Junam Wetlands Park Tours

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Two hours west of Busan near Changwon City lies 705 acres (285 hectares) of natural habitat known as Junam Wetlands Park. Bird watchers from around the globe visit the park, Korea’s largest migratory bird habitat, to witness the spectacle of anywhere from 10,000 to 20,000 winter birds – white-naped crane, spoonbill, swans, geese and mallards among them – who fly into the park daily. In the summer some 5,000 migratory egrets, herons, orioles and warblers join the park’s permanent residents, including ducks, pheasants and skylarks.

Much of the park is accessible via a series of elevated wooden boardwalks with pullouts for scenic views and bird blinds where you can observe the birds more easily without startling them. While October to April is prime birdwatching season, there’s something to see no matter the season.

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If your time in Busan is limited, it’s possible to combine your visits to the Junam Wetlands Park and Haeinsa Temple into a single day trip.
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Address: Junam Wetlands Park, Changwon, South Korea
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Private Tour of Junam Wetlands and Haeinsa Temple

Discover native wildlife and ancient history in South Korea on this private 10-hour tour of Junam Wetlands and the Haeinsa Temple from Busan. Follow your private guide along winding walking trails through the Junam Wetlands Park. Keep an eye out for waterfowl including the white-naped crane, spoonbill and white heron, and gain insight into the birds’ habitat and behaviour patterns. After lunch at a Korean restaurant, visit the Haeinsa Temple on mighty Mt Gaya. Learn of ancient Silla Dynasty heritage and admire the temple’s collection of magnificent 13th-century carved scriptures.
  • Duration: 10 hours
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US$130.00
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  • Duration: 10 hours
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US$130.00


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