* Itinerary is subject to change according to the local circumstance. In case of rain, tour will be operated by alternative itinerary.
Jeju Stone Cultural Park
The most usual stones on Jeju are black basalt with many holes. Jeju Stone Cultural Park is the best-known spot with a collection of these rocks, and others found on the island. The historic and cultural park preserves the identity, locality and artistry of Jeju Island through the display of more than 14,000 exhibits.
Seong-eup Folk Village
Seongeup Folk Village is a small town that holds a vast amount of Jeju culture. And cultural properties in the folk village have been handed down from generation to generation. The Seongeup Folk Village shows the unique culture of Jeju Island: the black lava rock walls, and the stone grandfather statues (Harubang), which have become a prime feature of the landscape.
The mermaids living on Jeju Island are actually haenyeo, or Korean female divers. You can enjoy haenyeo performance at Seongsan
Ilchulbong Peak. Watch the women dive into the water to capture seafood in the coastal waters. One of the main attractions of the show is the “sumbisori,” the sharp whistling exhalation sound haenyeo make upon resurfacing.
Seongsan Sunrise Peak
Seongsan Sunrise Peak rose from under the sea in a volcanic eruption over 5,000 years ago. Located on the eastern end of Jeju Island, there is a huge crater at the top of Seongsan Sunrise Peak. The crater is about 600m in diameter and 90m high with the 99 sharp rocks surrounding the crater. And it was designated by UNESCO as World Nature Heritage in 2007, and named a New 7 Wonder in 2011.
Manjanggul Lava Tube
The lava tube stretches for as far as an approximate 7,400 m, its length ranks amongst the top 15 in the world. It is also the largest lava tube in Jeju Island. It is regarded as having significant scientific and heritage value, owing to its excellent condition of preservation despite its age of formation is about 300,000 to 200,000 years ago.