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Jeju, Korea’s largest island, has steadily been loved the country’s top choice holiday destination thanks to its wonderful beaches, lush countryside and ocean-side hotels designed for comfort and relaxation. It is widely known for its natural beauty and volcanic vista and the whole island is on the UNESCO’s Natural World Heritage. Across the island you can find various types of the most beautiful untouched natural attractions, mainly structured by the eruptions of a sub-sea volcano thousands of years ago. Since 11 November 2011 Jeju is selected as one of the 7 New World Nature Wonders.
Discover the best of Jeju
Hallasan National Park
Hallasan Mountain rises up proudly from the center of Jeju Island and is perhaps the island’s most memorable landmarks. To entirely feel and enjoy the beauty and fascination of Hallasan National Park, a hike up Hallasan Mountain is musty. There is no need to worry even if you are not an experienced hiker, you can hike without difficulty along the hiking trail which is less than 10km in distance.
This magnificent 182m-high tuff volcano, a form of massive punchbowl, is one of Jeju-do's most marvelous spots. The luxuriant crater is surrounded by craggy rocks, porous rock is not enough to build the lake. From the start, climbing the precipitous stairs to the edge of crater just takes 20 minutes.
Haenyeo are the symbol of Jeju women as they were the cornerstone of Jeju’s economy in the past. A strong adamant will on life and frontier spirit is feature of the haenyeo. Haenyeo Museum established by Jeju local authority, has lately become one of the significant places to visit among tourists in terms of introducing the unique and precious culture of Jeju.
Hyeopjae Beach is renowned for one of the most stunning beaches entire Jeju island. White sand, clear and turquoise water and scenic views of Biyangdo island guarantee its popularity amongst beach goers. Needless to say absolute beauty, shallow beach is the perfect location to enjoy.