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1. CHOOSE THE DATE OF THE TRIP:
Cost of the tour:
For Ukrainian citizens: 1187 UAH 43,2 USD 38 EUR
For foreign citizens: 2291 UAH 83 USD 74 EUR
For Ukrainian citizens: 1435 UAH 52 USD 46 EUR
For foreign citizens: 2732 UAH 99 USD 88 EUR
For Ukrainian citizens: 1628 UAH 59 USD 52 EUR
For foreign citizens: 4112 UAH 149 USD 132 EUR
Why is the price different?

The administration of the Chernobyl exclusion zone makes an exception for citizens of Ukraine and registration of permits to visit the chzo for them is cheaper by an order of magnitude than for citizens of other countries. Accordingly, we cannot but react to this. That is why the citizens of Ukraine go cheaper.

THE PRICE INCLUDES:
  • Full-scale visit to the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone
  • Transportation with AC, TV
  • Insurance
  • Preparation of permits required to visit the Zone
  • Permits to visit the 30-km zone
  • Permits to visit the 10-km zone
  • Permits to visit the town of Pripyat
  • Permits to a visit over-the-horizon radar station “Duga-1”
  • Professional English-speaking guide
  • Photo and video permits
Additional charges:
  • lunch (optional) – 170 UAH

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Rough Program of a One-day Tour

07.20 — 07.50

Meeting our team

28 Simona Petlyury street at the parking area of the Stolychnyi Department Store close to the Central railway station in Kyiv, Ukraine. Panoramic View on Google Maps Passport control. Taking seats in our comfortable bus.


08.00

Leaving Kyiv to reach the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone and the Zone of Absolute (Mandatory) Resettlement.

The drive from Kyiv to Dytyatky 30-km Zone Checkpoint takes around 2 hours. In order to use the time efficiently, we suggest watching the specially selected videos on the Chernobyl catastrophe. Pit-stop at the gas station is planned on the way. You may take a coffee, have a snack, visit the WC.


10.30 — 10.45

Dytyatky 30-km Zone Checkpoint

- passport control;
- safety rules briefing;
- entering the Zone, driving to Chernobyl. Along the way we will be driving through the abandoned villages of Cherevach and Zalissy, and passing by the Uzh river


Chernobyl

Your will see that Chernobyl is virtually a usual Ukrainian small town, where the employees of the power plant and other Exclusion Zone state companies are based. Indeed, being here for the first time it’s hard to imagine that this town has something to do with the catastrophe of 1986.
- photo-stop at the Chernobyl sign;
- a bus tour;
- visiting the exposition of the robots and equipment which were in use to mitigate the catastrophe consequences;
- To Those Who Saved the World monument.


Leliv 10-km Zone Checkpoint

Entering the 10 km Zone.


Kopachi village

Visiting the kindergarten which is the only remaining building in the whole village. The rest of the facilities were buried in the ground. Kopachi village is located 4 km from the power plant.


Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant industrial site

- photo-stop at the cooling pond on the right one can see the unfinished reactors 5 and 6 as well as the huge cooling towers on the left there are nuclear units 1, 2 and 3 and the New Safe Confinement, the so called “Arch”;
- visiting the memorial next to the administrative building of the CHNPP;
- feeding gigantic cat-fish (depends on weather conditions);
- SHELTER-2 “Arch” from the observation point.
You will see the New Safe Confinement at the distance of some 300 meters!


The abandoned town of Pripyat

- the Red Forest;
- the Pripyat sign on entering the town;
- the Death Bridge;
- stop on the central square of the town, a walking tour;
- Energetic Palace of Culture, Polissya Hotel (observation point);
- department store;
- amusement park;
- the Ferris Wheel (its inauguration day was planned for May 1st, 1986, but…);
- town hall which became the first headquarters of the governmental commission mitigating the consequences of the accident;
- Prometheus Cinema;
- river port, sinking pier;
- kindergarten and school;
- Pripyat swimming pool.
You will take tons of photos, get absolutely unforgettable impressions and feel really exceptional emotions!


Chernobyl-2 Secret Object. DUGA-1 over-the-horizon radar station

DUGA-1 object is one of the most well-known objects of the former USSR. Its exact name is in fact «5H32». The radar was supposed to detect air targets, like launched intercontinental ballistic missiles. The signal emitted by the radar reminded of a woodpecker hammering. For this reason, the object has been nicknamed “the Russian Woodpecker”.


Lunch is preplanned during the tour (you can book on the day of the tour or take it with you)

Radiological control

19.00
Coming back to Kyiv

The tour program can be changed depending on the length of daylight hours, weather conditions and as directed by the Chernobyl exclusion zone administration.
From 06/08/2021, the transportation of spent nuclear fuel began, which may also affect the adjustment of the tour program and cause a delay when visiting some locations.
We make every effort to ensure that your tour is comfortable and meets your expectations

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Chernobyl One Day Tour

Have you ever dreamed to roam the tracks of the post-apocalyptic world of Chernobyl among all possible trips in reality without any danger for you at least for one day? Have you ever imagined yourself being a reckless stalker ransacking the Exclusion Zone in search of bizarre artifacts? Then a one-day trip to Chernobyl, located not far from Kiev, can give you this opportunity. Now you can go and visit Chernobyl with our company today or tomorrow depending on the schedule of tours. If you wonder how you can visit Chernobyl, you may further read the following approximate itinerary of trips.

  • 07:20 — 07:50 you meet with our team close to the Central railroad station in Kiev at a parking zone. The exact address is — 28 Simona Petlyury Str.

  • 08:00 you go from Kiev to Dytyatky 30 km Zone Checkpoint. It will take 2 hours. While driving you may watch some videos regarding Chernobyl accident. There will be a scheduled stop at a gas station where you may drink some coffee.

  • 10:30 Dytyatky 30-km Zone Checkpoint where you will pass passport control and will be briefed regarding safety rules. There you will enter notorious Exclusion Zone.

  • Chernobyl. You will have the first glimpse at Pripyat that was built for employees of the nuclear power plant. First, stop at the entrance to this town to take some photos. Then you'll visit the memorial “To Those Who Saved The World”.

  • Leliv. 10-km Zone Checkpoint. Admission to 10 km Zone.

  • Village Kopachi. Have a look at a kindergarten that remained the only structure in this vicinity. 4 km remains to the nuclear power plant.

  • ChNPP. Industrial estate. Stop near its cooling reservoir. You will see half-constructed the 5th and the 6th power-generating units. Gigantic cooling stakes. Covert facility “Arch”. Classified installation — 2 “Arch”, viewing deck.

  • Derelict town Pripyat. You will see the Red Forest, the Death Bridge, scheduled stop at the main square with a walking trip, the Hall of Culture “Energetic”, the hotel “Polissya” with an outlook post, a multiple store, a funfair, a well-known Ferris wheel, the cinema “Prometheus”, a sunken jetty, desolated school and kindergarten, Pripyat's swimming pool.

  • Covert Facility “Chernobyl — 2”. Over-the-horizon radar post “DUGA-1”. This is one of the most prominent objects in the former USSR. It was designed for air-delivered threat warnings (launched global range ballistic missiles). This object was called “Russian Woodpecker” since the signals emitted resembled woodpecker rattling.

  • There is a launch included in every one-day itinerary that can be pre-ordered in advance or it can just be taken with you.
  • Radiological monitoring.
  • 19:00 Return to Kiev.

Advantages of Going on a One Day Trip to Pripyat with GO2CHERNOBYL

Your tour schedule can be altered depending upon the duration of daylight, meteorological conditions, and in accordance with Chernobyl zone supervisory personnel. From August 2021 the hauling of nuclear waste had been started that in its turn may bring about different corrections of a tour schedule and entail a delay for visiting some planned places of interest. We put all our efforts to make your trip smooth and comfortable complying with all necessary requirements. Therefore when you think of a full-day tour to Chernobyl and Pripyat located not far from Kiev you are at the most relevant site now. Fill in a special form on our webpage and our manager will get in touch with you ASAP to answer all your questions. Chernobyl and Pripyat are calling!

Rough Program of a One-day Tour

07.20 — 07.50

Meeting our team

28 Simona Petlyury street at the parking area of the Stolychnyi Department Store close to the Central railway station in Kyiv, Ukraine. Panoramic View on Google Maps Passport control. Taking seats in our comfortable bus.


08.00

Leaving Kyiv to reach the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone and the Zone of Absolute (Mandatory) Resettlement.

The drive from Kyiv to Dytyatky 30-km Zone Checkpoint takes around 2 hours. In order to use the time efficiently, we suggest watching the specially selected videos on the Chernobyl catastrophe. Pit-stop at the gas station is planned on the way. You may take a coffee, have a snack, visit the WC.


10.30 — 10.45

Dytyatky 30-km Zone Checkpoint

- passport control;
- safety rules briefing;
- entering the Zone, driving to Chernobyl. Along the way we will be driving through the abandoned villages of Cherevach and Zalissy, and passing by the Uzh river


Chernobyl

Your will see that Chernobyl is virtually a usual Ukrainian small town, where the employees of the power plant and other Exclusion Zone state companies are based. Indeed, being here for the first time it’s hard to imagine that this town has something to do with the catastrophe of 1986.
- photo-stop at the Chernobyl sign;
- a bus tour;
- visiting the exposition of the robots and equipment which were in use to mitigate the catastrophe consequences;
- To Those Who Saved the World monument.


Leliv 10-km Zone Checkpoint

Entering the 10 km Zone.


Kopachi village

Visiting the kindergarten which is the only remaining building in the whole village. The rest of the facilities were buried in the ground. Kopachi village is located 4 km from the power plant.


Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant industrial site

- photo-stop at the cooling pond on the right one can see the unfinished reactors 5 and 6 as well as the huge cooling towers on the left there are nuclear units 1, 2 and 3 and the New Safe Confinement, the so called “Arch”;
- visiting the memorial next to the administrative building of the CHNPP;
- feeding gigantic cat-fish (depends on weather conditions);
- SHELTER-2 “Arch” from the observation point.
You will see the New Safe Confinement at the distance of some 300 meters!


The abandoned town of Pripyat

- the Red Forest;
- the Pripyat sign on entering the town;
- the Death Bridge;
- stop on the central square of the town, a walking tour;
- Energetic Palace of Culture, Polissya Hotel (observation point);
- department store;
- amusement park;
- the Ferris Wheel (its inauguration day was planned for May 1st, 1986, but…);
- town hall which became the first headquarters of the governmental commission mitigating the consequences of the accident;
- Prometheus Cinema;
- river port, sinking pier;
- kindergarten and school;
- Pripyat swimming pool.
You will take tons of photos, get absolutely unforgettable impressions and feel really exceptional emotions!


Chernobyl-2 Secret Object. DUGA-1 over-the-horizon radar station

DUGA-1 object is one of the most well-known objects of the former USSR. Its exact name is in fact «5H32». The radar was supposed to detect air targets, like launched intercontinental ballistic missiles. The signal emitted by the radar reminded of a woodpecker hammering. For this reason, the object has been nicknamed “the Russian Woodpecker”.


Lunch is preplanned during the tour (you can book on the day of the tour or take it with you)

Radiological control

19.00
Coming back to Kyiv

The tour program can be changed depending on the length of daylight hours, weather conditions and as directed by the Chernobyl exclusion zone administration.
From 06/08/2021, the transportation of spent nuclear fuel began, which may also affect the adjustment of the tour program and cause a delay when visiting some locations.
We make every effort to ensure that your tour is comfortable and meets your expectations