Junam Wetlands and Haeinsa Temple Tour


Explore South Korea’s natural and cultural history on this 10-hour Junam Wetlands and Haeinsa Temple tour from Busan. Explore walking trails through the beautiful Junam Wetlands Park with your guide. Look out for native waterfowl including the white-naped crane, spoonbill and white heron, and listen as your guide explains the birds’ habitat and migratory patterns. After lunch in a local Korean restaurant, visit the Haeinsa Temple on Mt Gaya. Hear of ancient Silla Dynasty history and marvel at the temple’s collection of Tripitaka Koreana — magnificent 13th-century carved scriptures. Junam Wetlands Park and Haeinsa Temple day trip by coach Bust out your binoculars to spot thousands of feathered friends at Junam Wetlands, Korea’s largest bird habitat Visit Haeinsa Temple to learn from a knowledgeable guide about the 13th-century Tripitaka Koreana woodblocks housed there Enjoy Korean dishes for lunch at a local restaurant Includes hotel pickup and drop-off from Busan


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  • This is a full-day tour to explore Changwon Junam Wetlands and Hapcheon Haeinsa Temple.
  • Haeinsa is famous for housing Janggyeong Panjeon, a UNESCO World Heritage.
  • Hotel pick-up and lunch is included.


Information about Junam Reservoir (Wetlands)

  • Changwon Junam Reservoir is a hinterland wetland created when the Nakdong River overflowed. Even in winter, the water does not freeze well and the food is abundant, so various amphibians, insects, and fish live there.
  • Junam Reservoir is a major wintering area for waterfowl, where 10,000 to 20,000 birds of 100 species can be observed in winter. It is also a shelter and feeding area for egrets, a summer bird. In particular, it is a major international destination for migratory birds, exceeding the standard of the Ramsar Convention, where 10,000 to 20,000 stingray ducks, which are listed on the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) red data list, arrive annually.
  • Location: Woljam-ri, Dong-eup, Euichang-gu, Changwon-si, Gyeongsangnam-do


Information about Haeinsa Temple

  • Haeinsa Temple is a sacred site for Korean Buddhism, and there are more than 70 relics including World Cultural Heritage and National Treasures.
  • The temple is housing the collection of the Tripitaka Koreana of more than 81,258 Buddhist texts, laws, and covenants carved between 1237 and 1248 AD, which is made in the Goryeo Dynasty with a wish to defeat the Mongol army.


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