On April, 6th, Belarus opened its part of Chernobyl Zone, and of course Stalker wanted to be one of the first who gonna visit it. To see the differences with Ukrainian one, feel the unique atmosphere (before the Zone was closed for 33 years!), and do some photos, here were our goals. Read More
On April 6, Belarus opened the Chernobyl zone for tourists. We did our research to get more information, and discovered, what was opened, how to book a tour, and how much it will cost.
On 26th April the world will remember the Chernobyl catastrophe that happened 33 years ago. Together with our friend Vladimir Litovchenko we will show you how the Zone lives today and in which condition it is. Enjoy! Read More
Somewhere in the depths of Dagestan, unreachable by any means of transport, a small village settled down. Many years ago here was a large Avar settlement, inaccessible to any enemies. Today there are only bare walls, and the beauty and the silence that echoes from the mountains around.
We felt just like in the film “Stalker” of Andrej Tarkovsky: an area to be reached and the surrounding environment that slowly wiped us out. A road impervious and sometimes not viable if not on foot, which gradually brought us to the end of our strength. Read More
Cambodia, National Park Bokor, top of the Mountain. I choke in the middle of the cold warmth of fog. I feel observed. Everywhere there are eyes, hiding behind the Rocky Mountain and awaiting… Read More
This summer, I traveled around almost whole Kazakhstan, and on my way now and then came across various abandoned cities. In the times of the USSR, the extraction of minerals was developing really fast, but after the collapse of the soviet union, nothing because of money remain and everything fell into decay… This is what happened with the city of Zhanatas, Kazakhstan, which we will visit today.
An entertainment town, a small Las Vegas in the Brianza Mountains, an eccentric count and a tragic event of the nature. These destinies are intertwined to create what is today Consonno, the ghost town. Read More
Finally, it’s time for our last article in the series about visiting Chernobyl exclusion zone. This time we will tell you how to get to the Zone illegally and absolutely free of charge.