North Korea Tours – Group Tours

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We have over 15 years of experience safely bringing travelers to North Korea. See below for our scheduled North Korea tours for 2022/2023. Unless otherwise stated, our tours are all-inclusive return from Beijing/Shanghai by Air Koryo flight. Your DPRK visa is included. Our published packaged price is what you pay, we don’t use addon pricing for the costs necessary for your tour. To ensure personalized service, and to maximize engagement with our local Korean guides, our tours are capped at just 12 travelers. Our tours have no minimum to run. To guarantee your comfort, by default we stay in North Korea’s finest accommodation options. We offer a range of convenient payment options, including credit card. We never need your physical passport or paperwork, everything can be done online. Just meet us in Beijing/Shanghai and we handle the rest!

If you would like to visit North Korea independently or in a closed, private setting with a flexible itinerary and dates, we can tailor you a private tour. For pre-booking questions or general inquiries, contact us.

COVID-19 Notice (Jan 22, 2020): Foreign travel to the DPRK has been temporarily suspended by authorities as a precautionary measure to protect against the spread of the coronavirus. Our tours will resume at short notice after the border reopens. Upcoming tours remain open for booking, please contact us for further information. Updates can be found here:

COVID-19 Update (Jan 22, 2023): The DPRK border remains closed to all travel. All our North Korea tours remain scheduled, however, operation is tentative subject to border restrictions.

COVID-19 Update (August 22, 2023): The first international passenger flight from North Korea since the border closed in 2020 has now operated between Pyongyang and Beijing. It’s likely this flight, along with upcoming scheduled flights by Air Koryo between Pyongyang and Vladivostok, are to repatriate Korean nationals who have been waiting to return home. There is no further word on when tourism will resume.

COVID-19 Update (August 27, 2023): North Korean authorities have officially confirmed the border has opened to repatriate Korean nationals, who will undergo one week quarantine on arrival. There is no further word on when tourism will resume. Please contact us for the latest information prior to booking.