Chernobyl Zone to close for two months

Chernobyl Zone to close for two months

Updated information about this closure is now available here.

It has been announced that the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone will close from 19 February 2022 until further notice, expected to be around 8 weeks.

This is due to the State Agency that manages the Exclusion Zone giving warning that no applications will be accepted and no permits will be issued due to “technical reasons”.

This does not have any impact on Kyiv Tours.

At the moment, details are still emerging about this – any further updates will be shared as they are received by us.

If you have a tour booked, we will be contacting you to discuss options. Those with tours booked soonest will be contacted first.

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Since you’re here…

Contamination Zone is a group of people who are united by our love for the Chernobyl Zone. We are a non-profit organisation and every year we raise thousands of euros for good causes in the Chernobyl Zone, such as firefighting equipment, monument restoration, animal welfare and more.

If you are planning or thinking about a trip to the zone, please check out our trips to Ukraine in 2023 and if you still have unanswered questions, feel free to get in touch!

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