** Hotel : Provide 4* class hotel including breakfast
** The itinerary is subject to change by the weather and local condition.
** Admission fee is not included for optional places.
** Deposit as 50% of total cost is required until at least 14 days before (1 month before for peak-season/weekend)
** Deposit is not refundable. There is no refund even you request to cancel the tour.
But when the tour is cancelled by the company, we refund 100% of deposit.
** The balance (50%) can be made by cash or credit card on the 1st tour day.
** Cancellation within 14~3 days before the service begins : You will be charged a 50% of total price as cancellation fee.
** Cancellation 2~1 day before or on the tour day : You will be charged a 70% of total price as cancellation fee.
** The flight can be delayed or cancelled by weather condition without prior notice.
If it is cancelled, you can take another tours or change tour date.
** Peak-season (Jul. ~ Aug.) or weekend
- Additional charge : KRW 50,000 p/p
|MINIMUM NUMBER||3 person|
Pick-up (around 08:00) ~
Pick-up & drop-off, Airport transfer, Transportation, Guide, Admission fee, Boarding pass (Round ticket),
Hotel, Breakfast (2), Lunch (3)
** Peak season (Jul. ~ Aug.)/ Weekend
Additional charge : KRW 50,000 p/p
1st day : Pick-up at the hotel in Seoul - Gimpo airport - by flight - arrive at Jeju airport - Meeting the guide - Dragon Head Rock (Yongduam) - Hallim Park - (Glass Castle : optional) - O' Sulloc Tea Museum - Hotel check-in
2nd day : Hotel - Mysterious Road - (Love Land : optional) - Cheonjeyeon Waterfall - Yoemiji Botanic Garden - Jusangjeolli Cliff - Hotel
3rd day : Hotel check-out - Seongeup Folk Village - Seopjikoji Cape - Seongsan Sun-rise Peak - Shore road - (Manjang Cave : optional) - Jeju airport - by flight - arrive at Gimpo airport - Pick-up & to hotel (Seoul)
Dragon Head Rock (Yongduam) is a volcanic rock that was created from an eruption about two million years ago. It is 10m high, and 30m long. It is named so because of the legend that a dragon (“yong”) living in his dragon palace tried to ascend to the heavens and got stuck. Because the shape of the rock resembles the shape of the dragon’s head, it is called Yongduam.
The rock now has only its body parts, because during a heavy storm a while ago, the head part of the rock was hit with lightening and fell off. About 200 meters to the east of Yongduam is Yongyeon (Dragon’s pond). Again, the pond is so named because it was said that the dragon used to play there. The water is so clean you can see the bottom of the pond.
The O'sulloc Tea Museum teaches visitors about Korea's traditional tea culture. The "O" in "O'sulloc", means to appreciate and enjoy, and it also stands for the origin of sulloc, only sulloc, and of sulloc tea.
The museum, which first opened in September 2001, is widely known in Korea. The entire building takes the shape of a green tea cup. It seeks to harmonize the cultures of the West and East, and past traditions with the modern world.
At the O'sulloc Museum, not only can visitors enjoy unique O'sulloc teas, but they can relax next to the lotus pond in the indoor garden. The second floor of the building has an observatory, so visitors can enjoy the views of the nearby green tea fields and the surrounding landscape.
Cheonjeyeon, meaning "God’s pond," derives its name from the legend that the seven fairies serving the King of Heaven came down to the pond on stairs of cloud and bathed in its clean waters. Apart from the wild Dampalsu trees, designated as natural monument No. 163, the wooded area also contains a great variety of rare plants such as brambles, Songyeopnan as well as Gusiljappam trees, Sanyuja trees (Chinese lemon trees), and camellias which are all specified as natural monument No. 379.Take a walk along the subtropical path towards the Cheonjeyeon Falls for a kilometer you can see the waterfall which is 22m high, 12m wide and 20m in depth. The clear and deep water of Cheonjeyeon Falls is designated as natural monument No. 27 and is renowned as a habitat for Mutae eels (natural monument No. 258). Also, the annual Seven Fairies Festival is held every May.
At the base of cliff is the Jisatgae Coast along with the imposing stone pillars. The Jusangjeolli cliff is stone pillars piled up along the coast and is a designated cultural monument of Jeju Island.
The Jusangjeolli was formed when the lava from Halla Mountain erupted into the sea of Jungmun. They are rock pillars shaped like cubes or hexagons of various sizes and almost seem as if stonemasons had carved them out. Its 20m cliff makes it a popular spot for high tide, sea angling.
Located at the foot of Mt. Halla, Seongeup Folk Village has perfectly preserved Korean tradition. With its vast amount of cultural property, this place is designated as a Folk Village. Many cultural properties such as residential houses, Confucian shrines and schools, ancient government offices, stone statues, millstones (run by horse or ox), fortress ruins, and stone monuments, and intangible cultural assets such as folk plays, native foods, local folk craftsmanship, and the local dialect are handed down to date.
The several-hundred-year-old zelkova trees and nettle trees standing in the middle of the village are designated as natural monuments. Wandering around this area, you will feel as if you traveled back to the past. It is a popular place for foreigners to experience the unique Korean native culture.
Seongsan Sunrise Peak (Seongsan Ilchulbong) rose from under the sea in a volcanic eruption over 100,000 years ago. Located on the eastern end of Jeju Island, there is a huge crater at the top of Seongsan Sunrise Peak. The crater is about 600m in diameter and 90m high. With the 99 sharp rocks surrounding the crater, it looks like a gigantic crown.