Jeju Island Break

Enjoy a break to Jeju Island. With its stunning scenery, natural environment, scenic beaches, waterfalls, coastal cliffs and caves, this is an island that has something for everyone year-round. Visit the lava tubes and scenic gardens at Hallim Park, take in breath-taking views of the Dragon Head Coast on a boat trip and explore Manjanggul the world’s longest lava tube.

Best time to travel: April to Jun and September to November

Private touring

Prices are seasonal, twin-sharing, and include accommodation, breakfast, transfers, and tours with a professional English-speaking guide.

Starts from: GBP 480 per person, Standard Class Hotels

International and domestic airfares are additional

 

Jeju Island  Break at a glance
  • Day 1: Arrive Jeju Island
  • Day 2: Explore the scenic gardens at Hallim Park and a boat ride to see spectacular cliffs
  • Day 3: Sunrise at Seongsan Sunrise Peak and visit Manjanggul Cave
  • Day 4: Time for tea at O’sulloc Tea Museum and souvenirs at Dongmun traditional market
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Day 1: Arrive Jeju Island

Upon arrival at Jeju Island, you will be met by your driver and transferred to your hotel. The rest of the day is at leisure.

 

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Day 2: Explore the scenic gardens at Hallim Park and a boat ride to see spectacular cliffs

Enjoy a full-day tour of Jeju Island.

Begin the day with a visit to Hallim Park to see its scenic gardens and mysterious lava caves. Head to Hyeopjae Beach, one of Jeju’s famous beaches with miles of white sandy shores. After lunch, enjoy a boat ride where you will see Dragon Head Coast, Mt Sanbangsan and Jusannggeolli Cliff from the boat.

End the day with a visit to Cheonjeyeonpokpo Falls, named "The Pond of God," which consists of three sections. The first waterfall falls into a pond with a depth of 21 meters. From here, it falls two more times, creating the second and third waterfalls, which then flow into the sea. 

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Day 3: Sunrise at Seongsan Sunrise Peak and visit Manjanggul Cave

Start the day with a 30-minute hike for a breath-taking sunrise at Seongsan Ilchulbong Peak (Sunrise Peak) a large volcanic rock cone. The 180-metre-high cone was originally a volcanic island. The western flank is connected to the land, while the rest features precipitous cliffs rising straight out of the ocean with a huge crater at the top of the peak.
Enjoy sweeping coastal scenery at Seopjikoji. Head to the Lighthouse for an impressive view of the shoreline with the Seongsan Ilchulbong Tuff Cone in the distance.

Afterwards, explore UNESCO World Heritage Manjanggul Lava Cave, the longest lava tube in the world.

Spend the rest of the day relaxing at one of Jeju’s fabulous beaches.

Day 4: Time for tea at O’sulloc Tea Museum and souvenirs at Dongmun traditional market

Early morning visit to the O’sulloc Tea Museum, the first and the largest tea museum in Korea. Learn about the history of tea and visit the exhibits of Korea’s old tea vessels and utensils along with teacups from around the world. The tea shop has good quality green tea and various assortments of blended tea that make for great gifts to take home.

Afterwards, head to Dongmun Market, one of the major traditional markets of Jeju first established soon after the liberation of Korea in August 1945. Try local delicacies and browse for travel souvenirs.

Transfer to the airport for your onward flight.

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