Destination Search

Accessible Tours

Be Inspired

Travel expands the mind, and fills the gap.

Accessible Tours in South Korea

Start your tailor-made accessible tour with ideas and insight from our disabled holiday specialists.

We offer tailor-made tours and bespoke accessible travel for disabled people. 4 Day Korean Cuisine and Culture Tour is just an example of a wheelchair accessible tour from our Tours In Korea, Accessible Tours section. If this is not what you are looking for our experienced disabled holiday travel consultants are here to help. Please call us on 03333 355615 to discuss your requirements. Tailor made disabled holidays and accessible tours.

Board Basis: Full Board

With this accessible tour, you can experience Korea’s history and modern culture. You’ll be able to see first-hand a range of fantastic landmarks, and try a range of authentic Korean cuisine. You can be a Korean monk, king, chef, movie actor, and music star.

This Package Includes:
  • English-speaking guide for 4 days
  • 1 night temple stay, and 2 nights in an accessible 3 star hotel
  • Entry tickets to attractions
  • 4 breakfasts, 3 lunches, and 3 dinners – with halal, vegetarian, and gluten-free options
  • Accessible lift bus transportation for 4 days

Day 1: Myogaksa Temple Stay
  • On the first day of your tour, you can immerse yourself in the 1700 year history of Korean Buddhism and learn about the life of Buddhists. The program for the day includes an introduction to Buddhism, morning Buddhist service, meditation, and tea ceremony. The small, hidden temple is located on the side of Mt. Naksan, in the quiet residential district of Jongno-gu, and was established in 1930 by Monk Taeheo Hongseon. The location of the temple on Mt. Naksan was based on Feng Shui - it was believed that the temple here would bring peace and happiness to the residents of Seoul. Since establishment, the temple has gone through two renovations which have expanded the grounds.
  • A Mae Buddha Statue can be found carved into rocks on a cliff on the side of Mt. Naksun. This statue has since been designated as a cultural asset of Seoul. Visitors can also enjoy a Grand Buddha Shrine, a Wonton Buddhist shrine, a preaching hall, a grotto, and Sanshingak Pavilion.
Day 2: Korean Food Experience Hall, N Seoul Tower
  • At Korean Food Experience Hall, you can become a Korean chef for a few hours and discover traditional Korean cuisine. The hall provides knowledge and experience in fun programs, ranging from beginner to advanced classes. When you’ve made your Korean meal, you get to eat it too!
  • Afterwards, you can enjoy the 360° panorama of the city from the altitude of N Seoul Tower - the top of the tower is almost 480 metres above sea level, and it has become a must-see landmark of Seoul since its inauguration in 1969. The tower was established as Korea’s first integrated transmission tower, beaming television and radio across the capital. Since opening to the public in 1980, it has become a loved Seoul landmark.
Day 3: Hanbok Experience and Gyeongbokgung Palace, Grevin Museum, Namdaemun Market
  • Next you will go to visit Gyeongbokgung Palace, and while you do you’ll also have the opportunity to try out your own hanbok - traditional Korean dress. Gyeongbokgung Palace is the former seat of power, and most famous royal palace in Korea. Only a stone’s throw from the U.S. embassy and the Blue House (the president’s residency), the palace is hard to miss at the northern end of Seoul’s famous main boulevard, Sejongno. Gyeongbokgung Palace was originally constructed in the 1300s, and has been destroyed and reconstructed numerous times.
  • After your visit to the royal palace, you will have the opportunity to visit the Grevin Museum in Seoul. The museum features around 80 fun and curious wax figures, scaled at full human size, and with human likeness. Here you can find celebrities such as John Lennon and Marylin Monroe, alongside home-grown Korean celebrities such as Psy, G-Dragon, Yuna Kim, and other Hallyu stars. Historical figures also find representation, such as King Sejong and Yi Sun-shin.
  • You will finish the third day of your tour with a visit of the largest traditional market in Korea, Namdaemun Market, which opened in 1964. With over 10,000 retailers, vendors, and wholesalers, it is a bustling and energetic place, and fantastic for finding authentic souvenirs to take home. Nowhere else in Korea can you find such a large and interesting collection of traditional Korean items for sale, in one place. If you feel hungry, you can also take the opportunity to graze at the huge variety of food stalls available.
Day 4: MBC World, Herb Lab Bom Dong
  • You will visit a unique theme park on your tour, MBC World. This is Korea’s first hallyu theme park, opened by the major broadcasting company MBC. The park offers hologram K-pop concerts, virtual reality drama sets, and more, allowing you to dance with famous K-pop stars or become the main character in K-dramas.
  • After an exciting day, you can relax and recuperate while visiting Herb Lam Bom Dong. Here you will be served medical teas specialised to you for your individual state. Herb Lab offers two main types of teas: ‘6 Roots’ - for physical symptoms, and ’48 Vitals’ - for mental symptoms. A medical advisor is on hand.


Call 03333 355615


Price Promise
Price Promise Guarantee
If you find the same holiday for a cheaper price we will refund the difference.
Terms and Conditions apply

Click here to search for another disabled holidays in Tours In Korea, Accessible Tours