- From: 03/18/2020
- For: 19 days
- Landing in: Seoul, South Korea
- Returning from: Tokyo, Japan
Seoul, South Korea
3 nightsWed. Mar 18-Sat. Mar 21
Jeju City, South Korea
3 nightsSat. Mar 21-Tue. Mar 24
Busan, South Korea
2 nightsTue. Mar 24-Thu. Mar 26
2 nightsThu. Mar 26-Sat. Mar 28
3 nightsSat. Mar 28-Tue. Mar 31
2 nightsTue. Mar 31-Thu. Apr 02
4 nightsThu. Apr 02-Mon. Apr 06
3 nightsWed. Mar 18 - Sat. Mar 21
South Korea's bustling capital boasts a distinctly modern atmosphere, as well as incredible cuisine, nightlife, museums, and rich history.
Historic Center, Seoul
Get to know South Korea's capital, exploring its busy center, sampling local food, enjoying the nightlife, and more.
Bongeunsa Temple, Seoul
Established in the 8C, this temple retains several halls from its original structure and offers visitors a Temple Stay experience.
National Museum of Korea, Seoul
Immerse yourself in Korean culture and history at this massive museum, home to artwork, historic artifacts, treasures, and more.
Set on the summit of Mount Namsan, this communication tower offers superb views of the area, nice eateries, and several observatories.
A tiny island boasting lush natural landscape and a vibrant arts scene full of galleries, as well as amusement and water parks.
The Garden of Morning Calm
Designed to show the world the beauty of Korean gardens, the park has a section dedicated to South Korea's desire to reunite with the north.
3 nightsSat. Mar 21 - Tue. Mar 24
The main city Jeju Island, this bustling city offers visitors access to some of the island's most exciting and beautiful treasures.
Historic Center, Jeju City
Explore the streets of this coastal city, getting to know the local atmosphere and mingling with fellow visitors.
Hamdeok Beach, Jeju City
Spend the day relaxing on the sandy shores or bathing in the clear shallow waters at one of Jeju City's loveliest beaches.
Folklore and Natural History Museum, Jeju City
Trace the history of Jeju Island from prehistoric times with geological and marine artifacts, through traditional garb, up to today.
Dongmun Market, Jeju City
Shop with the locals at this traditional Korean market, where shoppers can buy a variety of inexpensive local goods.
Hallasan National Park
Explore the hiking trails covering South Korea's tallest mountain, visit the crater lake, and enjoy everything this park can offer.
Seongsan Ilchulbong (Sunrise) Peak
Resembling a fortress from afar, this ancient volcanic relic boasts lush flora and a verdant crater perfect for hiking.
2 nightsTue. Mar 24 - Thu. Mar 26
South Korea's second-largest metropolis is a thriving port, offering its visitors great shopping, temples, museums, and great food.
Beomeosa Temple, Busan
A 16C temple complex located on the slopes of a famous mountain. boasting several architectural monuments and a serene atmosphere.
Busan Gamcheon Culture Village
Full of multi-hued houses arranged scenically and descending on a mountain slope, this vibrant village is rich with cultural curios.
A popular recreational area, boasting a rocky beach, an observatory, interesting rock formations, a lighthouse, and a theme park.
Haedong Yonggungsa Temple, Busan
Dramatically set on a cliff overlooking the sea, this 14C Buddhist temple complex features fine architecture and symbolic elements.
2 nightsThu. Mar 26 - Sat. Mar 28
Known as the world's first city in history to be hit by a nuclear weapon, this city features memorial museums, shrines, and castles.
Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum
Exhibiting personal items, photos, and relics of the Japanese WWII victims, the museum traces the horrors of the nuclear bombings.
Historic Center, Hiroshima
Discover a city center buzzing with energy and laden with somber memories, full of a unique modern charm.
Hiroshima Peace Memorial
A memorial featuring the Genbaku Dome, preserved in its ruined state to commemorate the victims of the 1945 atomic bombing.
Replicating the original 16C castle, this compound is a great example of the traditional Japanese flatland castle.
3 nightsSat. Mar 28 - Tue. Mar 31
The capital of Imperial Japan for a whole millennium, the charming Kyoto is full of museums, cultural monuments, castles, and parks.
Historic Center, Kyoto
Wander through the quaint winding streets of the center, admiring traditional wooden houses, visiting shops, and sampling local food.
Daigoji Temple, Kyoto
Dating to the 9C, this temple complex houses Kyoto's oldest building and features cultural monuments, murals, a garden, and more.
Fushimi Inari Taisha, Kyoto
Walk through a long line of scarlet shrine gates on your visit to this 8C temple, and ask for good fortune from the local fox deity.
Daitokuji Temple, Kyoto
A temple complex dating to the 14C, home to several national treasures, 22 sub-temples, renowned murals, and a tranquil garden.
A culturally significant city, Nara is full of Japanese heritage, historic landmarks, as well as a wealth of shrines and temples.
A district renowned for its pleasant nature, featuring a bamboo grove, diverse flora, architectural curios, and quaint villages.
2 nightsTue. Mar 31 - Thu. Apr 02
Retaining ancient Japanese architecture, as well as traditional samurai and geisha districts, Kanazawa also boast a great art museum.
Kenrokuen Gardens, Kanazawa
One of Japan's best gardens is famed for its beauty. It features a tea house, a temple, Japan's oldest fountain, and more.
Historic Center, Kanazawa
Stroll through this delightful historic center, lined with traditional wooden houses, rich in historic charm.
21C Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa
A museum of contemporary art housed in an impressive circular complex, known for its experimental and interactive installations.
This 16C temple is famed for its many hidden staircases, secret chambers, and escape tunnels, and is often nicknamed the Ninja Temple.
4 nightsThu. Apr 02 - Mon. Apr 06
Brimming with undeniable energy, Japan's capital and largest city is a vast metropolis full of museums, parks, and cultural monuments.
Historic Center, Tokyo
Vibrant colors, tastes, smells, and sounds awaits you as you venture into the heart of Tokyo, where streets buzz with energy.
Meiji Shrine, Tokyo
Honoring Emperor Meiji, this Shinto shrine is nestled within a tranquil forest, offering walking paths and amulets stalls.
Golden Gai, Tokyo
With interesting architecture and and abundance of bars, this Shinjuku district has become Tokyo's flourishing nightlife hub.
Dating to the 17C, this ornate shrine boasts gold-leaf doors and pillars, fine sculptures and artwork, and ancient relics.
Tokyo Disneyland and DisneySea
With rides and attractions for all ages, both adults and children will love Japan's exciting Disney theme park.
Providing easy access to the national park surrounding Mt. Fuji, this charming town also offers museums and traditional hot springs.
Tokyo National Museum
Japan's oldest national museum is the country's largest art museum and exhibits artwork and archaeology from all over Asia.
Sensoji Temple, Tokyo
Tokyo's oldest temple dates to the 17C and is a favorite of foreign and local travelers, boasting gardens, eateries, and charm stalls.