Travel at a leisurely pace and take in the atmosphere of Taiwan to reveal a magical experience on this 8 day tour. Explore Taipei’s must-see sights; admire the beauty of Sun Moon Lake; visit the famous Wenwu Temple; stroll through Fo Guang Shan Monastery ahead of arriving in Kaohsiung; at the southern tip, discover Kenting National Park and travel to Taitung, a rich ecological area.

Travel Period  23May-20Dec19 (every Saturday)
Sales Period   04Jun-31Aug19
Airline         Airfares are additional

• 7 nights accommodation in 3 star hotels
• Breakfast daily
• All transfers and sightseeing including entrance fees as per the itinerary
• The services of a local English-speaking guide

Pricing Details
From $1419 per person share twin



Day 1 Taipei

Upon arrival at Taipei Airport you will be met and transferred to your hotel with the rest of the day spent at leisure.

Day 2 Taipei

Today a Taipei city tour covers key highlights including the impressive Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall, National Palace Museum where 5,000 years of Chinese imperial arts and jade collections are exhibited, Martyrs’ Shrine of traditional architecture, a local Taiwanese temple and a Taipei Handicraft Centre. The remainder of the day is spent at leisure.

Day 3 Taipei – Sun Moon Lake

Travel from Taipei to Sun Moon Lake, situated 762 metres above sea level in the lofty mountains of Central Taiwan. Stop at the famous Wenwu Temple, Holy Monk Shrine and Ci En Pagoda. If time permits, enjoy walking trails, biking, hiking or boating at the lake.

Day 4 Sun Moon Lake – Kaohsiung

Embark on a journey to Kaohsiung passing via the quaint Jiji Railway Station and drive to Fo Guang Shan Buddhist Monastery, a renowned sacred Buddhist sanctuary in southern Taiwan where a walking tour will delve into Buddhist teachings. Upon arriving in Kaohsiung, explore the Love River and Liuhe Night Market.

Day 5 Kaohsiung – Zhiben, Taitung

This morning explore Kenting National Park, located at Taiwan’s southern tip. With 37 miles of coral-rimmed shoreline along three sides of the park, this is the park’s main attraction. Stops will be made at Eluanbi light house, Maobitou coastal scenic area and Longpan Park. Continue on to Taitung via the Southern Link Highway.

Day 6 Zhiben – Hualien

Travel along the exciting East Coast National Scenic Area, stretching 170km down the east coast of the island, weathering, erosion and accumulation have produced a wide range of landforms here. Late afternoon proceed to Hualien.

Day 7 Hualien - Taipei

This morning visit Taroko National Park. Taroko Gorge is an exceptionally beautiful, narrow ravine created by the Liwu River which has cut deep into the mountains of solid marble. Pass by Ci Mu Bridge with stops at Swallow Grotto and Changchun Temple. Later, drive back to Taipei through the Syue-Shan Long Tunnel (12.9km).

Day 8 Taipei

Today transfer back to Taipei Airport where tour arrangements end.

Terms & Conditions

Valid for new bookings only. Valid for travel 23May-20 Dec 19 or as otherwise specified and for sales to 31 Aug 19. Prices are per person in New Zealand dollars. International airfares are additional. A non-refundable deposit of NZD250 per person is required at the time of reservation. Full payment is due 42 days prior to departure. Prices are correct as at 21 May 19 but may vary due to currency fluctuations and are subject to change without notice due to unforeseen circumstances until paid in full. Packages are subject to availability. Close-outs may apply. Surcharges may apply during festivals, events and public holidays – please enquire about dates. Cancellation and amendment fees apply. Airfares, visa, travel insurance, departure taxes, personal expenses and gratuities are at passenger’s own expense. For full terms and conditions please click here.


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