Highway in North Korea- only a tour bus which show a fantasied NK to Tourist is on the road. The tourism in this country is unbelievable. It would be such an incredible experience to ever get the opportunity to go here.
In an effort to bolster its dismal economy, North Korea has recently eased its travel restrictions and edged open its gates to curious travelers. What should you expect in such a secretive destination?
Marathon runners pass by a long row of North Korean soldiers as they cross a bridge in Pyongyang on April North Korea hosted the Mangyongdae Prize Marathon to mark the upcoming birthday of Kim Il Sung.
Pyongyang approves surfing camp plan put forward by Italian professional surfer and New Jersey tourist agency
North Korea's 'bright future' in tourism
North Korea is making “big efforts” to develop its tourism sector, with plans to open new flights to the capital Pyongyang and allow tourists to visit “all year round”.
What It’s Like to Be a Tourist in a War Zone: Inside a Visit to the DMZ From South Korea
In 2013, while visiting the Korean Demilitarized Zone (DMZ), I had one of the most surreal tourism experiences of my life. But it wasn’t for the reason I expected. If you don’t remember, 2013 was also the year that a jointly run North and South Korean factory was temporarily shut down (and the resolution talks were held by representatives in the DMZ). There was a general feeling of unease, and I wondered if my scheduled tour would be canceled due to recent events.