North Korea is Open for Business: Surf Tourism in the Most Unlikely Place

North Korea is Open for Business: Surf Tourism in the Most Unlikely Place

That, coupled with a history of secrecy, makes for a place that might (or might not be) one of the last bastions of empty, perfect surf. “Very few journalists are allowed into North Korea,” reads a North Korean travel company’s website, “so the amazing experiences you will embrace there are rarely publicized. ” But in an effort to attract tourism, the country has opened three new resorts along its 15,500 mile coastline, and the Korea International Travel Company is offering four-day, five-night surf tours.

Read more here: The Inertia

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