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Splash into the Summer of Jeju Island

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Availability
Every day
Minimum Pax
1 Person
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Languages

  • English
  • Chinese

Meet Location

  • At the lobby of your accommodation in Seoul

Included

  • Pick up service at accommodation in Seoul
  • Round-trip flight tickets
  • Local transportation
  • English/Chinese speaking tour guide
  • Entrance fees
  • Lunch

Excluded

  • Drop off service in Seoul
  • Accommodation
  • Other personal expenses

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2019-07-27 03:09
I was excited that this tour was available (same day fly in/fly out) as I only had one week in Seoul and heard amazing things about Jeju Island. It was a long day of travel but so worth it. I chose the Western Course as it had the activities which most appealed to me. After being picked up at Jeju airport, we proceeded for about 45 minutes to Hyupjae Beach which was beautiful: a touch of Caribbean flair in Asia. Next was Hanlim Park and it was nice because we had choices of where we wanted to go within the park (definitely check out the lava cave!). The green tea field stop was just ok; it was my least favorite of the tour but most likely because I do not like the flavor of green tea so it did not mean much to me. Lunch was a so-so buffet at a weird, sterile hotel: it sort of felt like American summer/space camp. Afterwards we did the Mt. Sanbang ‘cruise’ which was more like a ferry. We were lucky because Jeju can have unpredictable weather and this portion of the tour does not always occur. It was pretty choppy on the water (beware if you get seasick) but the close up views of Brother Islands was really cool. We were fortunate enough after the ‘cruise’ to meet a few of the Haenyeo: these are elderly women that free dive without oxygen tanks to catch sea cucumbers, abalone, seaweed among other items from the sea. Not many left in the world as the younger generation has no interest so a great experience to meet these phenomenal ladies. Towards the culmination of the tour, we had the option of going to the Teddy Bear museum or Cheonjeyeon Falls. I chose the waterfalls and these were neat but you should know in advance there are some steep stairs to go both up and down in order to view the sights. Overall a great tour and well organized: left my Seoul hotel at 5am and got home the same night at 10pm. Exhausting but so glad I did it and I recommend you do the same (whichever course that appeals to you the most)! Side note: The tour had both English as well as Chinese speaking guides. Our English guide (I forgot her name, Sunny maybe? She’s the one in my pics pointing on the Hanlim Park map) was amazing.
2019-07-27 03:09
I was excited that this tour was available (same day fly in/fly out) as I only had one week in Seoul and heard amazing things about Jeju Island. It was a long day of travel but so worth it. I chose the Western Course as it had the activities which most appealed to me. After being picked up at Jeju airport, we proceeded for about 45 minutes to Hyupjae Beach which was beautiful: a touch of Caribbean flair in Asia. Next was Hanlim Park and it was nice because we had choices of where we wanted to go within the park (definitely check out the lava cave!). The green tea field stop was just ok; it was my least favorite of the tour but most likely because I do not like the flavor of green tea so it did not mean much to me. Lunch was a so-so buffet at a weird, sterile hotel: it sort of felt like American summer/space camp. Afterwards we did the Mt. Sanbang ‘cruise’ which was more like a ferry. We were lucky because Jeju can have unpredictable weather and this portion of the tour does not always occur. It was pretty choppy on the water (beware if you get seasick) but the close up views of Brother Islands was really cool. We were fortunate enough after the ‘cruise’ to meet a few of the Haenyeo: these are elderly women that free dive without oxygen tanks to catch sea cucumbers, abalone, seaweed among other items from the sea. Not many left in the world as the younger generation has no interest so a great experience to meet these phenomenal ladies. Towards the culmination of the tour, we had the option of going to the Teddy Bear museum or Cheonjeyeon Falls. I chose the waterfalls and these were neat but you should know in advance there are some steep stairs to go both up and down in order to view the sights. Overall a great tour and well organized: left my Seoul hotel at 5am and got home the same night at 10pm. Exhausting but so glad I did it and I recommend you do the same (whichever course that appeals to you the most)! Side note: The tour had both English as well as Chinese speaking guides. Our English guide (I forgot her name, Sunny maybe? She’s the one in my pics pointing on the Hanlim Park map) was amazing.
2019-07-27 03:09
I was excited that this tour was available (same day fly in/fly out) as I only had one week in Seoul and heard amazing things about Jeju Island. It was a long day of travel but so worth it. I chose the Western Course as it had the activities which most appealed to me. After being picked up at Jeju airport, we proceeded for about 45 minutes to Hyupjae Beach which was beautiful: a touch of Caribbean flair in Asia. Next was Hanlim Park and it was nice because we had choices of where we wanted to go within the park (definitely check out the lava cave!). The green tea field stop was just ok; it was my least favorite of the tour but most likely because I do not like the flavor of green tea so it did not mean much to me. Lunch was a so-so buffet at a weird, sterile hotel: it sort of felt like American summer/space camp. Afterwards we did the Mt. Sanbang ‘cruise’ which was more like a ferry. We were lucky because Jeju can have unpredictable weather and this portion of the tour does not always occur. It was pretty choppy on the water (beware if you get seasick) but the close up views of Brother Islands was really cool. We were fortunate enough after the ‘cruise’ to meet a few of the Haenyeo: these are elderly women that free dive without oxygen tanks to catch sea cucumbers, abalone, seaweed among other items from the sea. Not many left in the world as the younger generation has no interest so a great experience to meet these phenomenal ladies. Towards the culmination of the tour, we had the option of going to the Teddy Bear museum or Cheonjeyeon Falls. I chose the waterfalls and these were neat but you should know in advance there are some steep stairs to go both up and down in order to view the sights. Overall a great tour and well organized: left my Seoul hotel at 5am and got home the same night at 10pm. Exhausting but so glad I did it and I recommend you do the same (whichever course that appeals to you the most)! Side note: The tour had both English as well as Chinese speaking guides. Our English guide (I forgot her name, Sunny maybe? She’s the one in my pics pointing on the Hanlim Park map) was amazing.
2019-07-27 03:09
I was excited that this tour was available (same day fly in/fly out) as I only had one week in Seoul and heard amazing things about Jeju Island. It was a long day of travel but so worth it. I chose the Western Course as it had the activities which most appealed to me. After being picked up at Jeju airport, we proceeded for about 45 minutes to Hyupjae Beach which was beautiful: a touch of Caribbean flair in Asia. Next was Hanlim Park and it was nice because we had choices of where we wanted to go within the park (definitely check out the lava cave!). The green tea field stop was just ok; it was my least favorite of the tour but most likely because I do not like the flavor of green tea so it did not mean much to me. Lunch was a so-so buffet at a weird, sterile hotel: it sort of felt like American summer/space camp. Afterwards we did the Mt. Sanbang ‘cruise’ which was more like a ferry. We were lucky because Jeju can have unpredictable weather and this portion of the tour does not always occur. It was pretty choppy on the water (beware if you get seasick) but the close up views of Brother Islands was really cool. We were fortunate enough after the ‘cruise’ to meet a few of the Haenyeo: these are elderly women that free dive without oxygen tanks to catch sea cucumbers, abalone, seaweed among other items from the sea. Not many left in the world as the younger generation has no interest so a great experience to meet these phenomenal ladies. Towards the culmination of the tour, we had the option of going to the Teddy Bear museum or Cheonjeyeon Falls. I chose the waterfalls and these were neat but you should know in advance there are some steep stairs to go both up and down in order to view the sights. Overall a great tour and well organized: left my Seoul hotel at 5am and got home the same night at 10pm. Exhausting but so glad I did it and I recommend you do the same (whichever course that appeals to you the most)! Side note: The tour had both English as well as Chinese speaking guides. Our English guide (I forgot her name, Sunny maybe? She’s the one in my pics pointing on the Hanlim Park map) was amazing.
2019-07-27 03:09
I was excited that this tour was available (same day fly in/fly out) as I only had one week in Seoul and heard amazing things about Jeju Island. It was a long day of travel but so worth it. I chose the Western Course as it had the activities which most appealed to me. After being picked up at Jeju airport, we proceeded for about 45 minutes to Hyupjae Beach which was beautiful: a touch of Caribbean flair in Asia. Next was Hanlim Park and it was nice because we had choices of where we wanted to go within the park (definitely check out the lava cave!). The green tea field stop was just ok; it was my least favorite of the tour but most likely because I do not like the flavor of green tea so it did not mean much to me. Lunch was a so-so buffet at a weird, sterile hotel: it sort of felt like American summer/space camp. Afterwards we did the Mt. Sanbang ‘cruise’ which was more like a ferry. We were lucky because Jeju can have unpredictable weather and this portion of the tour does not always occur. It was pretty choppy on the water (beware if you get seasick) but the close up views of Brother Islands was really cool. We were fortunate enough after the ‘cruise’ to meet a few of the Haenyeo: these are elderly women that free dive without oxygen tanks to catch sea cucumbers, abalone, seaweed among other items from the sea. Not many left in the world as the younger generation has no interest so a great experience to meet these phenomenal ladies. Towards the culmination of the tour, we had the option of going to the Teddy Bear museum or Cheonjeyeon Falls. I chose the waterfalls and these were neat but you should know in advance there are some steep stairs to go both up and down in order to view the sights. Overall a great tour and well organized: left my Seoul hotel at 5am and got home the same night at 10pm. Exhausting but so glad I did it and I recommend you do the same (whichever course that appeals to you the most)! Side note: The tour had both English as well as Chinese speaking guides. Our English guide (I forgot her name, Sunny maybe? She’s the one in my pics pointing on the Hanlim Park map) was amazing.
2019-07-27 03:09
I was excited that this tour was available (same day fly in/fly out) as I only had one week in Seoul and heard amazing things about Jeju Island. It was a long day of travel but so worth it. I chose the Western Course as it had the activities which most appealed to me. After being picked up at Jeju airport, we proceeded for about 45 minutes to Hyupjae Beach which was beautiful: a touch of Caribbean flair in Asia. Next was Hanlim Park and it was nice because we had choices of where we wanted to go within the park (definitely check out the lava cave!). The green tea field stop was just ok; it was my least favorite of the tour but most likely because I do not like the flavor of green tea so it did not mean much to me. Lunch was a so-so buffet at a weird, sterile hotel: it sort of felt like American summer/space camp. Afterwards we did the Mt. Sanbang ‘cruise’ which was more like a ferry. We were lucky because Jeju can have unpredictable weather and this portion of the tour does not always occur. It was pretty choppy on the water (beware if you get seasick) but the close up views of Brother Islands was really cool. We were fortunate enough after the ‘cruise’ to meet a few of the Haenyeo: these are elderly women that free dive without oxygen tanks to catch sea cucumbers, abalone, seaweed among other items from the sea. Not many left in the world as the younger generation has no interest so a great experience to meet these phenomenal ladies. Towards the culmination of the tour, we had the option of going to the Teddy Bear museum or Cheonjeyeon Falls. I chose the waterfalls and these were neat but you should know in advance there are some steep stairs to go both up and down in order to view the sights. Overall a great tour and well organized: left my Seoul hotel at 5am and got home the same night at 10pm. Exhausting but so glad I did it and I recommend you do the same (whichever course that appeals to you the most)! Side note: The tour had both English as well as Chinese speaking guides. Our English guide (I forgot her name, Sunny maybe? She’s the one in my pics pointing on the Hanlim Park map) was amazing.
2019-07-27 03:09
I was excited that this tour was available (same day fly in/fly out) as I only had one week in Seoul and heard amazing things about Jeju Island. It was a long day of travel but so worth it. I chose the Western Course as it had the activities which most appealed to me. After being picked up at Jeju airport, we proceeded for about 45 minutes to Hyupjae Beach which was beautiful: a touch of Caribbean flair in Asia. Next was Hanlim Park and it was nice because we had choices of where we wanted to go within the park (definitely check out the lava cave!). The green tea field stop was just ok; it was my least favorite of the tour but most likely because I do not like the flavor of green tea so it did not mean much to me. Lunch was a so-so buffet at a weird, sterile hotel: it sort of felt like American summer/space camp. Afterwards we did the Mt. Sanbang ‘cruise’ which was more like a ferry. We were lucky because Jeju can have unpredictable weather and this portion of the tour does not always occur. It was pretty choppy on the water (beware if you get seasick) but the close up views of Brother Islands was really cool. We were fortunate enough after the ‘cruise’ to meet a few of the Haenyeo: these are elderly women that free dive without oxygen tanks to catch sea cucumbers, abalone, seaweed among other items from the sea. Not many left in the world as the younger generation has no interest so a great experience to meet these phenomenal ladies. Towards the culmination of the tour, we had the option of going to the Teddy Bear museum or Cheonjeyeon Falls. I chose the waterfalls and these were neat but you should know in advance there are some steep stairs to go both up and down in order to view the sights. Overall a great tour and well organized: left my Seoul hotel at 5am and got home the same night at 10pm. Exhausting but so glad I did it and I recommend you do the same (whichever course that appeals to you the most)! Side note: The tour had both English as well as Chinese speaking guides. Our English guide (I forgot her name, Sunny maybe? She’s the one in my pics pointing on the Hanlim Park map) was amazing.
2019-07-27 03:09
I was excited that this tour was available (same day fly in/fly out) as I only had one week in Seoul and heard amazing things about Jeju Island. It was a long day of travel but so worth it. I chose the Western Course as it had the activities which most appealed to me. After being picked up at Jeju airport, we proceeded for about 45 minutes to Hyupjae Beach which was beautiful: a touch of Caribbean flair in Asia. Next was Hanlim Park and it was nice because we had choices of where we wanted to go within the park (definitely check out the lava cave!). The green tea field stop was just ok; it was my least favorite of the tour but most likely because I do not like the flavor of green tea so it did not mean much to me. Lunch was a so-so buffet at a weird, sterile hotel: it sort of felt like American summer/space camp. Afterwards we did the Mt. Sanbang ‘cruise’ which was more like a ferry. We were lucky because Jeju can have unpredictable weather and this portion of the tour does not always occur. It was pretty choppy on the water (beware if you get seasick) but the close up views of Brother Islands was really cool. We were fortunate enough after the ‘cruise’ to meet a few of the Haenyeo: these are elderly women that free dive without oxygen tanks to catch sea cucumbers, abalone, seaweed among other items from the sea. Not many left in the world as the younger generation has no interest so a great experience to meet these phenomenal ladies. Towards the culmination of the tour, we had the option of going to the Teddy Bear museum or Cheonjeyeon Falls. I chose the waterfalls and these were neat but you should know in advance there are some steep stairs to go both up and down in order to view the sights. Overall a great tour and well organized: left my Seoul hotel at 5am and got home the same night at 10pm. Exhausting but so glad I did it and I recommend you do the same (whichever course that appeals to you the most)! Side note: The tour had both English as well as Chinese speaking guides. Our English guide (I forgot her name, Sunny maybe? She’s the one in my pics pointing on the Hanlim Park map) was amazing.
2019-07-27 03:09
I was excited that this tour was available (same day fly in/fly out) as I only had one week in Seoul and heard amazing things about Jeju Island. It was a long day of travel but so worth it. I chose the Western Course as it had the activities which most appealed to me. After being picked up at Jeju airport, we proceeded for about 45 minutes to Hyupjae Beach which was beautiful: a touch of Caribbean flair in Asia. Next was Hanlim Park and it was nice because we had choices of where we wanted to go within the park (definitely check out the lava cave!). The green tea field stop was just ok; it was my least favorite of the tour but most likely because I do not like the flavor of green tea so it did not mean much to me. Lunch was a so-so buffet at a weird, sterile hotel: it sort of felt like American summer/space camp. Afterwards we did the Mt. Sanbang ‘cruise’ which was more like a ferry. We were lucky because Jeju can have unpredictable weather and this portion of the tour does not always occur. It was pretty choppy on the water (beware if you get seasick) but the close up views of Brother Islands was really cool. We were fortunate enough after the ‘cruise’ to meet a few of the Haenyeo: these are elderly women that free dive without oxygen tanks to catch sea cucumbers, abalone, seaweed among other items from the sea. Not many left in the world as the younger generation has no interest so a great experience to meet these phenomenal ladies. Towards the culmination of the tour, we had the option of going to the Teddy Bear museum or Cheonjeyeon Falls. I chose the waterfalls and these were neat but you should know in advance there are some steep stairs to go both up and down in order to view the sights. Overall a great tour and well organized: left my Seoul hotel at 5am and got home the same night at 10pm. Exhausting but so glad I did it and I recommend you do the same (whichever course that appeals to you the most)! Side note: The tour had both English as well as Chinese speaking guides. Our English guide (I forgot her name, Sunny maybe? She’s the one in my pics pointing on the Hanlim Park map) was amazing.
2019-07-27 03:09
I was excited that this tour was available (same day fly in/fly out) as I only had one week in Seoul and heard amazing things about Jeju Island. It was a long day of travel but so worth it. I chose the Western Course as it had the activities which most appealed to me. After being picked up at Jeju airport, we proceeded for about 45 minutes to Hyupjae Beach which was beautiful: a touch of Caribbean flair in Asia. Next was Hanlim Park and it was nice because we had choices of where we wanted to go within the park (definitely check out the lava cave!). The green tea field stop was just ok; it was my least favorite of the tour but most likely because I do not like the flavor of green tea so it did not mean much to me. Lunch was a so-so buffet at a weird, sterile hotel: it sort of felt like American summer/space camp. Afterwards we did the Mt. Sanbang ‘cruise’ which was more like a ferry. We were lucky because Jeju can have unpredictable weather and this portion of the tour does not always occur. It was pretty choppy on the water (beware if you get seasick) but the close up views of Brother Islands was really cool. We were fortunate enough after the ‘cruise’ to meet a few of the Haenyeo: these are elderly women that free dive without oxygen tanks to catch sea cucumbers, abalone, seaweed among other items from the sea. Not many left in the world as the younger generation has no interest so a great experience to meet these phenomenal ladies. Towards the culmination of the tour, we had the option of going to the Teddy Bear museum or Cheonjeyeon Falls. I chose the waterfalls and these were neat but you should know in advance there are some steep stairs to go both up and down in order to view the sights. Overall a great tour and well organized: left my Seoul hotel at 5am and got home the same night at 10pm. Exhausting but so glad I did it and I recommend you do the same (whichever course that appeals to you the most)! Side note: The tour had both English as well as Chinese speaking guides. Our English guide (I forgot her name, Sunny maybe? She’s the one in my pics pointing on the Hanlim Park map) was amazing.
2019-07-27 03:09
I was excited that this tour was available (same day fly in/fly out) as I only had one week in Seoul and heard amazing things about Jeju Island. It was a long day of travel but so worth it. I chose the Western Course as it had the activities which most appealed to me. After being picked up at Jeju airport, we proceeded for about 45 minutes to Hyupjae Beach which was beautiful: a touch of Caribbean flair in Asia. Next was Hanlim Park and it was nice because we had choices of where we wanted to go within the park (definitely check out the lava cave!). The green tea field stop was just ok; it was my least favorite of the tour but most likely because I do not like the flavor of green tea so it did not mean much to me. Lunch was a so-so buffet at a weird, sterile hotel: it sort of felt like American summer/space camp. Afterwards we did the Mt. Sanbang ‘cruise’ which was more like a ferry. We were lucky because Jeju can have unpredictable weather and this portion of the tour does not always occur. It was pretty choppy on the water (beware if you get seasick) but the close up views of Brother Islands was really cool. We were fortunate enough after the ‘cruise’ to meet a few of the Haenyeo: these are elderly women that free dive without oxygen tanks to catch sea cucumbers, abalone, seaweed among other items from the sea. Not many left in the world as the younger generation has no interest so a great experience to meet these phenomenal ladies. Towards the culmination of the tour, we had the option of going to the Teddy Bear museum or Cheonjeyeon Falls. I chose the waterfalls and these were neat but you should know in advance there are some steep stairs to go both up and down in order to view the sights. Overall a great tour and well organized: left my Seoul hotel at 5am and got home the same night at 10pm. Exhausting but so glad I did it and I recommend you do the same (whichever course that appeals to you the most)! Side note: The tour had both English as well as Chinese speaking guides. Our English guide (I forgot her name, Sunny maybe? She’s the one in my pics pointing on the Hanlim Park map) was amazing.
2019-07-27 03:09
I was excited that this tour was available (same day fly in/fly out) as I only had one week in Seoul and heard amazing things about Jeju Island. It was a long day of travel but so worth it. I chose the Western Course as it had the activities which most appealed to me. After being picked up at Jeju airport, we proceeded for about 45 minutes to Hyupjae Beach which was beautiful: a touch of Caribbean flair in Asia. Next was Hanlim Park and it was nice because we had choices of where we wanted to go within the park (definitely check out the lava cave!). The green tea field stop was just ok; it was my least favorite of the tour but most likely because I do not like the flavor of green tea so it did not mean much to me. Lunch was a so-so buffet at a weird, sterile hotel: it sort of felt like American summer/space camp. Afterwards we did the Mt. Sanbang ‘cruise’ which was more like a ferry. We were lucky because Jeju can have unpredictable weather and this portion of the tour does not always occur. It was pretty choppy on the water (beware if you get seasick) but the close up views of Brother Islands was really cool. We were fortunate enough after the ‘cruise’ to meet a few of the Haenyeo: these are elderly women that free dive without oxygen tanks to catch sea cucumbers, abalone, seaweed among other items from the sea. Not many left in the world as the younger generation has no interest so a great experience to meet these phenomenal ladies. Towards the culmination of the tour, we had the option of going to the Teddy Bear museum or Cheonjeyeon Falls. I chose the waterfalls and these were neat but you should know in advance there are some steep stairs to go both up and down in order to view the sights. Overall a great tour and well organized: left my Seoul hotel at 5am and got home the same night at 10pm. Exhausting but so glad I did it and I recommend you do the same (whichever course that appeals to you the most)! Side note: The tour had both English as well as Chinese speaking guides. Our English guide (I forgot her name, Sunny maybe? She’s the one in my pics pointing on the Hanlim Park map) was amazing.
2019-07-27 03:09
I was excited that this tour was available (same day fly in/fly out) as I only had one week in Seoul and heard amazing things about Jeju Island. It was a long day of travel but so worth it. I chose the Western Course as it had the activities which most appealed to me. After being picked up at Jeju airport, we proceeded for about 45 minutes to Hyupjae Beach which was beautiful: a touch of Caribbean flair in Asia. Next was Hanlim Park and it was nice because we had choices of where we wanted to go within the park (definitely check out the lava cave!). The green tea field stop was just ok; it was my least favorite of the tour but most likely because I do not like the flavor of green tea so it did not mean much to me. Lunch was a so-so buffet at a weird, sterile hotel: it sort of felt like American summer/space camp. Afterwards we did the Mt. Sanbang ‘cruise’ which was more like a ferry. We were lucky because Jeju can have unpredictable weather and this portion of the tour does not always occur. It was pretty choppy on the water (beware if you get seasick) but the close up views of Brother Islands was really cool. We were fortunate enough after the ‘cruise’ to meet a few of the Haenyeo: these are elderly women that free dive without oxygen tanks to catch sea cucumbers, abalone, seaweed among other items from the sea. Not many left in the world as the younger generation has no interest so a great experience to meet these phenomenal ladies. Towards the culmination of the tour, we had the option of going to the Teddy Bear museum or Cheonjeyeon Falls. I chose the waterfalls and these were neat but you should know in advance there are some steep stairs to go both up and down in order to view the sights. Overall a great tour and well organized: left my Seoul hotel at 5am and got home the same night at 10pm. Exhausting but so glad I did it and I recommend you do the same (whichever course that appeals to you the most)! Side note: The tour had both English as well as Chinese speaking guides. Our English guide (I forgot her name, Sunny maybe? She’s the one in my pics pointing on the Hanlim Park map) was amazing.
2019-07-27 03:09
I was excited that this tour was available (same day fly in/fly out) as I only had one week in Seoul and heard amazing things about Jeju Island. It was a long day of travel but so worth it. I chose the Western Course as it had the activities which most appealed to me. After being picked up at Jeju airport, we proceeded for about 45 minutes to Hyupjae Beach which was beautiful: a touch of Caribbean flair in Asia. Next was Hanlim Park and it was nice because we had choices of where we wanted to go within the park (definitely check out the lava cave!). The green tea field stop was just ok; it was my least favorite of the tour but most likely because I do not like the flavor of green tea so it did not mean much to me. Lunch was a so-so buffet at a weird, sterile hotel: it sort of felt like American summer/space camp. Afterwards we did the Mt. Sanbang ‘cruise’ which was more like a ferry. We were lucky because Jeju can have unpredictable weather and this portion of the tour does not always occur. It was pretty choppy on the water (beware if you get seasick) but the close up views of Brother Islands was really cool. We were fortunate enough after the ‘cruise’ to meet a few of the Haenyeo: these are elderly women that free dive without oxygen tanks to catch sea cucumbers, abalone, seaweed among other items from the sea. Not many left in the world as the younger generation has no interest so a great experience to meet these phenomenal ladies. Towards the culmination of the tour, we had the option of going to the Teddy Bear museum or Cheonjeyeon Falls. I chose the waterfalls and these were neat but you should know in advance there are some steep stairs to go both up and down in order to view the sights. Overall a great tour and well organized: left my Seoul hotel at 5am and got home the same night at 10pm. Exhausting but so glad I did it and I recommend you do the same (whichever course that appeals to you the most)! Side note: The tour had both English as well as Chinese speaking guides. Our English guide (I forgot her name, Sunny maybe? She’s the one in my pics pointing on the Hanlim Park map) was amazing.
2019-07-27 03:09
I was excited that this tour was available (same day fly in/fly out) as I only had one week in Seoul and heard amazing things about Jeju Island. It was a long day of travel but so worth it. I chose the Western Course as it had the activities which most appealed to me. After being picked up at Jeju airport, we proceeded for about 45 minutes to Hyupjae Beach which was beautiful: a touch of Caribbean flair in Asia. Next was Hanlim Park and it was nice because we had choices of where we wanted to go within the park (definitely check out the lava cave!). The green tea field stop was just ok; it was my least favorite of the tour but most likely because I do not like the flavor of green tea so it did not mean much to me. Lunch was a so-so buffet at a weird, sterile hotel: it sort of felt like American summer/space camp. Afterwards we did the Mt. Sanbang ‘cruise’ which was more like a ferry. We were lucky because Jeju can have unpredictable weather and this portion of the tour does not always occur. It was pretty choppy on the water (beware if you get seasick) but the close up views of Brother Islands was really cool. We were fortunate enough after the ‘cruise’ to meet a few of the Haenyeo: these are elderly women that free dive without oxygen tanks to catch sea cucumbers, abalone, seaweed among other items from the sea. Not many left in the world as the younger generation has no interest so a great experience to meet these phenomenal ladies. Towards the culmination of the tour, we had the option of going to the Teddy Bear museum or Cheonjeyeon Falls. I chose the waterfalls and these were neat but you should know in advance there are some steep stairs to go both up and down in order to view the sights. Overall a great tour and well organized: left my Seoul hotel at 5am and got home the same night at 10pm. Exhausting but so glad I did it and I recommend you do the same (whichever course that appeals to you the most)! Side note: The tour had both English as well as Chinese speaking guides. Our English guide (I forgot her name, Sunny maybe? She’s the one in my pics pointing on the Hanlim Park map) was amazing.
2018-10-03 18:50
It was one of the best experiences I had during my trip to Korea. Everything was very comfortable - we didn't need to take care of anything, trazy took care of everything themselves - including moving to the airport, moving around Jeju and the flight. The tour was beyond interesting and the guide had very good English. I 100% recommend this tour to anyone traveling to Korea. It will be your once in a life time experience.
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Overview

Visiting Jeju Island in one day from Seoul is not an impossible mission!

If you wish to visit Jeju Island but don't have plenty of time, this package is the solution! You will take an early morning flight & a late night flight from/to Seoul and enjoy Jeju Island during the day with the ultimate bus tour that stops by just the best destinations of Jeju. Everything is taken care of, from the moment you leave your place until you come back to Seoul.

Why this tour?
▷All-in-one day trip package to Jeju Island:
   - Hotel pickup & transfer service in Seoul (from your hotel to Gimpo Airport)
   - Round-trip flight tickets
   - 1 day Jeju local tour
   - Entrance fees & lunch in Jeju
▷Visit Jeju’s top-shelf destinations in 1 day
▷Great for those who are running short on time: get back to Seoul on the same day

Itinerary

1) East Course (Tue/Thu/Sat)
5:20amPick up at your accommodation in Seoul
6:00am~6:30amSelf check-in at the airport
7:00am~8:00amFly to Jeju Island from Gimpo Airport
8:30amArrive at Jeju Airport Gate 5
9:15amJoin the tour

From June 5, 2018
1) Horseback riding experience
- Rainy days: Fanta-stick Show
2) Seongeup Folk Village
3) Lunch (Jeju BBQ or bibimbap)
4) Gwangchigi Beach
5) Woman Diver Show
- Rainy days: Jeju Haenyeo (women divers) Museum
6) Seongsan Sunrise Peak
- Rainy days: Hanwha Aqua Planet Jeju
7) Manjanggul Cave (via Jongdalri Shore Road)
- Rainy days: Jeju Folklore & Natural History Museum
5:30pm~6:00pmDrop off at Jeju Airport Gate 5 (Self check-in)
~8:30pmFly back to Gimpo Airport

*Manjang Cave is not opening on the first Wednesday of every month
*Seongsan Sunrise Peak is not opening on the first Monday of every month



2) West Course (Mon/Wed/Fri)
5:20amPick up at your accommodation in Seoul
6:00am~6:30amSelf check-in at the airport
7:00am~8:00amFly to Jeju Island from Gimpo Airport
8:30amArrive at Jeju Airport Gate 5
9:15amJoin the tour

From June 4, 2018
1) Hyeopjae beach
2) Hallim Park
3) Lunch (Buffet)
4) O'Sulloc Tea Museum
5) Sanbangsan Mountain Cruise for about 1 hour
- Rainy days: Pacific Land Marine Stage show
6) Cheonjeyeon Waterfall or Teddy Bear Museum (choose one)
5:30pm~6:00pmDrop off at Jeju Airport Gate 5 (Self check-in)
~8:30pmFly back to Gimpo Airport





3) South Course (Sun)
5:20amPick up at your accommodation in Seoul
6:00am~6:30amSelf check-in at the airport
7:00am~8:00amFly to Jeju Island from Gimpo Airport
8:30amArrive at Jeju Airport Gate 5
9:15amJoin the tour

From June 10, 2018
1) Mysterious Road
2) Hallasan National Park
- Rainy days: design & make your own Tea Coaster with pressed flower (+tea time)
3) Alive Museum Jeju
4) Lunch (Bibimbap or seafood stew)
5) Jusangjeolli Cliff
6) Oedolgae Rock
- Rainy days:Yakcheonsa Temple
7) Jeongbang Waterfall
5:30pm~6:00pmDrop off at Jeju Airport Gate 5 (Self check-in)
~8:30pmFly back to Gimpo Airport




*The itineraries are subject to change depending on local/agency conditions.
*The pick-up service in Seoul will be between 5:30am~6:00am.
*The flight schedules will be between the following hours:
- Gimpo Airport Jeju Airport: 6:30am~7:30am
- Jeju Airport Gimpo Airport: 7:30pm~8:30pm
*The pick up/flight times are subject to change depending on circumstances. The exact times will be informed to you at least 2 days before departure.
*The south course is not available in December.

How to book

  • 1. Complete your booking.
  • 2. Check your email.
  • 3. Enjoy it.

Please
keep in mind

1. The exact pick up time and flight information will be sent to you in a separate email within 1 week after booking.
2. The pick up service is only available at accommodations in Seoul. At the end of the tour, you will be dropped off at Jeju Airport where you will check-in on your own to come back to Seoul.

Cancellation
policy

All times are based on Korea Standard Time (KST) (GMT + 9 hours)
Until 5 days before the trip: cancellation fee of 15 USD per person
3~4 days before the trip: 80% refund
2 days before the trip: 50% refund
1 day before the trip or less: Non-refundable
*If you need to reschedule your reservation, please check the availability with us at least 7 days before the original reserved date (no later than 5:00m KST).