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DMZ and NLL Day Tour

See two border areas between North and South Korea

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  • See the world's most militarized border and learn more about the history of the Korean War
  • Catch a glimpse of life behind the bamboo curtain at viewing points set up to observe North Korea
  • Get up close and personal with North Korea at the Unification Village, 3rd Infiltration Tunnel, and DMZ Pavilion
  • Venture out to the maritime border between North and South Korea at the Northern Limit Line
  • Learn more about the Korean War, DMZ, and modern tensions from your English speaking tour guide
  • **Due to African Swine Fever, DMZ tour will be temporarily closed. Please kindly note that alternative tours will be operated instead untill DMZ is opened. **

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DMZ + NLL Day Tour


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US$ 101.49 US$ 106.55

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Learn more about the Korean War and the scars it has left on this divided peninsula by visiting the DMZ and Northern Limit Line, the most militarized strip of land in the world! Your English speaking guide will pick you up from your Seoul accommodation in the morning to take you to the DMZ. Make sure to bring your passport because there will be a checkpoint controlling access to the DMZ. After registering and passing the checkpoint, explore Imjingak Village and Park, the closest location Korean civilians can go to the border to mourn their separation with family members across the border, and Freedom Bridge, where POWs were traded after the armistice. Afterwards, descend into the 3rd Infiltration Tunnel to see the grand attempts by North Korea to prepare for a possible invasion of the south by tunneling through the DMZ defenses. Emerge from the tunnels and climb up to the observation points on Mt. Dora, where you will have a bird’s eye view of the DMZ and the fake propaganda “villages” set up by North Korea just beyond the DMZ. After having lunch, drive past the Iron Fence Zone of the DMZ to see the Northern Limit Line, the disputed maritime boundary between the two Koreas. Stop at the Peace Observatory to catch a glimpse of the North Korean village just across the border before heading back to Seoul.

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