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Cikong Waterfalls

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Cikong Waterfalls

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Dolou Road, Hengchun 10kms along Route 200 from Hengchun Taiwan
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10-Day Round Taiwan Tea Origin Tour
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10-Day Round Taiwan Tea Origin Tour

This tour offers the finest teas that the island of Taiwan has to offer, combined with intimate, local experiences and DIY activities that can't be found elsewhere. Travel to Taiwan's most beautiful spots like Sun Moon Lake, Alishan, and Pingtung and learn why these picturesque spots also provide ideal tea growing conditions. Visit organic tea farms in the high mountains, make a savory tea with a sub-minority group, and make Taiwan's famous bubble milk tea at the original shop. A tour for serious tea connoisseurs, this tour will leave an impression on all visitors and instill a deep appreciation for Taiwan's tea culture.
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BeachLife wrote a review Jan 2019
Hengchun, Pingtung11 contributions2 helpful votes
These are some pretty unique waterfalls - The 1st level is pleasant, and then you start the climb to the other levels - There are some really nice pools along the way that you swim and dip in. The climb is fairly steep with ropes, so you need to be prepared for that with some good footwear. Great fun!!
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Date of experience: October 2018
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robonche wrote a review Nov 2018
Paris, France25 contributions5 helpful votes
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I was very upset with Kenting National Park because everything is expensive, and you are not given freedom to do what you want (Kenting Recreational Area is so disappointing with these paved trails). We heard about these waterfalls and rent a scooter to get there (thank you Google Map). We had to pay 10NT each but then, we were alone and enjoyed these waterfalls. We could even swim (cold water though). The trip to Kenting was worth it at least for Cikong waterfalls.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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KB C wrote a review Oct 2018
Illinois745 contributions348 helpful votes
We went to the falls (and didn’t have to pay) and parked, but we have nothing to say about these falls other than they seemed small and we didn’t see any swimming or signs or path to anything special.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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eppert549 wrote a review Jul 2018
Taichung, Taiwan2 contributions
Looking for adventure? Go climb some ropes and plunge into the natural pools. Well hidden from the crowds.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Alex R wrote a review Dec 2015
Hong Kong, China1 contribution1 helpful vote
Cikong Waterfalls were listed on a few of the tourist maps that we picked up around Kenting and Hengchun but it was hard to find any reliable information for non-Chinese speakers about how to get there so my fiancee and I set out on bikes to try and find out more. We cycled around 10kms from the centre of Hengchun town along Route 200 before turning left just after Manzhou. The sign for the waterfalls is only in Chinese characters, so be sure to memorise what they look like. We cycled along a rough road past a B&B until a fork in the road Take the left fork. It was winter and we were the only people there, except for the elderly couple at the ticket office/shop. They didn't charge an entry fee but there was a sign that we assumed was the entry price. This was only about NTD$20. Maybe because it was winter they didn't charge, I'm not sure. We walked to the bottom of the falls, then pulled ourselves further up along a dirt track with a rope to swim in the pool underneath the falls. Even though it was winter, the sun was blazing so a swim was a welcome relief. We were also the only ones there. We worth the effort and a nice diversion from the beach. You can do it in half a day by bike, heaps faster by scooter. I think most people rent electric or motor scooters but if you want to rent a bike there is a rental store next to the police station in the centre of Hengchun, on the opposite side of the Family Mart/Bus Station. The owner speaks English and bikes were NTD$50 per hour. We made it there and back with an hour swim in 3 hours.
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Date of experience: December 2015
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