Why should you choose Koryo Tours?
Choosing to travel to unusual destinations such as North Korea is a big decision, and choosing the right people to take you is an incredibly important part of that. Learn about how we facilitate tourism responsibly in some of the most interesting and unique destinations on our planet, and at the same time ensure you get the most out of your once-in-a-lifetime experience.View the video
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The Yanggakdo Hotel in Pyongyang has undergone a facelift.Read full story
Incredible news being reported this morning! a great honour for the DPRK's pop sirensRead full story
Five Reasons You Should Visit Bangladesh.Read full story
On the hundredth anniversary of the 1919 protests against Japanese colonial ruleRead full story
Some frequently asked existential question about Pyongyang’s famous subway system.Read full story
What visitors have been saying about Koryo Tours’ North Korean (DPRK) graphic design show in Seoul.Read full story
The national airline of the DPRK has substantially raised ticket prices for all flights to North Korea over specific dates in 2019. This is the second price rise in recent months.Read full story
What makes the Shanghai to Pyongyang Marathon Tour so unique? Places are filling up fast - don’t miss out on getting a place on this exclusive North Korea tour.Read full story
Running into a stadium of over 50,000 people all cheering you on? This is the Pyongyang Marathon. The closest thing you’ll (probably) ever get to participating in the Olympic Games.Read full story
The Dushanbe international half-marathon takes place annually in the Tajik capital city of Dushanbe. This year (2019) it is celebrating the 10th anniversary of City Day!Read full story
Koryo Tours co-curated 'Made in North Korea' arrives to South KoreaRead full story
New Year for many is the 31st of December and marks moving into the new Gregorian calendar year. This year, it’s 2019 to 2020. But, have you ever considered that there are several other different New Year’s around the world. The Nowruz Persian New Year is probably not a New Year like you know it.Read full story