On May 14, the day after the festival closing, you can join the tour to Chornobyl. Participants will visit the legendary “Duga” and “Shelter” objects, dine in the Nuclear Power Plant dining room, feed local catfish and the most interesting — walk in Pripyat along the author’s route by Oleksandr Sirota, a former local resident who was evacuated from there where he was a child. The trip starts from Slavutych, and finishes in Kyiv.
07:40 — leaving Slavytuch by train.
08:40 — passport control at the «Semykhody» checkpoint.
09:00 — enjoying the views from the “Ukryttia” (“Shelter”) facility’s viewing platform.
09:40 — catfish feeding near the Chornobyl power plant’s administrative building.
10:00 — Prypiat city tour by Oleksandr Syrota, an ex-resident, evacuated from Prypiat when he was a child.
13:00 — lunch at the power plant’s canteen (please note: the lunch cost in not included in the tour fee; average cost is 90 UAH).
15:00 — visiting the “Duha” complex (Chornobyl-2).
16:00 — visiting Chornobyl itself.
17:30 — passport control at the «Dytiatky» checkpoint, departure for Kyiv by bus.
In order for exclusion zone passes to be ready in time, the tour has to be booked before April, 23rd. Please pay attention to correctly fill in your personal data (name, passport number, citizenship).
The tour is available to adults only. A valid passport will have to be on you at all times during the tour, no photocopies are accepted.
It is required that all participants of the tour wear long-sleeved clothes and closed footwear.
Please note that the bus heads for Kyiv following the tour and will not make a stop at Slavutych. We kindly ask you to make sure you take your personal belongings with you (they may be left in the bus during the tour).
It is recommended that visitors take bottled potable water.
The tour is available in Russian and English.
Price for Ukrainian citizens: 1200 UAH
Price for non-Ukrainian citizens: 2800 UAH