Korea is a country of two distinct aspects, the traditional and historic as well as the sleek and the new. The country is determined to leave its troubles behind and has entered the new millennium with a renewed optimism and passion. Despite the ever-widening gap between these two, the former has not completely displaced the latter. These days most towns consist of a new, fashionable area, where discos, karaoke bars, coffee shops and stores sell a variety of goods – everything from designer-label clothing to freshly baked French bread. But in these same towns you will also find the old Korea; street markets formed in an intriguing maze where vendors sell everything from food, fruits, vegetables and seafood just as they have done for hundreds of years before. Korea has much to offer, the avid traveller and many believe it to be the unspoiled gem of Asia. It possesses largely untouched natural landscapes, a vibrant history with traditional culture and local people who are friendly, welcoming and curious.


Busan is Korea’s second largest city and principal port with ferries departing to Jejudu Island and Japan. The city is located between a series of mountain peaks and ridges, with the town centre nestled between these narrow strips of land. The town possesses an atmosphere of endless tranquility and has much to offer.


The historic town of Gyeongju was capital during the mighty Silla Dynasty and as such provided Korea with many cultural developments. The town is a virtual open air museum, housing a seemingly endless array of tombs, temples, shrines, castles and gardens. Further inland, the mountains are surrounded by thousands of Buddhist statues and frescoes.


The village of Panmunjeom is located 56kms north of Seoul and is the site of the ceasefire line following the Korean War in 1953, hence earning it a nickname of ‘truce village’. It is the only place in the DMZ where visitors are permitted as well as being situated at a close distance to North Korea.


Seoul is the capital of South Korea and is home to 11 million of the nation’s 46 million people. As well as being one of the oldest cities, Seoul is also the country’s financial, political, commercial and cultural centre. Old and new mix in this dynamic city offer the visitor with plenty of sightseeing options such as the famed Gyeongbokgung Palace, Seoul Tower and Insadong antique alley.


Combination Touring

Discover Taiwan & Korea (15 Days)

Taipei, Sun Moon Lake, Kaohsiung, Kenting, Hualien, Seoul, Yeosu, Gongju, Buyeo, Jeonju, Gyeongju & Busan

This fantastic combination has two very distinctive destinations, filled with luxury hotels all the way and incomparable scenery, culture and cuisine within Korea and Taiwan. Both countries offer aspects that are traditional and new which suggests an interesting contrast as you tour. Join us on this creative tour to see the best of the best that Korea and Taiwan have to offer.

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Japan, Korea & Taiwan Triple Indulgence (20 Days)

Taipei, Hualien, Taroko Gorge, Seoul, Buyeo, Gwangju, Yeosu, Gyeongju, Wonju, Tokyo, Mt Fuji, Kyoto, Nara & Osaka

This fantastic 20 day combination tour takes you through some of Northeast Asia’s most beautiful regions. As a semi-independent tour, it offers exceptional value for money while still taking you on an authentic and unforgettable tour through Japan, Korea, and Taiwan.


In Taiwan and Korea you will enjoy Seat-in-Coach Touring, in Japan you will be travelling Semi-independently.

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Japan & Korea Dreams (15 Days)

Seoul, Gongju, Buyeo, Andong, Tokyo, Mt Fuji & Kyoto

This is a fantastic combination tour for visitors who dream to visit Japan and Korea together in one trip, as it highlights a number of the most important and most tempting cities of these two highly-developed Asian countries, including Seoul, Busan, Mt. Sorak, Gyeongju, Tokyo, Hakone, Mt. Fuji, Kyoto, Nara and Osaka. Surprise yourself with these two fantastic countries’ unique culture, food, lifestyle, architecture, the natural scenery and much more!

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Independent Touring

Taekwondo Experience Half Day

This half day experience is a popular introduction to the Korean martial art of Taekwondo.

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Temple Stay Experience 2 Days

Have a truly authentic experience in a Korean Temple.

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Korea Short Stay (5 Days)

Travel around South Korea in comfort and luxury, visiting all the must see attractions of this unique and beautiful country. With both culturally historical stops, as well as breathtaking natural scenery, there is something for everyone.

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Busan Stopover (3 Days)

Enjoy a short stopover in the beautiful port city of Busan.

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Jeju Stopover (3 Days)

Explore the largest Island just off the coast of mainland South Korea.

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Seoul Stopover (3 Days)

Spend a short stopover immersing yourself in the capital of South Korea.

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Seat-in-Coach Touring

Korea Express (10 Days)

Seoul, Gongju, Buyeo, Gwangju, Yeosu, Jinju, Busan & Andong

This tour helps foreign visitors to have a broad and deep understanding of Korean culture and tradition in a short time. Taking you to visit the major world cultural and natural heritage in Korea, you will have a long-lasting memory of this excellent value trip.

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Small Group Touring

Eastern Experience (11 Days)

Jeju, Busan, Gyeongju, Andong, Wonju, Mt. Sorak & Seoul

Korea is a country with traditional & historic cultures, mixed with sleek and new concepts, and Offering a wide choice of sight- seeing tours. You will visit Seoul-The capital of South Korea and is home to 11 million of the nation’s 46 million people. Busan Korea’s second largest city. Gyeongju a virtual open air museum, houses a seemingly endless array of tombs, temples, shrines, castles and gardens. Your tour will finish in Mt Sorak national park with magnificent views. This short tour will show you the best that Korea has to offer!

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Korea Sparkling Tour (13 Days)

Seoul, Gongju, Buyeo, Jeongju, Gwangju, Yeosu, Suncheon, Jeju, Busan, Gyeongju, Andong, Mt. Sorak & Gangneung

There is so much to explore in Sparkling Korea – from magnificent scenery, and rich cultural heritage, to the unique customs & traditions. Besides the famous Seoul, Gyeongju and Busan, our 14 day extensive tour also takes you to other hidden treasures such as Daegu, Kwangju, Suwon and Mt. Sorak. We have included your return domestic flight to Jeju Island for you to relax in this exotic and stunning volcanic island in South Korea known the Hawaii of the East… So be inspired by this fantastic Korea experience!

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