From Full-Day Hualien City and Taroko Gorge Tour
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- Face the Pacific Ocean from the magnificent rock beach, feeling the sea wind go through body
- Enjoy deep breathing in nature while listening to swallows singing through the marble canyon
- Look out over Liwu River across the canyon
DescriptionYou will be picked up from your hotel in Taipei city between 05:30 AM to 06:10 AM and transferred to Taipei Railway Station to take a train to Hualien. After arrival in Hualien, your friendly and professional local tour guide will take you to explore the amazing Taroko National Park. Taroko National Park is one of the nine national parks in Taiwan with many beautiful attractions. Your first stop will be the Tunnel of Nine Turns with a total length of 2 kilometers. Taroko Gorge is the most essential section, leaning against the mountain trail's tight deep valleys and overlooking down the rapids of a stream river. The gorge/rock started over 200 million years ago as sediment on the bottom of the ocean. Later, visit the Eternal Spring Shrine, one of the major picturesque points in the park. Enjoy the mesmerizing view of the mountains and waterfall. It is one of the main memorials for veterans as well. Next, continue to the Swallow Grotto. 'Swallow' refers to the Cross-Island Highway from Jin Heng Park with approximately 500 meters of marble foot canyon walls and numerous small caves. Take a break and enjoy some local Taiwanese cuisine for lunch at a local restaurant. After lunch, visit the beautiful beach, Cisingtan Scenic Area and then proceed to Hualien Stone Sculptural Park to visit a marble factory. When the tour ends, you will be transferred to return to Hualien Railway Station to take the train back to Taipei by 07:00 PM and then dropped off at your hotel in Taipei.
IncludesBus transportation English-speaking tour guide Tickets and travel insurance Lunch Dinner Tips and any personal expenses
- Please note that hotel pick-up is not available for customers staying at hotels in New Taipei city
- Customers staying in Taipei city can be picked up, as guests take train from Taipei main station
Easy cancellationCancel up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund
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