[Travel Planner 3] Jeju’s Best Activities & Adventures

Jeju Island is unique and interesting in more ways than one, and you’re probably going to want to enjoy as much of it as possible. Looking for some excitement? We’ve rounded up some of the best activities for your next trip: Click here for the full article.

Highlights include…

ONCE-IN-A-LIFETIME PHOTO SPOTS

Spring canola flowers and cherry blossoms, summer hydrangeas, autumn silver grass, and winter camellia flowers are representative of the seasons and make for some really beautiful photos. If you’re looking for Jeju’s iconic geology, the Yongmeori Coast is a sandstone bed that is millions of years old, and Jusangjeolli Cliff is made of hexagonal volcanic rock pillars that seem almost alien.

DOLPHIN WATCHING

Sometimes, if you’re watching carefully enough, you’ll see dolphins swimming and jumping along the coasts of Jeju. For a relatively affordable price, you can purchase a ride into the ocean on a dolphin tour boat. It’s the simplest of options that gives you everything you’re looking for without the frills.

HORSEBACK RIDING

The vast grasslands of Jeju coupled with the lack of wild beasts helped horses here to thrive. Today, over half of Korea’s horses are in Jeju, making the island the unofficial horse capital of the nation. If you want to try horseback riding for yourself, the world’s first horse-themed park, Raon The Ma Park, offers rides for beginners up to advanced riders.The wide, unobstructed landscape here gives you breathtaking views of the ocean on one side and Hallasan Mountain on the other.

And much more! Here’s the link again to the full article on Visitjeju.net.


Keep in Touch With Jeju!

Jeju Island’s official information site: Visitjeju.net

Free Jeju Travel Info Available by Chat (Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. KST)

The JTO’s informative YouTube channel: Visit Jeju Global

And check out our Facebook & Instagram channels, too.

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