Chernobyl is one of the most famous places of Ukraine in the world. Series of tragical events that followed the explosion of the 4th reactor of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant changed the course of human civilization and turned the lives of millions of people upside down. After Chernobyl disaster a danger of a world nuclear war became evident as ever, and a confrontation between two nuclear superpower countries finally stopped.
Chernobyl area is mysterious and amazing, abandoned by people, but rich in its history, technical monuments and unusual nature. Because of radiation contamination, large territories round the epicenter of disaster and the city of Pripyat’ were depopulated, thousands of habitants abandoned these places – and twice as much of people were sent to this area for a fight against radiation contamination and other consequences of explosion. The reminders of this war with radiation are really impressive. Deserted islets of civilization - towns, settlements, farms – make everyone think about short and unpredictable life.
Chernobyl tour reveals to people all the secrets of Chernobyl events and areas. You can see the object "Shelter" ("sarcophagus") over the 4th reactor of the nuclear power plant; take a photo in front of the monument "To people that rescued the world" - brave firemen of Chernobyl; visit the deserted "ghost city" Pripyat’ where all the things remained untouched after the disaster - furniture, window shades, books, musical instruments, children toys… The city of Pripyat' is similar to the mummy which has a body but no soul.
In Chernobyl area there are many various natural phenomena, for example, the so-called "Red forest" where all trees became red because of the radiation contamination, or catfish three meters long that live in cooling pond of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant.
Besides, during Chernobyl tour you can see and understand the insidious and invisible radiation, and, indeed, teach to win it with the help of experienced instructors. Seeing Chernobyl even once, you will look at the so-called "ordinary life" from a new angle. After Chernobyl tour many people begin to value the life and life of the near people more. And this is possibly the main sense of this tour.