Weekend in the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone.

A great option for fans to spend their weekend outside the box or just for those who want to learn more about the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone, admire the beauties of the Polesie region on the left bank of the Pripyat River and visit more interesting places.

Spend a night in Chernobyl in a comfortable hotel or hostel, dine in the 19th Chernobyl canteen. In this dining room from the times of the Soviet Union, in which employees of the power plant were fed before and after the accident. And you can spend the evening at the hotel bar in the company of workers in the Exclusion Zone, listen to interesting stories and tales.

The program for a two-day stay in the Chernobyl Zone may be amended depending on weather conditions or at the request of the group.

A study visit to the Chernobyl nuclear power plant may also be included (paid separately and booked at least two weeks in advance)

  • Day 01
  • Day 02
  • Dytyatky checkpoint, an official entrance to the Exclusion zone;
  • the village of Zalissya with abandoned houses and barns;
  • a bypass road to the NPP around the town of Chernobyl, built a month after the accident to facilitate the traffic of military vehicles;
  • the best angle to see Duga (Russian Woodpecker) – a secret over-the-horizon radio locative station;
  • an almost fully buried village of Kopachi with a remaining kindergarten;
  • a concrete-reloading unit, essential for the Sarcophagus erection in 1986;
  • a decontaminated Red Forest at place of the first and worst radioactive fall-out;
  • the town of Pripyat populated by 50 thousand people before the evacuation;
  • the hospital receiving the firefighters and NPP workers, badly affected by the accident;
  • a river port and the most prestigious Pripyat café at the embankment;
  • a town hall – the first headquarters for mitigation of the accident consequences;
  • Polissya hotel, a correction point for helicopters dropping lead bags over the 4th reactor ruins;
  • Energetic Palace of culture, the main recreational site for the Prypyat youth;
  • Ferris wheel in the amusement park which was never opened;
  • a fire station, the crew were the second to extinguish fire at the NPP at night of the disaster on April 26, 1986;
  • Chernobyl NPP;
  • the Sarcophagus and the New Safe Confinement ("Arch") – an observation point at a 300 m distance and/or pavilion visit;
  • a fire station at the NPP, the crew arrived the first to extinguish fire at the NPP after explosion, memorial "Life for Life” in front of the administrative building,
    there used to be an enormous parking lot in 1986: thousands of people arrived there daily for NPP decontamination, the Sarcophagus construction, etc.;
  • a NPP cooling pond (feeding giant catfish – depending on the season);
  • the town of Chernobyl;
  • a helicopter pad;
  • a former parking lot for armored vehicles of radiation reconnaissance;
  • an open-air exhibition of transport vehicles and robots used in 1986-clean up activities;
  • a river port with abandoned radioactive ships and steamers at Pripyat riverbank;
  • Memorial "Wormwood Star”;
  • check-in the state hotel;
  • ecologically-clean dinner (vegetarian meal available upon request).
  • breakfast in Chernobyl-town (vegetarian meal available upon request);
  • the world’s best memorial "To Those who Saved the World’ to the first victims of the accident, flower-laying ceremony;
  • an amateur zoo at Chernobyl firestation backyard: wild and domestic animals;
  • a motor-tractor station in 10-km Zone with lots of radioactive vehicles including tractors, trucks and obstacle-removing military tanks;
  • Giant radar antenna "DUGA-1" (Russian Woodpecker), secret town of Chernobyl-2 which provided the efficiency of antennas and horizon tracking of the launching of ballistic missiles;
  • Fish and rodent scientific experimental base;
  • Pripyat river left bank, acquaintance with nature of the river flood plain;
  • cooling towers of the Chernobyl NPP 3rd stage;
  • Yaniv railway station: rusty passanger wagons and locomotives in 1 km from Pripyat-town;
  • Pripyat-town: in-depth program;
  • Paryshiv village, meeting with selfsettlers-samosely;
  • dinner in a state canteen in Chernobyl-town (vegetarian meal available upon request).
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