Jeju Island

Jeju Island tour packages

Welcome to our captivating Jeju Island tour packages, where we invite you to embark on an extraordinary journey to the enchanting “Island of Gods” – Jeju Island. Nestled off the southern coast of South Korea, this subtropical paradise is renowned for its breathtaking landscapes, unique cultural heritage, and warm hospitality. Our carefully curated tour packages offer you a chance to explore the island’s natural wonders, UNESCO World Heritage sites, pristine beaches, and much more.

With an area of approximately 1,849 square kilometers, Jeju Island boasts a diverse terrain that includes majestic mountains, picturesque coastlines, and lush forests. At the heart of the island lies the awe-inspiring Hallasan National Park, home to Mount Hallasan, South Korea’s highest peak. This volcanic wonder offers invigorating hiking trails and panoramic vistas that will leave you in awe.

Jeju Island is a treasure trove of UNESCO World Heritage sites, including the Jeju Volcanic Island and Lava Tubes – a fascinating geological wonder featuring lava caves and formations. The Jeju Stone Culture Park showcases the island’s rich history and heritage through its unique collection of stone artifacts and statues.

For beach lovers, our Jeju Island tour packages bring you to the pristine shores of Hyeopjae Beach and Jungmun Saekdal Beach. Immerse yourself in the crystal-clear waters and embrace the island’s serene coastal beauty.

Discover the island’s captivating attractions, such as the mysterious Manjanggul Cave, an underground wonderland formed by ancient lava flows. Experience the whimsical world of the Teddy Bear Museum, and for the adventurous, the quirky Jeju Loveland offers a playful exploration of human sexuality through art.

No visit to Jeju Island would be complete without savoring its delectable local cuisine. Treat your taste buds to the famous Jeju Black Pork BBQ, renowned for its tender and flavorful meat. Indulge in Jeju Haemul Pajeon, a mouthwatering seafood pancake made with fresh local ingredients.

As you explore Jeju Island, you’ll encounter the iconic dol hareubang, or stone grandfather statues, believed to bring protection and blessings. Admire the island’s unique batdam, traditional lava-stone walls that weave through the landscape, showcasing the island’s artistic heritage.

With easy access through Jeju International Airport and an extensive bus network, our Jeju Island tour packages promise a seamless and unforgettable travel experience. Book your adventure to this captivating “Hawaii of South Korea” today and embark on a journey that will leave you with cherished memories for a lifetime. Discover the magic of Jeju Island with our meticulously planned tour packages.

LocationOff the southern coast of South Korea
AreaApproximately 1,849 square kilometers
PopulationApproximately 670,000 (as of 2021)
ClimateSubtropical with mild winters and warm summers
Nickname“Island of Gods” or “Hawaii of South Korea”
UNESCO World Heritage Sites– Jeju Volcanic Island and Lava Tubes
– Jeju Stone Culture Park
Natural Wonders– Hallasan National Park
– Seongsan Ilchulbong Peak (Sunrise Peak)
Beaches– Hyeopjae Beach
– Jungmun Saekdal Beach
Tourist Attractions– Manjanggul Cave
– Teddy Bear Museum
– Jeju Loveland
Local Cuisine– Jeju Black Pork BBQ
– Jeju Haemul Pajeon (Seafood Pancake)
Unique Features– Dol hareubang (stone grandfather) statues
– Jeju’s lava-stone walls (batdam)
Transportation– Jeju International Airport
– Extensive bus network


Jeju Island tour packages

Frequently asked questions about Jeju Island tour packages ?

When is the best time to visit Jeju Island?
The best time to visit Jeju Island is during the spring (April to June) and autumn (September to November) seasons. The weather during these periods is mild and pleasant, making it ideal for outdoor activities and sightseeing.
What is the best way to visit Jeju Island?
Jeju Island is accessible by air and sea. You can reach the island by flying into Jeju International Airport from various major cities in South Korea and some international destinations. Alternatively, there are ferries available from several ports on the mainland.
What are the must-visit attractions in Jeju Island?
Some of the must-visit attractions in Jeju Island include Mount Hallasan and Hallasan National Park, Seongsan Ilchulbong Peak (Sunrise Peak), Manjanggul Cave, Teddy Bear Museum, Jungmun Saekdal Beach, and the Jeju Stone Culture Park.
UNESCO World Heritage sites on Jeju Island?
Yes, Jeju Island is home to two UNESCO World Heritage sites: the Jeju Volcanic Island and Lava Tubes, and the Jeju Stone Culture Park. These sites offer unique geological formations and a glimpse into the island's rich cultural history.
What are the popular local dishes to try on Jeju Island?
Some popular local dishes to try on Jeju Island include Jeju Black Pork BBQ, Jeju Haemul Pajeon (Seafood Pancake), Jeju abalone dishes, and Jeju citrus fruits like Hallabong.
What are the popular must do activities on Jeju Island?
Jeju Island offers a variety of outdoor activities such as hiking Mount Hallasan, exploring lava tubes and caves, enjoying water sports at the beaches, and walking along scenic coastal trails.
Can I take a day trip to other nearby islands from Jeju Island?
Yes, there are several nearby islands that can be visited on day trips from Jeju Island. Some popular options include Udo Island, Marado Island, and Gapado Island, each offering its own unique charm and attractions.
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