The spot where the Nakdong River meets the South Sea has been declared a natural monument since 1966. Where the large mouth of the river forms, there are sand dunes and deltas and many small islands (including Ilung-do). It is now a bird sanctuary for migrating species that visit between October and March. There are over 150 different species (including many rare birds like white-naped cranes, black-faced spoonbills, and white-tailed eagles) that stop here on their migratory routes. It's difficult to reach by land, so it's best to take a boat from Myeongji-dong harbor. The best times to see the birds is early in the day, before it gets too hot.
Eulsukdo Bird Sanctuary Park 08:00 – 20:00
Nakdong Estuary Eco Center 09:00 – 18:00
Local Transportation -Take the subway to Hadan Stn. Exit No.5, take bus No.58, 58-1 or 300 from downtown Busan. Then get off at Eulsukdo Rest Stop and walk for a while. (Buses run every 20 minutes.)
-Taxi : From Gimhae International Airport, it is a 20 minute ride.