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Seoul: South Korea Demilitarized Zone Half & Full Day Tour

1. Seoul: South Korea Demilitarized Zone Half & Full Day Tour

Journey to one of the most meaningful tourist destinations in the world at the Korean Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) on the border of South and North Korea. Gain an understanding of Korean history and culture. First, visit Imjingak Park. See the Bridge of Freedom, used by prisoners of war who were repatriated from the North. Next, head to the 3rd Infiltration Tunnel, an incomplete passage built by North Korea that runs under the Demilitarized Zone. Discovered in 1978, the tunnel passes through bedrock 240 feet (73 m) below ground. You can go inside the tunnel by foot. Once you're back on the surface, your guide will take you up the slopes of Mount Dora for a look across the country from the Dorasan Observatory. In good weather, you can see all the way to North Korea without using the observatory's telescope. Lookout at the 2.4-mile (4-km) stretch of the DMZ that has divided Korea since 1953 before you return to Seoul.

From Seoul: Half-Day Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) Tour

2. From Seoul: Half-Day Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) Tour

Head to the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) and see the strip of land between North and South Korea that symbolizes a decades-long conflict and an important chapter of world history. Start your tour at Imjingpak Park, situated only 7 km from the Demarcation Line, a tribute to the Korean War. Visit its observatory, monuments, and the Freedom Bridge, which was used to transport 13,000 prisoners home after the war. Continue to the Third Infiltration Tunnel, discovered in 1978, and witness an incomplete tunnel built by North Korea into the South that was denounced by the UN. Descend into history at the Dora Observatory and see into North Korea. Lastly, head to Dorasan Station, the last station before the DMZ and symbolic of the hope of reunification. Be dropped off at the City Hall in Seoul at the conclusion of the tour.

Seoul: Yongpyong Ski Resort Tour with Optional Ski Package

3. Seoul: Yongpyong Ski Resort Tour with Optional Ski Package

Start the day with a pickup from your hotel in Seoul and drive 2.5 hours to the largest ski resort in South Korea, Yongpyong. Yongpyong Ski Resort is located in the heart of the Baekdudaegan mountains, and is home to a variety of world-class ski slopes, making it suitable for every type of skier. There are 3 different options to choose from: For the transfer only option, only the transfers are included so you will have to bring or rent your own ski gear. In the Basic Ski Package, there is an optional 30-minute ski lesson for first-time skiers to learn the basic techniques of skiing. This option includes all the essential equipment, including ski poles, boots, skis and gloves.  For the Full Ski Package option, there is an informative lesson of up to two hours. As well as all the essential ski equipment, this package also includes the rental of a ski suit and a ski lift pass.  After a thrilling day of skiing or exploring the slopes on your own, you will board the bus and drive back to Seoul, where you will be dropped off back at your accommodation.

Seoul: Jisan Resort Ski, Sled and Snow Day

4. Seoul: Jisan Resort Ski, Sled and Snow Day

Jisan Forest Resort, located only 40 minutes from Seoul, makes for the perfect one-day trip from the city. The resort has all different types and skill-levels of hills, providing something for everyone, from nursery courses to advanced courses. Start the tour with pick-up from your hotel in Seoul between 7:00 AM and 8:00 AM. First you will be able to rent ski gloves. Then it's time to pick up your gear: if you've selected the snow sled tour, you will receive snow slide rental. If you have purchased the daily ski tour, you will receive your ski gear rental with a 30-minute basic ski lesson for your safety. If you also need the ski suit rental and lift pass, tour guide will help you rent them yourself. Now you're ready to hit the slopes! At the end of the day, you will be transferred back to your hotel in Seoul, with a stop at a ginseng center along the way!

Mt. Bukhan Hike & Korean-Style Spa with Full Body Treatment

5. Mt. Bukhan Hike & Korean-Style Spa with Full Body Treatment

Take a break and get some fresh air by climbing Mount Bukhan and having a Korean-style sauna experience. Meet at your hotel in Seoul between 8:00AM and 9:20AM, then transfer to Mount Bukhan, Seoul’s highest mountain designated as a national park in 1983. Starting from the main entrance of Mt. Bukhan, you will stop by Seunggasa Temple and climb up to Samo Rock which takes around 2.5 hours. At the end of your hiking experience, enjoy delicious Korean food for lunch. After lunch, relax your muscles at a Korean traditional sauna, similar to Jjimjilbang (if option selected). It’s a Korean-style sauna which is an indoor bathhouse separated by gender. Start with seshin, a Korean body cleansing service, with a rub-down by a ddemiri or "scrub practitioner" who sloughs away layers of dead skin from your entire body using a thin tower. All services, including scrubbing, a body oil treatment, face pack and shampoo, will be provided by an expert and will take around 1.5 hours. Your hotel drop off will be around 5:00PM.

From Seoul: DMZ Afternoon Half-Day Tour

6. From Seoul: DMZ Afternoon Half-Day Tour

The DMZ (Korean Demilitarized Zone) is where you can see the reality of the most divided nation in the world. On this guided tour from Seoul, access the restricted DMZ zone with your guide and gain access to key sights inside the DMZ and at Imjingak Park. See key areas of security tourism, including the Third Tunnel built for invasion by North Korea, Dora Observatory where you can see North Korea, and Dorasan Station, a wish for unification. Recent news about the end-of-war declaration means that if you don’t take this opportunity to see the DMZ, you might miss out. You’ll also be able to learn all about Korean pop culture and make friends from around the world on this half-day tour.

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What people are saying about Gyeonggi Province

Very informative and interesting tour. The tour company, and Amy in particular, was very helpful after out trip got rescheduled due to coronavirus and lack of people signed up for our slot, and were very helpful when we had difficulties organising a collection point. Our actual tour guide for the trip, Ko, was great. The tour was well organised, and she helped us understand the historical and cultural significance of what we were seeing, and was very humorous throughout it.

Had an awesome experience! Ko was a wonderful tour guide and the local support staff were very helpful setting up my tour. Would definitely recommend.

Wonderful experience. Great, knowledgeable guides. Efficient schedule. Would recommend full day if available.

It was a great tour and covered everything listed. Very knowledgeable and helpful tour guide.

The 2 your guides were well organized and history lessons about DMZ was very good