Tour Itinerary       Every Saturday 

UNESCO World Heritage of Korea is visiting major world cultural and natural heritage in Korea designated by UNESCO in order to help foreign visitors to have broad and deep understanding of Korean culture and tradition in a short time.



Day 1 : Seoul, South Korea
Arrive Incheon International Airport and transfer to the hotel where the remainder of the day will be free at leisure.


Day 2 : Jeju
Early morning flight from Gimpo Airport to Jeju Island.  After meeting  your tour guide at Jeju Airport, then head out to Yongduam Rock (Dragon Head Rock). Admire the majestic rock formations and deep-blue waters. Stop for lunch at local restaurant.   Enjoy Korean Fantastic performance - Arirang  Show,  continue with a hike to the Ohreum (peak) of one of the parasitic mountains around Mount Halla (optional, depends upon flight arrival time). Check in hotel.
HOTEL: Jeju Kal Hotel  or similar


Day 3 : Jeju
Breakfast at your hotel, and then enjoy a full day of sightseeing. Visit Cheonjeyeon Falls (The Pond of God), Continue to the Gyulimseong tangerine farm and followed by a scenic cruise aboard the Seogwipo Pleasure Boat. Stop for lunch at the local restaurant.  Visit Spirited Garden, recognized as the most beautiful garden in the world by the press and renowned guest from around the world who have visited since it opened on July 30.1992 . Take a walk “Olle” a narrow pathway. Complete the day with a walk along the shores of Yongmeori Beach; if closed*, visit Sangbanggulsa cave instead.

Dinner on your own and transfer to hotel.
HOTEL :Jeju Kal Hotel  or similar


Day 4 : Jeju to Busan
Breakfast at your hotel and then visit Seongsan Ilchulbong Peak, World Heritage designated by UNESCO.  Next, exploring the Seongeup Folk Village, renowned for perfectly preserving Korean traditions.
This village also boasts many cultural landmarks, such as Confucian shrines and schools, millstones, and more.  Have a lunch at local restaurant.  Head for Manjang Cave, World Heritage by UNESCO.  Visit Korean Jewelry Amethyst  and local product store. Transferred back to Jeju Airport and fly  to Busan in the late afternoon.   Upon arrival, meet with tour guide and then drive to Busan downtown, the second largest city in Korea, surrounded by mountains and the East Sea.
HOTEL: Busan Novotel or similar


Day 5: Busan to  Gyeongju
Breakfast at the hotel. Move to Gyeongju, a museum without walls. In 57 BC, around when Julius Caesar was subduing Gaul, it became the capital of the Shilla Dynasty and remained so for about 1000 years. Gyeongju preserves a vast amount of significant and fascinating historical heritage.

Along with Bulguksa Temple and Seokguram Grotto, its historical district has been designated as a World Heritage by UNESCO. Gyeongju National Museum, & Cheomgseongdae Astronomical Observatory, Seokguram Grotto (UNESCO world heritage) - an artificial stone temple made of granites, located on the eastern peak of Mt. Toham.
Inside the round-shaped main hall, there are the Bonjon Statue, Bodhi-Sattava and his disciples. It was built to preserve these statues. Bulguksa Temple (UNESCO world heritage) – The beauty of the temple itself and artistic touch of the stone relics are as awesome and fascinating as to be highly praised by visitors from all over the world. Move to Gayasan National Park.  Check in at hotel.

HOTEL: Haeinsa-Temple Tourist  or similar

Day 6: Gyeongju  to  Andong, Mt.Seorak
After check-out hotel, visit the Haeinsa Temple located in Gayasan National Park. Haeinsa Temple was founded by King Ae-Jang of Shilla Dynasty (802), well known for its famous treasure “ Tripitaka Koreana ”(UNESCO world heritage) composed of 81,341 printing woodblocks made to repulse the Mongolian Army Invasion with support of Buddha.
And then transfer to Andong Hahoe Village which has preserved the housing architecture and the village structure of the Joseon Dynasty.Moreover, the Village was not artificially created; there are people who actually live there. The Hahoe Village has become world-famous for the visit of The Queen Elizabeth II of Britain several years ago.

And then transfer to Sokcho, a port of fishing boats and commercial ships. Check in at hotel located close to Sokcho seashore.
HOTEL: Maremons Hotel or similar


Day 7:  Mt.Seorak to Seoul
Move to Seoraksan National Park of which the peaks break through the clouds while jade-like water flows through the valleys, creating breathtaking views and making this Korea’s most famous national park. UNESCO designated this park a Biosphere Preservation District in 1982 due to so many rare species found here.
Visit Sinheungsa located in Mt.Seorak which is an ancient temple with deep historical significance, built by a great monk Jajangyulsa (590~658). (Optional Tour: Gwongeumseong Cable Car–USD15.00).
Gwongeumseong is a site of castle ruins located on the steep Dol Mountain of Seoraksan National Park area. After sightseeing of Seoraksan National Park, move to Seoul. Check in at hotel and take a rest.
HOTEL : Vabien II Hotel or similar


Day 8: Seoul  to  Hwasung Fortress
Pass-by Cheongwadae (Presidential residence), Jongmyo Royal Shrine (UNESCO world heritage)– the worship place for the kings of the JOSEON Dynasty well known for its tradition and customs such as the well preserved memorial services and traditional music which dates back to 600 years ago. Changdeokgung Palace (UNESCO world heritage) – The Palace served as the main building after 9th king Seojong of Joseon, when a number of kings used this palace as a place of dwelling and working.


It is comprised of a public palace area, a royal family residence building, and the rear garden which has been kept as natural as possible and where human hands were only used when absolutely necessary. Move to Hwaseong Fortress (UNESCO world heritage) located in Suwon City, Gyeonggi-do province, one and a half hour drive south of Seoul.

Hwangseong Fortress was started and completed by King Jeongjo of Joseon Dynasty (1392~1910) in September of 1796. An interesting point to note about the Fortress is that it was planned and built using the ideas of practical science.
Both stones and bricks were used, while heavy materials were lifted by using a system of pulleys to reduce building time, and the scientific structures made it possible to attack and defend effectively.
It was a pioneering achievement for that era in terms of cutting down the estimated building time of 10 years to an impressive 33 months.Back to your hotel and take a rest.
HOTEL : Vabien II Hotel or similar


Day 9:  Seoul Departure

Tour Dates :  Every Saturday, minimum 2 persons



Land Only

(per person based on twin-sharing) C$











Includes :   Domestic air tickets,  Seoul/Jeju/Busan,. Accommodation based on twin-sharing, seat-in-coach tours, admission fees, English speaking guide service.  

Meals :  8 breakfasts / 7 lunches


Not included :  International air tickets, tipping and gratuity to driver and tour guide, any personal expenses and meals not specified in the itinerary..

 Remarks :  Rates quoted in Canadian Dollars above are subject to change   without prior notice due  to currency exchange rate fluctuation.


High season surcharge may be applied during the summer holidays (July/August), festivals, holidays and convention periods.