We work closely with associates and guides based in Seoul who can devise private tours of South Korea - perfect for family groups or friends traveling together!
If you like the sound of one of our Group Tour suggestions, but would rather do it on a private basis just for you and your family, let us know and we'll send a quotation and itinerary.
Simply let us know the day you will arrive and the number of days you wish to stay.
If you'd like us to design a bespoke tour, let us know the destinations you would like to include. Popular destinations are shown below...
Modern architecture and areas of pop culture, such as Gangnam, contrast with historic traditional structures in this vibrant city. Charming Seoul has gorgeous palaces, tempting restaurants, and stylish chic shopping outlets.
The palaces of Gyeongbokgung and Changdeokgung are sites to attract enthusiasts of traditional Korean architecture.
DMZ - The Demilitarised Zone
A fascinating region to visit, the DMZ gives an insight into the long-running conflict between North and South Korea. Look across into North Korea from the Observation Post, and experience history walking through the 3rd Infiltration Tunnel.
Other sites of interest are the modern Dorasan Train Station, which stands as a symbol of hope for the eventual reunification of North and South Koreas, and Dorasan Peace Park.
Close to Seoul, Suwon is best known for its Hwaseong Fortress, with its solid stone walls, attractive archways, towers, and four pagoda style gates. Dating from the Joseon dynasty the fortress is a UNESCO world heritage site.
Suwon also boats the impressive Hwaseong Haenggung Palace.
Andong, situated alongside the Nakdong river, is renowned for the Hahoe village, a UNESCO World Heritage site displaying historic Korean traditions and culture.
Gyeongju, a coastal city, is often referred to as an "open-air museum", with its traditional features and rich heritage. Once capital of the ancient Silla kingdom, the city of Gyeongju is packed with cultural historic sites going back many centuries, including the famed Bulguksa temple, a UNESCO world heritage site.
In the peaceful and scenic Taebaek Mountains, Pyeongchang is most recently famed for having hosted Korea's Winter Olympic Games in 2018. Its National Park is a rambler's delight with pathways running between snow-capped peaks.
As well as ski resorts, Pyeongchang is home to several stunning Buddhist shrines.
Seoraksan National Park
In the UNESCO protected Seoraksan National Park, snow covered mountains form a stunning background to the park's temple architecture. Here you can trek a number of nature trails, or simply take in the scenery by traveling by cable-car.
Busan, the second largest city in South Korea is a city with expansive sandy beaches and modern high-rise buildings that contrast with traditional Buddhist temples.
The Haedong Yonggungsa temple is a "must-visit" as is the popular Jagalchi fish market.
Boseong is the primary tea growing region of South Korea, where local women hand-pick the tea leaves in traditional terraced fields, which are surrounded by attractive hills.
This high quality green tea has been harvested in Boseong for over 1600 years.
Off the south coast of Korea's mainland is the beautiful Jeju Island, where white sand beaches nestle within forests of pine trees, whilst other features include volcanic craters and lava caves.
Jeju Island's rich culture is complemented by beautiful botanical gardens, making this a popular holiday destination.
When submitting your Private Tour Enquiry, simply let us know the destinations you wish to include, the day you will arrive, and the number of days you wish to stay.
Alternatively, select a suggested Group Tour Itinerary, but let us know that you would like to undertake the tour on a private basis.