Mt. Seorak & Daegwallyeong Sheep Ranch – 2D1N Tour

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Mt. Seorak & Daegwallyeong Sheep Ranch – 2D1N Tour

FROM $ 257.20

  • Tour Code : PD18
  • From USD 257.20 ~ (Pricing per person)
  • Different Pricing based on No. of Pax
  • Tour Duration : 2Days 1Night
  • Language : English
  • Maximum participant allowed : 7 pax
  • Please email us if your group is more than 7 pax
  • Please email us if you like to pay only deposit first




Product Description

** Itinerary is adjustable according to your preference and request. 

Day1
08:00 Pick up at your hotel (in Seoul)
Daegwallyeong Sheep Ranch
12:00 Lunch
Naksansa Temple
Naksan Beach
Yeonggeumjeong Pavilion
Dongmyeonghang Port fish Market
18:00 Dinner
19:30 Overnight in the hotel or Resort in Sokcho (4* class / The class 300 hotel or Delpino resort)
Day2
09:00 Pick up at the hotel or Resort in Sokcho
Mt. Seorak National Park (Gwongeumseong Fortress Cable Car, Shinheungsa Temple Big Bronze Buddha Statue)
12:00 Lunch
Teddy Bear Farm
Baekdamsa Temple Velly
19:00 Drop off at your hotel or your desired place (In Seoul)

Inclusion

Private Vehicle (All related cost), English Speaking Licensed Tour Guide Service, Admission fee

Accommodation with breakfast (4* class / The class 300 hotel or Delpino resort / twin or triple sharing)

Exclusion

Meal : Krw 6,000 ~ Up to your choice

Pricing

1 person    USD 940

2 persons  USD 470 p/p

3 persons  USD 350 p/p

4 persons  USD 300 p/p

5 persons  USD 280 p/p

6 persons  USD 266.70 p/p

7 persons  USD 257.20 p/p

Please email us if your group is more than 7 pax

Remark

In case you start/finish at Incheon airport, extra $60 per one way transfer from/to the airport

Additional $70 per single room with breakfast (Upon your request)

 

 

Mt. Seorak National park 

Also referred to as Seolsan and Seolbongsan, the mountain was named Seorak (‘Seol’ meaning ‘snow’ and ‘Ak’ meaning ‘big mountain’) because the snow would not melt for a long time keeping the rocks in a permanent state of white. In November 1965, the Seorak Mountain district was designated as a Natural Monument preservation area. Afterwards in December 1973, it was designated as a park preservation area, and in August 1982, as a Biosphere Preservation District by UNESCO.

Interesting Facts about the Sheep Farm : Established in 1988, the Daegwallyeong Sheep Farm raises sheep on an area of 195 k㎡, and is privately owned. There are many small to large animal farms in Pyeongchang, but the Sheep Farm is the only farm that raises sheep.

The farm features more than 200 sheep. The first thing that comes into view as you approach the farm are the herds of white sheep roaming on the green plains. The sheep grazing season varies depending on the weather, but it usually begins in early May and lasts until the end of October. During this season the sheep are allowed to graze 24 hours. In April, before the grazing season begins, the sheep are all shaved. However, it’s difficult to touch the sheep, because they are instinctively afraid of people and avoid close contact. If you want to get closer to the sheep, go on the ‘Sheep Hay Feeding Tour’

Naksansa Temple is located 4 km north of Naksan Beach, and boasts a 1,300-year history. It is a temple built by Ui-Sang, the ambassador of the 30th King of Silla Period (57 BC- 935 AD), and inside is the Seven Story Stone Tower, Dongjong, Hongyaemun, together with several other cultural assets. It was named Naksansa Temple by Ui-Sang, at the spot where he learned the prayer Gwansae-eumbosal from Bosal, after he returned from studying abroad in the Chinese Tang Kingdom. It was rebuilt several times afterwards, and the current building was erected in 1953.

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