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Here Korea Travel co.,Ltd 

Tourism business No. 2017-000008

R 1212, Gyeongguigung achim 2nd, Sajik-Ro 8gil 24

Jongno-Gu, Seoul, S.Korea

 

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  • Overview

The site is registered in UNESCO as Haeinsa Temple Janggyeong Panjeon, the Depositories for the Tripitaka Koreana Woodblocks. The temple itself dates back to 9th century, leaving an unparalleled significance in history and architecture. It is one of Korea's three major Buddhist temples(called the Three Jewels) and is an important pilgrimage site.

- Enjoy Busan Day trip to Haeinsa Temple with Mini van

- Get a glimpse of the Silla dynasty at Haeinsa Temple

- Taste Korean traditional dishes for lunch at local restaurant

- Explore walking trails through the beautiful Junam Wetlands Park with your guide

 

  • When you get there

Your guide will pick you up at your hotel in Busan at 8:00 am. Then you will be headed to Gaya National Park In Hapcheon where Haeinsa Temple is located. It takes about 2 hrs to get to Hapcheon. First, you will see great place to take a break from your hectic daily routine and have the time to look back with a picturesque landscape behind. It is Junam Wetlands in Dong-eup, Uichang-gu. People call this place ‘Paradise of Migratory Birds where People and Nature Coexist in Harmony. Junam Wetlands are one of the largest habitats of migratory birds in Korea.

 

After the largest bird habitat, when you arrive at Mt. Gaya National Park, It’s spectacular in all seasons starting off with the cherry blossoms and azaleas in the spring, lush green forests in the summer, dazzling foliage in the autumn and a wonderland in the winter. Within the park, you can visit the famous Haeinsa Temple. The temple houses 6791 volumes of Tripitaka Koreana, equivalent to the Bible or Koran. After Haeinsa Temple, you will have lunch near here. Hapcheon Hwangto Hanu(barbecued beef) is widely loved by food lovers who visit Hapcheon. Lunch will be barbecued beef. Korea-raised beef is expensive in Seoul. In Hapcheon, however, it is relatively cheap. Worth a try!

After Lunch, you will return to Busan. It takes around 2 hrs by car. Your tour concludes as your guide drops you at your hotel in Busan.

 

  • Itinerary

① Hotel pick up In Busan(It takes around 2hrs to get to Hapcheon)

② Visit Junam Wetlands

③ Head to Mt. Gaya National Park

④ Go to Haeinsa Temple

⑤ Lunch(local food)

⑥ Return to Busan(around 2hrs)

⑦ Hotel drop off in Busan

UNESCO Daily tour - Mt. Gaya National Park and Haeinsa Temple

$250.00Price
  • - Hotel pickup and dropoff

    - Lunch

    - Entrance fees

    - Professional English Speaking guide

    - Shared transport by air conditioned coach