JejuIsland is an oval-shaped volcanic island measuring 73km from east to west and 31km from north to south.Located southwest of the KoreanPeninsula, JejuIsland is a wonderfully picturesque getaway.JejuIsland is sometimes referred to as “SamdadoIsland,” meaning the island of “three many,” because of the islands abundance of rocks, women, and wind.Wind from the ocean blows steadily across the island throughout the year and past volcanic activity has littered the island with an assortment of beautiful and unusually-shaped black volcanic rocks.The island’s reputation of having an abundance of women dates back to the time when fishing was the primary source of income and many fishermen lost their lives at sea.
With its vast stretches of deep blue sea and its verdant landscape, Seongsan is a recreational and leisure sport heaven.One of the best ways to see all that JejuIsland has to offer is to drive along its coastal roadways and black basalt cliffs.UNESCO Heritage site, Seongsan Ilchulbong is a 182m high volcanic crater that erupted beneath the ocean a hundred thousand years ago.The crater is about 600m in diameter and 90m high and was named Seongsan, which literally means, “HolyMountain.” Seopjikoji, located 10 minutes from Seongsan Ilchulbong, is a tourist area made popular by the TV drama, “All In.”The name Seopjikoji comes from the JejuIsland dialect and means, “a sudden bump of land.”
Seogwipo is a world class tourist resort with scenic natural beauty and a variety of locations ripe for tourists.Located in the Jungmun area, Cheonjeyeon Waterfall, known as “The Pond of God,” consists of three parts.Near the falls there are rare plants such as “solipnan” reeds.There is a cave in the east and from the ceiling cold water pours down creating the waterfall.Spanning the width of the CheonjeyeonValley is the SeonimgyoBridge, where are decorated with seven Korean angels.Here connects to one of the Olle trekking course as well as many tourist hotspots including the Jusangjeolli Cliff, the TeddyBearMuseum, the AliveMuseum, and many five star hotels.
Rates/ Options여 행 조 건
Tour groups begin at 4 people.Child discounts may be available depending on the tour package.
The tour fees cover accommodation, transportation, lunch, admission fees, an English/Chinese tour guide, and service charges.
Breakfast and dinner as well as personal spending are not covered by the tour fees.
TOUR ROAD does not visit any coercive shopping area during the course of the tour.
Pick-up service will be discussed.
The time table for the tour may vary based on traffic and destination conditions.
TOUR ROAD is not responsible for any lost items or other incidents caused by individuals during the tour.
Reservation deadline is 2 weeks prior to the tour.In order to keep accurate records we cannot accept reservations over the phone.
The tour will automatically be cancelled if no deposit has been paid by the deadline.