Seoul and Jeju Island Tour



South Korea is glorious with towering mountains, pristine beaches, serene landscapes, gorgeous islands, rambling waterfalls, ancient temples, and iconic buildings. Our exclusive South Korea tour package focuses on two stunning locations in the country – Seoul and Jeju Island. Explore countless places in the metropolis, such as Gyeongbok Palace, Jogyesa Buddhist Temple, Nami Island, and Lotte World. Next in the itinerary is Jeju Island, where you will visit Hyupjae & Gumneung beaches, Cheonjeyeon Waterfall, Seongeup Folk Village, Yakcheon Temple, and trek to some spectacular locations, including Suweolbong Peak, Mt. Halla, and Jeonbang Waterfall. In a nutshell, you won’t regret booking this incredible South Korea tour package from India.

  • On Day 1, you will arrive in Seoul, a high energy hub of South Korea.
  • On Day 2, you will take a city tour of Seoul, starting from Gyeongbok Palace and followed by National Folk Museum, Jogyesa Buddhist Temple, Ginseng Center, Changdeok Palace, Insadong Antique Shop Alley, and Namdaemun Market.
  • On Day 3, you will choose one from two options - a tour to Nami Island or a visit to Lotte World and Han River Island.
  • On Day 4, you will fly from Seoul to Jeju Island, known for its volcanic landscape and beach resorts. Then proceed on the Western, Eastern or Southern course tour of the island.
  • On Day 5, you will choose from the Western, Eastern or Southern course, depending on the day of the week.
  • On Day 6, you will fly back to Seoul and you have the day at leisure.
  • On Day 7, you will board your flight back home.
Seoul (3), Jeju City (2), Seoul (1)
Arrival (Seoul), Departure (Seoul)



Arrival in Seoul

Start your South Korean holiday package at Incheon Airport, where our travel representative will be waiting to welcome you. You will be then transferred to your hotel in Seoul. You can spend the rest of the day exploring the beauty of Seoul city, or simply relax in your hotel.

Your overnight stay will be arranged at the hotel.


Seoul City Tour

After having a delectable breakfast at the hotel, you will start your day with the help of the tour guide. The first stop will be at the royal Palace of Gyeongbok in the Blue House complex. One of the most visited places in South Korea, this iconic structure catches the eye the very minute you enter its premises. The stunning architecture and rich history of this Palace makes it quite a favourite amongst the tourists. Apart from strolling in and around the Palace and clicking pictures, you will also get an opportunity to watch the traditional Changing of Guards Ceremony. You will next visit the famous National Folk Museum, which is a glimpse into the history and lifestyle of Korean people during the old times. The Museum is located in the grounds of Gyeongbok Palace. From here, you will head to Jogyesa Buddhist Temple, which is located amidst a vibrant street in Seoul and then, stop by at the Ginseng Center before taking a break from the tour to have lunch.

After lunch, you will continue to tour from Changdeok Palace, which is one of the ‘Five Grand Palaces’ built by the kings of Joseon Dynasty. Once you are through visiting the Palace, you will come across a colourful street known as Insadong Antique Shop Alley. This street is filled with items like traditional crafts, vintage materials, antiques, tea houses, Korean restaurants, innovative galleries, etc. This little visit will be followed by exploring the largest traditional market of Seoul – Namdaemun. Go ahead and indulge in some shopping in this popular market before you finally return to your hotel to spend the night.


Nami Island or Lotte World

After indulging in an appetizing breakfast, you will have two options to choose from:

Optional Tour 1: Nami Island

This magical island is one of the best-known treasures of South Korea surrounded by lush green landscapes and a plethora of forest trails. Your guide will pick you up from the hotel and transfer you to the Island by a ferry. You can indulge in activities such as ziplining, trekking, snacking on a hotteok, butterfly-watching, visit Song Museum, etc. Another must-do thing in this Island is take a ride to Petite France Park, which exhibits buildings that are inspired by French architecture. The park is also a manifestation of Le Petite Prince, a famous children novella by Antoine de Saint-Exupery. You can also go for some duty-free shopping in and around the Island. After a fun-filled day, you will be taken back to your hotel to spend the night.

Optional Tour 2: Lotte World & Han River Island Cruise

You will be picked by the tour guide from the hotel and transferred to the Lotte World, a major amusement and theme park in Seoul. One can indulge in various means of entertainment in this park, starting from countless rides, an undersea kingdom and water park, an aquarium, character performance, and fine-and-dine as well snack-hopping in a variety of restaurants within the park. You will take a break from the tour to have a lip-smacking lunch before heading out for the stunning Han River Cruise, to enjoy the beautiful view of the city. Seoul Tower will be another tourist attraction that will be a part of this tour. Following this, you will get a chance to explore the stunning Insadong Antique Shop Alley, known for its antique shops and traditional galleries. The last stop of the tour will be the Ginseng Center before you head back to your hotel to spend the night.


Seoul to Jeju Island

Once you are done with your breakfast, you will be transferred to the airport for your flight to the gorgeous Jeju Island, where the tour guide will be waiting to greet you. Jeju Island is your gateway to all fragrant things that grow in nature.

Your tour of Jeju Island will start from the West Course (Mon, Wed, Fri), starting from Hyupjae & Gumneung beaches. The other attractions of this course would include Halim Park and trekking to Suweolbong or Jeju 2nd War Museum before you halt for lunch. You will then head out to visit O’ Sulloc Green Tea Field and hike to Mt. Sanbag. The tour will come to an end after a visit to either the Teddy Bear Museum or Cheonjeyeon Waterfall.

The Eastern Course tour (Tue, Thurs, Sat) will start by horse-back riding or attending a horse-riding show. This will be followed by a little stroll in the dreamy Seongeup Folk Village before you head for lunch. You can then visit these tourist attractions – a trek to SeongsanIlchulbong Peak, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, attend the Woman Diver Show via Jondalri Shore Road, and go for an hour trek to the mystical Manjang Cave, another UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The Southern Course Tour (Sundays) will begin from the baffling movements of things rolling up the hill than downwards, on the Mysterious Road, followed by a trek to Mt. Halla (Eoseungsaenak trekking). You will also head toward the popular Hallasan National Park Visitor Center before you stop for lunch. You will then visit the stunning Jeonbang Waterfall and Yakcheon Temple. The last stops of the tour will be Jusangjeolli and Alive Museum.

After the tour, you will return to your hotel at Jeju Island for the overnight stay.


Jeju Tour

After devouring a scrumptious breakfast, you will be picked by your tour guide to start your Jeju Tour: West Course, East Course or South Course depending on the day.

After the tour, you will return to your hotel in Jeju Island for the overnight stay.


Jeju to Seoul

After having breakfast, you will be transferred to the airport to fly back to Seoul. After your arrival, you will be driven to your hotel in Seoul to spend the rest of the day. Spend time exploring the abundance of shopping, dining options and K-pop culture.


Departure from Seoul

Once you are done with breakfast, you will be transferred to the Incheon Airport to board your flight back home. Your Seoul and Jeju Island tour will come to an end after the guests board the flight.


What is included

  • 4 Nights Accommodations in Seoul
  • 2 Nights Accommodation in Jeju Island
  • Daily Breakfast
  • Indian Meals as per the Itinerary
  • All transportation
  • All entrance fees
  • English Speaking tour guide
  • Domestic Flight Fare
  • All Tours & Transfers on SIC basis


What is excluded

  • Visa & Insurance
  • Meals except as mentioned above
  • Any other expenses of personal nature
  • Tips & Gratuities
  • GST


The best time to visit South Korea is during the months of April, May and June in summer and September, October, and November in autumn. During this time, the weather is sunny and comfortably dry. However, you can visit the country anytime of the year. For this reason, Holxo’s South Korea travel package is curated for every season. All you have to do is request a call back and we will take care of the rest!