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Young Pioneer Tours specialise in taking you to North Korea and other worldwide “destinations your mother would rather you stay away from” at budget prices. We combine the best guides in the industry with expert local knowledge and contacts to ensure your adventure is an unparalleled one. Don’t be a face in the crowd; be a Pioneer.

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  • €495

Mass Games Ultra Budget Tour

The cheapest way to see Pyongyang and to watch the Mass Games!

  • Start Date : September 13th 2018
    End Date : September 15th 2018
  • Duration: 2 nights, 3 days
  • Train option: either way between Dandong and Beijing
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  • €1595 - €2395

Moscow to Pyongyang By Train Tour

Travel with us as we ride on the longest train journey in the world!

  • Start Date : September 24th 2018
    End Date : 9th October 2018
  • Duration: 14 nights / 15 days
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  • €895

Palawan Island Hopping Tour

YPT doesn’t normally do beaches, but then we saw these beaches!

  • Start Date : September 29th 2018
    End Date : October 8th 2018
  • Duration: 10 days, 11 days
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Pyongyang International Film Festival Tour with Mass Games


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Flying Air China to Pyongyang, North Korea

I’ve recently embarked on a recent return flight from Beijing to Pyongyang with Air China. I’ve flown Air Koryo – North Korea’s nat …

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The 5 least visited countries in Asia – and how to visit

So we’ve done the 10 least visited countries in the world, and of course how to visit them; Hell, we even planned a tour around it …

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