- Tourists collect stamps at natural heritage sites and return home with a gift
The Jeju Tourism Organization (JTO) has launched a new campaign to get more foreign tourists to visit Jeju’s natural heritage sites.
The World Natural Heritage Stamp Rally campaign asks tourists to collect stamps at any of 10 heritage sites across the island.
Stamp Rally heritage sites
01 Hallasan Mountain
02 Seongsan Ilchulbong Sunrise Peak
03 Manjanggul Cave
04 Geomun Oreum
05 Jeju World Natural Heritage Center
07 Bijarim Forest
08 Jusangjeolli Cliff
09 Udo Island
10 Traditional Markets
Once four or more stamps are collected, tourists can collect a free gift to take home.
The stamp book, and free
To help tourists get around on the rally, JTO has outlined five stamp rally bus routes to get from site to site (site number in parentheses).
701 East Route (03, 07, 02, 09)
750-2 Pyeonghwa-ro Route (01, 10, 08)
740 1100-ro Route (01, 08, 10)
The Stamp Rally is already active in Seoul and Gyeongju on the mainland and it has been brought to Jeju to encourage foreigners to visit hidden heritage sites.
Contact the JTO for more information.
Jeju Tourism Organization
Jeju Welcome Center
23 Seondeok-ro, Jeju-si
You can also connect with JTO on Facebook to talk to one of their travel experts.
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