1. Jeju: Eastern Jeju Highlights Day Trip
Discover breathtaking UNESCO natural heritage sites at the Manjanggul Cave and at the Seongsan Ilchulbong water volcano on this guided tour that includes entry fees. Travel in comfort on a spacious, air-conditioned bus and enjoy a tasty lunch along the way. Be picked up from a centrally-located hotel in the city of Jeju and relax on the drive to the Manjanggul Cave. Admire part of its well-preserved 7.4 kilometer-long lava tube that was formed hundreds of thousands of years ago. See these rare tubes that have great academic and conservation value. Go for a stroll in the Bijarim forest where tortoiseshell trees that are 500 to 800-years-old provide plenty of tranquility and shade. Watch a haenyeo diving show to uncover a quickly vanishing tradition. Only about 5,000 haenyeo remain in Jeju to keep the tradition of female divers alive. Find out about these divers that train to collect sea cucumbers, abalone, and seaweed from the sea and can hold their breath for up to 3 minutes. Continue to Seongsan Ilchulbong, a water-based volcano rising above the sea. The name "Seongsan" means "Mountain castle," and "Ilchulbong" means "the mountain peak of spectacular sunrise." Climb to the top and where there is the 265,000 square meters of volcano crater. Make your way to the Seongeup Folk Village where an old Jeju village is maintained in its original condition. Stroll through this old capital that lies at the foot of Mt. Halla. See some inhabitants that still remain in this village and keep old traditions alive. Return to your meeting point in the city of Jeju at the end of your tour.