If you’re a travel enthusiast, we’ve just the right news for you!
Your wildest travel dream has come true as you can now travel to Pyongyang, North Korea, from Wigan, England on a train.
Next year, Lupine Travel will be launching a train trip to take the adventure lovers to scores of fascinating destinations across several countries.
The tour will last one month, from April 28 to May 24, 2020.
Next year will see the launch of the first ever Wigan to Pyongyang train journey!
— Lupine Travel (@LupineTravel) May 22, 2019
The trip will start from Wigan, where the travelers will be served the delicious Wigan Kebab, formally known as a pie barm, along with a can of Vimto.
From there, they’ll be heading to Pyongyang via a route passing through London, Brussels, Berlin, Warsaw, Moscow, and Beijing.
The tourists will be having a four night’s stay in Pyongyang before they travel back to Wigan again.
What’s more, you can even choose any of the sections from the designated travel path for yourself. For instance, if you want to start from London and exclude Wigan from your journey, it can be arranged.
The incredible one-month tour will cost you £3,195($4060), inclusive of the following facilities: Transport and tour facilities, accommodation in hotels in Russia and Mongolia, 3* hotel stays in Wigan, Brussels, Berlin, Warsaw, and China, and 4* hotel stays in North Korea.
You’ll also get all meals in North Korea, services of Lupine tour guide in London, North Korea, Moscow, and Mongolia, and services of local guides in North Korea, Irkutsk, and Ulan Bator.
Lupine staff will be there in almost all the cities to offer any kind of assistance, and the company will also be providing help in visa registration where needed.
If you were to add another £450($571), you can have further three night’s stay in North Korea, including a visit to Mount Kumgang National Park and Wŏnsan on the East Coast.
However, the following things are excluded from the attractive package: Travel Insurance, tips for guides, foods and drinks (unless stated), and international flights.
Russian visa, Belarus transit visa, Mongolian visa, dual entry Chinese visa, and North Korean visa are also exempted from the package.
In case you’re wondering if there’s any concession available with the 26-30 Railcard, Lupine Travels have stated there won’t be a discount.
“Big Kim has let North Korea’s International railcard subscription lapse,” the travel agency tweeted.
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