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I visited the reactor site as part of an organised trip to the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone - the only way you can visit as a tourist.
The experience was brought to life by our superb guide who told the story and informed you of everything...More
This was definitely one of the best experiences while travelling in Ukraine, to have watched the 5 part mini series on HBO and then to come to this place to see it in person is life-changing. I was surprised we could get so close but...More
One must admire all the work various countries did together to confine the reactor 4 after everyone finally saw what the aftermath of the Chernobyl disaster could be. This massive shelter really gave me shivers, and I only stood some 200-300 meters away. We're only...More
Seeing is believing, must see the massiveness of the reactor and its cover. its compulsory to wear fully covered cloths whilst this area. Cannot go near the fence for a sake of higher radiation. a photo show how the reactor looked after destruction and present...More
Truly a remarkable experience. I’m not sure what I was expecting to see beforehand, but this place is wild to see. On the journey in you pass through the buffer zone prior to getting to the exclusion zones. You immediately get a sense of how...More
Visiting the site of the world's worst nuclear disaster is an incredible experience.
Expect very tight security and inappropriate nuclear safety protocols.
The vast scale of the reactor buildings and the monumental efforts made by those involved to reduce the impact of the accident are...More