Visit one of the most popular destinations near Seoul, Nami Island.
Nami Island (Namiseom), or officially called Naminara Republic, is one of the most visited tourist destinations in Korea for its breathtaking natural scenery.
Located in the city of Chuncheon, the island is only about two hours away from Seoul – perfect for a day trip or a weekend getaway.
However, visitors must travel out of Seoul and transportation can be a bit tricky.
But don’t worry, Trazy is here to help you find the best way to go to Nami Island.
How do I go to Nami Island from Seoul?
There are three ways you can get to Nami Island from Seoul:
If you can’t decide which one to take, use this chart below to see which is suitable for you.
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How do I get inside Nami Island?
Since Nami Island is inaccessible by land transport, the only way to get to the island is to take a ferry and zip wire from Gapyeong Wharf.
1. By Ferry
| Price: 8,000 KRW for foreigners, free for children 36 months and younger. Round-trip ferry fare is included in the entrance ticket.
| Where to Buy Tickets: Ticket office is located near the Immigration Gate.
| Ferry Schedule:
- 7:30am-9:00am Every 30 mins (First ferry at 7:30am)
- 9:00am-6:00pm Every 10-20 mins
- 6:00pm-9:40pm Every 30 mins (Last ferry at 9:40pm)
2. By Zip-wire
Another way to get into Nami Island is by a zip-wire run by Nami Skyline ZipWire ZipRider.
The ride lasts about one minute and the riders are able to see the lake and island from above.
| Where to Buy Tickets: Visit the ZipWire Tower located near the dock in Gapyeong Wharf.
| NOTE: Only on-site registration is available. The waiting line can be very long.
| Operation Hours:
- 9:00am-7:00pm (Summer)
- 9:00am-6:00pm (Winter)
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