Walking on Ganghwado Island never leaves you bored of the view. South Korea’s fourth-largest island, located at the northwest end of the country, has a variety of landscapes that reflect its dramatic history.
Several times a key place where Korea resisted foreign invaders ― not always successfully ― the island features well-preserved historic remains, in the downtown area, rural villages and along the coastline.
The island is also a place where hikers can get a close look at North Korean territory just across the strait. North Korea’s Gaepung-gun can be seen from Ganghwado Island’s northeast.
The island takes walkers past prehistoric sites, old battlefields, heavily fortified walls and barbed-wire fences along the borders with North Korea.
Collect from Hotel - Drive to Ganghwado Island(61km/1.5hrs) - Ganghwa Peace Observatory - Ganghwa Dolmen Site[UNESCO World Heritage] - Goryeo Gungji Palace Site - Ganhwa Pungmul Market - Gwangseongbo Fortress - Return to Hotel(1.5-2hrs) - Hotel Drop
* 2017/2018 Tour Price
Driving Tour Guide with Private Car (1-6 or up to 8 PAX)
Tour Guide & 10 Seats Van + Driver (1-6 PAX)
Tour Guide & 15 Seats Bus + Driver(1-15 PAX)
Tour Guide & 45 Seats Bus + Driver(1-45 PAX)
Quoted upon request
Extra Charge Per Hour
* Tour type : Private tour
* Price per group not per person
* Inclusions : English speaking tour guide and private transport service
* Exclusions : Entrance fees, Meals, Personal expense
- North Korea View from Ganghwa Peace Observatory -
- Goryeo Gungji Palace Site -