• Victory Day Short Tour 24 – 29/07/2014

    Duration: 06 Days 05 Nights - Price $1850

    Take an extraordinary journey into DPRK North Korea during this 61st anniversary of the end of the Korean War and have a different perspective of this important but “forgotten”...

  • DPRK Discovery 01 – 08/06/2014

    Duration: 08 Days 07 Nights - Price $2100

    As a relative newcomer to adventure travel, exploring the mysterious North Korea (also known as DPRK) often feels like setting foot on a foreign, untouched...

  • DPRK Train Tour 03 – 10/05/2014

    Duration: 08 Days 07 Nights - Price $2100

    Get a deep insight into DPRK on private train could be an experience of...


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North Korea Destinations

Most travelers visit North Korea (DPRK) will commence their trips in Pyongyang, the administrative capital of the country as well as the biggest city. There is another possibility to enter the country that is from China or Russia. If you take this way, you will cross at the Yanji (China) – Vladivostok (Russia) border. This route would take you through via Rason.

Despite that there is a variety of different ways to travel DPRK, most first time visitors are likely to make a bee-line when choosing the Kaesong DMZ zone on the way pass by Haeju to understand better about the past as the next destination after Pyongyang, followed by a day trip to Myohyang which entirely deserves your time. After this attraction, we recommend a trip to the fascinating coastal of Nampo and Kuwol.

We fulfill all the expectation of those with more time, with more extensive travels. Perhaps you will like some trekking in Chilbo or visiting the remote city of Chongjin. For those who are seeking some different experiences can charter a flight trip to Mount Paektu. Besides, Wonsan, Kumgang and Hamhung with a wide array of islands and beach will be a perfect venue for ones adoring the beach activities.


Mount Myohyang is one of the six most famous mountains of North Korea, with nearly 2000m altitude. The mount is second highest to Mount Paektu. In the language of the local people, Mount Myohyang means “the mountain of mysterious scents”, deeply associated with the Dangun myth. The mount reveals its fantatic and breaktaking seasonal views. Come to the site, you will have chance to visit the most famous icons such as International Friendship Exhibition where gifts presented to President Kim Il Sung and General Kim Jong Il are on display and the 1000-year Buddhist Pohyon Temple. Pohyon Temple Mount Myohyang International Friendship...

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Mt. Chilbo is situated some 65km southwest of Kyongsong. Though wonders have been approved, they were secluded by its difficult accessibility. Nowadays the area has built as a famous recreation spot. The area can be reached by train, by coach or by boat. Airplane transport is being constructed. This area is renowned for recreation and treatment tours. While Chongjin offers city sightseeing, Kyongsong and Mt. Chilbo provide variety of tours with trekking, spa baths and sea baths. Inner Chilbo Outer Chilbo Sea Chilbo Kaesim Temple Revolutionary Museum Onpho Spa Kyongsong   AROUND CHILBO: Mount Paektu Rason Chongjin Hamhung   WHERE TO STAY: – Chilbo Homestay Village (3*) – Outer Chilbo Hotel (3*) HOW TO GET TO CHILBO By...

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Pyongyang is the capital of the North Korea (DPRK). The city is formed by 18 administrative districts, housing over two million people. This is the oldest city of the entire Korean Peninsula. The name Pyongyang can be translated into “flat land” or “soulful environment” in North Korean language. A legend says that the city was established in 2333 BC by Dangun Wanggeom who is the mythological founder of the state of Korea. The written history begins in 108 BC with the establishment of a Chinese commercial colony in the vicinity of the city. In 427, Pyongyang became the capital...

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Mount Paektu

The DPRK’s 2,750m sacred Mount Paektu is the highest mountain on the Korean Peninsula and in Northeastern China, located in the far north of the country. The mountain is crowned with white snow all year round, hence the name. The mountaintop is celebrated for the panoramic view of Lake Chon, situated at the highest point in the world as a volcanic lake. It is highlighted by the sunrise, an unrivaled ecstasy to be found. It is the best mountain among the six celebrated mountains of Korea with magnificent 216 peaks, mysterious climate, alpine faunal and floral resources. It is...

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Mount Kuwol is another of North Korea’s 6 celebrated mountains, located in South Hwanghae. The mountain takes its name from the ninth month of the lunar calendar, because it is considered particularly attractive in that month. It is a major summer resort in North Korea, attracting many domestic tourists. The mountain range covers an area of 110 kilometres and rises 943 metres high. Only 100 kilometres from Pyongyang, it is often combined with a visit to Nampo, Sinchon or Sariwon, from where it can be visited en route to Kaesong, or alternatively you can return to Pyongyang within the day. Mount...

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Panmunjom in Kaesong DMZ, is an abandoned village located in Gyeonggi Province, on the de facto border between North and South Korea, where the 1953 Korean Armistice Agreement that ceased the war on the Korean Peninsula was signed. The building where the armistice was signed still available today, although it stands north of the famous Military Demarcation Line, which runs through the middle of the Korean DMZ. The name Panmunjom is usually used as a metonym for the nearby Joint Security Area, where discussions between Pyongyang and Seoul still take place in neutral blue buildings that straddle the Military Demarcation...

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Wonsan is an attractive port city located in the Kangwon Province of North Korea, 200 kilometres from Pyongyang, on the Eastern coast, with a population of around 300,000 inhabitants. From Pyongyang, Wonsan can be reached within 3 to 4 hours. Being on the coast, one can enjoy fresh shellfish as well as bathing in the clear waters. The Japanese army opened the port when they managed to occupy it in 1880. Before the Korean War, it was located in a province so called South Hamgyong. There are some North Korean celebrities including Kim Ki Nam, Diplomat and Secretary of the...

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Rason is a North Korean city and ice-free port in the Sea of Japan (East Sea of Korea) in the North Pacific Ocean on the northeast tip of North Korea. It is in the Kwanbuk region and location of the Rason Special Economic Zone. In South Korean pronunciation, the initial “R” of the name is pronounced as “N” as per standard Korean phonology. In 2000 the name was shortened from “Rajin-Sonbong” to “Rason”. During the 1930s, the Japanese called it Rashin; it was an important port at the end of a railroad line. Before 1991, Rason was used by the Soviet...

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Located 100 km south of Wonsan, standing at some 1,700 metres high, covering 40 kilometres from East to West and 60 kilometres from North to South, Kumgang is one of the most scenic areas of the Korean Peninsula with wonderful scenic spots, valleys, waterfalls, coastline and historic sites, some of which are best enjoyed explored by hiking, whilst taking in the fresh mountain air. The area is also rich in flora and fauna with about 130 species of birds, 9 species of reptiles, 10 species of amphibians and 30 species of fishes, more than 2350 species of plants growing around...

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Haeju city is capital of South Hwanghae province, southwestern North Korea. Situated on Haeju Bay, facing the Yellow Sea, it is the only port on the west coast of North Korea that does not freeze over in winter. Haeju played the key role as the hub for trade with China until the Kyongui railline, constructed in 1906 from Seoul to Sinuiju, on the border with Manchuria (northeastern China), bypassed it. With the Chaeryong plain (a granary area) nearby and Yonpyong Island (a fishing ground for yellow corbina) facing the city, Haeju has developed as a market centre for agricultural...

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Nampo is an important port city, a ship building centre and an industrial base which lies 50 km south of capital city of Pyongyang, DPRK, to which it is connected via the Hero Youth Highway, at the mouth of the Taedong River. Previously, Nampo was a small fishing village, but then became a port for foreign trade in 1897, before developing into a modern port in 1945 after World War II. With the continuously rapid state investment increase, the city is one of the country’s largest industrial hubs. The city houses some industrial facilities such as: Nampo Smelter Complex, the...

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Hamhung is the second largest city of the DPRK, with a population of around 770,000 people. It is located around 115 kilometres north of Wonsan, and can be reached after a 3 hour drive. Hamhung is also an industrial town with large scale heavy industry, chemicals and textile production. Hungnam Fertiliser Complex Hamhung Grand Theatre Majon Beach Ryangchon Temple Kim Il Sung Statue Home of Ri Song Gye Kuchon Pavilion Hamhung History Museum Sonhwa Hall Palchon Pavilion Tongmyong Cooperative Farm   AROUND HAMHUNG: Kumgang Myohyang Kaesong DMZ Wonsan   WHERE TO STAY: – Majon Deluxe Hotel (5*) – Majon Beachfront Hotel...

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Chongjin is the capital of North Korea’s North Hamgyong Province and the country’s third largest city. It is sometimes called the City of Iron. There are several state-run higher educational facilities located here such as Chongjin University of Technology, Chongjin Mine University, Chongjin University of Education, Chongjin University of Agriculture, Chongjin University of Medicine and Chongjin University of Light Industry, plus an aquatic product research centre. We can find in Chongjin the Kim Jong Suk Teacher’s College, which was named after Kim Jong-il’s mother. Famous scenic sites include hot springs and Mt. Chilbo. It has a zoo with no animals in...

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