Day1 Taroko National Park
Day2 East Coast National Scenic Area
Day3 Beinan Cultural Park -> National Museum of Prehistory
Taroko National Park: This park is best known for its awesome marble-walled gorge as well as its majestic mountain scenery, Eternal Spring Shrine, Swallows' Grottos, Tunnel of Nine Turns （Jiuqudong）, and other incomparable sights. The park's spectacular geologic features also encompass such spectacles as the Baiyang Waterfall just above the gorge, and the precipitous Qingshui Cliffs (Cingshui Cliffs) just below it.
East Coast National Scenic Area: Richly varied topography, with stepped seaside platforms, sand and pebble beaches, coral shores, offshore islands, capes, and sea-eroded platforms, channels, and caves. The coast is also the main home of the Amis tribe’s people, and the harvest festivals that their villages hold one after another in July and August provide visitors with an outstanding opportunity to enjoy a personal experience of indigenous culture.
Beinan Culture Park: These ruins from the Beinan Culture cover are area of more than 300,000 square yards and were once the home of a large settlement of people who lived 2,000 to 3,000 years ago. This is the largest prehistoric settlement yet discovered in Taiwan. In the park you can observe the complete site of the ruins and personally experience the process of archaeological work.
- Air-conditioned coach
- English speaking tour guide
- Tickets for push-car ride and aboriginal dancing show
- Local Travel Insurance
- Hotel transfer in downtown Taipei City
- Meals and Drinks (unless specified)
- Tips and Gratuities
- Personal Expenses
- Optional Activity Costs