Jeju Island, South Korea
Jeju Island, also known as Jeju Province, is South Korea's largest island off the Korean Peninsula. It's renowned for it's volcanic landscape of extinct volcanos, craters and cave-like lava tunnels. Wherever you go, the ocean is never too far to take a quick plunge during the hot summer or a good restaurant is always nearby where you can feast on the islands famous delicacies. Jeju is a paradise for travellers who love indulging in seafood, kimchi and barbecue and of course, for photographers with the beautiful rugged landscapes which dominate the island.