I am sure you are wondering why we haven’t posted the itinerary, precise dates or exact price of this tea tour. To get you started, tentatively, the dates are May 5 – 20, 2011 and the price will be approximately $200 per day. We always try to keep our prices under $200 per day. The price will depend on how many are traveling with us. This price should be compared to tours that cost $350 per day because we stay at very good comfortable hotels and travel with our own private bus. But this doesn’t explain the delay. Essentially, I have made proposals to some government agencies in an attempt to secure small grants to subsidize part of your tour. I have been waiting for responses to these proposals. So the price could be a little lower. The essence of the tour can be found on our welcome post. Click here to go there.
King Sejong Awaits as carved by ICA Park Chan Soo
Morning Earth is not like your standard tour company. Actually we don’t think of ourselves as a tour company at all but rather as promoters of Korean arts and culture. As part of our work we design and often host unique tours to Korea. Our goal is to provide a better tour at a lower price as we introduce our guests to aspects of Korean arts and culture seldom attempted by others. We want to introduce you to a Korea beyond the well-worn travel trails. We want to introduce you to the heart of Korean arts and culture – to the people whose combined efforts provide the glue that sustain and enhance Korea’s rich culture, to the significant events that shine a spotlight on a particular part of Korean culture and to certain little known aspects of Korean culture like Korean Tea. We also like to take you to those places where Korean culture is alive and thriving, to the temples, museums and even Saturday markets, to the out of the way nooks and crannies of Korea where you can just stand in awe of what is happening in this beautiful land we call Korea. That is why we designed Tea Tour Korea. Some knowledgeable travel professionals who have seen the proposed itinerary have called this tour, “The most culturally rich tour to Korea ever planned.” I know you are waiting to see it too. Thank you for your patience.
It is coming soon. As we wait, please email me with your comments and suggestions.