South Korea Ecotourism: Green Attractions Guide For Travelers Announced
Ever Wonder Adventure, an online platform dedicated to showcasing untouched natural wonders, announces its guide to ecotourism in South Korea for globe-trotters, eco-warriors, and travelers with a deep appreciation for nature.
Singapore, Singapore - December 5, 2023 —
The new guide highlights eco-spots within Seoul and hidden gems across the country, offering information on various destinations around the capital and view photos as they do so.
Visit https://www.everwonderadventure.com/south-korea-adventure for details.
The latest guide aligns with Ever Wonder Adventure’s aim of fostering awareness and commitment to preserving natural wonders of the world for future generations. From their platform to real life, travelers can explore eco-friendly hidden treasures such as forested towns, serene coastlines, picturesque hills and landscapes, and charming fishing villages, culminating in an unforgettable vacation.
Seoul, South Korea’s bustling capital, is known for its sleek skyscrapers, cutting-edge technology, and shopping arenas. But, as with much of the country, there is a contrast — a juxtaposition of ancient and modern, nature and built environments.
Travelers can escape the bustle of the city by venturing to Seoul Forest, a green oasis with five parks covering 595,000 square meters. The eco-friendly zone consists of a natural habitat for wildlife animals such as deer, elk, chipmunks, and ducks. There is also an insect botanical garden, a bird observatory, and a wetlands flower garden, the guide says.
Another ecotourist option recommended in the guide is the Cheonggyecheon Stream, an 11-kilometer-long stream that runs through downtown Seoul. The stream is the product of a revitalization project that saw the dismantlement of an old highway and the renewal of a natural space. This urban oasis comprises ancient stonework, fountains, a waterfall, and a wishing well, offering natural beauty and relaxation.
As a testament to their commitment to sustainability, Seoul’s City Hall has the world’s largest vertical garden, with eco-friendly features including energy sources from solar power to geothermal energy. The garden, which spans more than 17,000 square feet, is also home to approximately 65,000 plants from 14 different species, the author adds.
Outside of Seoul, Ever Wonder Adventure offers a list of other hidden eco-gems. These include eco-conscious cities like Gyeongju and Suwon, the latter of which is filled with history and culture and is home to the UNESCO World Heritage Site Hwaseong Fortress.
Other options suggested in the guide include Hallasan Mountain and Cheonjiyeon Waterfall of Jeju Island, Seoraksan National Park for scenic hiking trails, Boseong Tea Fields, both Bukhansan National Park and Naejangsan National Park for unique landscapes and biodiversity, Jeonju for organic and locally sourced foods, and Andong, renowned for its preservation of traditional cultural practices and aptly referred to as “the capital of Korean spirit.”
For an ecologically sound trip, Ever Wonder Adventure suggests: “Your trip to South Korea can be a catalyst for change. Opt for eco-friendly hotels, indulge in organic cuisine, and say no to single-use plastics. Your choices can make a world of difference, literally”
Interested parties can find more information at https://www.everwonderadventure.com/support-us#!/South-Korea-Eco-Adventure-Marvels/c/159405766
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