Belarus Chernobyl Exclusion Zone open for Tourists

Belarus Chernobyl Exclusion Zone open for Tourists

There are few places left in the world where no man has ever set foot. The Chernobyl nuclear power plant opened several areas with restricted access for tourists in Belarus to explore.

The heart of the largest man-made disaster, like a magnet, attracts thrill seekers from around the world. The dead lands of Belarus are now open to the public and ready to reveal their secrets.

What one will see in the world where nature took its toll and how much does the unique experience cost? A trip to wild places with no soul around is about 15km deep into the forest.

Victory Day in Belarus tour

The 20th century brought upon Belarus some of the harshest ordeals one can think of. Human technology showed this small but great nation how destructive it can be.
Practically eradicated from the map on 2nd World War – or the Great Patriotic War, as named to the East – Belarus knew, like a Phoenix, how to rise from the ashes and rebuilt itself.