The “World Heritage Festival: Jeju Volcanic Island and Lava Tubes” will be held for a second consecutive year from Oct. 1 to 17 at sites around Jeju Island, including Hallasan Mountain, Seongsan Sunrise Peak, Geomun Oreum, Manjanggul Cave, and more.
Please refer to the festival website for more information and the program schedule in English.
There will be experience programs, hikes, exhibition events and various performances to celebrate the treasured World Natural Heritages which Jeju Island is proudly stewarding.
“Jeju Volcanic Island and Lava Tubes“ refers to the 2007 inscription of Jeju Island as a UNESCO World Natural Heritage.
※ The program schedule may change depending on the COVID-19 situation.
※ The event will be held by reservation only, so if you wish to participate, please check the homepage in advance! Reservations open on the following dates:
July 13: For the Pilgrimage to World Natural Heritage Sites, Special Explorations
August 12: For the Walking Tour, Exploration Bus (Highlighting the World Natural Heritage Sites), Night Walking on Hallasan Mountain (at Eoseungsaengak)
Related Article: Experience Jeju’s UNESCO Accredited Natural Wonders
Listen as a brief rain shower lightly sprinkled the forest as we walked along
one of the upcoming festival trails at Geomun Oreum last week.
Please note: During the COVID-19 pandemic, traveling to Jeju is problematic. In the meantime, we are highlighting some of the island’s attractions. We sincerely hope you will visit Jeju once it is safe to do so.
• For all your Jeju travel and safety information: www.visitjeju.net