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From Seoul: DMZ, 3rd Tunnel, and Gamaksan Bridge Guided Tour

1. From Seoul: DMZ, 3rd Tunnel, and Gamaksan Bridge Guided Tour

Choose options of pickup, private tour, or meet your guide before traveling together to the DMZ. See Freedom Bridge, Mangbaedan Altar, and a historical steam locomotive. Travel to a tunnel dug by North Korea, see observatories and visit the unification villages in the DMZ. Drop by 3 stops at Imjingak - Freedom Bridge, Mangbaedan Altar, and a steam locomotive that was destroyed during the Korean war. Board a bus with your guide (or group) and continue on to the DMZ. Visit four different places within the DMZ. First, arrive at The 3rd Infiltration Tunnel by walking (or monorail if private option is selected) and see a tunnel dug by North Koreans to invade South Korea. Next, explore Dorasan Observatory, the northernmost observatory of North Korean territory. Then arrive at Dorasan Station, which is the northernmost station in South Korea, connected to Pyeongyang Station. You’ll also have a chance to visit some Unification Villages during your tour of the DMZ. Finally, visit the suspension bridge at Gamaksan, where the allied forces fought a fierce battle in the Korean War. Take a 15 to 20-minute hike and marvel at the stunning natural beauty at the top of the bridge. For a private tour, you can select to visit the Majang Suspension Bridge at beautiful Majang lake which was the scene of a battle in the Korean War. It has now been turned into a scenic destination with the longest suspension bridge in South Korea, where you can walk the 256-meter bridge.

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What people are saying about Paju-si, South Korea

Gina and Sebastian are such lovely and very competent tour guides! I was surprised of how much I could get from this tour. Hence why, for this price, I‘m more than happy and I can see their effort for providing a good tour. What I especially like is, that, they gave us plenty of free time to take pictures and look at the place by our own. I‘ve taken several tour guides to the DMZ and this is one of the best ones I‘ve chosen. Unlike other tour guides, this one is not exhausting at all. You will not be tired of the tour although it starts at around 6:30am. But for a special reason: The DMZ only accepts around 400 visitors per day. That Gina and Sebastian are able to make reservations is a lot of effort as well. You will be more than happy at the end of the tour.

Great tour and our guide, Paul was super knowledgable, kind and went over and beyond to ensure we had an enjoyable experience. Would recommend to anyone wanting to experience the DMZ and know general information and history about Korea and the war.