Tourists will be able to visit the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant Zone of Alienation on the Belarussian territory, which is to be allowed for organized group visits — reports sb.by.
The Head of the Polesie State Radioecological Reserve Maxim Kudin said that tours would be laid up the way that minimizes the impact of radiation on the human body. According to Mr. Kudin, a tourist will receive a radiation dose lesser than that got while being on board a plane.
“Two tourist routes have been developed and the radiation doses that can be presumably got during the visit have been calculated”, assured Mr.Kudin.
About 95 evacuated villages are situated in the area and are indeed a very interesting subject to explore.
The price for the excursion to the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone for a group of 5 people will approximately be USD 160.