55 miles from Seoul, Eurwangni Beach is a great beach trip destination while in Korea. Enjoy picture perfect water views on this white sand beach. There are many activities to choose from that are also family friendly. Enjoy a relaxing stroll on the beach, rent a boat, go swimming or just watch the ocean waves – you will not be disappointed either way. This day trip also includes a traditional lunch.
Explore the Seoraksan National Park and discover one of South Koreas most imposing peaks on this Mt Seoraksan day tour from Seoul. Travel by cable car up to the Gweongeumseong peak and enjoy panoramic views over the valleys below. Follow walking routes through the forest to Sinheungsa Temple, where a statue of The Great Unification Buddha sits in contemplation. Listen as a guide sheds light on South Koreas Buddhist heritage, and enjoy a delicious lunch of Korean speciality dishes.
Jeonju City is also called the “Slow City”. Join us for the tour to experience Jeonju that help you relax your mind and soul. Around Jeonju City there are lots of beautiful mountains and temples and it is the place where Chosun and Baekje King came for their resting and healing time.
A kayaking tour on the Han River is a wonderful way to discover Seouls natural and urban landscapes. This 6-hour eco-adventure with an expert guide includes a kayak lesson on shore followed by two hours on the water, where you’ll paddle along the shoreline from Hangang Park (aka Han River Park). Leave Seouls traffic congestion behind, and experience the city from a unique perspective as you kayak down one of Koreas largest waterways. This tour is limited to 10 participants so you can enjoy a small-group experience.
Join in this tour to experience Koreas traditional constructions and living culture at Suwon Hwaseong Fortress and the Korean Folk Village. Suwon Hwaseong Fortress was constructed to perform commercial and military functions during the Joseon Dynasty. In the Korean Folk Village, you can experience numerous collections of Korean cultural artifacts.
Enjoy a day of winter skiing in Korea! Winters in Korea, generally running from December to February, have been enjoyed by Korean and foreign skiers of all skill levels. The two ski resorts available, Jisan Ski Resort and Yanji Ski Resort, are conveniently located one hour from Seoul, perfect for a day trip. Both have great facilities and snow quality.
On this day trip from Seoul, head to South Korea’s Northern Limit Line (NLL) and learn about Ganghwa history. The NLL is the maritime demarcation line in the West Sea between South Korea and North Korea. On this tour, stop off at the Ganghwa Peace Observatory, the closest place to North Korea from where you can see North Korea and the lifestyle of North Koreans. Learn about and understand Korea’s divided history on this tour. In addition, go to the Ganghwa History Museum, Dolmen Site (a UNESCO World Heritage Historic Site), and Jeondeungsa Temple.
Escape Koreas bustling capital for the stunning mountain landscape of Seoraksan National Park. This UNESCO Biosphere Reserve contains 30 imposing granite peaks that rise above deep valleys and crystal-clear streams. Travel like a local, using public transportation from Seoul via coach and taxi to Mt Seorak, where youll hop on a trail for a moderate hike, before a local lunch featuring regional dishes. Numbers are limited to 10 people, ensuring that youll have a personalized experience with a small group.
JInhae Gunhangje Festival is the most famous cherry blossom festival in Korea. When you visit the Gyeonghwa Station in Jinhae, you won’t be able to stop pressing your camera shutter. Although the drive from Seoul takes about four and a half hours by bus, it will be well worth your while as you will be refreshed once you admire the beautiful flowers.
While Nami Island is popular among both tourists and locals, many don’t know about Chuncheon, another beautiful place nearby. This package will allow you to visit both destinations in one day. Take this self-guided day trip to Nami Island before hopping on a bus to Gubongsan where you can visit Gubongsan Mountain Observatory and enjoy a nice cup of coffee at a local cafe.