8-Days – Departs Daily on a Private Basis; Seoul, ChunCheon, Jeju

Embark on a thrilling summertime excursion in Korea. From late spring to early autumn, Korea offers a plethora of outdoor activities and adventures, ranging from skydiving in Ansan to windsurfing Seoul’s Han River to hiking on Jeju Island. Your journey will cover a significant amount of this diverse land, and along the way, decompress between adventures at Korean-style saunas, called jjimjilbangs. In addition, venture off the tourist path to take part in several unique, exclusive activities, thereby ensuring an unforgettable excursion into the soul of this beautiful land.

Proposed programme: Begin your adventure in Seoul, windsurfing the Han River, the mighty waterway that splits the mega-city in two. Wake boarding and water skiing options are also available, although for Seoul residents, windsurfing is the sport of choice along the Han. Spend the night relaxing at a jjimjilbang, the Korean-style spa. Enter Gangwondo’s Odaesan National Park. During the latter part of the day, trek to Birobong Peak, stopping at your discretion to the various Buddhist shrines along the way. This morning, traverse the waters of the scenic Gangwondo province via canoeing, rafting, or kayaking. After your arrival in Chuncheon, take part in an authentic local meal of dalkkalbi, a savory chicken dish served family style. Today, muster your courage and prepare youself for the thrill of a lifetime. You’re going to sky dive in Ansan. Attain a rare bird’s-eye view of this mountainous country from over two miles in the air. Wake early this morning and catch a flight south to Jeju. Unwind on the gorgeous Jeju Island. Explore Jeju’s underwater world in a diving excursion. Jeju is a famous diving destination, with its tradition of haenyeo, or Jeju diving women, who are able to stay submerged for over two minutes without equipment. Of course, you will be given equipment for your dives. Later, charter a boat or just relax on the beach at your leisure. On your final day, hike Hallasan, Jeju’s central mountain and a Korean favorite. Structurally a shield volcano, this natural gem is home to the oldest Buddhist temple of the island. Depart for Seoul and connect to your long-haul flight home or to your next destination.

This Is Just A Teaser Of The Many Possibilities Awaiting You. South Korea Goes Well With: Japan, China, Taiwan, Hong Kong MEET AN EXPERT We enjoyed seeing the DMZ from both South and North, as well as the colorful changing of the guards at Seoul’s palaces.  CONTACT US

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