Helicopter Tour to Chernobyl

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IMPORTANT!

- You must be 18+ to enter the Zone.
- Make sure to fill in your FULL NAME and FULL SURNAME into the registration form, just like written in your passport. Include all spaces, all capital letters, special symbols and figures if present.
- Make sure you fill in CORRECT passport number, Date of Birth, Name and Surname, Citizenship. Any mistakes will increase the time spent at the checkpoint entrance and may stop you from getting into the Exclusion Zone.
- Bring Your passport with You. This should be the passport You used to register for tour! You will not be allowed into the Zone without it.
- Long sleeves, long trousers and closed shoes are mandatory as a safety precaution.
- If You don't show up for tour without notifying us in advance, refund is not applicable.

Trip Overview

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Tour to Chernobyl on Helicopter


Highlights:

- All the most popular landmarks in Chernobyl and Pripyat

- Flight over the zone / car excursion around the zone

- Direct helicopter transfer from Kiev city center to The Chernobyl exclusion zone and back


Is this tour for me?

This Chernobyl Private tour on a helicopter is designed for people who value their time, hate missing anything interesting, and appreciate when inconveniences like bumpy roads or traffic jams are not spoiling their experience. A three-hours helicopter tour to the site of the world's worst nuclear accident in history, during which you are able to closely observe the ghost city Pripyat, fly over all of the most interesting locations and even see the nuclear power plant and the exploded reactor. An English-speaking guide, informed on the topic, will be ready to answer all related questions.

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Tour to Chernobyl on Helicopter


Highlights:

- All the most popular landmarks in Chernobyl and Pripyat

- Flight over the zone / car excursion around the zone

- Direct helicopter transfer from Kiev city center to The Chernobyl exclusion zone and back


Is this tour for me?

This Chernobyl Private tour on a helicopter is designed for people who value their time, hate missing anything interesting, and appreciate when inconveniences like bumpy roads or traffic jams are not spoiling their experience. A three-hours helicopter tour to the site of the world's worst nuclear accident in history, during which you are able to closely observe the ghost city Pripyat, fly over all of the most interesting locations and even see the nuclear power plant and the exploded reactor. An English-speaking guide, informed on the topic, will be ready to answer all related questions.


Helicopter flight over Chernobyl zone

A four-seat light Robinson 44 helicopter takes off from the center of Kiev, hence the tour starts and ends with the beautiful landscapes of Ukraine's capital. The flight to Chernobyl takes approximately 40 minutes. After arriving to the Exclusion zone you have an option to switch to the car and proceed the excursion on land, or continue exploring from the helicopter. Needless to mention, this decision has to be made in advance and it requires additional registration procedures and expenses for providing you with all the necessary permits and transportation. But regardless of the transportation you choose, you will have time to make several circles over the most wanted sights. You are going to visit still inhabitant Chernobyl town, which nowadays serves as an administration town for Chernobyl Zone, the gigantic Soviet radar “Duga”, built to spy on the USA and detect launchings of nuclear ballistic missiles, closed military town Chernobyl-2, Ferris wheel inside the amusement park, the ghost town Pripyat, and of course, the nuclear power plant. With your own eyes you will see all the infrastructure of Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant, and New Safe Confinement (sarcophagus) over the 4th Reactor.


Chernobyl tour description

Visiting Chernobyl is safe and no extra equipment is needed. And yes, we do have this radiation measuring device, you can try it yourself if you want. The agenda of the Chernobyl tour is created for your best convenience, however, if you feel like something should be changed or added, please, feel free to talk to the manager. Here's an example of an optional alternation: when passing by the Nuclear Power Plant, why not to drop by the control room that you've seen in the TV series and talk to the engineers about their first-hand experience. This will prolong the tour and increase the price but who are we to stand in the way of your dreams.

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