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Full-Day Private Taroko National Park Tour from Hualien City

  • Taroko National Park private tour
  • Visit Taroko Gorge and other park highlights
  • Private guide designs the right itinerary for you
Full-Day Private Taroko National Park Tour from Hualien City
From US$58.00
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Including Lunch
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Lunch at a restaurant/cafeteria serving local & aboriginal food (vegetarian option available).
From US$71.00
Excluding Lunch
From US$58.00
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Explore Taroko National Park and Taroko Gorge on a full-day, private tour that’s great for exploring some of Taiwan's most spectacular scenery at your own pace. Stand at the foot of the Qingshui Cliff, hike Shakadang Trail, visit the Eternal Spring Shrine, watch nesting swallows at Swallow’s Grotto, and more, enjoying a day that's tailored to your group and includes pickup and drop-off at Hualien City hotels.
What to Expect
Meet a guide at your hotel in Hualien City and then travel to Chishingtan Beach and the Qingshui Cliff in a private vehicle, pausing to enjoy sweeping sea views. Enter Taroko National Park and stretch your legs on the Shakadang Trail through Taroko Gorge, walking alongside the edge of a clear-running stream.
Spot the waterfall that flows out of Eternal Spring Shrine before heading to Swallow’s Grotto, where the birds swoop and dive alongside sheer marble cliffs. Follow the scenic and leisurely Lushui Trail to Cimu Bridge, and finish the day by walking the Baiyang Trail to Baiyang Falls. Here and throughout the day, take advantage of your time with a private guide to ask questions, take photos, or just linger in the places you like the most. Following your time in Taroko National Park, the tour concludes with drop-off at your original departure point.
Reviews (47)
1 - 5 of 36 reviews
Reviewed 1 week ago
Spend a full day in Taroko

Jeff, our tour guide, picked us up at 8:30 promptly from our hotel. He took us to several scenic spots...some to enjoy the amazing views and some to enjoy hiking with amazing views. Our group of 6, ranging in ages 18-55, managed to put in...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank BrodieBunch0004
Reviewed 5 weeks ago
Amazing and unique scenery

Well worth the trip down from Taipei. We came down on the train and stayed in Hualien. Jason picked us up at our hotel and gave us a full tour of the sights. He was super-entertaining and knowledgable, having grown up in the area. I...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank Alex C
Reviewed 10 December 2018
Beautiful tour with Janet

We thoroughly enjoyed visiting Toroko Gorge and the other locations. It was fun to hear about the history and news of Hualien. We finished the tour and Janet was kind enough to help assist us with purchasing the correct tickets at the train station. Thank...More

Date of experience: November 2018
1  Thank byronian27
Reviewed 28 November 2018
Excellent Day Trip to Taroko with Jason Huang Driver

Two of us booked a private tour of Taroko with Jason Huang. He met us at the train station with a sign. He even helped us rebook our return train since we were scheduled to leave very late at night. The tour was spectacular. He...More

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank Adam J
Reviewed 18 August 2018 via mobile
Very beautiful tour with excellent guide!

We can highly recommend this tour, we liked it very much. We came by train to Hualien and decided to book a private tour instead of renting a car. Best decision to our opinion, because at some spots parking is difficult. It gave us the...More

4  Thank 302merler
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