Peacekeeper Questline

Escape From Tarkov “Spa Tour – Part 2” Quest Guide

Spa Tour – Part 2 is a quest in Escape From Tarkov. The quest is given by Peacekeeper after completing Spa Tour – Part 1.

Escape From Tarkov Spa Tour – Part 2 Quest Details

Spa Tour – Part 2 quest image

Quest Dialogue

Good day, my friend. While you were bringing justice, you surely noticed the helicopter standing at the health resort pad. We need to hurry and pick up everything of value that is left in it. For now, it’s wide open and dangerous in there. Your task is to mark the helicopter with a beacon and, most importantly, find the safe path to access it with a vehicle, preferably through the woods. Mark it, I mean the path, with a beacon as well. After that, it’s Blue Helmet’s job.


  • Mark the helicopter with an MS2000 Marker on Shoreline
  • Mark the safe road with an MS2000 Marker on Shoreline


  • +6,300 XP
  • +0.02 reputation with Peacekeeper
  • ~1000 Dollars
  • 1x Physical bitcoin
  • Unlocks the purchase of M67 Hand grenade

Reward Dialogue

Good job, now it’s our turn to act. I will send a transport there, let them take whatever they can from that heli.


Required Items

  • 2x MS2000 Marker

The quest asks you to head to the Health Resort, and mark both the helicopter and the dirt road leading to it. Below you can find both of the images and where to mark.

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