Intensive tour routes for Jeju's highlights in two days.
Eco Land Theme Park was built on 1km² of Gotjawal primeval forest. Visitors can explore around by train that resembles an 1800's steam powered Baldwin train. Aboard the train, visitors will see various plants, animals, and insects. The park also has a lake where visitors can experience the eco-system of the forest, take a walk, and have a picnic. There are many other things to enjoy as well including the Eco Bridge, Hovercraft, Eco Windmills, Picnic Garden, Kid’s Town, Eco Road, Bare Foot on Scoria, Floating Café, and topiary artworks.
The Seongeup Folk Village shows the unique culture of Jeju-do Island. The black lava rock walls, the straight but curvy alleys to block the wind, and the stone grandfather statues (Harubang). The local black-haired pigs and tongsi (restroom) are especially well-known characteristics of Jeju's folk culture.
Seongsan Ilchulbong Peak rose from under the sea in a volcanic eruption over 100,000 years ago. Located on the eastern end of Jeju-do Island, there is a huge crater at the top of Seongsan Ilchulbong Peak. The crater is roughly 600 meters in diameter and 90 meters high. With the 99 sharp rocks surrounding the crater, it looks like a gigantic crown.
The water at Cheonjiyeon Falls, meaning "sky connected with land," appears to fall from the heavens. Which is where it got its name. Apart from the wild Dampalsu trees, designated as Natural Monument No. 163, the wooded area also contains a great variety of rare plants and camellias which all make up the forest specified as Natural Monument No. 379. Take a walk along the subtropical path towards the Cheonjiyeon Falls for a kilometer and you will be able to hear the magnificent sound of the waterfall.
Jusangjeolli Cliff is made up of stone pillars piled along the coast and is a designated cultural monument of Jeju-do Island. Jusangjeolli Cliff was formed when lava from Hallasan Mountain erupted into the sea of Jungmun. The rock pillars are shaped like cubes or hexagons of various sizes and almost look like stonemasons had carved them out.
Sanbangsan Mountain was the result of violent volcanic activity about 700,000 to 800,000 years ago and is, in fact, a huge body of lava. The cliffs on the southern side of the lava dome are marked with a rich variety of curious formations such as weathering pits and slopes, some of which are as high as 200 meters. And its name "sanbang" means "a cave inside a mountain" which suggests that this mountain contains a cave, which is located about 150 meters above sea level and has a spectacular view of the ocean.
Oedolgae Rock, also known as Janggunseok Rock, sits not far from the shores of Sammaebong, Seogwipo. It is an amazing rock formation, 10 meters in circumference and 20 meters tall. It is surrounded by beautiful islands like Bum Island, Sae Island, and Seonnyu (fairy) Rock. Oedolgae Rock was also the film location of the 2003 TV drama series, "Daejangguem" where Hansangung (Yang Mi-Kyung) faced her death under false accusations while being carried on Daejanggeum's (Lee Young-Ae) back.