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Is it safe to visit Chernobyl? Yes, if you follow these rules

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  • Is it safe to visit Chernobyl? Yes, if you follow these rules

    Walking through the old hospital in Pripyat, the abandoned town just outside of Chernobyl, sun floods in through shattered windowpanes, illuminating a lopsided operating table and vials scattered across the floor. Our guide on the Chernobyl day tour reminds the group to avoid touching anything.

    An area hit by the world’s worst nuclear accident may seem like an unlikely tourism hot spot, but the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone has become one of the world's most visited dark tourism destinations in recent years. The number of visitors had been increasing steadily and reached record levels following HBO’s "Chernobyl" series.

    But is it safe to visit Chernobyl? Experts advise it’s perfectly fine to visit the site of the 1986 nuclear accident if you take simple precautions to ensure personal safety. In addition, tour operators stress that it’s just as important for visitors to follow guidelines meant to protect the Exclusion Zone from people and to remember that it’s a somber site where first responders lost their lives. Here’s how to visit, and do so respectfully.

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    I would say traveling to chernobyl is totally safe because this is one of the best holiday trip destination where people love to travel and get the natural experience of traveling.Anyone can get the complete informaion on the https://chernobyl-story-tours.com site where people are getting the detailed information about this beutiful place.

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