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Taroko Gorge

Xinchen Township, Hualien County, Taiwan
+886 3 862 1100
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“the bus” (92 reviews)
“tonny teng” (28 reviews)
Xinchen Township, Hualien County, Taiwan
+886 3 862 1100
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Spectacular views and landscapes. The unlimited use of the bus is totally worth it. Start your day early so you can go around. This will be a whole days trip because of its massiveness! Love this place! ❤️

Thank May M
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Got to be seen! The cliffs are a sheer drop. The walk is level and in the shade. They advise hiring and wearing a helmet. The tours did, most other people didn't. We saw it in the height of the summer. I'd like to go...More

Thank Beverley M
Reviewed 5 days ago

We walked along the Shakadang Trail, in the Taroko Gorge for a couple of hours. Yes,like most places in Taiwan there are many people enjoying the place it still felt quite isolated at times. There is a stop along the trail where the local indigenous...More

Thank Andrew_of_Oz
Reviewed 5 days ago

If you only have time for one scenic sites of Hualien, Taroko Gorge got to be the one! My 1st visit with biz friends, drove from Taipei. 2nd visit with family, drove from Nantou (Sun Moon Lake route to Cingjing). Find this both fascinating &...More

Thank Doris M
Reviewed 6 days ago

Taroko Gorge is a beautiful spot to visit while visiting Taiwan. We didn't drive deep into the Gorge as we were on a tour. I heard that if you drive deeper into the Gorge you will see even more beauty. We took a couple of...More

Thank David L
Reviewed 1 week ago

Rent a scooter or go there for 2 days because with a 1 day trip using the tourist shuttle bus it is very difficult to see much. The brouchure would tell you the bus runs every 30 minutes but when you buy a ticket you...More

Thank kara368
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

You have to visit to understand the true meaning of mother nature. There are many tunnels to walk through even you have private taxi so make sure that you wear good sneakers, towels and enough water.

Thank kharavas c
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I guess that july is not the best time to visit Taroko Gorge. Very little water in the riverbed. Not much else to see either except some very nice BIG spiders sitting and waiting in their webs. I got some nice photos of clouds passing...More

Thank pert88
Reviewed 1 week ago

The Taroko National Park provides fantastic scenery of unspoilt rivers, dramatic rock formations and some good engineering too. However, the main routes are full of day-trippers so it is not a 'back to nature' kind of experience. We did a private tour with a driver...More

Thank Lella
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Went for a day to Taroko from Taipei in late May. It was a holiday weekend so we caught the fast train from Taipei but on the way back we did the combination ticket since the fast train was sold out; no problem whatsoever, followed...More

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1 July 2017|
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Response from Billy L | Reviewed this property |
We bought our tickets from Taipei Main Station and caught the 9.40AM train on the Mountain Line to Hualien, via Zhongshan, Qidu, Yilan, Luotong and finally arriving at Hualien at 11.50AM. You can then arrange for car-rental... More
8 June 2017|
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Response from dfryer37 | Reviewed this property |
When we were there in April the Driver Neil told us that the Zhuilu Trail is now only available from one end that being I think he said the east end the East End and the Cliff Side maybe about 3klm one way. The narrow... More
6 June 2017|
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Response from 9357MarkY | Reviewed this property |
recommend for you to hire a mpv with driver which can double up as guide if he is bilingual. otherwise may need to consider getting a english speaking guide to accompany for the day. self drive is dangerous as the roads... More