Chernobyl is a closed territory, which for decades remained a mystery for most people in Ukraine and abroad. Today, the Excusion Zone opens the veil of mystery for Ukrainian and foreign tourists, welcoming thousands of visitors a year. The explosion of the 4th unit of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant is the most terrible technogenic catastrophe in the history. Pripyat - an exemplary city of nuclear scientists was supposed to become a symbol of developed socialism, but remained in memory as a ghost town from a fantastic film. Since April 1986, 32 years have passed and the radiation situation on the territory of the Chernobyl zone has changed positively: the level of gamma radiation from the moment of erection of the "Sarcophagus" over the reactor, according to scientists, decreased by 5 times, and the radiation background became non-uniform; outside the 10 km zone, except for individual localized areas and objects, the dosimeter's readings have long returned to normal values; in the area of the reactor for tourists laid special routes for safe visits to the observation deck with a view of the mobile structure of the new "Arka" sarcophagus over the 4th reactor of the power unit; for 1 day of stay in Chernobyl, the tourist receives a dose of radiation corresponding to the hour of flight by plane and 160 times less than during the passage of fluorography. Visiting of sights in the Exclusion Zone takes place under the supervision of an experienced guide in strict accordance with pre-established routes. At the entrance to the 30 km zone, tourists are given a dosimeter (rent services are paid additionally), fixing the received radiation dose during the trip. Despite the safety of tourist trips to Chernobyl, entry is forbidden: children, pregnant women, persons under the age of 18. Do not recommend doctors excursions to people with cancer, hormonal diseases (diabetes, thyroid gland).