Come join us as we host one of our most adventurous tours of the year. We’ve specifically designed this tour to give you the best opportunity to not only explore the less-visited sights of the east coast but to also grant you a glimpse of everyday life in the DPRK. This tour will also cover the celebrations that’ll take place for their National Day that’ll include mass dancing and fireworks!
We’ll start the tour off in one of the most tenses places on Earth, the DMZ. Here we’ll meet our local military officer as he’ll show us the JSA and the division of North and South Korea. We’ll then be upgraded to a Colonel officer who’ll take us further inland to visit the Concreate Wall – this will give you a great glimpse at the wall which was erected by the South Koreans during the 70’s. We can even see South Korean watchtowers along the hill from the DPRK post
We’ll then return to Pyongyang to join in and spectate the celebrations taken place for National Day. We’ll be visiting the Korean War Museum, the Mausoleum where Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il lay in state, the Juche tower, Kim Il Sung Square, and much more. What makes this tour even more unique is we’ve arranged an incredibly unique opportunity to visit the entire Pyongyang Metro. We’ll explore 13 out of the 16 mysterious metro stations that are spread 100 metres underground the capital on both Line 1 and 2!
Now we move deeper into the unseen parts. We’ll make our way to Hamhung city, the second-largest city of the DPRK. Here we’ll explore the east coast’s largest fertilizer factory and some of the heritage sights surrounding the outskirts. During our visit to Hamhung, we’ll stay at the Majon resort with a gorgeous beach located at the foot of our own private villas.
Onwards we’ll drop down to Wonsan city, the most famous beach city of North Korea. Here we’ll be able to mingle with the locals on the beach, play beach sports, swim and try some of our favourite soft-serve ice cream in the country.
The Mass Games, the world’s largest performance with over 100,000 performers is expected to take place during this tour! Now is your chance to watch this grand spectacular performance. Tickets are on-top of tour cost and is paid in cash during your tour in Pyongyang. We highly recommend securing your spot on tour early as we expect spaces to fill up very quickly.
Ticket costs for Mass Games below:
|Ticket Class||Original Price (Per Person)|
|3rd Class||€100 / 800RMB|
|2nd Class||€300 / 2,300RMB|
|1st Class||€500 / 3800RMB|
|VIP||€800 / 6000RMB|
So come join us as we show you one of the most in-depth tours into the DPRK!
Friday 3rd September
Saturday 4th September
Sunday 5th September
Monday 6th September
Tuesday 7th September
Wednesday 8th September
Thursday 9th September – National Day!
Friday 10th September
Saturday 11th September
Sunday 12th September
• Twin share accommodation (single supplements are available for an extra 40 EUR per night).
• Train in and out Beijing-Pyongyang-Beijing. Flights are extra.
• All meals in the DPRK unless specified in the itinerary.
• Korean and western guides
• Air-conditioned bus and driver.
• All entrances (unless otherwise stated)
• Extra drinks and souvenirs
• Cost of visas
• Cost of Mass Games ticket
• Tips for Korean guides and the driver.
• Additional events not listed in the itinerary.
We have expert guides ready to help answer any questions you may have.