JeJu is an island located to the Southwest of the Korean peninsula. The weather is quite pleasant and significantly warmer than the mainland which makes it a popular holiday, or year-round destination. In addition to three UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Jeju, people come to enjoy the natural beauty and coastal culture of this island. Since JeJu Island has mountains and is an island surrounded by Pacific Ocean, all tourists can enjoy hiking, walks along the beach, water sports and visit many JeJu island specific museums such as Teddy Bear museum throughout the year.
Jeju, an island located in the Southwest of Korea, is known for its pleasant weather year-round, natural beauty and coastal culture. During this 9-hour tour you will have a chance to visit Jeju Folklore History Museum, Dragon Head Shore and either have fun picking up tangerines or visit the cutest Teddy Bear Museum depending on what time of the month you are in Jeju Island. You will also have a chance to visit the Seaside Cliff with an impressive pillar rock formation and the beautiful Cheonjiyeon Waterfall during this memorable tour.