The trips to the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone leave an unforgettable impression on the visitors of these places. The opportunity to see first-hand the extraordinary post-apocalyptic world of the territory abandoned by man due to the massive technological disaster doesn’t leave anyone indifferent. Each trip to the Zone is a kind of unusual adventure you will remember for a lifetime. The connection with a bygone era, the USSR open-air museum, the monument of the world’s largest man-made disaster, visualization of the stalker’s creativity, the post-apocalyptic aesthetics of the abandoned city, the reflection of grief and pain – these are just a few examples of attributes and associations of the modern Zone of Alienation. Traveling to these places has become a real cult classic among extreme tourism lovers. Every year tens of thousands “nuclear tourists” visit the Exclusion Zone and none of them are disappointed in the quality of these trips. Concrete landscapes of the abandoned Pripyat city, the iron cobwebs of the “Duga” radar, the secrets of abandoned villages and dramatic view of the Chernobyl NPP are amazing on their own, but the experience in the Zone depends heavily on the official escort that will make your trip more impressive and unforgettable. The presence of an official travel companion is an obligatory requirement, regulated by the order of the Exclusion Zone visiting. The official escort is responsible for the safety of the group, provides necessary information about the current state of the Exclusion Zone and the radiation situation in these areas. In addition, the official attendant is a kind of travel moderator. Success of the tour is part of his/her job. A good escort is, first of all, the guide who will make you come back to see more, learn more, and feel the atmosphere of such a unique place as the Chernobyl Zone. And we are really proud that many visitors of the Zone who have traveled with us are coming back once again to enjoy the energy and culture of the modern Chernobyl Exclusion Zone. At the moment on our project there are 5 official guides: Yuriy Tatarchuk, Anton Yuhimenko, Katerina Kotelnikova, Elisabeth Taivas and Yan Chuev.