4D3N Let's Drive in JejuLand Tour SGD318
One of the easiest and most relaxing ways to see Jeju Island is by renting a car. The top tourist destination for leisurely vacations in Korea, Jeju Island is perfect for a driving tour with an efficient road network and beautiful scenery. Some travelers may be tempted to drive faster than the limit, but because of the island’s winding roads, speeding is strictly forbidden. The best road for driving is probably Route 12, the beltway around the island. Route 12 provides access to coastal roads along the way, so travelers can enjoy a fantastic drive along the coast with a view of the emerald-colored sea and soaring gulls. Its stunning natural scenery of the island has made it a favorite filming location for numerous Korean TV mini-series, many of which are popular around the world. This Best Tour of Jeju includes some of these filming locations as well as other scenic destinations.
- The speed limit in Jeju Island is 50 km/hr in towns, 60km/hr on two-lane roads, and 80km/hr on four-lane roads.
- An International Driver's Licence is required to drive on Jeju Island
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Day 1: Arrival - Incheon - JejuUpon arrival in Jeju, pass through Gate No.5 on the 1st floor at Jeju International Airport, cross the zebra crossing to find Parking Lot E1 to meet the staff of Rent-A-Car to collect your vehicle. Present your International Driver's License for registration, and sign the rental agreement. (Note you may have to pay carpark fees upon exit from the carpark). Make your way to your accommodation and check in. If time permits, suggest visiting Jeju Love Land, and the Mysterious Road.Day 2: East Coast JejuThis morning, drive along the Woljeong Coastal Road in the northeast area of Jeju with the beautiful sea on one side and exotic views with wind turbines on the other side. We recommend visiting Gimnyeong Maze Park, designed by a world-renowned maze designer. For a little adventure, proceed to the UNESCO World Heritage - Manjanggul Cave (carry a torch and jacket. Proper footwear required). Continue along to SeongSan Ilchulbong (Sunrise Peak), a mere 20mins hike to the top from the carpark. The trail is steep, but views from the path leading up are excellent. When walking up Sunrise Peak the women divers are along the trail which branches out to the left. Follow it down into the small bay. Jeju's women divers put on two daily shows at 1:30pm and 3pm. Further down the coast is Seopjikoji, one of the most scenic views with the bright yellow canola and Seongsan Sunrise Peak as a backdrop. Turn into Route 97 till Seongeup Folk Village, showing the unique culture of Jeju Island. The Trick Art Museum is where one can take pictures with various fun poses blending nicely with the exhibits.Day 3: 516 Road - SeogwipoThis morning, go on route 1131 and stop at MokSeokwan, a small park with its many tales concerning stones. Continue to 516 Forest Tunnel, the first national road in Jeju which directly links Jeju City to Seogwipo, reducing the travel time between the southern and northern parts of the island to less than an hour. Snow in winter and the brilliant red and yellow leaves in autumn make driving on this road a mystical experience. Avoid pulling over at any spot because the passing cars are dangerous. There are two parking lots at the entrance of Seongpanak. Please make sure you park there before taking pictures. There are 3 most famous waterfalls in Jeju, all located in Seogwipo-si – Jeongbang, Cheonjiyeon and Cheonjeyeon waterfalls. Cheonjeyeon is the only one falling directly to the sea in Korea and is often the most visited amongst the three. Other attractions we recommend in Seogwipo-si include Oedolgae, a rock standing out in the sea and so named for its loneliness. Jusangjeolli Cliff of Jungmun Daepo is a interesting formation of vertical shaped pillars in a rectangular or hexagonal shape, a result due to sudden contraction of thick molten lava flowing from an active volcanic crater cools rapidly. Find time to visit the Teddy Bear Museum, a collection of bear’s with history of more than 100 years. Return to the hotel (for 4 Days itinerary) en-route stopping at Mt. Sarabong to catch the sunset, or proceed to the airport (for 3 days itinerary), making sure you have enough time to fill up your fuel tank and return your car to the rental office.Day 4: West Coast Jeju - DepartureHave a relaxing day today before flying back to Singapore. Start the day at Bunjae Artpia (Spirited Garden) - one of the major tourist attraction sites on Jeju Island and listed as one of “the most beautiful gardens in the world. Then, make your way to O’Sulloc Tea House Museum to learn about the world of tea drinking and its ancient principles of balancing both mind and body through the fresh tastes of its teas and its soothing interior. Featuring large glass windows and an overall earthy feel, the shop is both a popular gathering for the young and an informal exhibition hall for traditional tea accessories. Continue along route 1121 to Mt. Sanbangsan. It is said that the peak of Mt.Hallasan where Baekrokho Lake now exists was taken off and thrown away, which then became Mt. Sanbangsan. The myth describes how unlike other mountains on Jejudo Island, this mountain does not have a crater. The 5m-high rock cave at the cliff on the southwest side of the mountain was originally called Sanbanggul Cave, but it is called a temple now because it possesses a Buddhist statue. You may also like to spend the rest of the day at one of the beaches that Jeju Island is famous for. Hyeopjae Beach is probably the most popular beach in Jeju, the broken shells mixed in the sand make this beach shine in a silver colour. Samyang Black Sand Beach is known for its effective pain easing black sand from arthritis to skin diseases. Before heading to the airport, stop by Yongduam. ‘Yong’ means 'dragon', ‘du’ means 'head' and 'am' means 'rock. Yongduam was thus named as it resembles a dragon’s head. Make your way to the Airport, and return car hire at Parking Lot E1, hand over car keys and agreement letter to staff of Rent-A-Car. Staff will check condition of car. (Remember to top up car petrol/gas to full tank)
- Package Inclusions:
- 2/3 nights stay in Jeju Palace Hotel or similar
- 3/4 days of car rental - 1L to 1.6L korean car (Max. Speed in Jeju Island is 80km/hr)
- Full car insurance coverage
- Free English Language GPS
- All prices quoted are in Singapore Dollars
- Prices do not include airport taxes, visa application and service fees, personal insurance, tipping, optional tours, personal expenses and all others not stated in the itinerary
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- Peak season charges and all other relevent surcharges are not included.
- Tours and meals sequence are subject to changes without prior notice
- All bookings require a minimum deposit of $500-$1000 per person (depending on destination).
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- Child Prices vary and are determined by : Child with bed (1 child sharing room with 2 adults); Child without bed ( 2 children sharing room with 2 adults, 1 child with bed & 1 child without bed); Child Half Twin (1 child sharing room with 1 adult).
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