DPRK (North Korea) Tours

If you have read some of our travelers tales and testimonies you will see what an amazing experience a trip to DPRK with us is. Here are some answers to questions you might have.

Is it possible to visit North Korea?

Is it safe to travel to the DPRK? I have seen stories in the news about tourists getting detained in North Korea - is there a chance this will happen to me?

Will I be spied on/will the guides try and brainwash me?

Will visiting North Korea affect me travelling to other countries in the future?

I have a South Korean stamp in my passport - will this cause a problem?

What are the hotels like?

What about the food?

Which airlines do you use and can I take a train in/out of the country?

Will there be a military parade?

What exactly are the mass games?

What happens if I get sick in North Korea?

Can I write about my trip afterwards? Is it ok to put pictures online?

There are people who say that visiting a country such as North Korea is wrong and that all we are doing is supporting the government - is this true?

Can I talk to locals?

Once I am there, am I free to go where I want?

Can I take photos there? How about using a video camera?

How do I get there?

How far in advance do I need to be in Beijing?

Will I need to give you my passport at any time?

I would like to have a visa in my passport - is there a way to get one?

Which is better, a group tour or an independent tour?

How do I sign up for a tour?

How do I get the DPRK visa and how long does it take?

Do I need a visa for China?

How much does a trip cost?

It seems like a lot of money - what do I get for that?

Do you offer any discounts?

I am a journalist, can I visit?

Are there any other special events tourists can attend?

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