Bring the family to Korea for a winter sports getaway. Korea has a number of the region’s best winter destinations, providing enticing cold-weather activities for the traveling family. At the heart of this package is Yongpyong Ski Resort, the nation’s largest ski and snowboard park and home to the upcoming 2018 Winter Olympics. In addition, this getaway features several uniquely Korean destinations, including two theme parks, ice-skating in front of City Hall, and a day spent in Gonjiam, an outdoor hot spring ideal for winter relaxation.
Begin your family winter getaway in the world’s largest indoor theme park: Lotte World. Featuring an abundance of rides, a slew of colorful characters, and a massive ice skating rink, Lotte World is a fantastic (and warm) destination. If you wish, continue ice skating into the night outside Seoul’s massive City Hall. Rest up at your luxury hotel this evening– we recommend either the Fourseons or the Conrad.
Drive to Yongpyong Ski Resort, Korea’s largest ski and snowboard park and the future home of the 2018 Winter Olympics. Carve the slopes by day and enjoy your luxurious suite with your family by night.
Enjoy your second day at Yongpyong Ski Resort. In addition to their twenty-eight slopes, the facilities also include a sledding hill, indoor pool, full spa and health club, restaurants and norebang, or Korean-style karaoke, ensuring you never run out of fun activities.
Enjoy your final day at the Yongpyong Ski Resort, getting in a few more runs and taking in the stellar vistas of the Gangwondo province.
Embark on a trip to Konjiam Resort Spa, an outdoor spa designed to endure winter weather. Despite the cold winds and snow, the hot springs here are rejuvenating and comfortable after three days of skiing. Decompress at your Resort’s spa, Korean traditional medicine materials and oriental hand massage techniques.
Drive to Everland Theme Park for your final full day. While some rides will be closed due to weather, several wildly popular attractions, including the Snow Buster and Everland’s legendary sledding hills, are open for business. Everland also features a Mini-Zoo. Return to Seoul for dinner and overnight.
On your final day, hike Hallasan, Jeju’s central mountain and a Korean favorite. Structurally a shield volcano, this natural gem is home to the oldest Buddhist temple of the island. Close the day at Seongsan Ilchulbong, also known as “Sunrise Peak,” a volcanic crater ideal for viewing the sunrises (or sunsets) of this island escape.
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