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May Day tour with Rason extension and Victory Day in Vladivostok
10 nights in the DPRK (including 3 nights in Rason), 3 nights in Russia

WHAT DOES PRICE COVER?

WHAT PRICE DOESN'T COVER?

  • Flights AirKoryo Beijing-Pyongyang-Orang
  • Train Tumangang-Khasan-Ussurijsk-Vladivostok
  • Hotel accommodation in the DPRK and Vladivostok
  • Meals in Russia according to the program
  • Three meals a day (except to alcohol) in the DPRK
  • Invitation letter for your Russian visa
  • All transfers and transport during the tour (except transfer to the airport in Vladivostok)
  • English-speaking guide
  • All entrance fees according to the itinerary
  • Russian visa fee
  • Transportation from Vladivostok to your home
  • The DPRK visa fee
  • Transportation to/from your home to Beijing
  • Your stopover expenses in Beijing
  • Your expenses for alcohol and souvenirs
  • Optional single room supplement (40 Euro per night)
  • Ticket fee for occasional events such as circus, the funfair, opera or Juche tower lift
  • Tips for the guides

Come to the DPRK to celebrate May Day! Korea is especially beautiful during this period, everything blooms. We expect there will be workers’ demonstration, and various street parties. You will have a chance to see traditional Korean games and performances in Taesongsan Park, experience unique Mass Dance, and take Trolley bus ride through the city - a lot of great photo opportunities! You will also go to enjoy spring in Mt.Myohyang - one of the five celebrated mountains of Korea. After having visited main sightseeing spots around Pyongyang, Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) and Kaesong, we will continue to remote areas of North Korea in its North Eastern part. We will fly to Chongjin - the city of iron, 3rd biggest city in the DPRK, and then drive by bus to the very unique place in the DPRK - Rason Special Economic Zone. After having the tour in Rason we will cross DPRK/Russia border by train via Tumangang/Khasan check-point. The border crossing over Korean Russian Friendship Bridge is an amazing experience - you will see how Russians keep the railway link to the Korea literally locked. From this bridge we can clearly see the unique Tri border area. We change the train in Russian city Ussurijsk and continue to Vladivostok, the capital of the Russian Far East. On May 9 in Vladivostok we will take part in big festivities on the occasion of the 71th anniversary of Great Patriotic War (WWII) - one of the biggest National holidays in Russia.

  TOUR HIGHLIGHTS:
  • Info
    The tour itinerary is a PRELIMINARY one. Korea Konsult reserves the right to change some parts of the itinerary below if needed. Eventual itinerary changes after the group arrival in the DPRK are beyond our control. Under no circumstances can Korea Konsult be held responsible for any itinerary changes.

    Apr 28 (Thu): Pyongyang

    Arrival in Pyongyang

    • Depart from Beijing by Air Koryo flight JS 252Y Beijing-Pyongyang at 14.05 from TERMINAL 2, Beijing Capital Airport . Arrive in Pyongyang at 16.40 local time
    • Transfer to Pyongyang
    • Stop by Arch of Triumph - built in 1982 to commemorate President Kim Il Sung’s role in resisting Japanese rule, it is the second tallest triumphal arch in the world. Each of its 25,500 blocks of finely-dressed white granite represents a day of his life up to that point
    • NEW! Take unique Trolley bus ride - see the streets of the capital from the iconic worker's transport which is still used only in some other former socialist states! It is a classic vehicle from 1950s which is still in service on the streets of Pyongyang. The route starts at Pyongyang Railway Station and ends at Arch of Triumph with stop at Chollima Monument
    • At the Pyongyang Railway Station your bus will pick you up and transfer to the the Yanggakdo International Hotel **** - one of the best Pyongyang hotels (first class and deluxe suits are also available at extra charge), it is beautifully located in the middle of Taedong river
    • Dinner at the hotel

    OVERNIGHT: Yanggakdo International Hotel ****
    Apr 29 (Fri): Pyongyang Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) Kaesong Pyongyang

    • Breakfast in the hotel
    • Begin your acquaintances with Pyongyang with excursion to majestic Mansudae Grand Monument - the huge bronze statues of the leaders standing in the center of the composition with two monuments titled "Anti-Japanese Revolutionary Struggle" and "Socialist Construction" on both sides. It was renovated in April 2012 following the passing away of the leader Kim Jong Il and a new statue of Kim Jong Il was added next to Kim Il Sung's
    • Behind the Grand Mansudae Monuments don’t miss Chollima Monument - named after a mythical winged horse (Chollima in Korean literally means "thousand-mile horse"). In the period of reconstruction following the Korean War Cholima was the symbol inspiring workers to rebuild their nation at ‘Chollima Speed’
    • Drive to Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) - a strip of land running across the Korean Peninsula that serves as a buffer zone between North and South Korea, it is one of the most militarized area on our planet
    • Visit Panmunjom - a village where in 1953 Armistice Talks were held between the DPR Korea and the United Nation Command. Visit the blue tent-like building located exactly on the borderline between Koreas. You can walk around the conference room and hop from South to North Korea while you are in this building. This is one of the few places where you can take pictures of the DPRK military
    • Move back to Kaesong - capital of Korea up to the 15th century. Kaesong is the only city in Korea which has preserved its original historical make up as it hasn't been destroyed during the Korean war. It is a home for 12 historic sites from the UNESCO World Heritage List. Kaesong is considered to be home of Koryo insam (ginseng) and so be prepared to buy some of the best insam in the Far East
    • Walk in Janamsan Park - located on a hill overlooking the city it is a great place to enjoy the beautiful panorama of the old Kaesong
    • Enjoy lunch at Tongil restaurant - "Tongil" means "Reunification" in Korean, it is one of the most famous restaurants in Kaesong where you can experience royal meal with multiple side-dishes. For anyone wanting to supplement their lunch, there will be an opportunity to sample Korea’s famous ginseng chicken soup (at extra charge)
    • Drive back to Pyongyang. On the way back there will be a short photo-break at Monument to the Three Charters for National Reunification - the monument representing desire of Korean people for reunification. It is shaped in form of two Korean women holding Korean peninsula over the Thongil highway from Pyongyang to DMZ
    • Visit one of the finest museums of the DPRK Victorious Fatherland Liberation War Museum - unveiled in 2013 by the leader Kim Jong Un after massive renovation this museum explains the origins of the Korean War (1950-53) between South and North. Here you will see the only US ship captured by a foreign country - the spy ship USS Pueblo, as well as American weapons and shot down planes. The museum features amazing displays and excellent dioramas
    • Finish your day in Golden Lane Bowling Center - the huge entertainment center, a good chance to mix with locals and watch some stellar displays of local bowling talent and relax after long sightseeing day. There is also a shooting range next door
    • Dinner

    OVERNIGHT: Yanggakdo International Hotel ****
    Apr 30 (Sat): Pyongyang Mt.Myohyang Pyongyang

    • Breakfast in the hotel
    • Drive (about 3h) to Mt.Myohyang - the Mountain of Mysterious Fragrance, one of the five celebrated mountains of Korea. It is a sacred site as, according to legend, it was the home of King Tangun, forefather of the Korean people. In 2009 UNESCO designated Mount Myohyang a world biosphere reserve
    • Visit grandiose International Friendship Exhibition - the world's biggest treasure-house. On exhibit are gifts received by DPRK's leaders over the years. One building stores the presents given to President Kim Il Sung, while a smaller one holds those given to Leader Kim Jong Il
    • After impressive exhibition discover Pohyon temple - one of the five famous Buddhist temples of Korea, it was built nearly 1,000 years ago
    • Enjoy your lunch near the Friendship Exhibition in Hyangsan - town bordered by the Chongchun river on the one side, and the Myohyang stream flows along the other
    • Take a light hike in the mountain
    • Drive back to Pyongyang and enroute stop by Pyongyang Ostrich Farm
    • Take ride in Pyongyang Metro - one of the deepest subways in the world, it was designed to serve as a bomb shelter in case of war. The stations' interiors are stunning with superb lighting and mosaics. This is a great chance to interact with local people and explore several subway stations
    • Don’t miss a chance to stop by famous Kaeson Youth Funfair - one of the most popular amusement parks and nightspots in Pyongyang, it was recently renovated. This is a great place to observe local people and take pictures with them
    • Dinner in one of Pyongyang’s restaurants

    OVERNIGHT: Yanggakdo International Hotel ****
    May 1 (Sun): Pyongyang

    May Day in Pyongyang

    • Breakfast in the hotel
    • Experience incredible Kumsusan Palace of Sun - Mausoleum for president Kim Il Sung and for the leader Kim Jong Il. To visit the Mausoleum tourists should follow a strict dress code: no shorts, T-shirts and sandals, no blue jeans and mini-skirts
    • Enjoy May Day Celebration at Taesongsan Park - "taesong" in Korean means "great fort", it is an amusement park located about 12 kilometers from Pyongyang. You will have a great chance to mingle with Koreans here. Every year May Day festivities are held in this park - singing and dancing performances, folk games and many more - it is going to be fun!
    • Observe Pyongyang from the top of Juche Tower - at 150m it is the highest stone monument in the world. Take elevator to the top of the tower to enjoy the magnificent view of Pyongyang (optional, 5 Euro p/p). It may be cold up there so be prepared
    • Lunch
    • Move to another great park to enjoy the May Sunday with locals in Moranbong Park - a recreation area where locals have picnics and sing songs during weekends. It is a unique opportunity to socialize with local people
    • Enjoy circus performance (20 Euro) at Pyongyang Circus
    • Visit Monument to Workers' Party of Korea - opened in Juche 84 (1995) the monument depicts the hammer, sickle and brush seized by a worker, a farmer and an intellectual. The round belt means the single-hearted unity of the leader, Party and people
    • NEW! Have fun in Munsu Waterpark - the first park of this kind in Pyongyang. It features indoor and outdoor pools, amazing waterslides, coffee shop, a beer bar, table tennis, billiards massage and a beauty salon. A great place to chat with local people. Entrance 3 Euro, those who would like to swim be ready to pay 10 Euro
    • Experience unique Mass Dance - one of the most well known images of North Korea: students of local universities get on the main city's squares and dance dressed in traditional Korean suit
    • Enjoy dinner at local restaurant
    • Continue May Day evening in Pyongyang microbrewery and bar - try several types of locally brewed beer and wide variety of international cuisine (at your own expense)

    OVERNIGHT: Yanggakdo International Hotel ****
    May 2 (Mon): Pyongyang

    • Breakfast in the hotel
    • NEW! Enjoy a walking tour of the Pyongyang center. Start at Kim Il Sung Square - Pyongyang’s central square where Korea’s massive military parades normally take place. Opened in August Juche 43 (1954) it is the 30th largest square in the world
    • Walk to Pyongyang Foreign Language Book Shop - the popular shop where you can buy propaganda posters, books and other souvenirs
    • Head to Taedong Park - a great place a few minutes away from Kim Il Sung Square to enjoy a peceful park and a walk along the Taedong river
    • Inspect Pyongyang Bell - national treasure, it was rung to announce invasions, natural disasters, New Year's Day and other major events. The current bell was cast in 1726 during the Ri dynasty to replace an earlier one that was destroyed by fire in 1714
    • Walk along the Taedong river to Taedong Gate - built in the mid-6th century, it is the east gate of the inner castle of the Walled City of Pyongyang (Pyongyang Castle, Koguryo dynasty) situated on the bank of River Taedong
    • Stop by Ryonggwang Pavillion - one of the 8 scenic wonders of western part of Korea
    • Drop by Korea Fine Art Gallery - houses a great number of precious ancient works, and works created during the anti-Japanese revolutionary struggle
    • Lunch time
    • Stop by Pyongyang Embroidery Institute - this is where most Korean embroideries are made. It is named after Kim Jong Suk, mother of the leader Kim Jong Il. It is a great opportunity to buy hand made embroidery at very reasonable price
    • Move to Three Revolutions Exhibition - several halls showcasing the nation’s technological, cultural and ideological progress following the Korean War. The central building has a shape resembling a spherical planet with rings, similar to the planet of Saturn. The dome itself also houses a planetarium
    • Pay respect to heroes in Fatherland Liberation War Martyrs' Cemetery - built on the occasion of 60th anniversary of the Korean War (1950/53) to commemorate memory of the heroes who sacrificed their lives for the motherland
    • Visit extraordinary Museum of Metro Construction - huge exhibition dedicated to construction of the capital subway system
    • Practice your shooting skills in Meari Shooting Range - the indoor gallery housing the 25-meter pistol range, 50-meter rifle range, archery ground, ray gun range and electron gun range with 8 platforms. You also can shoot live targets. All shots are at your own expenses
    • Enjoy dinner in famous BBQ Duck Restaurant
    • Spend rest of your evening in Taedonggang Diplomatic club - the great place to socialize with expats, enjoy local and foreign drinks

    OVERNIGHT: Yanggakdo International Hotel ****
    May 3 (Tue): Pyongyang Orang Kyongsong

    • Wake up early and enjoy breakfast in the hotel. Transfer to the Pyongyang airport
    • Depart from Pyongyang by Air Koryo domestic flight Pyongyang-Orang at 09.00 in the morning. Arrive in Orang at 10.20
    • Arrive to Orang - a tiny town, home of Chongjin's airport
    • Transfer to Yombun Revolutionary site - located 4 km from Kyongsong, it is called "yonbunjin" after being the first place on the East Coast where a new way to get salt was discovered. It is a collection of memorial spots where President Kim Il Sung talked with the fishermen calling them to build a new country
    • Drive to Kyongsong - a small town on the coast famous for a series of resorts at which you will have a chance to stop by. It is also a well-known ceramic-producing center
    • Enjoy lunch
    • Visit Kyongsong Revolutionary Museum - a house used by the President Kim Il Sung's family during ani-Japanese struggle in 1940s. It is preserved to show their lifestyle at that time
    • Stop by Kyongsong town fort - National Treasure No. 118, perhaps the only intact city wall in the DPRK. It was built in a plain area during the Koryo dynasty in 1107
    • Experience Kyongsong Local Hot Spa - a great chance to try silica spa (optional, 3 Euro per person) with few minerals but rich in hydrogen carbonate, sulfur and sodium or Kyongong Onpho - an excellent health resort 12 km northwest of Kyongsong. 57 degrees celcius spa waters come from 500 m underground. The spa contains hydrocarbonic acid, sulphuric acid natrium, silica and small amount of minerals
    • Dinner

    OVERNIGHT: Kyongsong Hotel *
    May 4 (Wed): Kyongsong Chongjin

    • Breakfast in the hotel
    • Move to Jipsam Revolutionary site - a historic place where three generals (Kim Il Sung, Kim Jong Suk, and young Kim Jong Il) met during the Japanese occupation to talk with fishermen how to defeat the invaders
    • Drive to Chongjin - "city of iron", the DPRK’s third largest city, a large industrial hub on the North East coast. It is estimated to have a 24% share of the DPRK's foreign trade
    • Upon arrival in Chongjin stroll down the Chongjin central square - the main city square featuring renovated in Sep 2014 monument to the leaders Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il
    • Enjoy Lunch
    • Stop by North Hamgyong Province Revolutionary museum - a place where you will learn a great story about trees with revolutionary slogans carved into: when the forest caught fire in 1998 local people with their bare bodies protected the trees. According to the story 17 people died in the flames, but the trees were saved
    • Visit Chongjin Electronic Library - a place in possession of more than 300 computers connected to Pyongyang. Quite often here schoolchildren take a test exam coordinated from the capital
    • Visit Chongjin steelworks kindergarten - here you will see a musical and dance performance by the local children. You may prepare some candies, food or pens to give to children after the show
    • Climb to a hill to see Chongjin liberation tower - monuments to the Soviet soldiers fallen in the battles for Korea’s liberation from Japanese rule in Chongjin
    • Pay a visit to nearby Korean People's Army Martyrs' Cemetery - the cemetery of revolutionaries who fought for the freedom and independence of the country
    • Transfer to Chongjin port - one of the country's main harbors
    • Dinner
    • Continue your evening in Seaman's Club - restaurant, bar, karaoke, gym and sauna at Chongjin city center. You can try some incredible Cold Noodles (Nae-Meng). It is actually one of the few places in the DPRK where foreigners and locals can mingle

    OVERNIGHT: Chongjin Hotel **
    May 5 (Thu): Chongjin Rajin

    RASON SPECIAL ECONOMIC ZONE

    • Early breakfast
    • Pass Chongjn Railway Station , there will be opportunity to take pictures from the bus
    • Drive up the coast to the internal border with Rason Special Economic Zone
    • Enter Rason - Free Economic Zone Rason and arrive in Rajin - the biggest city in Rason
    • Lunch at Korea National Restaurant - the best place to enjoy Korean Noodles & Jongol
    • Walk in Rajin city center - where you will see statues of the leaders Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il. The statues were unveiled in April 2015
    • Experience Kimilsungia and Kimjonglia Greenhouses - the place where the famous flowers named after leaders are grown along with Korean national flower - Magnolia
    • Take a look at Rajin Stadium
    • Inspect Daehung Seafood Processing Factory - the largest company in Rason
    • Enjoy children art performance in Rajin kindergarten - see a brief performance prepared by local children. You may prepare some candies, food or pens to give to children after the show
    • Dinner

    OVERNIGHT: Piphagak Hotel ** or similar
    May 6 (Fri): Rajin

    • Breakfast
    • Visit Rajin Foreign Language School - a great chance to interact with local young people learning English
    • Don’t miss Rajin Golden Triangle Bank - the only place where tourists can exchange their money to Korean Won
    • Do your shopping in Rajin city market - the only market in North Korea where tourists are allowed to visit and use local DPR Korean Won as well as other hard currencies to buy various local products
    • Stop by Rajin Art Gallery - place to see an impressive assortment of DPRK art. It is also possible to purchase some of the works of art
    • Lunch
    • Visit local joint ventures: Shoes Factory and Textile Factory
    • Visit to the Telecommunications center - the service center where you can buy a local SIM, and see what is available to the local public
    • Stop by Computer shop - where it is possible to buy a locally made tablet or PC
    • Don’t miss a great opportunity to buy souvenirs in Souvenir Shop - here you can buy impressive DPRK stamps, books, DVDs, posters etc.
    • Dinner at Russian restaurant “New World”

    OVERNIGHT: Piphagak Hotel ** or similar
    May 7 (Sat): Rajin Pipha Area Rajin

    • Breakfast
    • Visit Haeyang Village - visit a local fisherman house and family
    • Easy hiking tour in Mt.Sahyang - a mountain from where you can enjoy bird's eye view on Rajin Bay and main Rason cities
    • Drop by Rajin City Port - a place of active Chinese and Russian investments, a home for the DPRK passenger cruise ship as well as occasional Russian cruises
    • Enjoy walking tour in Hae’an Rajin Beach Park - a recently renovated seaside/beach park, one of the most popular places in the city
    • Have a beer at Czech draft beer bar
    • Lunch
    • Travel to Pipha Area - an island known for its stunning scenery, fishing, and boating. Sightseeing on boat (optional, 100RMB per person. If weather is favorable you will see seals - it is the only Seals Nature Reservation site in DPRK)
    • Visit local casino in Emperor Hotel & Casino - 5* hotel where wealthy Chinese come to gamble. It is owned by Hong Kong investors and it is one of the best hotels in the DPRK
    • Drive to Chujin Beach - a chance to relax by the beach
    • Move back to Rajin and enjoy dinner in Rajin city center

    OVERNIGHT: Piphagak Hotel ** or similar
    May 8 (Sun): Rajin Sonbong Tumangang Khasan Ussurijsk

    • Breakfast
    • Drive to Sonbong - second biggest city in Rason
    • Visit Sonbong Revolutionary Site - the place where the mother Kim Jong Suk with the 3 year old leader Kim Jong Il returned back to Korea after the end of World War II
    • Drive to Tuman river border area - the chance to observe China and Russia across Tuman river. From Sonbong the road initially goes along beautiful coast of the East Sea of Korea and then it turns North, and passes through a system of blue lakes, one of which - Manpo lake - has been identified by BirdLife International as an Important Bird Area because it supports populations of various birds such as swan geese, oriental storks, and cranes
    • Arrival in Tumangang - Korean city at the border with Russia
    • Visit Korean Russian friendship house - located in Tumangang, it is a museum dedicated to the history of Russia-Korea relations
    • Move to Sungjon pavillion - located on a hill dominating the area, it is a nice pavilion next to the Victory Monument to Admiral Li Sun Sin, inventor of the legendary turtle battleship. It is the great observation platform to enjoy view on neighboring Russia and China. Enjoy picnic and the great view on Tri border area - a unique place where 3 borders (China, DPRK and Russia) meet each other and Korean Russian Friendship Bridge - a railway bridge, the only land connection between Russia and the DPRK. The DPRK/Russia border is only 17 km long and it is the shortest border Russia has with any of its neighboring countries
    • Transfer to Tumangang Railway Station . At 14.30 local time take train (sleeper class) to Russia
    • Be ready for one of the major highlights of the trip - crossing the DPRK/Russia border via the Korean Russian Friendship Bridge from which the Tri border area is just 135m away
    • Arrival in Khasan - small Russian town at border with the DPRK. After immigration formalities you will have about 1h to shop for your dinner (there is no any restaurant carriage on the train)
    • At 18.30 take train (sleeper class) to Ussurijsk - train interchange junction. Change train to Vladivostok at midnight
    • If you think to visit Victory parade in Vladivostok next day it would be advisable to have a good rest on the train as you may need to wake up early in order to secure good observation spot in the parade

    OVERNIGHT: On train
    May 9 (Mon): Ussurijsk Vladivostok

    • Arrival in Ussurijsk at 00:46 in the morning and change train (sleeper class) to Vladivostok departing at 01:20 in the morning. Vladivostok is the largest city in the Russian Far East. Established as a key naval and military base on the Pacific, Vladivostok became the eastern terminus of Trans-Siberian Railway. Until 1992, Vladivostok was closed for foreigners, being one of the top secret military zones. Today it is one of the most important regional centers in Russia and the largest port city in the Russian Far East
    • Arrival at the Vladivostok Railway Station at 03:17 in the morning,check in the hotel
    • The military parade - on the occasion of the Victory Day will start at 10.00 in the morning. The parade will be held on the main city square which is 10 min walk from our hotel. Early birds who want to attend the parade together with the tour leader should arrive in the square well in advance to secure a good observation spot
    • After the parade inspect the central square to see Monument to the Fighters for the Soviet Power in the Far East , and Monument to the military glory of Vladivostok
    • Lunch at local fast food restaurant (at your own expense)
    • Walk to Tsesarevich Nicholas Memorial Arch - the Arch was built to commemorate visit to Vladivostok of Tsesarevich Nicolas in 1891
    • Walk down to S56 Submarine and the World War II Monument with eternal flame
    • Walk further to the Tsesarevich Embankment
    • Enjoy the view on the harbour and Golden Horn Bridge
    • Take part in local festivities in the city streets
    • Dinner at local Russian restaurant at your own expense
    • Performance of the popular Russian artists at the main city square on the occasion of the 71th anniversary of Great Patriotic War (WWII)
    • Festive fireworks and street parties with locals celebrating the Victory Day

    OVERNIGHT: Azimut Vladivostok Hotel
    May 10 (Tue): Vladivostok

    • Breakfast at the hotel
    • We will start the city sightseeing tour at 10.00 in the morning: Vladivostok Railway Station and the monument marking the end of the Trans-Siberian Railway. The Railway Station is connected to the Sea Passenger and Cargo port from which you can enjoy beautiful view on the Golden Horn Bay. Visit Lenin Monument - popular meeting spot in front of Vladivostok Railway Station, pass by Yul Brynner's family house - the place where he was born in 1921
    • Drive to Eagle's Nest - the scenic point to enjoy the fabulous view on the Vladivostok city and the Golden Bridge over the Golden Horn Bay
    • Drive to the Russky Island - once a top-secret military base served as the naval shield for Vladivostok. Only in 1995, after losing much of its defensive significance it became open for civilian visitors. In 2012 the island was connected by a bridge with the rest of Vladivostok
    • On the way to the Russky Island you will pass Russky Island Bridge - the world's longest cable-stayed bridge, with a 1104 m long central span
    • Visit the Far East University campus - the biggest Russian university in the Far East, after the APEC summit in Vladivostok (in September 2012) it moved to Russky Island , from which you can have a stunning view on Golden Horn Bay and Russky Island Bridge
    • Have lunch at Novik Country Club - located in shore of the Novik Bay
    • Visit the Voroshilovskaya Battery - located on the territory of the former military base, it is just one of such batteries located on Russky Island, that served to protect Vladivostok against possible military invasions from Japan. Admire this outstanding structure erected over 80 years ago, its complex mechanisms, rational organization and efficient functioning
    • Return to Vladivostok, free time
    • Optional: in the evening Vladivostok Opera (Russian ballet or opera performance), tickets at your own expense
    • Dinner at local restaurant (at your own expense)

    OVERNIGHT: Azimut Vladivostok Hotel
    May 11 (Wed):

    • Breakfast
    • Departure to Beijing or any other destination of your choice
    • NOTE: on May 11 you can take Eastern Dream Ferry from Vladivostok to South Korea and Japan
  • TOUR EXTENSION: you always can add a couple of days to this group tour to stay longer and explore Korea individually, or you can travel with us to South Korea, Japan, Mongolia, China or Russia over the longest in the world Trans-Siberian railroad
    • Visit Sinuiju - North Korean city at the border with China, gate to North Korea
    • Explore Beijing before or after your tour to the DPRK
    • Ride the longest in the world Trans-Siberian railroad from Beijing to Moscow via Mongolia or Manchuria
    • Travel in South Korea, Mongolia or Japan with us

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