Seoul (Incheon) DMZ Third Tunnel & City Tour Excursion Reviews

On this tour you'll discover one of the last relics of the Cold War, the 155-mile long demilitarized zone, or DMZ, as well as the tunnel that crosses beneath the demarcation line into South Korea, and was designed for a surprise attack on Seoul. Then head into the city and find an eclectic blend of modern skyscrapers and superhighways combined with ancient palaces, temples and gardens.
We couldn't do the DMZ Third tunnel because we arrived in port 6 hours late due to fog.
Sail Date: March 2018
We couldn't do the DMZ Third tunnel because we arrived in port 6 hours late due to fog. All we did was sightseeing and shopping. A great city with very pleasant people that spoke enough english to make the visit worthwhile.
We couldn't do the DMZ Third tunnel because we arrived in port 6 hours late due to fog. All we did was sightseeing and shopping. A great city with very pleasant people that spoke enough english to make the visit worthwhile. Read Less
Shore Excursion Provider: Celebrity Cruises
Very rushed, enjoyed local Korean BBQ, market was a waste of time unlike me not to spend money!!
Sail Date: June 2017
Very rushed, enjoyed local Korean BBQ, market was a waste of time unlike me not to spend money!!
Very rushed, enjoyed local Korean BBQ, market was a waste of time unlike me not to spend money!! Read Less
Shore Excursion Provider: Princess Cruises
The DMZ is an experience worth every dollar we spent.
Sail Date: June 2017
The DMZ is an experience worth every dollar we spent. The tour guide's communication left a little to be desired, but we could understand for the most part. The drive to and from was very interesting and the experience in the 3rd ... Read More
The DMZ is an experience worth every dollar we spent. The tour guide's communication left a little to be desired, but we could understand for the most part. The drive to and from was very interesting and the experience in the 3rd tunnel was worth the effort. I am tall and the tunnel is very short, so it was a bit strenuous. Read Less
Shore Excursion Provider: Princess Cruises
We had a rather long bus ride to the DMZ but the ride was worth seeing this place where history has ...
Sail Date: June 2016
We had a rather long bus ride to the DMZ but the ride was worth seeing this place where history has been made and is still being made today. This is one of the most highly mined areas in the world. Areas are marked telling you not to go ... Read More
We had a rather long bus ride to the DMZ but the ride was worth seeing this place where history has been made and is still being made today. This is one of the most highly mined areas in the world. Areas are marked telling you not to go pass this fence as there are mines throughout the DMZ. The kind of mines that explode, not those that are underground. Read Less
Shore Excursion Provider: Princess Cruises
The cruise docks at Incheon, which is rather interesting.
Sail Date: February 2014
The cruise docks at Incheon, which is rather interesting. Incheon has some of the world's highest tides, and the ship must pass through a lock to get to the pier (the lock appears to be half the size of the ship, but they make it ... Read More
The cruise docks at Incheon, which is rather interesting. Incheon has some of the world's highest tides, and the ship must pass through a lock to get to the pier (the lock appears to be half the size of the ship, but they make it work). We went to the north, and made a brief stop at the Freedom Bridge, then moved on to the observatory where you can look across the DMZ into North Korea. They then took us to the third tunnel, a tunnel the North Koreans constructed for a possible invasion. The only issue here was that we apparently missed our appointment time and had to stand around waiting to descend on the train into the tunnel. The excursion then took as to lunch in Seoul, and concluded with 45 minutes of free time in a shopping district in Seoul that was unimpressive. I am not sure if there was more to see in Seoul or not. Read Less
Shore Excursion Provider: Oceania Cruises