South Korea Tours
The Republic of Korea - commonly known as South Korea - is a beautiful country with rich history and culture, and a wealth of attractions. Boasting vibrant, modern cities, enchanting ancient sites, Buddhist temples and mouth wateringly delectable cuisine to boot.
On The Go Tours runs both group and private tours to South Korea where you'll be escorted by local English speaking guides. We can also arrange a private holiday tailored to your exact requirements.
With our our excellent service standards, we were recently recognised as the Best Holiday Company to Central and East Asia by the prestigious British Travel Awards. We look forward to welcoming you on holiday in South Korea soon.
Our tours to South Korea are peppered with some lovely local experiences - take a stroll along serene Cheonggyecheon stream in Seoul, spend a night in a traditional Hanok Village, chow down on a traditonal Korean BBQ, watch the comical 'Jump' martial arts show in Seoul, or go hiking with the locals in Mt Hallasan National Park on Jeju Island.
South Korea Group Tours
Our guided group tour in South Korea kicks off in the cosmopolitan capital city of Seoul, before continuing on to Andong, Gyeongju and the infamous Demilitarised Zone. Fully escorted by an expert English speaking South Korean tour guide, staying in comfortable hotels and with plenty of guided sightseeing, you are sure to have an enjoyable, fun and relaxing holiday to South Korea.
Explore South Korea, the 'Land of the Morning Calm', on one of our private tours. South Korea has surprising number of draw cards, and beyond its buzzing capital Seoul, the UNESCO listed volcanic island of Jeju is a must see. There’s also the historical heart of South Korea, Andong and Gyeongju, the ancient Kingdom of Silla, the fascinating de-militarised zone (DMZ), rolling tea plantations of Boesong and the towering granite peaks of Mount Seoraksan.
Highlights of South Korea - from Seoul to Seoraksan
The heart and soul of the nation is Seoul, the captivating 600 year old capital city which is busy reinventing itself as an energetic, high tech metropolis, embracing all that is modern, yet with a firm eye on it's past, with several historic palaces, temples and its ancient city walls. In the south, the cultural capital is undoubtedly Gyeongju. Dating back to 56 BC, it is known as ‘the museum without walls’ due to its wealth of historic sites including the World Heritage Listed Seokguram Grotto and Bulguksa Temple. For a small country, the picturesque landscape of South Korea is surprisingly diverse, from the towering granite peaks and lush green valleys of Seoraksan National Park, to endless glistening rice paddy fields, rugged mountainous ski resorts, sandy beaches and beautiful offshore islands such as volcanic Jeju Island.
“Going to South Korea was one of our biggest dream come true. We really wanted to visit during autumn because of the changing colours of the leaves.”
by Nur Adlyna Sazali
Posted on 19 Aug 2015
Our top picks for the South Korea
Hi Sarah, I just wanted to let you know that we had a wonderful time in South Korea! Our guide was really knowledgeable and very sweet, she really went out of her way to ensure that we enjoyed ourselves. I'm looking forward to planning our next trip with you in 2014. Thanks for all your help. ”
South Korea Travel Guide
Money, shopping, transport, food, health advice & more
Information on climatic and weather conditions in South Korea
Places on our must-see list of any visit to South Korea
Visa requirements for South Korea and info on getting your visa
Trip reviews from our travellers to South Korea