UNESCO World Heritage. First lava tube I visited. Was in great condition. Interesting to see. You should bring a jacket as it’s cold inside.
The food in the restaurant at the entrance is amazing! The host was very kind. So, we had a great start to our visit.
The lava tube is stunning! Not much more to say, but that it is a must see.
Walking will be challenging for those who struggle to walk on uneven surfaces – the floor is rough lava flow rock. Would go here to reflect, cool off, or just marvel at the wonder of it.
In hot weather, definitely go to Manjanggul Cave. It’s not just cool, it’s cold. A thin outerwear is required. The cave is darker than expected and the floor is slippery, so be sure to wear sneakers and avoid white clothes.
Free commentary is provided every 30 minutes, and it is more memorable and better to watch while listening to the commentary.
Very interesting place. The light is ok, have to be careful where put your feet but the light is ok and the passages pretty large. Have a brief introduction in the museum at the top to know how is formed.
A must-see for world cultural heritage
The underground cave road is wet and uneven.
The walking distance is about 2 kilometers round trip.
Be careful when walking and visiting
This is an amazing place to visit and experience. The feeling of walking into a lava tube and taking a look around it, takes you back millions of years and helps you understand the geophysical properties of this planet. You get to see lava rafts, toes, shelves and columns as well. There are illuminated information boards that tell you about each of these features. The floor is very uneven so be careful when you are walking around. The wooden walkways are slippery as well. Water keeps dripping from the ceiling and there are puddles on the floor.
Great experience and interesting place to visit. Cold inside what is a great relief in the very hot summer time. Uneven floor. Make sure you wear the correct shoes for walking inside.
The entire walk is 2km round trip and can take about an hour. It is dark and cool with uneven ground. I would recommend wearing closed toe shoes and a hat (if it rains before there are puddles and drips from the cave). Don’t wear anything you don’t mind getting a little dirty. Many other people were able to walk in sandals and summer clothes, but it gets as cool as 10C. It’s really amazing to see and learn about the lava tube. There’s lot of time to take photos as you go at your own pace. There are lights inside and benches near the end to rest.
This 2km section of the cave which you can explore is worth doing. Big tunnel you walk through however can be uneven at points. Does drop in temperature when you enter but honestly was great for us with it being 30 degrees outside. Information boards throughout.
Interesting cave to visit. It is very cold and wet with water dripping on your head. So bring a jacket with hoodie. You have to walk on uneven ground which is expected of a cave. About 1km walk inside the cave to reach the point where it is fenced and you are not allowed to go further in. Many people take photos at the end point where it has beautiful cave rock formations.
Cool place to visit. It’s interesting to see the extent of what was created naturally. Admission prices are low, and parking is free and available. Once you walk for 15 minutes, you pretty much have the full experience unless you are a cave buff and want to push your limits to see it all. Kids are interested and quickly bored after their curiosity is solved. If the outside temp is about 30⁰C, the cave temp is about 11,- 12⁰ C. Very cool during a hot summer day! Tip: of you are driving there like we did, don’t take the new highways, take your time, and drive around the coast to soak up the real Jeju♡. Sadly the biggest highlight for the kids was the cat sitting on a rock.
A must see! Impressive, fascinating and educational! Best caves I’ve ever seen!
This is a UNESCO site and is a truly wonderful experience. NB: it is cold (15 deg C), damp and very rough underfoot so watch your steps. We loved it. Well worth the visit.
The Manjanggul Cave is a big cave that takes about 45 minutes to explore. It’s 1000 meters to the end of the cave, and the path can be slippery, so be careful. You can see how the volcano shaped the cave, and there’s a resting area at the end. It’s a bit cold in the cave, so bring a jacket.
The longest lava tube in the world and was no disappointment. The place is well kept.
A bit hard to reach unless one has own transport.
It is one of the wonders in the world and a must visit place once visiting Jeju Island…….
Really cool. But also very cold! So bring a jacket.
It cave has very far history. I went to inspect the cave, it is volcanos 🌋 occurrence in Jejudo island . Rock is different than other area.
Place was quite dark and cold, would really recommend a torchlight for people with night blindness to prevent slipping! Overall a great experience!
A dream like lava tube experience and a UNESCO world heritage site. Note that they are closed on the first Wednesdays of each month.
Very nice place to visit. Beautiful scenery. Make sure to wear something warmer to enter. Because the temperature goes down. Also wear comfortable shoes.
One of a kind. Marvellous. Remember to bring a hat or raincoat as the condensed water keeps dripping. Umbrella not recommended due to the tight space
Definitely a highlight of Jeju. Never seen anything like this before. It’s cold down there which is a relief!
Awesome place@ huge lava tube that extends for about a km. The lighting is enough to walk by as well as taking incredible pictures. Also, be aware, it is cool, about 50 degrees and damp, water continually drippy from the ceiling, so closed toed shoes are advisable as there a r e puddles and the floor is rough lava rock. Not recommended for strollers!
But a really awesome place for older kids!