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Tours To Chernobyl Zone - What Do You Need To Know

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The Chernobyl disaster took place more than 30 years ago, but it is still not forgotten. This is mainly because of the fact that hectic after-effects of the catastrophe are still reported today and even the experts are unable to predict what might happen in ten or even twenty years.
The word “Chernobyl” has acquired symbolic meaning not just for the residents of Ukraine, but also for people living in different countries of the world. Regardless of these facts, more and more people are interested in touching the history and want to see the 30 km Chernobyl zone with their own eyes. With that purpose in mind, they opt for tours to Chernobyl zone, where the experienced guides are available to show the major parts of the area and the so called “ghost town” of Pripyat, which has not changed at all since 1986. A tour to the Chernobyl zone will be incomplete without a Pripyat tour.

The representatives of the reputable travelling agencies, which organize Chernobyl tours, claim that there are no risks associated with visiting this particular place. And it is actually so, if you choose a reliable and reputable agency. As per the reports of several experts, the radiation levels in the excursion zone are pretty much the same as those observed in Kiev and other European cities. The only factor that cannot be ignored is the fact that some locations in the excursion zone still have radiation levels that exceed the norms. That is why it is not advisable to visit the area independently. The professional guides that work for different travelling agencies know the area that should be avoided and provide safer routes that do not pose any danger to the tourists.

Another important aspect that should be considered is the fact that the government of Ukraine has officially allowed tours to the Chernobyl zone, but special permission is still required to reach the area. There are also strict rules that have to be followed, in order to make the trip to the excursion zone safe and intriguing. Only professional and licensed tour operators are allowed to enter the area and organize excursions there. They are fully aware of the threats and other important aspects that you may not know when visiting the zone independently.

In addition to that, the representatives of the tour agencies that organize tours to Chernobyl zone regularly evaluate the areas they visit and carry out the mandatory radiation measurements, in order to ensure maximum safety of the tourists. So, if you have decided to make a trip to the Chernobyl zone, you can always ask about the current radiation levels in the zone and the potential exposure to radiation for those who visit the area. The representatives will be able to give you all the information you may need to ensure that your visit to the Chernobyl zone will be remarkable and thrilling.
Thus, if you are planning a Pripyat tour or Chernobyl tour then you should choose a reputable tour agency. This will help you enjoy a great trip.

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