Split by a hair-trigger border, the Korean Peninsula offers the traveller a dazzling range of experiences, beautiful landscapes and 5000 years of culture and history.
Decorum plays a major role in Korean people’s generosity to outsiders, and their instinctive graciousness possesses a highly endearing quality. Helpfulness abounds, whether it’s at a tourist office, asking someone for directions or finding yourself deep in a conversation with a stranger. Time-honoured Confucian principles have set a template for strong civic pride in a society that is introspective, perhaps, but also decorous and affirmative. You may pass glorious landscapes and gaze out across dazzling seas but don't forget, half of your travel journey will be about the people, and the Korean tribe are a joy to be among.
Korea might be known as the Land of the Morning Calm, but dive into its capital Seoul, the powerhouse of Asia’s third-largest economy, and serenity may be the last thing you’ll perceive. This round-the-clock city is constantly in motion, with a work-hard, play-hard mentality that epitomises the nation’s indefatigable, can-do spirit. You can hardly turn a corner without stumbling across a helpful tourist information booth, a bustling subway station or a taxi in this multifaceted metropolis where meticulously reconstructed palaces rub shoulders with teeming night markets and dramatically modern architecture.
South Korea’s compact size and superb transport infrastructure mean that tranquillity is always within easy reach of urban sprawl. Hike to the summits of craggy mountains – some of which transform into ski slopes come winter – enveloped within densely forested national parks. Get further off the beaten path than you thought possible by sailing to remote islands, where farming and fishing folk welcome you into their homes or simple seafood cafes. Gaze up at the distant stars from serene villages surrounded by rice fields, sleeping in rustic hanok (traditional wooden house) guesthouses.
Festivals & Food
Rest assured the ROK also knows how to rock. A packed calendar of festivals and events means there’s almost always a celebration of some sort to attend wherever you are – it might be Boryeong for its mud fest, or Gwangju for its Biennale or its annual salute to that most Korean of foods: kimchi. Koreans are proud of their culinary culture and rightly so – there's a tantalising array of dishes, flavours, aromas and textures in the local cuisine, to be washed down with plenty of toasting involving a head-spinning array of alcoholic concoctions.
Tour cost Include:
- 04 N Seoul: Hotel as mentioned above or similar with ABF
- All program as per itinerary
- Daily Breakfast at Hotel
- Round Trip air ticket
- Korea Visa Documentation
- All Transfer PVT
- All Government Taxes
- All Tours
- All Taxes
Tour cost Exclude:
- Any optional tours mentioned in the itinerary
- Telephone expenses
- Personal expenses
- Travel Insurance
- Any personal belongings
- Any thing not included in the inclusions
Day 1Seoul arrival & Transfer To Hotel
Upon Arrival our Representative will pick you up at airport and then transfer you to the hotel.
Korea is a region in East Asia. Since 1948 it has been divided between two distinct sovereign states, North Korea and South Korea. Korea consists of the Korean Peninsula, Jeju Island, and several minor islands near the peninsula
Day 2Day Trip to Nami Island with Petite France and Garden of Morning Calm
The trip highlights includes the following activities:
- Explore Nami Island, made famous in South Korean TV shows like Winter Sonata
- Avoid difficulty with the local bus systems, and reach Nami Island by air-conditioned coach
- Hit nearby attractions including Petite France and the Garden of Morning Calm
- Entrance fees plus hassle-free round-trip transport from central Seoul included
Day 3Half Day Seoul Afternoon Tour With Hotel Pickup Drop Off
Highlights: You will have the opportunity to visit the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site, the Changdeok Palace. This palace is often praised for the harmony between its architecture and nature surrounding it.
Followed by a visit to Insadong that you can have the opportunity to discover real Korean life in Insadong. After you will stop at Amethyst or Ginseng center, you will go to Namdaemun Market as Korea largest shopping center. And then you will be dropped off at hotels in the city center after finish tour.
Day 4Free day for shopping/optional tour
After Breakfast, this day you can have your own day at leisure. You can utilize this day for your shopping.
What to Buy in Korea Guide (And Where To Shop!)
- Ramyeon (Instant Noodles) Image source: wikimedia.org. ...
- Soju. Image source: tastingtable.com. ...
- Korean beauty products (Innisfree) Image source: cdn.hermo.my. ...
- Korean Red Ginseng. Image source: kgcus.com. ...
- Character socks. ...
- Chopsticks. ...
- Cute nail clippers. ...
- Zodiac figurines.
Day 5Back home with sweet memory
After enjoying breakfast, check-out of your hotel in the afternoon and proceed to the airport to board your return flight.
Hope we are able to make your vacation memorable. We look forward to assist you in coming future.
Korea visa checklist
1. Original Passport with minimum 6 months of validity
2. Bank statement of 3 months transaction with closing balance minimum 5 lakhs.
3. Passport sized photo with clear white back ground – 35mm × 45mm photo
4. Relationship certificate of your family member
5. Visa cover letter (Request letter for embassy) - We will make it
In case of Business owner:
6. Owner ship proof of your company.
7. Company registration certificate
8. PAN/VAT associated with the company
9. TAX clearance paper of company
10. 6 months bank statement of company
In case of Employee:
11. Salary certificate from your working office
12. Work experience letter
13. Leave letter from company.
Note: all the documents which are in Nepali must be converted into English and notary public must be done in each photocopy.