South Korea Tours & Travel | Departing 2021

15 Days
Category:
  • Busan's Haedong Yonggungsa Temple in South Korea
  • Gwangan Bridge at sunrise, Busan City, South Korea
  • Gyeongbokgung-Palace-Seoul-South-Korea
  • Cheomseongdae-Observatory
  • De-Militarised-Zone-South-Korea
  • Street parade South Korea
  • South-Korea-autumn-leaves
  • South-korea-traditional-temple-with-lanterns
  • South-Korea-Seoul-ladies-selling-dumplings
  • View from Jeju island, UNESCO site in South Korea.
  • South-Korea-mountain
  • Cheonjeyeon Falls, Jeju Island, South Korea
  • south-korea-traditional-walled-gate
  • South-korea-giant-painted-drum-man-traditional-clothing
  • Korea-Seoul
  • Markets in South Korea
  • South-Korea-temple

While there is much to see and do in Seoul, you need to leave the capital to understand Korea. Here you will find the most beautiful traditional villages, UNESCO temples and Buddhas, countryside with hills full of native trees and rice paddies. At just 100,000 square km, South Korea is geographically a small country that is easy to get around, so you can see a lot without spending long days on the road. A two-week visit is needed to obtain a good feel for what it has to offer. There’s history galore, a wonderful, ancient culture combined with modern lifestyle surrounded by technology, great food and stunning scenery. It’s kind of Japan meets China but with its own distinct feel. The capital, Seoul, is a very modern megalopolis with many satellite cities blending into one. It has a population of around 10 million – about a quarter of the country’s total population. Join our South Korea tour and find out for yourself. 

TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

  1. Regional Korea’s temples, traditional villages and stunning countryside
  2. The Jagalchi Fish Markets in Busan
  3. Jeju Island
  4. The bustling metropolis that is Seoul
  5. The beauty of Mt Gaya National Park
  6. Andong and the nearby preserved Hahoe Village
DEPARTURE DATE
2021 (departure date to be confirmed)
DURATION 15 days
TOUR COST $8,995
SINGLE SUPPLEMENT
$1,425 Additional
INCLUDED
Internal flights as per itinerary
All transportation as per itinerary
Twin-share accommodation
Transfers to and from hotels as per itinerary
Meals as listed on the itinerary
Entry fees to places of interest as per itinerary
All tipping including drivers and guides
Experienced English speaking local tour guide
Escorted by an Australian host (subject to minimum number of 10 clients)

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • Tour cost excludes international flights
  • Tours depart with a minimum of 4 clients
  • No more than 16 clients on any trip
  • Tour extensions – before or after tour extensions can be arranged on your behalf
  • International flights can be arranged by Blue Dot Travel
  • To book and reserve your place on a tour, a deposit of $500 and a completed booking form is required

South Korea flies under the radar as a unique travel destination.

A two-week visit is needed to obtain a good feel for what it has to offer. There’s history galore, a wonderful, ancient culture combined with modern lifestyle surrounded by technology, great food and stunning scenery. It’s kind of Japan meets China but with its own distinct feel.

At just 100,000 square km, South Korea is geographically a small country that is easy to get around, so you can see a lot without spending long days on the road.

The capital, Seoul, is a very modern megalopolis with many satellite cities blending into one. It has a population of around 10 million – about a quarter of the country’s total population.

While there is much to see and do in Seoul, you need to leave the capital to experience real Korea; traditional villages, UNESCO-listed temples and Buddha’s, large and small cities, gorgeous countryside with hills full of native trees and rice paddies on what appears to be every spare piece of flat land.

Don’t be surprised if you get a few stares from the locals travelling through the countryside as regional Koreans see very few Westerners.

If you enjoy scenic views, trying different foods, friendly people, and exploring villages and towns, then grab your camera and join us!

TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

  1. Korea’s temples, traditional villages and stunning countryside
  2. The Jagalchi Fish Markets in Busan
  3. Jeju Island
  4. The bustling metropolis that is Seoul
  5. The beauty of Mt Gaya National Park
  6. Andong and the nearby preserved Hahoe Village