Escape from the buzz and lights of city and delve into the breathtaking unspoiled nature of Busan. From the Nakdong River to Yongdusan Park and Taejongdae Park, this private guided day trip promises to delight the hearts of all nature lovers!
 

Tour Code: KSB02
Duration: 1 day
Start/End: Busan port/ Busan port
Highlights: Nakdong River Eco-Center, Yongdusan Park, Busan Tower, Taejongdae Park
Tour Customizable: Absolutely! (Tell us your specific requirements in the inquiry form)
Tour category: Busan shore excursions

 
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Meet your private driver and guide upon pickup from the Busan port who’ll drive to Nakdong River in the south of Busan. There, discover the breathtaking nature of Busan, learn about bird migration as well as visit a museum of unique architecture.

Nakdong River Eco Center

Nakdong River Eco Center

Continue on to Yongdusan Park, located in the heart of Busan. Stroll in the park to see various monuments honoring war victories and military heroes, including the Naval Admiral Yi Sun-shin’s. Climb up to the top of Busan Tower. Standing at the height of 120m, it offers spectacular panoramic views of Busan’s vibrant city and busy port.

Birds in Nakdong River Eco Center

Birds in Nakdong River Eco Center

Next, head to Yeongdo Island to visit Taejongdae Park, another example of Busan’s stunning natural landscape. Follow the stone footpath to see a tiny rock beach, naturally sculptured rocks, thick pine forests, some temples, and a lighthouse. On clear days, you can even see the Japanese island of Tsushima from the observatory. Complete the tour with return transport to your port in the late afternoon.

Panorama of Yongdusan Park

Panorama of Yongdusan Park

What’s included?

  • Round trip transfer from the ports in private air-conditioned vehicle
  • English-speaking guide
  • Entrance fee and port fee
  • 1 bottle of water per person per day

What’s excluded?

  • Pre & After accommodation
  • Other drinks
  • Tips
  • Other personal expenses