North Korea is not a wealthy country, as a result the guides and staff rely upon the generosity of visitors to help make ends meet. Whilst in contrast to some countries, North Koreans will never openly ask you for a tip, nevertheless, such are anticipated at the end of the tour.
Usually, visitors will tip the two guides and the bus driver, it is up to you how much you donate. Tips in restaurants, bars, shops and various visitor sites are not mandatory. Read More…
Our latest addition to the North Korea travel guide involves the Mangyongdae Native House, which is claimed to be the childhood residency of the first DPRK leader Kim Il-Sung, but is everything all as it seems here? Find out more!
Yes it is still not too late to join our New Year in Pyongyang tour in a few weeks time! If you get in touch with us, we can start the process of booking immediately!
Don't miss out on a fantastic fireworks display in Kim Il-Sung Square and the chance to see all the main sites of Pyongyang! For just 475 euros you get your hotel, all your meals, guides, sites and your return trains from Dandong to Pyongyang!