Visit the most poignant sites of the struggle between North and South Korea. See where significant talks took place and visit the locations of ill-famed events
Learn more about tensions between the Koreas and the wars that have resulted, from your informative English-speaking guide
Enter the JSA to see Freedom House, Conference Room, Bridge of No Return and the Ax Murder Incident area
Enjoy a delicious local lunch and hotel pick-up included
Delving into the heart of the history, this tour skips the outer edges of the DMZ and takes you to the Joint Security Area (JSA), also known as Panmunjom. This was the site of talks and negotiation between the two sides during the Korean wars. You'll visit the historical war monuments at Unification Park before a Korean restaurant lunch, after which you'll enter the JSA, accompanied by the expert knowledge of your guide. Visit Freedom House and the Conference room, site of various inter-Korean discussions, agreements and exchanges. The Bridge of No Return is next on the itinerary, the location of many POW exchanges, before a visit to the site of 1976's tragic Ax Murder Incident.
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This tour provided us with the opportunity to get a glimpse and an insight into the elusive North Korea. We was able to talk to someone who had managed to escape from North Korea and also see into some village life by looking through the binoculars at the observatory. Highly recommended.
"One of the most dangerous places on Earth." The tour is absolutely worth doing and takes you (technically) onto North Korean soil. You also get a great historical overview as well as some vantage point looks into North Korean cities. It is surreal to see N.K. guards changing just a couple hundred meters away from you.