Need to hire a car to get here. It is a reserve for the indigenous people which means they only allow 200 people in each day. Get there early to register for a free permit. Once we were in it, the drive through the very narrow road and tunnels was quite an adventure, cos they were not so well maintained, very narrow, and right next to a gorge. Because it is in a reserve and difficult to access, it is not as touristy and crowded as the Taroko Park. The views of the creek and gorge were beautiful.
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