Green Ukraine would appreciate your making a Chernobyl tour reservation at least 10 business days in advance! Reservation of the tour on a shorter notice might not be available because of the security screening which is obligatory for every visitor to the Exclusion zone.
You can book a private tour or join one of the scheduled group tours below.
IMPORTANT – According to the Government of Ukraine regulations a compulsory medical insurance (US$10.00) has to be purchase by every visitor to the zone starting August 1st 2013. All our clients get insured automatically so we don’t waste time at the check point !
All of our advertised prices include taxes, fees and charges, there are no hidden extras, what you see is what you get. Lunch is included. We will beat any price you find online (from a legal entity only).
Our booking process takes only few minutes. You can pay your deposit by a credit card or by PayPal or by bank wire.
We are not a mediator! We provide the service ourselves – so should your plans be changed we can transfer your deposit to a different day, negotiate the cost of the tour or provide you with additional services you might need while in Ukraine. We are a fully legal tour operator. Book with confidence that you deal with a real company. Beware of Internet scams!
Itinerary. Chernobyl tour
Your tour to Chernobyl will be as featured on the
WE MEET 08:45 A.M. at Kozatskyi Hotel (unless you book a pick up) which is on the Independent Square near McDonald’s (Address: Mikhailivska St.) We meet in from of the hotel. SEE ON THE MAP
We usually start our Chernobyl tour at 9 a.m.
Our staff will meet you at the departure point, check passports, dress code, etc. If you need to be picked up at your location we can do that too – just let us know.
Drive to Chernobyl with passing Dytyatky checkpoint (on the border of the 30-km Exclusion Zone). We show you an informative and stunning documentary you’ll like during a 2-hour ride.
Entry to the 30 km Exclusion Zone. Meeting the leadership of Chernobylinterinform Agency.
Arrival to Chernobyl. Introductory briefing on the Exclusion Zone administrative division and regulations, RAW disposal, etc.
Sightseeing Chernobyl town: Wormwood Star memorial, St. Ilya Church, Memorial to Those who Saved the World, photo stop at the place with robots and vehicles used to clean the radioactive fallout.
Entry to the 10 km Zone by passing Leliv checkpoint.
On the way to the Power Plant we stop at almost fully buried Kopachi village and check the kindergarten which we can still enter.
Sightseeing Reactor #4 from a 300 m distance.
Stop near the Red Forest.
Sightseeing Pripyat town: Lenin Street, the palace of culture, Polissya hotel, supermarket; Ferris wheel, the stadium, school, swimming pool and the hospital.
NO ENTRY INSIDE THE BUILDINGS DUE TO THE SAFETY REASONS.
Lunch at the Power Plant canteen- all ingredients are brought from the outside and ecologically clean. A vegetarian meal is available upon request.
Visiting Paryshiv village, meeting the self-settlers (people who chose to come back to their homes after the evacuation (optional).
Important – Rossokha village (contaminated vehicles graveyard) – ACCESS FORBIDDEN BY THE GOVERNMENT FROM APRIL 2008.
Passage through Dytyatki checkpoint. Compulsory radiation control.
Return to Kiev around 6 p.m.
NOTE! The itinerary can be changed by the guide depending of weather conditions or other unforeseen circumstances.
From $US 97. Please contact us to get the rates.