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Who says you can't see the world from Edmonton? Our Travel Gurus will guide you through your Virtually Reality Travel Experience in the comfort of our state-of-the-art VR station at Travel Gurus. Get ready to Try Before You Fly!
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We’ve tested and curated some of the best VR Travel Experiences from all over the world to bring to you in the safety and comfort of our office. Our Travel Gurus are your travel experts guiding you along this exclusive VR experience with advice and insight to make your next trip perfect before you book your trip.
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For a limited time, book your complimentary Virtual Reality Travel Experience by Travel Gurus. Simply use our booking form below to book your appointment. See the world on us! Please Note: This experience will be guided by one of our expert VR Travel Gurus in the comfort of our office. For a limited time only, there is no future travel deposit required.
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On April 26, 1986, the nuclear reactor in power unit 4 overheated, leading to an explosion of hydrogen, spreading fire and radioactive substances all around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant’s site. This is how the world’s largest industrial and environmental disaster in all history began. A vast stretch of land around the power plant had been polluted, including areas in Belarus, Ukraine, and Russia. The resulting radioactive cloud also traveled to other European countries. Just after the disaster, Polish authorities stopped giving milk to kids at schools and pre-schools, fearing that it might be contaminated. Until this day, scientists have been unable to determine and identify all consequences of the explosion. As a result of the disaster, ca. 350 thousand people were relocated from the area of Chernobyl and the city of Pripyat. They had to abandon their houses and workplaces in only several hours. Many people died due to diseases associated with radiation poisoning.