Experience the DPRK's May Day celebrations like a local! Join in the festivities with the opportunity not only to witness but also actively participate in traditional Korean games and sports at Taesongsan Park! Dance, sing, and immerse yourself in various street parties that are an integral part of this spring holiday.
Explore the enigmatic North Korean capital, Pyongyang, and its most famous landmarks.
Take a trip to the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ), a heavily fortified strip of land that has separated North and South Korea for over 70 years. Discover Kaesong, the ancient capital of Korea, which miraculously survived the Korean War, unlike many other DPRK cities.
On your way back from Kaesong, take a stroll on Folk Custom Street in the charming city of Sariwon, which serves as the gateway to southern Pyongyang. In the vicinity of Sariwon, delve into the tragic history of the Korean War at the seldom-visited Sinchon Museum of American Crimes.
During this tour, you will also have the optional opportunity to embark on the PYONGYANG AIR CITY TOUR - a 40-minute flight aboard an Air Koryo Mi-17 helicopter. This exceptional experience provides a unique bird's-eye perspective of Pyongyang, granting you numerous outstanding photo opportunities. If you wish to include this option in your itinerary, kindly inform us when booking your tour.
**TRAVEL TO THE DPRK VIA CHINA (Beijing, Dandong)
A Chinese visa is required for most nationalities but VISA EXEMPTION can be granted for flight passengers transiting through Beijing on the way to/from Korea.
**TRAVEL TO THE DPRK VIA RUSSIA (Vladivostok)
A Russian visa is required for most nationalities, but thanks to the introduction of electronic visas, it is now very easy to apply for and obtain the Russian visa ENTIRELY ONLINE.
Tour prices for different transport options: