4 DAYS / 3 NIGHTS
See the best of the city on this highlights tour combining sightseeing with free time. Complete with airport transfers, accommodation, English speaking guides, and more.
7 DAYS / 6 NIGHTS
Explore Taiwan’s highlights on this group tour including Taipei, Taroko National Park, Sun Moon Lake, Kaohsiung, and more.
13 DAYS / 12 NIGHTS
Travel to Indochina on this group tour of Vietnam & Cambodia seeing the highlights while also immersing yourself in the regional cultures to further enrich your journey.
Arguably Taiwan’s most popular tourist attraction, perhaps due to its close proximity to Taipei but nevertheless the scenery is indeed impressive. Taroko is a region of mountains, gorges, valleys, peaks, ravines, flora and fauna. Admire the marble-walled canyons, walk or hike the trails, see the Eternal Spring Shrine situated atop a waterfall, and take in the sites as you experience a slice of Taiwan’s natural side.
Popular indeed, and rightfully so. This fresh water lake, Taiwan’s largest, is located in a scenic mountainous area in the centre of the island making it a convenient stop as you explore Taiwan’s most notable attractions and sites. Lakeside hotels, aboriginal culture, beautiful landscapes, and more.
Taiwan’s hub and most enthralling city, Taipei offers visitors everything from a world class museum to the Taipei 101 building, ancient temples, bustling markets, and culinary indulgences aplenty. Take some time to see the sites and then dive deeper to see even more. Each corner, alley, street, and market bring to life one of Asia’s best kept secrets.
The oldest city in Taiwan and where traditional culture still abounds. Many would argue that this is the most enjoyable city to explore in the country with airy cafes, canal-side homes, artisans at work, narrow alleys where lanterns sway and shops burst with goods, ancient temples, and modernity on the move. Seeing Tainan is seeing urban Taiwan at its best.
The mountains of Ali are the country’s most impressive and dramatic. With steep rock faces, jagged peaks and human development all wrapped up into one, Alishan is an impressive region to explore. There is an old forest railway that was built by the Japanese in the early 1900’s that now marks one of the area’s most notable recreational activities, along with beautiful cliffside walks, sunrise views, mist shrouded scenery and much more.
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