6 Days


Incheon, a South Korean city bordering the capital of Seoul, has long been a transportation hub. The ultramodern, massive Incheon International Airport, with railway connections to Seoul, features a casino, spa and golf course. Yeonan Pier, close to the popular Incheon Fish Market, is the starting point for many boat tours. Seoul, the capital of South Korea, is a huge metropolis where modern skyscrapers, high-tech subways and pop culture meet Buddhist temples, palaces and street markets. Notable attractions include futuristic Dongdaemun Design Plaza, a convention hall with curving architecture and a rooftop park; Gyeongbokgung Palace, which once had more than 7,000 rooms; and Jogyesa Temple, site of ancient locust and pine trees. Namiseom or Nami Island is a half-moon shaped river island located in Chuncheon, Gangwon Province, South Korea, formed as the land around it was inundated by the rising water of the North Han River as the result of the construction of Cheongpyeong Dam in 1944. Petite France is a French-style theme park that was constructed in July 2008 in Gyeonggi Province, South Korea. Busan, a large port city in South Korea, is known for its beaches, mountains and temples. Busy Haeundae Beach features the Sea Life Aquarium, plus a Folk Square with traditional games such as tug-of-war, while Gwangalli Beach has many bars and views of modern Diamond Bridge.

Trip Highlights:

  • Transfer From Incheon Airport to Hotel
  • Seoul City Tour
  • Nami Island & Petite France Tour
  • Seoul  to Busan transfer by KTX Bullet Train
  • Busan City Sightseeing
  • Transfer from Hotel to Airport


Arrival Incheon – Seoul the beautiful capital of South Korea!! Seoul was the capital of various Korean kingdoms, including Baekje, Joseon, and the Korean Empire and served as the secondary capital of Goryeo, upon arrival at Incheon airport, transfer to Hotel. Later you can explore this beautiful city on your own. Overnight stay at Seoul.
After Breakfast at the hotel  proceed for Half Day Seoul City Tour. Visit gyeongbokgung palace which is arguably the most beautiful, and remains the largest of all five palaces. national folk museum, located inside gyeongbokgung palace, it presents over 4,000 historical artifacts that were used in the daily lives of ordinary korean people. Gwanghwamun square – the statue of korea’s most prominent people namely admiral yi 7 kim sejong. (Kim sejong is the one who has invented “hangul” (korea’s alphabet). Cheonggyecheon is a 10.9-kilometre-long (6.8 mi), modern public recreation space in downtown seoul. Myeongdong fashion street one of the busiest places in seoul and is among korea’s premier shopping destinations, over 1 million shoppers pass through this area each and every day.  Overnight stay at Seoul.
After Breakfast at the hotel, later visit the Nami Island and Petite France. Enjoy the perfect day trip from Seoul and discover the delights of the korean countryside at nami island, the filming location for a number of popular korean dramas, enjoy your lunch (on own) and then proceed to petite france for a little taste of French culture. Later, return to your hotel for an overnight stay. Overnight stay at Seoul.
Morning breakfast at the hotel & transfer to the Seoul station to catch KTX train to Busan. Arrival in Busan & Transfer to the hotel. Day free at leisure. Overnight at Busan. Overnight at Busan.
After morning breakfast, visit to Busan city – Haedong Yonggungsa temple is tourist spot and temple offers visitors the rare find of a temple along the shore line. Haeundae beach probably the most famous beach in the country, dongbaekseom island is a very small, and many dongbaek trees and evergreens thrive there. At the top of the island, there is a statue and a monument of choe chi-won, a scholar and writer during the silla kingdom, Gwangnam Bridge aka diamond bridge it is breathtaking to overlook nearby attractions from the bridge: the endlessly unfolding ocean, oryukdo island, hwangnyeongsan mt., gwangalli beach, dongbaekseom island, and dalmaji hill. Unmemorial cemetery honors un soldiers from 16 countries that were killed in battle during the korean war from 1950- 1953,evening back to the hotel. Overnight at Busan.
Breakfast at the hotel. Check out & Transfer to Jeju Airport to catch a Flight for Seoul. On arrival get connecting flight for your flight back home. Arrive home with pleasant memories of your tour, which we are sure you will treasure for a lifetime.


The term of cost includes:

  • 03 Nights hotel accommodations in Seoul.
  • 02 Nights hotel accommodations in Busan.
  • Meal : As per Plan. 
  • Seoul City Tour .
  • Nami Island Tour.
  • Petite France Tour.
  • Busan City Tour.
  • Transfer from Airport-Hotel-Airport.
  • All sightseeing & tours by SIC Basis.

The term of cost excludes:

  • Meal Which is not included.
  • Guest Insurance.
  • Anything not mentioned in inclusions.
  • Personal Expenses. 
  • All Entry fees.
  • Air Fare / Train Fare.
  • VISA
  • Local Tax


When is the best time to travel to Korea?

As Korea has four distinct seasons the best times to visit are in the spring (April to June) and fall (September to November). During the spring visitors will be able to enjoy the cherry blossoms and lots of sunshine. Fall is when the majority of major festivals take place and the colours are incredibly vibrant.

Is Korea a family-friendly destination?

South Korea is a safe and clean country and very family-friendly. Activities that the whole family will enjoy include theme parks, Hello Kitty Cafe, N Seoul Tower and much more! We can create a custom itinerary based on your family’s interests.

What language is spoken in Korea?

The official language of Korea is Korean.

Is English spoken throughout Korea?

English is taught as a second language in schools. However, do not assume every individual you meet will be able to converse in English.

Do I need a Visa to travel to Korea?

A Visa is not required when travelling to South Korea from Canada and The United States as a tourist for 180 or 90 days respectively. Passports must be valid for 6 months and an onward ticket is required.

What currency is used in Korea?

The currency used throughout the country is the won. Mastercard and Visa are very widely accepted, with American Express accepted as some high-end hotels and restaurants.

What are the public bathroom facilities like?

South Korea has a combination of squat toilets and western-style flushable toilets. It’s a good idea to carry your own toilet paper and hand sanitizer or soap as these are rarely provided in public toilets.

Is it safe to drink tap water?

Tap water is considered safe to drink in many parts of South Korea unless otherwise marked.

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