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Chernobyl Exclusion Zone
The Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant Zone of Alienation, also commonly known as the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone (shortly ChEZ) — the territory with restricted access, which was intensively contaminated with long-lived fission radionuclides as a result of the accident at Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant in 1986.

Geographically Chernobyl Exclusion Zone includes the north of Ivankiv district, Kyiv region: the power plant itself, Chernobyl and Pripyat cities are located there; the north of Polissya district, Kyiv region (incl. Polesskoye and Vilcha towns), and also a part of Zhytomyr region up to the border with Belarus.

Zone of Alienation was established soon after the Chernobyl disaster in 1986. Nowadays it is split into three areas:

— Special zone (the area in the immediate to Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant)

— 10-kilometers zone ("Leliv" checkpoint)

— 30-kilometers zone ("Dityatky" checkpoint).

Population from contaminated areas had been evacuated. Presently a special radiation safety regime operates throughout the ChEZ territory; access to the Zone is possible only with special permissions.

Today, the possibility of including the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone as a place of a world-famous historical event, as an ensemble of hundreds of interesting technical and cultural monuments, as a wildlife sanctuary in the UNESCO World Heritage List and its transformation into a national memorial, cultural and natural park is being considered. Every year, more and more inquisitive people seek to visit the Zone, to learn more about the history of events notorious for the whole world, to touch the selcouth.

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QUALITY
Each tour is a unique creative product. Travelers will receive not only reference information, but also the opportunity to immerse themselves in history and feel involved in the landmark events of the past. Moreover, each of the guides have their own vision of the topic and own set of accumulated knowledge, so even tours with the same program differ in content, and you will not regret if after some time you deside to repeat the journey along the already traveled path.
COMPETENCE
Our guides know the Zone as it were their home and gladly share their knowledge with guests both from Ukraine and abroad: the excursions can be in Ukrainian, Russian and English, using unique photos and video materials.
SAFETY
Radiological monitoring at all stages of stay in the Zone is performed using modern equipment.
COMFORT
For transfers modern cars and minibuses with climate control, audio and video equipment are provided. According to proir arrangement, we can meet you at the airport and bring back to your flight after the tour.
RESPONSIBILITY
Before the trip, at a thorough briefing, tourists get a full and accessible information on the safety rules in oral and written form.
PERSONAL APPROACH
Our guests can join a group of reckless fans of extremes, or go exploring the secrets of the Zone in a small company, ordering an individual tour.
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Comprehensive approach from tiderian.adventures gives you more than just an ordinary tour. Due to thorough selection of routes and location, based on personal experience and vision, the visit to ChEZ with tiderian.adventures promises unforgettable emotions.
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Chernobyl
Chernobyl is a city located at a distance of about 12 km from a nuclear power plant with a population of about 14 thousand people before the accident. This city never had any serious relationship with nuclear power plants, but at one time it was the administrative center of the Chernobyl district of Kiev region, and it was by the name of the district that the station got its name. Now the district has been abolished and included in Ivankovsky.
Now in Chernobyl there are no permanent residents. About one and a half thousand people work on a rotational basis at enterprises and organizations that somehow support the functioning of the ChEZ. In Chernobyl there are hotels, cafes, shops, a clinic, a police station, a fire department.
Among the tourist sites it is especially worth highlighting the monument "To Those Who Saved the World", erected in honor of the firefighters, the first liquidators of the accident. Also in Chernobyl there is an exhibition of equipment used to extinguish a fire at an exploding power unit, and an alley in memory of 191 villages and 3 cities whose residents were forced to relocate due to the disaster.
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CHEZ
Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant named after IN AND. Lenin is the most famous nuclear power plant in the world (albeit for an extremely sad reason). For a short period of its operation (the first unit was launched in 1977, and the last unit was stopped in 2000), Chernobyl managed to generate more than three billion kilowatt-hours of electricity for the country. After the accident on April 26, 1986, the Shelter object was built for the burial of the exploded 4th power unit of the station and adjacent structures. To date, the Chernobyl nuclear power plant has been decommissioned and it is carrying out maintenance work on the Shelter facility and converting it into an environmentally friendly system.
A view of the Shelter object, also called the Sarcophagus or Arch, opens from the observation deck of the memorial park near the Chernobyl administration building. In fine weather, you can watch the giant catfish living in the cooler pond. If you have special permission, you can arrange a study visit inside the station, to the technological premises.
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The Duga
Among the pines and sand dunes, a strange structure, to the eye of a modern man, rises like a gigantic lattice, bristling in all directions with metal spikes. This is "Arc", a mysterious object that gave rise to a lot of legends and rumors, and has become a cult place for all fans of the computer game "Stalker". The radar station built in the 70s of the last century, with the help of which it was possible to track the launches of ballistic missiles, including intercontinental ones, was strictly classified. The staff serving her lived in the military town of Chernobyl-2, indicated on all maps as a regular pioneer camp. Today you can see the preserved buildings of the abandoned military town.
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Pripyat
The atmosphere of an enchanted kingdom where time has stopped. Once Pripyat was a showcase of socialism, a thriving city of advanced technology and comfort, with multi-storey buildings, the Palace of Culture, a sports complex, a cinema; it was here that the first supermarket in the USSR was opened. The average age of the inhabitants of Pripyat before the Chernobyl accident (which is more than 50 thousand people) was 26 years; these were mainly young families with children (before the accident, 5 schools and 15 kindergartens worked in the city), and the population growth amounted to 1.5 thousand people per year. The entire population of Pripyat after the Chernobyl accident was evacuated as soon as possible, now, looking at the surviving buildings of residential buildings, institutions, streets and parks, one can vividly imagine the events of more than thirty years ago.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
Is there any age restriction for attending ChEZ?
Visiting the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone is allowed only to people over 18 years old. This limitation is conditioned by a higher sensitivity of a growing human organism to possible radiation impact.
Isn't is harmful for health to come to Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant and its surroundings?
One or two day's visit is no more harmful and dangerous than a flight from London to Amsterdam. Or course, if you keep to the route your tour guide shows you and keeps to the safety instructions.
Do I have to buy a dosimeter?
No, you may rent one from your tour guide while boarding.
Can I enter still-standing building in Pripyat?
Due to safety regulations, it is not allowed to enter buildings except those your tour guide may suggest you to. The reason is not even the radiation but the unsafe condition of most buildings because of their being abandoned for more than 30 years.
Are there any restrictions for photographing?
In the close surroundings of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant the tourists are strongly urged to picture only the objects and direction the tour guide suggests and nothing more, because this is a restricted access location for reasons of national security.
Is it possible to come to ChEZ independently?
It requires a set of special permissions to enter the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone (actually it's rather an exploration visit than a sightseeing tour). Still, if you prefer to see everything on your own than to join a group we can suggest an individual tour and can definitely guarantee that our adventurers will see most of the places listed in the standard program, as well as many others.
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Comprehensive approach from tiderian.adventures gives you more than just an ordinary tour. Due to thorough selection of routes and location, based on personal experience and vision, the visit to ChEZ with tiderian.adventures promises unforgettable emotions.
To join a tour, please, fill in the form below, or call: +38 (095) 507-20-30
A specialist will call you back and answer your questions.
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