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Private Tour of Junam Wetlands and Haeinsa Temple
"Upon pickup from your hotel depart by air-conditioned private vehicle for Junam Wetlands Park. Relax during the 2-hour drive west of Busan to Changwon City. Your knowledgeable private guide prepares you for the exciting day ahead with information about the sites. When you reach hop out of your minivan for a big dose of nature as you explore on foot with your guide. A common place to study birdlife Junam Wetlands is home to thousands of winter waterfowl — including the white-naped crane spoonbill baikal teal bean goose and mallard — and summer birds such as the Chinese oriole
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Junam Wetlands and Haeinsa Temple Tour
"After you’re picked up from your hotel in Busan relax aboard a comfortable coach during the 2-hour drive west to Changwon City. Then continue to nearby Junam Wetlands Park a 705-acre (285-hectare) habitat for thousands of winter waterfowl — including the white-naped crane spoonbill baikal teal bean goose and mallard — and summer birds such as the Chinese oriole great leed warbler
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Private Busan Countryside Tour: Andong Hahoe Folk Village
"Start your day trip from Busan with hotel pickup and depart for Andong City by private air-conditioned vehicle. Enjoy the panorama of Korea’s countryside during the approximately 3-hour drive to your destination. Along the way listen as your friendly guide shares information about the day’s attractions.Your first stop is Hahoe Folk Village designated a UNESCO World Heritage site for its well-preserved traditional houses. Home to descendants of the Ryu clan of Pungsan Hahoe (translated as ‘village enveloped by water’) is located in the foothills of Hwasan mountain and is flanked by the Nakdong River that flows around it.Walk with your guide to the village center which showcases large tile-roofed houses
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More Things to Do in Sobaek-sanmaek

Trekking (Part 4 of 4)

The last part of the trek (about 1km) is to the top of Birobong Peak (about 1430 metres above sea level). During this part of the trek, you will be above the tree line and the surrounding is all...
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Aug 21, 2009

Summit of Birobong Peak

The reward for the 6-7km trek (or climb) one way is reaching the summit of Birobong Peak at about 1430 metres above sea level. There is a stone monument here that marks the summit as well as some...
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Aug 21, 2009

Trekking (Part 3 of 4)

After leaving the half-way rest stop, this section of the trek is tougher as it is steeper and the path is rocky and narrower. Do take your time and be carefully of slipping from the rocks. If you are...
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Aug 21, 2009

Trekking (Part 2 of 4)

After the first 1-1.5km of easy walk, the next 1-1.5km or so will be tougher as the terrain is more steep. Take your time, walk slowly and enjoy the scenery especially in autumn season.The trail is...
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Aug 21, 2009

Park Headquarters

After walking about 200-300 metres from the park entrance via a well-laid path through the bridge and Darian Waterfalls, you will reach the park headquarters area. You can get maps of the various...
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Aug 21, 2009

Bridge

There is a bridge you need to cross to view the Darian Waterfalls and get to the Sobaeksan National Park headquarters area, which you would officially start your trek (or hike) up to Birobong Peak.The...
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Aug 21, 2009
 
 
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Darian Waterfalls

While heading to the Sobaeksan National Park headquarters area from the park entrance area, you will walk through a bridge (next VT tip) and there is a waterfall here called the Darian Waterfalls....
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Aug 21, 2009

Sobaeksan Park Entrance Area (Part 2)

Attached here are more photos of the beautiful entrance area of Sobaeksan National Park. After you trekking to Birobong Peak, it is worthwhile spending sometime here to relax while waiting to take the...
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Aug 21, 2009

Sobaeksan Park Entrance Area (Part 1)

After about 30-45 minutes bus ride from Danyang town, you will alight at the Sobaeksan Park entrance area which consist of a huge manicured park with open spaces and beautiful trees especially during...
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Aug 21, 2009

Trekking (Part 1 of 4)

The first 1-1.5 km is rather simple and terrain is rather flat. The trail is wide along the mountain stream, and you need to cross a few wide bridges. Enjoy the scenery here.
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