Korea Private Tours – Interesting Facts about Korea

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Korea Private Tours – Interesting Facts about Korea Whether it’s your first or nth time visiting South Korea you may want to experience the country in a more intimate way with a private tour. Korea private tours are popular with discerning travelers looking to travel more comfortably without the stress. Traveling this way will give you more opportunities to immerse yourself into the amazing culture through personalized activities and the places you want to see and experience without the uninteresting stops. Moreover it will give you more control over what to see and do whether you’re traveling alone with a small group or with a special someone. Personalized Korea private tours will provide a more intimate way to know and experience these interesting facts for you: • Cherry blossom season – Cherry blossoms have long been associated with Japan but you can also experience them in South Korea. Visit during spring around April to May and enjoy personalized walking tours while viewing the beautiful trees. Around this time local festivals are also likely to take place and you are welcome to experience them too. • Autumn foliage – Korean private tours from September to the start of November will give you the chance to enjoy the colorful autumn foliage as the season starts transitioning to winter. Your first day could involve a tour around Seoul and spend the rest of the days outside of the city to observe the colors of Autumn all over the country. • Natural features to explore – South Korea has many interesting and one-of-a-kind natural features to discover such as Hwanseon Cave a limestone cave that’s considered among the biggest in Asia. You could also visit the UNESCO Heritage Site of Haeinsa and the Jirisan Nature Reserve. • South Korea and North Korea share a border – Korean private tours can be arranged to include a visit along the demilitarized zone which stretches along the 38-degree parallel in the middle of the peninsula. It’s among the most fortified border lines in the world and it symbolizes the growing gap but also attempts in reconciliation between North and South.

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