Introducing South Korea
A Fascinating Country with a Rich History & Culture
If you're looking for a holiday that's exciting, and that will leave you spellbound at every turn, consider a tour of South Korea!
Its capital, Seoul, is the world's tenth largest city. It's a place where ancient shrines nestle beneath soaring skyscrapers. Our Korea Tours start and end in Seoul.
Here is a charming country of ancient ruins, historic temples, romantic legends, natural wonders, lively modern cities, and landscapes that will take your breath away. Take a look at the tours we offer and contact us to book.
World Heritage Sites & Welcoming People
South Korea is a country full of surprises, where the ultra modern sits comfortably alongside a rich history and culture. Our Korea Tours let you explore some amazing historic sites.
Numerous UNESCO World Heritage Sites will entrance you, and you'll find its people polite and reserved, whilst at the same time, friendly and welcoming.
The Four Seasons - Choose When to Go
Geographically, Korea sits in a temperate climate zone, and has four distinct seasons.
Spring is between March and May, summer between June and August, autumn from September to November, and winter between December and February.
Spring and autumn weather is generally clear and dry. Summer is hot and humid, while winter brings brings colder, dry weather.
Korean food is distinctive - a mix of spices and a variety of ingredients. Like much of Asia, rice is a key element, but soups, seafood, and lots of side-dishes can be laid out to tempt you.
Barbecued meat is popular, often cooked for you at your table, where a chimney is lowered to take away the smoke! And of course most meals are accompanied by kimchi, which is a form of fermented cabbage, ginger, garlic, and red peppers. For Koreans it is an essential part of most meals.