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Taiwan Travel Guide

Taiwan Travel Guide: Information Tourism

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Taiwan Travel Guide. Information Tourism. Vacation Packages. Taiwan’s landscape lends itself to wet and dry activities, with lots on offer for visitors to do. Whether it’s hiking through breathtaking gorges, saddling up a horse, or rafting down river rapids, there is a multitude of activities to keep visitors occupied. Taiwan’s ecology can be appreciated through activities like whale watching at Hualien or snorkeling at places such as Kenting National Park. Other natural wonders include the many hot springs of different types that dot the cities and countryside. The tropical waters off Taiwan are known for snorkeling and diving. Tours that include snorkeling and diving amongst colorful tropical fish and reefs of Green Island can be organized through Green Island Adventures. Another popular spot for snorkeling and diving is Kenting National Park, with tours being offered by a number of operators, including In Motion Tours. A good way to experience Taiwan’s natural beauty is by hiking through it. Toroko Gorge is popular with hiker, with Edison Travel Service offering day tours from Taipei. Highlights include the Taroko Gorge Gateway, Eternal Spring Shrine, Tunnel of Nine Turns and Swallow Grotto. Yushan Mountain, Taiwan’s highest peak, is another popular challenge. A one day guided ascent can be booked through Taiwan Adventures. Taiwan is a good place to try horseback riding, with many clubs, such as Hannover Equestrian Club in Taipei, offering instruction in English. Besides clubs, visitors can visit a ranch for the day or stay over for an extended horse riding experience. The popular Houli Horse Ranch at Taichung City is one of Taiwan’s best, and offers a range of horses and activities for all abilities. Taiwan’s rivers are ideal for white water river rafting, with Xiuguluan River at Hualien and Laonong River at Kaohsiung being two of the most popular spots. Rafting can be organized through the Xiuguluan River Rafting Center or tour operators such as Hsiang Sun. Taiwan has many tropical sandy beaches where visitors can relax. Green Island and Kenting in the South or Fulong beach in the North and are considered some of the nicest. Chi Hsing beach can be reached by day trip from Taipei, through organizations such as Viator or Tourcorp