North Korea Tours
Are you ready to travel to North Korea? Below is our highly anticipated North Korea tour schedule. Our North Korea group tours are accompanied by a western YPT guide and to encourage friendships and good times we cap our tour groups at a maximum of 24 people. Once we hit 25 we divide our tours into 2 different groups with their own vehicle, local North Korean guides and western YPT guides. As we like to say, “we do group tours for people who hate group tours”. All tours unless otherwise stated originate and end in Beijing. All tour prices include entry and exit into North Korea by train, with optional flight upgrades. YPT charges an additional cost price fee of €50 to process your DPRK visa in Beijing or Dandong. Every facet of the visa process is taken care of by YPT. For more information head to our FAQ Page.
Our classic tours will have you visiting the must-see sights of Pyongyang as well as a visit down to the DMZ where North and South Korea are divided.
The Mass Games is the world’s largest performance as approved by the Guinness Book of Records with over 100,000 individual performers participating in a synchronized dance or gymnastics act held in May Day stadium, which is also the world’s largest sta …
The cheapest possible way to visit North Korea – ever! By making use of traveling from Dandong, the Chinese border city to the DPRK (easily reachable from China), we can offer an unbeatable price that has you in the country for two nights and three days, inclusive of one full day of seeing all the main sites of Pyongyang and hitting the town on both nights of the trip.
Partake in either the 5km, 10km, 20km or the full marathon that’ll take you through the streets of Pyongyang, the North Korean capital! This incredible event is open to all amateur runners. A very surreal experience that’ll leave you with unforgettable memories of a run of a lifetime, join us as 100,000 locals cheer you on! The opening and closing ceremonies are also not to be missed.
Our Rason and North East tours are famous for being tours that take you well off the beaten track in an already sparsely visited country. Whilst Pyongyang and other southern regions are popular amongst tourists traveling to the DPRK, our tours to Rason and the North East give you a closer look, directly into the rural life of North Koreans and North Korea’s only Special Economy Zone.
We can provide exciting new angles for your North Korea travel adventure. We believe that one of the best ways to get involved and to learn more about a country is to specifically focus on one unique aspect of the country’s culture and tradition – whether it’s something very rarely seen, done or performed in the DPRK, or not! We have the tools to make your adventure happen.