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SGD 1,988

6 days

Group Tours

Trip Highlights

~ Admire the beautiful autumn scenery around Majang Lake

~ Visit Sanmeoru Winery Farm for a vineyard tour

~ Hike the full loop of the Seoul City Wall

~ Climb to the summit of Gwanaksan Mountain (629m)

~ Visit Gwangmyeong Cave, the largest themed cave park with varied cultural and artistic elements

~ Hike to Baegundae Peak of Mount Bukhan (836m)

~ Admire the autumn foliage in Haneul Sky Park

Day 1    Arrive Incheon

 Welcome to Korea! Upon arrival at Incheon International Airport, meet up with your local guide for the group transfer.

 See the shades of autumn colours as we take a scenic stroll around Majang Lake, admiring the lovely scenery. Walk across the suspended pedestrian bridge, said to be able to carry up to 1,200 people.

 Visit Sanmeoru Winery Farm, known for its Korean wild grapes grown in the wonderful natural environment. See their processing facility, fermentation room, underground ripening room, a basement tunnel full of wine barrels, and you may also sample its products.

 Meal: Lunch, Dinner

  

Day 2    Seoul City Wall Hike

 The Seoul City Wall exploration starts today. Hike the trails of Mount Baegak and Mount Bugaksan. After Bugaksan Mountain's summit (342m), look out for a 200+ years old January 21 Incident Pine Tree that bears the traces of fifteen bullets made during the gun battle between the South Korean military and police with the North Korean Special Forces unit. The hilly path of Bugaksan Mountain was used as an escape route for the North Korean commandos, who have failed in their attempt to assassinate the then-South Korean President, Park Chung-hee.

 Continue to Mount Inwangsan (338.2m), a rocky mountain whose hiking trail follows alongside Seoul City Wall on its ridges. Due to its granite rocky ridges, Inwangsan Mountain hiking trail provides unprecedented, unblocked views of Ansan Mountain, Bukhansan Mountain, Bugaksan Mountain and Namsan Mountain.

 Inwangsan Mountain is famous for its many interesting rock formations. There are Gichabawi (Train Rock), Chimabawi (Skirt Rock), Seonbawi (Rock of meditating monk), Buddha/Face Rock, Skeleton Rock, Snail Rock, Hat Rock, etc.

 Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

 Hiking Distance: approx. 8.7 KM               Hiking Duration: approx. 6 hours

  

Day 3    Seoul City Wall Hike

 Cover the rest of the Seoul City Wall Hike with the Namsan and Naksan trails.

 Most of the wall sections around Namsan Mountain have been restored to their original appearance from the preservation, restoration and recovery projects. The trail runs from the Wooden Stairway of Namsan Dulle-gil Trail towards N Seoul Tower.

 Naksan Mountain (124m) is the lowest mountain of Seoul's four inner mountains and is a relatively easy trail due to its gentle slope. The trail passes by Jangsu Village, Naksan Park, Ihwa Mural Village and ends downhill at Heunginjimun Gate.

 Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

 Hiking Distance: approx. 9.9 KM               Hiking Duration: approx. 7 hours

  

Day 4    Gwanaksan Mountain – Gwangmyeong Cave

 Start the day with the hike up Gwanaksan Mountain (629m). The mountain sits on the border between the Gwanak and Geumcheon districts of Seoul and Anyang and Gwacheon cities of Gyeonggi-do province. The autumn foliage colours usually cover the mountain range in spectacular shades of yellow, orange and red.

 Gwangmyeong Cave is the largest themed cave park with varied cultural and artistic elements, created in a gold mine where gold, silver, and bronze were once mined. Inside there are Wine Cave, Cave Aqua World, Gold Falls, Gold Road, Gold Palace, Horror Experience, Cave Basement World, Underground Lake, the largest dragon sculpture in the nation, LED lights, and other facilities adding more fun to the visit. The cave features many healing spots to heal one’s mind while taking a walk around the venue.

​Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

 Hiking Distance: approx. 6.1 KM               Hiking Duration: approx. 5 – 6 hours

  

Day 5    Bukhansan National Park – Haneul Sky Park – Han River Cruise

 Bukhansan National Park is a beautiful escape into nature and contains Mount Bukhan, the tallest point in Seoul (836m). The hike to Baegundae Peak comprises a mixture of scenic boardwalks, well-established stairs, stone trails and rock climbing, making it a fun and sometimes challenging hike all the way to the summit.

 Haneul Sky Park is the most popular of the five parks of World Cup Park, near Seoul World Cup Stadium. These parks were once a 15 years old (1978 to 1993) landfill that held over 92 million tons of garbage until the Seoul Metropolitan Government decided to turn the area into a large-scale environment and ecological park. Haneul Sky Park is now a green hill of vast grassland, situated on the highest part of World Cup Park. It’s Pampas Grass and Pink Muhly Grass season so you will get to admire them during your visit to the park.

 Enjoy some free time for walking around Namdaemun Market, the largest traditional market in Korea with shops selling various goods. All products are sold at affordable prices and the stores in this area also function as wholesale markets.

 Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

 Hiking Distance: approx. 11.4 KM             Hiking Duration: approx. 6 – 7 hours

  

Day 6    Depart Seoul

 Simply rest and relax until the official check-out time, 12 PM, or depart at your own time for your onward arrangement/flight back home.

 Meal: Breakfast

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