Tour Break in Jeju Natures
This tour program is one of the highlights of WCHR 2014 the organizing committee has to offer. The program will give all participants a taste of the breathtaking beauty of Jeju Island, and of many natural wonders Korea has to offer. Join one of the following three courses and see firsthand how wonderfully Jeju natures have been preserved.
Date &Time May 16, 2014, 15:30 - 17:30
Course 1 Camellia Hill
Course 2 Spirited Garden
Course 3 Botanical Garden Yeomiji
Fee Free of Charge
* This program will be provided free of charge for all participants who are registered. However, please make a reservation
  for this complimentary tour when you register for the Congress.
* A shuttle bus service will be provided for those booking this tour to pick them up at ICC JEJU and to get them back to the
  hotels in which they are staying.
* Please note that tour reservations will be on a first-come, first-served basis.
* Please refer to the bus and tour schedules below.
Course 1. Camellia Hill
Time Details
15:30 Meeting at ICC JEJU
15:30 - 16:00 Transfer to Camellia Hill
16:00 - 17:00 Sightseeing in Camellia Hill
17:00 - 17:30 Transfer to the Hotels
Harboring the crystal-clear skies and winds, Camellia Hill is a camellia arboretum that was created on a plot of land behind Mt. Hallasan, which spans 172,000 square meters. Camellia is called the queen of winter flowers as it overcomes the harsh winter, blossoms in the snow and cold; so, its unique beauty is loved so much by the world. The arboretum is home to 6,000 camellia trees of 500 different species including species that are known to produce the world's largest and earliest blossoms. In addition to camellia trees, the arboretum also boasts palm trees, wildflowers, and other plants as well as a sprawling grass plaza and an ecological pond. Auxiliary facilities include a gallery exhibiting camellia-themed handicrafts and a multipurpose seminar room. Camellia Hill also offers a variety of lodging facilities ranging from thatched cottages and wooden cottages to steel houses and a condominium-type resort. And, Camellia Hill provides many interesting things to see, as well as a variety of foods, beverages and entertainment to enjoy, enabling you to understand what it means to take a rest in nature.

For more information, please visit (written in Korean only).