We stayed here in our tents for 500 taiwan dollars a night each. We were allowed use of wifi, showers, toilets and power to charge up our electricals and this included breakfast. We also had him take us to the top of the gorge and cycle down. We left at 7.40am to do this to beat the crowds and the heat. I am no keen cyclist, but this is an easy ride back had to hardly even change gears. We did most of the walks and were finished by 2.00pm and that was taking our time. Rihang was incredbly helpful. His english is good and he tries hard. Make sure you wear repellant lots of midgies are tiny sized biting insects. It was quiet sleeping outside in the tent. Local transport is free. Bathrooms are fine and the water i hard to control but in june who needs a hot shower anyway.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Taroko Lodge …… The Lodge environment is an independent natural and lovely park Close to the Taroko National Park Simple and comfortable room B & B Welcome to Taroko gorge in Cycling and Hiking … Taroko Gorge is called a hand-hewn from the road, but also Taiwan’s first road across the Central Mountain Range. Let the world a glimpse of the beauty of Taroko scenery. ... more less