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Jeju Eats and Culture Full-Day Private Tour

  • Private 8-hour Jeju Island tour
  • See top natural attractions including the lava cliff at Jusangjeoli and the waterfalls at Cheonjiyeon
  • Sample local snacks at the Seogwipo market with a private guide
Jeju Eats and Culture Full-Day Private Tour
From US$290.00
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Jeju Eats and Culture Full-Day Private Tour
From US$290.00
The UNESCO–listed sites of Manjang Cave and Mt. Seongsan are widely considered two of Jeju Island’s most impressive natural attractions, but reaching them without transport is a challenge. This private 8-hour combination bus and walking tour from Jeju makes it possible to check both off your list in a day, plus take in other landmarks such as Haenyeo Museum, the Seogwipo food markets, the Jusangjeoli lava cliff and the Cheonjiyeon waterfalls in one trip.
What to Expect
Following a 9:30am pickup at your Jeju hotel, meet your private guide and take a seat in your air-conditioned private minivan to begin your 8-hour tour.

First, visit the lava cliff at Jusangjeoli and the waterfalls at Cheonjiyeon — widely considered among Jeju’s top attractions. Along the way, admire the natural beauty for which Jeju Island is famous.

Delve into the Seogwipo market, where Jeju’s locals buy fresh produce, and sample some of the street foods the islanders residents enjoy. Afterward, continue on to Seongeup Folk Village — a showcase for Jeju Island’s rich culture and heritage.

After a lunch of seafood stew or pork barbecue, visit Haenyeo Museum and learn about the life and work of the island’s female divers. Then, climb to the top of UNESCO World Heritage–listed Mt. Seongsan — Jeju’s largest volcanic rock cone — and gaze out over the island to the ocean.

Visit Manjang Cave — the longest lava tube in the world and another of Jeju’s UNESCO–listed treasures. Then, return in comfort to your Jeju hotel to conclude your tour.
Reviews (8)
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Reviewed 19 September 2016

My husband and I visited the Jeju island this summer for 3 days with O’ngo. We consider food as the most important thing when we travel. And that was the reason for us to travel with O’ngo Food tour. Our guide was so knowledgeable, friendly...More

Thank veronica826826
Reviewed 8 September 2016
fantastic tour of jeju

I visited jeju island with my girlfriend last month and actually I was worried when I was making our tour plan. cuz both of us can’t speak Korean. it is actually kind of big problem cuz most of Koreans can’t really speak English. also I’m...More

2  Thank danial_go
Reviewed 14 October 2015
Phenomenal Private Tour of Jeju

My husband and I have been on several tours in the U.S. and in the world, and the three day, two night tour in Jeju through O'ngo Food with Lydia exceeded our expectations for a phenomenal tour experience. Communicating with O'ngo was great and they...More

1  Thank michelekb1981
Reviewed 9 September 2015
A Birthday in Paradise

I booked my trip for Jeju through O'ngo Food. It was a simple process of communicating what I wanted in a tour. My contact at O'ngo was always very quick to respond to my e-mails or phone calls. The company did a wonderful job of...More

1  Thank tichelle77
Reviewed 28 April 2015

This was a cruise ship stop for us and we had arranged a private tour. Susie was great. She spoke English well, was enthusiastic and tried to pleased a servant us. I highly recommended this company. The day went very well.

1  Thank TomFromBellaire
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