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  • 11 DAYS ROUND KOREA BY COACH TOUR

    11 Days
    from $3,250.00
    Seoul, Gyeongju, Busan, DMZ, Andong – Hahoe Folk Village, Mt Seorak, Yongin – Korean Folk Village, Daegu, Hapcheon – Haeinsa Temple, Chungju, Mt Songnisan
    Fully Escorted Tour, Small Group Tour
    Culture & Festival, DMZ, Temple Stay, UNESCO
    Taiwan Holidays
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  • Korea Cycle Tour

    9 Days
    from $3,590.00 / Person
    Seoul, Andong – Hahoe Folk Village, Chuncheon, Chungju, Sangju, Yeoju
    Small Group Tour
    Culture & Festival, Cycle Tour, UNESCO
    Situated on the Han River, Seoul is the capital and largest metropolis of South Korea, and the starting point for our tour. In Seoul, bicycle paths are available on both sides of the river and we leave the city on excellent new cycle paths as the Han river leads us into a tranquil rural countryside. Seventy percent of South Korea is covered in natural forest and as the cycle paths follow the rivers the terrain is mostly easy. Restaurants and cafes are located on these paths and you will meet many local cyclists who have embraced Korea's new cycling culture. Each day we will take in different sights, visit cultural icons, stay in a great variety of accommodation and taste a delicious variety of Korean cuisine. On our return to Seoul, which is ringed by mountains, if time allows we will have the option to hike Mount Inwang, one of Korea's most sacred mountains.
    World Expeditions
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  • KOREA HIGHLIGHTS 12 DAYS

    12 Days
    from $6,237.00 / Person
    Seoul, Gyeongju, Busan, DMZ, Andong – Hahoe Folk Village, Mt Seorak, Jeju Island, Daegu, Chungju
    Fully Escorted Tour, Private Tour, Small Group Tour
    Culture & Festival, DMZ, UNESCO
    South Korea is a place of dazzling cities, friendly people and beautiful countryside. The wars and Japanese occupation of last century shattered the country's long period of dynastic rule. The difficult times made the Koreans a resilient lot, succeeding economically whilst still holding on to their unique traditions and fascinating culture. Korea is littered with fortresses, temples and palaces, many of them UNESCO World Heritage sites. In addition, the peninsula it shares with North Korea is one of the most mountainous regions in the world, and has a significant beach-dotted coastline.
    InterAsia
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  • KOREA TOUR PACKAGE

    11 Days
    from $2,750.00 / Person
    Seoul, Gyeongju, Busan, DMZ, Andong – Hahoe Folk Village, Mt Seorak, Yongin – Korean Folk Village, Daegu, Hapcheon – Haeinsa Temple, Chungju, Mt Songnisan
    Fully Escorted Tour, Private Tour, Small Group Tour
    Culture & Festival, DMZ, Temple Stay, UNESCO
    Palm Tour
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  • Korean Cycle Tour

    9 Days
    from $4,290.00 / Person
    Seoul, Andong – Hahoe Folk Village, Chuncheon, Chungju, Sangju, Yeoju
    Small Group Tour
    Culture & Festival, Cycle Tour, UNESCO
    Cycle along the Han River Bike Path, visit temples and unique sights while tasting delicious Korean Cuisine.

    In June 2013 Adventure South were fortunate to be invited by the Korean Tourism Organization (KTO) on an exploratory ride in Korea and in doing so discovered a wonderful new cycling destination. The South Korean Government has invested heavily in dedicated cycle paths & trails of a very high quality in recent years (currently 1500 kms of a planned 2500 kms of trail are completed) and cycling has been enthusiastically taken up by the locals.

    By combining these great trails with the good climate, excellent food, an interesting modern culture and a friendly and welcoming people, South Korea is soon to become a very popular cycle tour destination.
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