Showcasing the essence of the South Korean capital through its beautiful sites and traditional neighbourhoods, Seoul will charm you. Explore the Royal Gyeongbokgung Palace; the not to be missed colourful Jogyesa Temple; walk through Hanok Bukchon village, home to 900 traditional houses; stroll through the quaint Insadong Street and visit the Demilitarized Zone, the infamous border separating North and South Korea.

Travel Period  23May – 31Oct19
Sales Period  to 31 Aug 19
Airline        Airfares are additional

• 3x nights accommodation in 3 star hotels
• Breakfast daily, 2 x lunches
• Transfers, sightseeing, entrance fees and the services of a local English-speaking guide on sightseeing tours

Pricing Details:
From $1,469 per person share twin



Day 1 Seoul

On arrival at Incheon airport, transfer to hotel. In the afternoon visit Gyeongbokgung Palace including the Folk museum and its collection of traditional Korean life followed by a visit to visit Jogyesa Temple the heart of Jogyejong Buddhist Order, practicing Zen meditation.

Day 2 Seoul

Today walk through the “Hanok” village of Bukchon known as the “North Village” and home to some 900 traditional Korean houses offering a unique cultural immersion in Korean ancient times. Stroll through Insadong Street full of antique shops and art galleries. After lunch at a local restaurant visit Jongmyo Royal Sanctuary.

Day 3 Seoul

Embark on a full day excursion with local guide to the DMZ. Located on each side of 38th parallel, this infamous border was established at the end of the war in 1953 at the signing of Panmunjom’s armistice in order to separate North and South Korea.

Day 4 Seoul

After breakfast, the day is at leisure in Seoul until transfer to the airport for your departure flight

Terms & Conditions

Valid for new bookings only. Valid for travel 23May-31Oct 19 or as otherwise specified and for sales to 31 Aug 19. Prices are per person in New Zealand dollars. International airfares are additional. A non-refundable deposit of NZD250 per person is required at the time of reservation. Full payment is due 42 days prior to departure. Prices are correct as at 21 May 19 but may vary due to currency fluctuations and are subject to change without notice due to unforeseen circumstances until paid in full. Packages are subject to availability. Close-outs may apply. Surcharges may apply during festivals, events and public holidays – please enquire about dates. Cancellation and amendment fees apply. Airfares, visa, travel insurance, departure taxes, personal expenses and gratuities are at passenger’s own expense. For full terms and conditions please click here.


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