you know from watching the Chernobyl miniseries. Expecting silence, ghost streets and an empty atmosphere? Not at all, you are about to see the real living face of Chernobyl today in just one hour.

The Chernobyl Live online experience will take you to the very heart of the town in Chernobyl, its inhabitants, and their destiny. Chernobyl city is the only place in the Chernobyl Zone where human life still flourishes, and this paradox makes this experience truly transcendent. Starting at the most spiritual point – the church, which according to radiation readings, was the cleanest place in the whole zone after the Chernobyl accident in 1986. Some believe that the Chernobyl accident was even mentioned in the Bible. This belief is displayed in the unique icon – the only icon in the whole world where humans are depicted together with angels and saints. See the abandoned Lenin street, leading to the statue of the “father of the Soviet Union”. Go around the river port with abandoned ships left here after being contaminated. The display of military vehicles and robots that helped clean up the Chernobyl Zone from 1986-1992 might take you back to your video gaming moments.

Pay tribute to the Chernobyl heroes as we go around the Firestation in Chernobyl where the iconic monument, which serves every family and friends of the firefighters who had fallen in the battle against the radiation, commemorates their heroism. Proceeding to the Memorial park, the real thrilling stories of love, hope, escape and death begin. Statues, memorials, road signs of 100 abandoned villages, and cities with a real Soviet post box in the middle will probably make you think about your own life and the time we have on this planet.

Now you are ready to visit the real heroes, the Chernobyl inhabitants. Together we will peek into the life of one of the oldest self settlers (called the Chernobyl babushkas), while learning their story and their way of life. Having this human touch of Chernobyl history will fill your heart and soul, but not with sadness, but rather with hope. Chernobyl babushkas are living heroes who bear the forgotten culture of this now empty region, as well as one of a few who can remember the events after April 26, 1986 and also who were evacuated. How did they manage to come back? And why? You will learn straight from them and your guide, as questions from you are always welcomed. The distance will not play any role, you can ask anything and even discuss some of the most unbelievable conspiracies about Chernobyl. Or maybe you just want to chat with your guide about her “regular job,” or any of the “mutations” she can see every day. Let your curiosity run free!

At the end of your Chernobyl online experience, the world will not look the same again, at least the Chernobyl perspective you have now. The Chernobyl online experience is an online streaming tour using original, uncensored video from the Chernobyl zone with your host – a Chernobyl guide. It is streamed live via a ZOOM room where you will be invited from Kyiv, Ukraine to ensure connection (limited coverage of Chernobyl area) and a packed programme.

For your time-zone convenience, please check the timezone converter to book the right time for you. For your corporate or educational purposes a private Chernobyl online experience is available upon request from 99 €, please inquire directly at info@chernobylx.com.

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General information about the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone

“Today, the Exclusion Zone is one of the most radioactively contaminated areas in the world and draws significant scientific interest for the high levels of radiation exposure in the environment, as well as increasing interest from tourists.”

Yulia, virtual guide to Chernobyl reality

Self-settlers

"Some people believe that it is a huge cemetery, that is why sometimes one can even wonder how touristic companies dare to organize trips on bones. But it’s not a cemetery, not a radioactive desert - this is the place where life is in full swing.”

Yulia, virtual guide to Chernobyl reality

Chernobyl Sign – Entrance

“The stella-road sign "Chernobyl" is showing what the city was popular for."

Yulia, virtual guide to Chernobyl reality

History of Chernobyl

"During the Soviet times Chernobyl was a real industrial city with great agricultural territories around Chernobyl district."

Yulia, virtual guide to Chernobyl reality

City Center

"Before the explosion this building was a cinema called “Ukraine”, but nowadays it remains the museum of the Chernobyl disaster."

Yulia, virtual guide to Chernobyl reality

Star Wormwood Memorial Complex

“The Chernobyl memorial park has 162 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.

Angel of Apocalypses

“Many people believe that it’s about Chernobyl, because if you translate “wormwood” into Ukrainian,- it sounds as “chornobyl gorkaya”. And so people think that this place had been cursed only by being named Chornobyl.”

Yulia, virtual guide to Chernobyl reality

Chernobyl Church of St. Elias

“The cleanest place in the whole of Chernobyl after the accident happened. My mom along with their neighbours, told the builders of the power plant back in 1970 that it was being built on the bones of fallen soldiers from the Great Patriotic War, and it will not have a good fate….they did not listen ....”

Valentina Borisovna, Chernobyl babushka, liquidator

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.

Palace of Culture

“Energetik was the heart of our town. During the day we went to drama performances, music classes, or the library. On Saturday nights we went to the 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.

Fire Station Chernobyl Memorial

“To those who saved the world... The families and friends of the firefighters and the Chernobyl Power Plant staff survivors had 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 they lost.”

Alexander Esaulov, former deputy mayor of Pripyat

Chernobyl River Port

“The river port in Chernobyl was always an important transport point with access to the Black Sea. The docks even repaired ships from Kyiv back in the day. For me Pripyat river was always a place to relax, I used to go fishing there almost every day. And my husband loved the fresh fish.”

Valentina Borisovna, Chernobyl babushka, liquidator

Chernobyl Animals

"The Exclusion Zone has become a haven for biodiversity. own bears, wolves, lynx, bison, deer, moose, beavers, foxes, badgers, wild boar, raccoon dogs, and more than 200 species of birds have formed their own ecosystem within the Chernobyl disaster area."

Yulia, virtual guide to Chernobyl reality
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General information about the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone

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Self-settlers

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Chernobyl Sign – Entrance

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History of Chernobyl

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City Center

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Star Wormwood Memorial Complex

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Angel of Apocalypses

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Chernobyl Church of St. Elias

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Lenin Monument

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Palace of Culture

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Fire Station Chernobyl Memorial

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Chernobyl River Port

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Chernobyl Animals

CHERNOBYL TOUR LIKE NO OTHER

WHAT IS INCLUDED IN YOUR CHERNOBYL ONLINE TOUR

  • BEST OF CHERNOBYL AND DUGA
  • PROFESSIONAL GUIDE
  • NOT PUBLIC FOOTAGE
  • PEEK INTO THE LIVES OF CHERNOBYL BABUSHKAS
  • 60+ MINUTES OF STORIES
  • TOURS IN 4 LANGUAGES

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