|2018||Price Per Person||Single Supplement|
|7 Mar||2 May||11 Sep||$550|
|14 Mar||16 May||3 Oct*|
|21 Mar*||19 Jun**||31 Oct*|
|28 Mar*||11 Jul*|
|11 Apr*||13 Aug|
|* Shoulder Season Surcharge: $200
** Peak Season Surcharge: $400
- Economy class international airfares, taxes and fuel surcharges departing Sydney or Melbourne flying China Southern Airlines or China Eastern Airlines (subject to availability)
- 6 nights hotel accommodation (twin/double occupancy)
- Daily meals as indicated (B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner)
- Coach transportation
- Round trip airport and hotel transfers
- Entrance fees to scenic attractions
- English speaking tour guide(s) service
- Tipping and gratuities prepaid in Australia: $70
- Optional tour extensions
- Travel insurance (strongly recommended)
- Personal expenditure and anything not stated
Optional Post-Tour Extension
Japan Golden Route 8 Nights
Osaka, Kyoto, Nara, Mount Fuji, Hakone, Kamakura, Yokohama, Tokyo
Nexus Holidays has partnered with the Japan Tourism Board to provide travellers an immersive experience in Japanese culture and lifestyle to go with the sights on your unforgettable trip. We would love for our customers to experience Japanese culture and history. We will spend a few nights of the tour in a traditional Japanese hotel sleeping on rice straw mats called tatami. You will also visit restaurants on this tour where it is customary to remove your shoes and sit at low tables called “kotatsu”. It’s all part of the Japanese experience!
- Pray for your fortunes at the beautiful Heian Jingu Shinto Shrine
- Feed the gentle sika deer at Nara Park
- Race to Mount Fuji on a high speed Shinkansen bullet train
- Drink from clear springs at the foothills of Mount Fuji
- Loosen your muscles overnight at a traditional hot spring hotel
- Explore the bustling capital Tokyo, with its boisterous night life & hearty street food
For details, please click here.
|Seoul||The Palace Hotel Seoul||local rating or similar|
|Daegu||Daegu Grand Hotel||local rating or similar|
|Gyeongju||Gyeongju Commodore Hotel||local rating or similar|
|Mount Seorak||Inje Speedium Hotel & Resort||local rating or similar|
Generally, the best time to visit Korea is during autumn (September to November) when the country experiences warm, sunny weather, beautiful skies and spectacular foliage. Winters are cold and dry and are a good time to visit if you are interested in winter sports, as there are numerous ski resorts. Spring (April to May) is also beautiful with all the cherry blossoms in bloom. The summer months can be quite hot and humid.
In general, all meals will consist of local cuisine. While we aim to meet the special medical, religious and dietary requirements of our customers, we cannot guarantee they will always be catered for.
Most coaches used while on tour are comfortable air conditioned coaches.
Yes, you may certainly extend your time in Korea before the tour commences or after the tour ends. However, please be aware that there will be a minimum stay-behind fee from $200 and your preferred return date will be subject to availability and applicable fare and tax difference.
South Korea is 2 hours behind Australian EST.
The official national language is Korean.
Passports must be valid for at least six months beyond the length of stay. Visas are not required for Australian passport holders for entry into Korea for stays of up to 90 days.