Jeju Island, officially Jeju Self-Governing Province is the largest of South Korea’s Islands. It has an independent visa policy that varies from that of the Republic of Korea mainland, so all ordinary passport holders (with a very small exception) can stay visa-free 30 days on Jeju, even if they normally require a visa for Republic of Korea mainland.
Jeju Island – is a New 7 Wonders of Nature, and a UNESCO Heritage site. Jeju has long been a favourite retreat for locals and international visitors alike thanks to its abundance of beaches, lush countryside and plentiful hotels located at the sea’s edge. An extinct series of Volcanoes leaves much to explore, and nas a sub tropical island Jeju offers that perfect location for high level retreats, international conventions and Two Centre incentives twinned with Seoul.
Shilla Jeju - Unobstructed views of the Pacific Ocean, glamping, tropical gardens, and world famous artists’ works, Shill is a truly upmarket resort hotel, with 429 guest rooms, 8 meeting rooms, spas, and plenty of amenities for all types of event.
Marriott, Shinhwa World, Jeju (pictured top left) - Jeju’s newest resort boasts a huge amount of entertainment and the latest hotels including this stunning Marriott. If amusements are not your bag, set amongst 600 acres means you can enjoy the natural setting of Jeju. 627 rooms, 8 event spaces and 14 breakout rooms, plus spa, in and outdoor pools plus Gotjawal Forest on your doorstep.
Plus plenty more international chain and boutique hotels.
• Spend time with the Haenyeo Korea’s very own mermaids, from hearing them sing (A haunting song is used prior to their dives to prepare their lungs for the free dive) at Sunrise Peak (Seongsan Ilchulbong, pictured top), to learning to dive. The Haenyeo have gained visibility recently, these strident women have been the ‘protectors’ of Jeju for many centuries and their free diving for seafood is both a magnificent feat, and activity now under preservation.
• Sundowners on a private hire yacht whilst observing the fascinating coast line left from lava deposits
• Party in a lava cave (pictured middle left) of tea plantation
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