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Asia’s third-largest economy is a melange of hilly countrysides dotted with cherry trees, neon-lit urban sprawls, ancient Buddhist temples and palaces, quaint fishing villages with Korean hanok (traditional houses), hidden sub-tropical islands and 5000 years of culture and history. While South Korea may not feature on your list of Asian countries to visit, it will once you realise that South Korea tourism has destinations for all seasons, craggy peaks that transform into skiing slopes in winter, beaches and the sea that gleam under the summer sun and national parks that turn from green to gold in the fall and remote islands that wink secretively at you and beckon. It seems almost paradoxical that the beautiful South Korea shares a heavily militarised border with North Korea. Apart from its natural beauty, South Korea tourism is famed for the warm hospitality it offers. The people there are always ready to lend a helping hand to tourists and readily engage in conversations with strangers while sharing a drink or a meal. Locals can make or break a place and one of the perks of South Korea tourism is the gracious residents there who, conditioned by Confucian principles, are always there to help make your stay a joyful one. Even locals who live simple lives on remote islands in fishing or farming communities welcome tourists to come and stay with them for a while in humble dwellings or eat at simple seafood cafes without inhibitions. If you feel more at ease in a fast-paced cosmopolitan setting, South Korea tourism has that too. Seoul, South Korea’s capital, is a whirl of constant motion by day and a hotbed of dazzling South Korea tourist attractions by nights. Swanky bars and pubs, hidden watering holes, boutique hotels, pulsating nightlife, sizzling street food and busy markets – you’ll find it all in Seoul.

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Seoul - Gyeongbokgung Palace - Changdeok Palace - Korean Ginseng - Demilitarized Zone - DMZ Peace Train - Dorasan Station - Dorasan Peace Park - Dora Observatory - 3rd Infiltration Tunnel - Itaewon Street - KTX A Bullet Train - Busan - Sea Walk by Glass Bridge - Dalmaji Hills - Jeju Island - Western or Eastern Area

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DAY 1:
Assemble at Kochi International airport, meet our tour manager and proceed for check-in & emigration formalities. Board your flight which departs to Seoul Incheon via Singapore.

DAY 2:
Arrives at Incheon airport and transfer to hotel. Evening leisure time to enjoy the nightlife. Overnight stay in the hotel at Seoul.

DAY 3:
After breakfast, visit Morning Palace and enjoy Royal Guard Changing Ceremony. Gyeongbokgung Palace, located north of Gwanghwamun Square, is one of the most iconic sights in all of Korea thanks to its long and storied history. Construction on Gyeongbokgung Palace was completed in 1395 at the beginning of the Joseon Dynasty during the reign of King Taejo. Then drive pass by Insadong antique shopping street, Lunch at local restaurant, Shopping centre of Korean Ginseng or Amethyst, Traditional Market, Namdaemun - Changdeok Palace Joseon Dynasty, and is the most well-preserved of the five remaining royal Joseon palaces. The palace grounds are comprised of a public palace area, a royal family residence building, and the rear garden. Known as a place of rest for the kings, the rear garden boasts a gigantic tree that is over 300 years old, a small pond and a pavilion. Overnight stay in the hotel at Seoul.

DAY 4:
Morning after Breakfast, depart for Demilitarized zone is a place one must visit to gain an understanding into the Korean psyche, which has largely been formed through the occupations, wars and division the nation has suffered over the years. Even with its past, the area is quite safe for travellers and is one of the most fascinating day trip options from Seoul.
DMZ Peace Train-: Overcoming the pain of history and focusing on the greatness of nature and life, the DMZ train is introduced with three cabins, each with a theme of peace, love and harmony respectively. Seats with great views of the outside, cafe, photo-zone, photo gallery and many other services are provided in this tourist train. Passengers can enjoy great scenic views on the DMZ train as it bypasses the renowned Impinging Railroad Bridge.
Dorasan Station-: Dorasan Station is one of the northernmost railway stations on the Gyeonggi Line, connecting Seoul to Sinuiju. The station was visited by previous Korean President Kim Dae-Jung and pervious American President George H.W. Bush. The station has become a symbol of the efforts for a unified Korea.
Dorasan Peace Park-: Dorasan Peace Park is an Eco park featuring a pond in the shape of the Korean peninsula with a boardwalk around it. The park’s exhibition hall teaches about the history of Dorasan Station and presents information and materials on the ecology of the DMZ.
Dora Observatory-: Dora Observatory is the northern-most observatory on the Western section of the DMZ. The binoculars offer views of the city of Gaeseong, Songaksan Mountain, and the Statue of Kim Il-sung in North Korea. The area just beyond the observatory is within a military outpost command, so photography is strictly prohibited here. In addition, the observatory is located within the Civilian Control Line, so visitors must join the Dorasan Security Tour to visit.
3rd Infiltration Tunnel-: Discovered in 1978, the Third Infiltration Tunnel was dug by the Northern army to spy on their Southern counterparts. The tunnel is 1,635 meters long, with a height and width of 2 meters. It is estimated that over 30,000 soldiers would have been able to pass through the tunnel in just one hour. It has become an all-inclusive tourist attraction, with a DMZ video hall, representative sculptures, gift shops and more.
At 2:00 PM drop off at Itaewon street (you need to be back to your hotel on your own by a taxi or subway after enjoying the street) [Closed Mon, Holiday]. Overnight stay in the hotel at Seoul.

DAY 5:
Morning after Breakfast, check out the hotel and depart for KTX A Bullet Train station. On arrival, proceed for Busan City Tour which includes Sea Walk by glass bridge, Dalmaji hill (the point of photo) for a stunning coastline, APEC House - Haeundae Beach, Cinema Centre, Centum City (the biggest department store in Korea). Overnight stay in the hotel at Busan.

DAY 6:
Morning after Breakfast, depart for Gimhae Airport to board your flight departs to Jeju Island. On arrival transfer you to hotel. Afternoon leisure in the city. Overnight stay in the hotel at Jeju Island.

DAY 7:
Morning after breakfast, Depart for Tour.
Western Area: Hyupjae Beach (One of “must go to beaches’ in Jeju ), Hanlim Park(Jejulargestthemeparkwithvarious botanic gardens), O’Sulloc Green Tea Field (the views of the nearby green tea fileds and the surrounding landscape as well as Korean traditional tea culture), Lunch (Jeju local well-being buffet (Salad, seasonal fruites, Noodle, Pork, Spaghetti, Rice, Juice), Suwelbong Trekking (Designated as Global GEO Park by UNESCO), Sanbang Mountain (enjoy picturesque ocean view , designated as Gl bal Geopark), Chenjeyeon Waterfall (the pond of God).
Eastern Area: Horse riding experience , Horse museum(on rainy day), Seongup Folk Village (Jeju unique experience), Lunch Vegetarian set), Via tradition and local life (Jeju port set or Gwangchigi Beach (one of 10 secret scenic attractions in Jeju), Woman Diver show (UNESCO Intangible cultural asset, female divers for living),Haenyeo Museum (alternative course on rainy day), Seonsan Ilchulbong Peak (Sunrise Peak , the symbol attraction of Jeju Island, one of three UNESCO Heritage sites in Jeju), Via Jongdalri shore road (The most beautiful seashore road in Jeju Island), Manjang Cave (The longest lava cave in Asia, one of three UNESCO Heritage site, Daheeyeon –alternative course on rainy day). Overnight stay in the hotel at Jeju Island.
NB-: We include either Western Area Tour or either Eastern Area Tour. At the time of Booking confirm with us which tour you want to add.

DAY 8:
Morning after breakfast, check out the hotel and transfer you to airport for your final departure.

• Flight Ticket -: Kochi – Seoul, Busan – Jeju & Jeju - Kochi
• Luggage -: 30 KG Check In + 7 KG Hand bag
• VISA -: Single Entry Visa
• Accommodation-: Premium 4-star hotels on double / family sharing basis.
• Transportation-: All transports and transfer in AC luxury tour coach.
• Meal Plan -: 6 X Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner
• Services of a “Swapnatheeram” tour manager.
• Services of an English-speaking guide.
• All entry tickets as per itinerary
• 500 ML mineral water per day

• All expenses from your hometown to Kochi airport and back.
• Tipping for tour guide and driver
• Passport charges.
• Expenses of additional/optional tours.
• Any expenses of personal nature such as laundry expenses, wines, mineral water, Porter charges, food and drink not in the regular menu, mini bar, telephone calls etc.
• Bed Coffee, evening tea snacks, meals in the flight and all other meals which are not mentioned in the itinerary.
• Cost of overseas Medical Insurance
• Food and drink not forming the part of group Menus
• Cost of Airport transfers of the guests and additional airport transfers if any
• Any Increase in the fuel surcharge or any kind of taxes levied by the respective government or statutory bodies.
• Extra stay pre/post tour.
• Any extra expenses incurred for changing the route due to any unforeseen circumstances, forced majeure instances, natural calamities, political disturbances, flight delays, strikes etc.
• Extra cost incurred due to illness, accident, hospitalization or any Individual unforeseen cost incurring incidence.
• Any private transfers taken to move from one place to another instead of coach.
• Any add-on sightseeing/ sightseeing done twice /activities along with transfers if done other than mentioned in the tour program.
• Anything not specifically mentioned in 'Your Tour Cost Includes Column'

Cancellation Policy
• Advance amount is non-refundable at any cost.

ADULT (ABOVE 11YRS) 1,44,000
CHILD (2 – 11) 1,24,000
INFANT (BELOW 2) 60,000
ADVANCE 60,000