Fee : \720,000 per person (Fri~Sun weekend charges \30,000)
Course : Day 1: Seoul - Jeju - Dragon Head Rock - Yeomiji Botanic Garden - JejuFolk Museum Day 2: Jeongbang Waterfall - Seongeup Folk Village Seongsan Sunrise Peak Day 3: Jeju Folk Craft Natural History Museum Cheonjiyeon Waterfall meal : breakfast only
Jeju's natural environment was preserved as best as possible. The fantastically shaped rocks decorating the seashores, the hundreds of Oreums(secondary volcanos) and the rearest species of flora around the Baekrok-dam lake are all treasures waiting to be discovered by visitors. One cannot see Jeju Island unless one looks. It is like seeing only trees before entering a forest
Jeju island has a mild oceanic climate throughout the year with the smallest annual temperature range in the country. The temperature for the hottest summer months averages no more than 33.5℃ and no less than 1.0℃ for winter
"Yongduam", a rock showing a writhing dragon with a grudge A dragon living in the Dragon Kingdom wanted to ascend to heaven, but it wasnt an easy thing to do. Realizing that he could be a real dragon with a precious pearl of the mountain god of Halla, the dragon stole the precious pearl from the god and successfully descended to the valley of Yongyeon. However, he was discovered and shot by the god arrow while flying. He landed on the beach where he turned into petrified stone, crying and wreathing with agony and a grudge
Jeju Folklore & Natural History Museum
Along with Samseonghyeol, this museum is a must course for tourists. Walk about 100 meters to the east from Samseonghyeol, you will reach Jeju Folklore & Natural History Museum. It revives the lives of Jeju people so that tourists can see A to Z of Jeju.
Jeju National Museum
Opened in June, 2001, Jeju National Museum displays 950 pieces out of 7230 collections year round. In the Exhibition room 1 of prehistoric age and archeology are 250 pieces of paleolithic and neolithic artcraft excavated at Gosan-ri which shows the lifes of the first inhabitants of jeju, the birth of villages, and trades.
The waterfall falls from a precipice with thundering sounds, creating white water pillars. It has the name Cheonjiyon, meaning ‘the heaven and the earth meet and create a pond’. At 22 m in height and 12 min width, the waterfall tumbles down to the pond to produce awe-inspiring scenery.
The absence of a life partner led to irresistible yearning and finally caused her to become a rock. This is what Oeodolgae signifies - abandoned and separated from the headland. With the unusual rocks surrounding the Haekum River at Namju and the Chilsipri coast of Seogwipo, the 20-meter stone pillar "Oeodolgae" stands out.
The columnar joints are situated at seashore east Jungmun Tourism Complex. Black hexagonal stone pillars are piled on top of each other; they unfold like a folding screen as if a god elaborately piled up blocks of stone. The sound of the waves crashing into the rocks is remarkably refreshing. At the Daepo Columnar Joints, visitors can feel the mightiness and exquisiteness of the nature. It was designated as Cultural Property No. 50 by the Jeju Government.
99 rocky peaks surround the crater like a fortress and the gentle southern slope connected to water is a lush grassland.
Jutting out at the eastern seashore of Jeju Island, Seopji-Koji is one of the most scenic views with the bright yellow canola and Seongsan Sunrise Peak as a backdrop. The pristine beauty of Jeju can be seen in Seopji-koji. Sinyang Beach, a meadow filled with canola flowers, peacefully grazing Jeju ponies, a rocky sea cliff, and a towering legendary large rock (Sunbawe) all combine to make nature s masterpiece. Unlike the other coastal areas of Jeju, it has red volcanic rock (songi) and strangely-shaped rocks that at low tide transform this area into a breath-taking stone exhibition gallery.
Halla Arboretum is located on the 1100 Road on the mid-slope of Gwangae oreum. It features several greenhouses and a variety of gardens where 870 species of native and subtropical plants are raised and exhibited. It is visited not only by students and experts for observation and research but also tourists as part of theme tour.
Mysterious Road (Dokkaebi Road)
On Mysterious Road (or Bugaboo Road), a parked car on a slight hill road rolls uphill instead of going down hill. This is a result of an optical illusion in which the lower part looks higher because of its surrounding environment.
- All the tours Include the guide, transportation, admission fee. - If you cancell your reservation on tour day. We will charge 100% cancellation fee to you. - Some morning tours will be dropped off at Itaewon or insadong. - We notice that We have no responsiblity for your personal incidents and losses during all the tours. - We are stuck in a traffic jam the pick up service will be delayed