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Cruises visiting Cheju & all Cheju cruises for  2019-2020

Currently we have no major cruise ships visiting Cheju in the 2019-2021 seasons.

Future sailings will be shown here as they become available, and alternative ports in the region can be viewed at Asia Cruises. Please contact one of our cruise specialists today on 1800 121 187 if you require further assistance.

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Cheju (Jeju), a city on an island of the same name, is a beautiful destination located off the SW coast of South Korea, 90km off the Korean Peninsula. Cheju is a well-known resort with hotels and casino facilities, and welcomes over ten million visitors from mainland Korea, Japan, and China every year. A volcanic island, with good rainfall and mild climate, Cheju is known as 'Korea's Hawaii'. The locals call their home the Island of the Gods. Jeju City is surrounded by orange and mandarin farms for which it is famous. Enjoy duty free shopping and collecting fascinating souvenirs.

In the central city see the Samseonghyeol (“three clans' holes”), are three large holes in the ground related to local mythology. Places of interest include: Dragon's Head Rock (Yongduam), not far along the coast; the Sangumburi Crater 650 m across and 100 m deep, with its unique grave sites (20km SE out of town); Manjanggul lava tube and cave with its lava stalagmites, one of the longest in the world (25km E of Jeju); Bunjae Artpia, the world's largest botanical garden (40km SW of the city); and the fascinating Jeju Olle hiking trail system.

A good road system and rental cars allow for easy travelling across the entire island. There’s also a wide range of activities for visitors, such as hiking in Hallasan National Park with South Korea's highest peak Mt Halla-san (1,950m) and other well known trails, viewing majestic waterfalls, horse-riding, or simply relaxing on the sandy beaches. Ancient relics, some deemed to be from the Stone Age, make visits to numerous sites, such as the Ville pond of Ouum-ri and Gosan-ri and Sangmo-ri, simply fascinating to many, who are impressed by the mystery of the island.