Taiwan East Coast (Hualien – Taidong Luye)
The East Coast region follows the convergence of the Philippine and Eurasian tectonic plates. This volcanic coastal range is part of the northern extension of Luzon Island.
Sandy beaches, rocky beaches, reefs, offshore islands, capes, and marine-erosion land formations such as marine benches, caves and ditches just epitomizes the natural beauty in Taiwan’s east line.
Days: 3 Days 2 nights
Total Distance: 267KM
Things to See and Highlights
- Baqi Lookout: Standing at the lookout, to the south you can see Jiqi Bay, Turtle Roaring Cape, Sinshe Cliff, and other unique features of the coastal landscape.
- Fanshuliao: The most unique valley on the East Coast, where you can see the obvious topographical and geological contrasts due to erosion.
- Danong Dafu Forest: A 5-hectare landscape of flowers (largest one in eastern Taiwan).
- Guangfu Tsuchang Prison. Hualien route 64, for those who loves a challenge.
- Enjoy the view of the Pacific Ocean by day and relaxing hot springs at night.
- Little Tianxiang (in Taroko):Featuring spectacular geographical landscapes such as meanders, marbles, potholes, as well as different colors of schist and phyllite forming picturesque scenes.
|Day 1||Taipei-Hualien- Guangfu 75K|
|Day 2||Guangfu- East Coast to Ocean Side-Yuchang Highway- Antong 90K|
|Day 3||Antong – Fuli – Donghe – Taitung Station 102K|