Interesting insight into the mind of the North Koreans.... worth checking out. Involves a lot of walking in confined spaces though, so only for the fit.
Walking down the tunnel I realised walking back would be hard work as its very steep. When you get to the end there is a tiny hole you can look through but not much to see. Part way down you have to bend as the ceiling is low. There isnt much down there and it was very crowded. Nice to... More
Very great experience to visit the third tunnel. I being a very tourist person, asked a very dumb question as we took train ride down the tunnel, I said"wao.. how they put air conditioning in along the tunnel? very cooling.." My husband rolled up his eyes and whispered in my ears.. "babe these are natural coolness". Beware of your head... More
I toured this attraction as part of a DMZ tour with Panmunjom Travel Center. It is one of four tunnels discovered so far by the South, with the help of defectors from the North, dug by the North to invade the South during the Korean War, The aim was to dig until they reached Seoul, but the four tunnels prove... More
It's a cool relief on a hot day, but as you hike down the rather steep incline you'll be thinking about the return climb. (One soldier said it was even tough for him.) There is a train to take you down, but the climb adds value in showing exactly how deep the tunnel is, how low the roof and how... More
This is a tunnel excavated in the rock by the North Koreans. The ceiling is very low, so they give you hardhats (and they're very useful, believe me). The tunnel to access the tunnel is very steep (see my photo), difficult to go down, and even much more difficult to go up, but almost everyone can manage by taking small... More
Together with DMZ Tour, you will experience to enter this tunnel. Unfortunately, we are not allowed to take a picture inside the tunnel.. :( but walking inside this tunnel will be a good exercise for you.. Specially because your way out will be uphill..
included on the USO tour to the DMZ is the 3rd tunnel. you can walk all the way down in the tunnel to the area where north Korean almost get into south Korea. you must wear comfortable clothing and tennis shoes must be sure that you can walk up since its a pretty long trajectory.
The 3rd Tunnel is part of the DMZ tour. It's the easiest way to get a guided tour of the facility. It was discovered in 1978 and will take about an hour to explore it. Photos are not allowed inside the tunnel and you can leave your personal items at the lockers in the entrance. You will need a hard... More
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