Best of Jeju Island
Your adventure through one of the world's most beautiful islands is relaxing, comprehensive, and fit for the entire family. Book this Jeju Island tour for an incredible South Korea experience at a low price.
Your tour begins in the Manjang Cave. Designated a UNESCO World Heritage site, this volcanic lava tube and its resulting cave is fun to explore. At 75-feet wide, 100-feet high, and nearly 30,000-feet long, Manjangul ranks on the world's top ten list lengthwise. Loaded with unique lava stalactites and stalagmites, it boasts the world's largest known lava column at 25-feet high ($2 USD entrance fee to the cave).
Your professional English-speaking guide will then escort you to Seongsan Sunrise Peak, another UNESCO World Heritage site. This volcanic-formed 'tuff cone' shoots 600 feet from the sea, resembling a gigantic castle with an indented, grassy saucer atop ($2 USD entrance fee to the site).
Thereafter, you'll enjoy a traditional Korean meal with the chance to taste the famed Jeju black-pork barbecue before reaching Seongeup Folk Village (at your own expense and your discretion). Nestled at the foot of Mt. Halla, this culturally rich village will open its doors, presenting its crafts, residences, and shrines. The long-haired Jeju pigs can be seen roaming as well.
Rounding your island journey out is a visit to the Ecoland Theme Park. Set in the Gotjawal forest, this park uses steam-powered Baldwin trains for exploration. Hike to its floating café, visit Kids town, or use the lake's hovercraft while learning about Jeju's unique ecosystem ($12 USD entrance fee to park).
The opportunity to explore the best of South Korea's ecological gem awaits you on this Jeju Island tour. Book today for an incredible experience at a low price.