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Cruises to Jeju

A land of legends

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Japan Grand Voyage

  • 23 Apr 2021
  • 16 nights
  • Ship: Queen Elizabeth
  • Fly Cruise
  • Flights Included

Itinerary: Tokyo, Japan - Yatsushiro - Jeju Island, South Korea - Kanazawa - Akita, Japan - Hakodate - Tokyo, Japan - Kagoshima, Japan - Jeju Island, South Korea - Nagasaki, Japan - Shimizu -…

Includes: Breakfast, lunch and dinner available in the main restaurants plus snacks available 24 hours a day in the buffet restaurants , comedy and drama shows including shakespeare classics…

Inside from £3,999pp (was £4,749)

Japan in the Springtime

  • 10 Mar 2022
  • 18 nights
  • Ship: Celebrity Solstice
  • Fly Cruise
  • Flights Included

Itinerary: Tokyo (Yokohama), Japan - Mt Fuji (Shimizu) - Kyoto (Osaka) - Kochi, Japan - Ishigaki, Japan - Okinawa, Japan - Jeju Island, South Korea - Nagasaki, Japan - Hiroshima, Japan -&hell…

Includes: Two night 4★ hotel stay in tokyo included*, free on board spend of up to $1,000*, exclusive free cabin upgrades*, book a suite and enjoy premium drinks package, wifi package, on&he…

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Far East

  • 14 Mar 2020
  • 14 nights
  • Ship: Celebrity Millennium
  • Fly Cruise
  • Flights Included

Itinerary: Hong Kong - Taipei (from Keelung), Taiwan - Nagasaki, Japan - Busan, South Korea - Jeju Island, South Korea - Tianjin, China - Seoul (from Incheon), South Korea - Shanghai (from&he…

Includes: Up to $1,000 on board spend*, sail* – book your preferred stateroom at the lowest possible fare, sail plus* – two perks: classic drinks package, wi-fi, $300 on board credit or&hell…

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Cascading waterfalls and wondrous beaches


Biyangdo Island, Jeju

Biyangdo Island, Jeju

Cheonjiyeon Falls, Jeju Island

Cheonjiyeon Falls, Jeju Island

Hallasan Volcano, Jeju Island

Hallasan Volcano, Jeju Island

Hallasan, Jeju

Hallasan, Jeju

Jeju statues

Jeju statues

Monastery Bell, Jeju

Monastery Bell, Jeju

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Dramatic volcanoes:

Mount Halla (also known as Hallasan) is a dormant volcano at the centre of Jeju island. Its slopes are home to luxuriant forests and grasslands, whilst the vast crater at its peak boasts the Baengnokdam lake. Combined with its 360 satellite volcanos and extensive system of lava tubes it was recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2007. Step inside the Hyeopjae and Ssangyong Caves to discover how magma once flowed through these channels, or head 20 miles east of the city to view Manjanggul – the largest of the island’s lava tubes.

Pristine beaches:

The closest beaches to Jeju’s port are Geumneung and Hyeopjae on the north shore. Blessed with emerald-toned waters and white sands, these neighbouring stretches of palm tree-lined coast offer a tropical setting to bask in the sunshine or snorkel shallow tides. On the south of the island, you’ll find Jungmun Saekdal beach, a popular summer spot for locals.

Gracious gardens:

Immerse yourself in a riot of exotic colour just 20 miles west of Jeju city. Set in 80 acres of lush, carefully cultivated gardens, Hallim Park is beautiful and aromatic escape from the city. Meander through the tropical botanic gardens, stroll down Palm Tree Avenue, then discover a basalt Dol hareubang (stone grandfather) statues and Bangsatap in the Jae-am Folk Village. Appreciate the meticulous allure of numerous Bonsai before treating your senses to the floral delights of the Azalea and Cherry Blossom gardens.

Diverse museums:

Jeju is home to all manner of museums and exhibits sure to satisfy your curiosities. Discover the island’s natural and cultural history at the Folklore and Natural History Museum as you wander past folklore relics, indigenous flora and fauna, plus examples of tools used by Jeju’s Haenyeos (female divers). Technology fans can visit the Nexon Computer Museum, while cuppa connoisseurs can explore the O'Sulloc Tea Museum. Or, if these don’t appeal, perhaps consider the teddy bear museum, an optical illusion gallery, or Hello Kitty Island will.