Chernobyl Museum entrance is 14 Ukrainian Hryvnia (UAH) and a guided tour 420 UAH per group (for 1-10 passengers).
Tour to Mezhygiria including transport, local guide and entrance fee from 840 UAH per person (minimum 4 passengers).
Tour to Pyrohiv Open Air Museum including transport, local guide and entrance fee 700 UAH per person.
Museum of the Great Patriotic War 50 UAH per person plus 315 UAH per museum guide.
Gastronomic tour including local guide, transport and master class 700 UAH per person (minimum 5 passengers, duration approximately 3 hours).
Odessa Catacombs including local guide 700 UAH per person (minimum 4 passengers, duration approximately 2.5 hours).
Number 411 Coastal Defence 700 UAH per person (minimum 4 passengers, duration approximately 3 hours).
Day trip to the Dniester National Park including 3-4 hour boat trip, local guide, transport and entrance fee 1,260 UAH per person (minimum 6 passengers).
Odessa markets tour including local guide and transport 935 UAH per person (duration approximately 6 hours).
Seventh Kilometre Market including local guide and transport 700 UAH per person (duration approximately 3-4 hours).
Shabo Winery tour including transport, tour and tasting 1,400 UAH per person (minimum 4 passengers, duration approximately 6 hours).
Privoz and Dacha Restaurant gastronomic tour including transport, local guide and master class 1,120 UAH per person (duration approximately 4 hours).
Brewing Museum including local guide 700 UAH per person (duration approximately 2 hours).
Chocolate Master Class including local guide 420 UAH per person (minimum 5 passengers, duration approximately 1.5 hours).
Lytschkiv Cemetery including local guide 420 UAH per person (minimum 5 passengers, duration approximately 2 hours).
Please note that in most museums in Ukraine there is an additional charge for taking photographs, so allow approximately an additional £10-15.00 for this.
July and August are the hottest months and lightweight cotton clothing is best. During spring and autumn temperatures can be lower or drop during the evenings and there is also a stronger possibility of rain, so pack layers. Light rainwear may be needed at any time of year. A warm fleece/jacket is recommended for cooler evenings.
All visitors to the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone must wear full length trousers (not shorts or skirts) and long-sleeve shirts/jackets and please avoid clothing with lots of zips or metal poppers. It's advisable to wash your clothes and to shower after your visit. We therefore recommend that you take old clothes that can be easily washed or even thrown away and a plastic bag to keep them separate from the rest of your clothing following the visit.
Women should bring a headscarf for religious site visits.
Luggage: On tour
One main piece of baggage and a day pack. Remember you are expected to carry your own luggage so don't overload yourself.
We advise taking a water bottle for our included walks, sun glasses, sunscreen and a sun hat are all essential.
Whilst in the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone we recommend carrying wet wipes and mosquito spray and please remember that you must keep your passport with you at all times, so you may find keeping it in a sealed plastic bag useful.
In case of emergency we also recommend that you carry a torch with spare batteries and sufficient medical supplies including a first aid kit and several days extra supply of any specific prescription medications that you require. You may find a head torch handy for on the overnight train journey.
At your discretion you might also consider tipping your Explore Leader in appreciation of the efficiency and service you receive.
Although entirely voluntary, tipping is a recognised part of life in this region of the world. Some local staff will look to members of the group for personal recognition of particular services provided. Accordingly please allow £25.00 for tipping.