Passport control and boarding a comfortable bus. The price includes a transfer from your address within the city of Kiev
We leave Kiev in the direction of the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone and the zone of unconditional (mandatory) resettlement The journey from Kiev to the Dityatki checkpoint, a checkpoint of the 30-kilometer ChEZ, takes about two hours. In order not to be bored on the road, we suggest you watch specially prepared video materials on the 1986 Chernobyl disaster. A stop at the gas station is planned on the road. You will have the opportunity to drink tea, coffee, a snack, go to the WC..
On the road we pass the river Uzh, the abandoned villages of Cherevach and Zalesye.
You will see that Chernobyl is an ordinary provincial Ukrainian city. Only he froze in 1986. Now the station employees and other workers of the Chernobyl zone live here. Being in Chernobyl for the first time, it is difficult to believe that this city is somehow connected with the 1986 disaster.
Entrance to the 10-kilometer zone.
Visit to a kindergarten, one of the surviving buildings after the burial of the entire village. Kopachi located in a four kilometers from the Nuclear Power Plant. Industrial site of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant:
You will see a new shelter object at a distance of 300 meters.
– Red Forest; – The stele “Pripyat” at the entrance to the city; – Bridge of death; – Stop on the central square of the city, walking; – Palace of Culture “Energetik”, hotel “Polesie” (observation post); – Store; – Amusement park; – Ferris wheel (the start of the wheel was scheduled for May 1, 1986, but ….); – City Executive Committee. Subsequently, the building became the headquarters for the liquidation of the consequences of the disaster; – Cinema “Prometheus”; – The river pier of the city, a flooded pier; – Kindergarten and school; You will take a lot of photos, get unforgettable impressions and unique emotions!
Over-the-horizon Radar Station “DUGA-1” is one of the most famous objects of the former USSR. The arc was designed to alert about threats from the air (launch of intercontinental ballistic missiles). The signal transmitted by the station was reminiscent of a woodpecker knock. That is why it was also called “Russian Woodpecker.”
The excursion program can be changed depending on the length of daylight hours, weather conditions, your wishes, and as directed by the administration of the ChEZ.