Our Scenic East tour will bring you to the most fascinating and natural area in Taiwan; moreover, the tour will also be briefly showing the culture and history of the island when in Taipei.
In Taipei, we will visit the famous Daoist Bao'an Temple and well-known National Palace Museum.
Our first day of cycling will start after taking a train from Taipei to Taroko Gorge National Park. Continue cycling along the West Pacific to one of the most famous hot springs called An Tong where you can enjoy it and refresh yourself.
We will then go through the long narrow East Rift valley that lies between the Central mountain and coastal mountain ranges, which is the most famous rice paddies in Taiwan, and you will experience making Tofu in a traditional way there.
We will cycle along east coast with spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean, and end the journey in the second biggest city, Kaohsiung.
9 days / 8 nights
452 km / 281 mi
Avg. Daily Distance
75 km / 47 mi
850 m / 2788 ft
Bike rental: $210
Airport pick-up /drop-off: US$35 each
UNESCO Asia-Pacific heritage: Daoist Baoan Temple
One of the most unique marble gorge in the world: Taroko National Park
Famous hot spring Chalet: An Tong Hot Spring
Cycling along 5 different types of geology
Making Tofu by yourself in a traditional way at a Hakka agriculture village
Endemic species: Formosan Macaque
Welcome to Taiwan
Our friendly guide will meet you at Taoyuan International Airport and transfer you to check-in the hotel. (Airport pick-up optional)
Breakfast: On your own I Lunch: On your own I Dinner: On your own
Dates & Prices
Price Per Person
6 lunches and 7 dinners
Drinks and Supplements during the ride
Water&Sports drinks (Disposable cups or utensils are not provided. All clients are encouraged to bring their own drinking bottles.)
Nuts and other snacks
At least one English-speaking guide will accompany the group
At least one support van will follow behind the cycling group
Essential tools and spare parts
With accident coverage of up to NT$3,000,000 and medical coverage of up to NT$200,000