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Will the Kim-Trump summit in Singapore make it safer to travel to North Korea?

With the recent summit in Singapore taking place between Chairman Kim Jong Un and President Donald Trump, people are now wondering if it’s safer now to travel to North Korea than before.

Despite what you may hear, for most nationalities, North Korea is probably one of the safest places on Earth to visit provided you follow the laws as provided by our documentation and pre-tour briefings.

Tourism is very welcomed in North Korea.

North Korean’s are friendly and accommodating if you let them into your world and avoid insulting their beliefs or ideology.

Even during tense political moments tourism to the DPRK is never affected.

However, it is important to note that they have what amount to extremely strict lèse-majesté laws (our pre-tour travel agreement which all tourists must sign before a tour cover these in greater details) and in the event you should contravene those laws the consequences can be severe.

We hope that this new friendship between the United States and the DPRK improves for the better wellbeing of tourists and the North Korean locals.

For more information regarding travelling to North Korea feel free to email us at or visit our website.

Don’t miss out on this year’s return of the Mass Games event happening on the 9th of September.

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