chernobyl sarcophagus

Chernobyl sarcophagus

Important information for those who are attending a tour to Chernobyl Exclusion zone in the period from November 12th to November 29th, 2016. Due to the preparation works for the final enclosure of the old sarcophagus over the reactor #4 of the Chernobyl NPP with a new safe confinement and because of the government held events, which will be attended by the leaders of Ukraine and other official delegations,... Read more

Ukrainian visa for Australian and New Zealand

Important information for Australian and New Zealand passport holders! Check your bags may be you can find any EU country passport there (US, Canada, Japan, Ireland, Iceland etc- will work too). If not then you need a visa! YES you can obtain Ukrainian visa in KBP airport. BUT – only at KBP (not in Zhuliany IEV – visa service is not available there). Consular section at KBP works from... Read more

Top Gear show in Chernobyl

To shoot the Top Gear show in Chernobyl on November 26, 2013 BBC dealt with Lupin Travel in the UK (trip arrangement) and SoloEast Travel in Ukrane (permits and guides). Since many tourists ask how it was, we inform you that it was almost a rutine trip for some of our staff who doesn’t know much about TG. The crew wasn’t just three celebs who we hope liked the... Read more

You won’t believe radiation on an airplane vs Chernobyl – all flight attendance must watch.

We did a research that proves that a trip to Chernobyl is safer then a flight from Ukraine (where Chernobyl is located) to North America. Some basic facts: The normal level of radiation is anywhere between 0.09 -0.30 micro Sieverts an hour. It can’t be 0 – this is the fact. Anything above 0.30 micro Sieverts is called – low, medium and high level of radiation. Radiation can be... Read more