Day 1 Taipei Arrive at any time.
Meet Your CEO and Group
Day 2 Taipei (1B) Yehliu GeoPark is often referenced to having outer-space geology, and is considered the most "Mars-like" environment on Earth. The rock formations are fascinating, including the world famous “Queen’s Head” and the wonders of marine erosion including “Ice Cream Rock”, ”Bee Hive Rock”,” Ginger Rock” and “Candle Stick Rock”.
During World War II, Jiufen Village housed a Japanese prisoner of war camp where captured Allied Force soldiers (mostly British) were forced to work in the gold mines.
Gold Ecological Park
Taiwan North Coast Excursion
Shifen Village and Waterfall
Day 3 Taipei/Tainan (1B) Taiwan High Speed Rail (also known as HSR) is a high-speed rail line of approximately 345KM in length running along the west coast from Taipei Main Station in the north to Kaohsiung in the south. The line opened in 2007, using trains with a top speed of 300KM/H covering the journey in as short as 96 minutes. The HSR is commonly referred to as Gaotie, and is the preferred method of transit to cross the island due to its simplicity and speed.
Tainan is the oldest city on the island established in 1661, when the Ming loyalist Cheng Cheng Kung (known as Koxinga) drove the Dutch from Taiwan. After many mainland Chinese immigrants arrived, helping the young city to grow.
Tainan Night Market
Local train (2.00-2.50 hours)
Day 4 Tainan/Sun Moon Lake (1B) Continue exploring Tainan the first capital city of Taiwan with a walking tour through the Anping historic district. Wander the crooked lanes of the old town past traditional houses and stop at the Tree House and Anping Fort. Later, head to the Sun Moon Lake area and visit Wen Wu Temple.
Anping Historic District Tour
Anping Fort Visit
Wen Wu temple
Private Vehicle (2.50-3.00 hours)
Day 5 Sun Moon Lake (1B) Sun Moon Lake is Taiwan's largest lake, located in the mountains of Nantou. Its name is inspired by the stunning natural beauty of the area and the shapes of the lake where on the east side the lake is round like the sun, while the west side is long and narrow, like a crescent moon.
The aboriginal Thao tribe lives around the lake, and are the proprietors of many local businesses. At the centre of the lake is Lalu Island, which is reserved for aboriginal religious practices, and closed to the public.
Xuan Zhang Shrine
Tse En Pagoda
Sun Moon Lake Cycling
Mt. Maolan hike
Day 6 Sun Moon Lake / Taroko (Hualien) (1B, 1D) Enjoy a scenic drive, traveling from Sun Moon Lake (middle Taiwan) to Taroko (Hualien) via the central cross Island highway. It’s considered the most beautiful highway in Taiwan. Along the way you’ll see the“Taiwan Alpine” soaring cliffs, and gorges.
Private Vehicle (5.00-6.00 hours)
Day 7 Hualien/Taroko National Park (1B, 1D) Spend the day exploring Taroko National Park. Visit the Swallow Grotto, Eternal Spring Shrine, and Taroko Gorge Gateway.
Baiyang Trail Hike
Taroko National Park
Day 8 Hualien/Yilan (1B) Enjoy a stunning drive along Qingshui Cliff then visit Qixing lake and the Hualien railway cultural park. Later, catch the local train to the lively metropolis of Yilan. Famed for its black sand beach, waterfalls, and mountains, take free time to explore the beautiful scenery, excellent nightlife, and delicious food.
Hualien Railway Cultural Park
Local train (1.00-1.50 hours)
Day 9 Yilan/Taipei (1B, 1L) Morning visit to the Wufenchi Waterfall and a tea farm. After, stop at the National Center for Traditional Arts for lunch and some free time. Later catch a train back to Taipei and opt to join a farewell dinner.
Taiwan Tea Farm
National Centre for Traditional Arts
Local train (1.50 hour(s))
Day 10 Taipei (1B) Depart at any time.