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Taroko
 
*Taroko Visitor Center
Taroko is located at the junction of the old Su-hua (Hwy. No. 9) and Central Cross-Island highways (Hwy. No. 8). It serves as the eastern gateway to Taroko National Park(the most popular 19 kilometers Taroko marble Gorge). On the north side of the river, near the eastern gateway, is the National Park Headquarters and Visitors Center. Here, the visitor can obtain recreation information as well as information on the park's natural resources, wildlife and vegetation.
*Opening Hours
8:30 a.m.~17:00 p.m. Everyday
(closed on Monday of the 2nd week every month and the day before Lunar New Year)
*Briefing Room Multimedia Presentations
Programs:【Taiwan’s Spectacular Gem– Taroko National Park】 (12min.)
Times:9:30, 10:30, 11:30, 13:30, 14:30, 15:30, 16:30
(Narration also available in English/Chinese, English required reservation in advance.)
Programs:【Impressions of Taroko】 (12min.)
Times:9:00, 10:00, 11:00, 13:10, 14:00, 15:00, 16:00
(Narration also available in English/Chinese, English required reservation in advance.)
(Group reservations should be made at least one day in advance.
To make a reservation, please call (03)8621-100 ext 801-806 or 360
 


Buluowan
 
*Buluowan Service Station
Buluowan in the Taroko language means "Tracking prey land". A new recreation area has been built where the Taroko people once lived including an exhibition hall with exhibits on Taroko traditional life, together with a multimedia presentation, and 18 Cabins for overnight stays.
*Opening Hours
9:00 a.m.~16:30 p.m. Everyday
(closed 1st and 3rd Mondays of the month and the day before Lunar New Year)
Open Holidays (If holiday falls on Monday then closed Tuesday)
*Briefing Room Multimedia Presentations
Programs:【Echoing Taroko】(18 min.)
Times:9:30, 10:30, 11:30, 13:30, 14:30, 15:30
(Narration also available in English/Chinese, English required reservation in advance.)
*IDUS Hall Multimedia Presentations
Programs:【Taroko – The Land of Diversity】(22 min.)
Times:10:00, 11:00, 14:00, 15:00
(Narration also available in English and Chinese, English required reservation in advance.)
Group reservations should be made at least one week in advance.
To make a reservation, please call (03)8612528 (03) 8612521
 


Lushui
 
*Lushui Geological Exhibition Hall
Lüshui is about 17 km from east entrance of Taroko gorge. The name means "green water" in Chinese. Facilities include Taroko National Park Mountaineering School, a restaurant, information service, a hall displaying geological data and an exhibition on the building of the Central Cross-Island Highway. (If there is rockslides caused road blocked, the geological Exhibition Hall will be closed.)
*Opening Hours
9:00 a.m.~16:30 p.m. Everyday
(closed 1st and 3nd Mondays of the month and the day before Lunar New Year)
Open Holidays (If holiday falls on Monday then closed Tuesday)
 


Tianxiang
 
*Tianxiang Service Station
*Opening Hours
9:00 a.m.~16:30 p.m.
(closed 2nd and 4th Mondays of the month and the day before Lunar New Year)
Open Holidays (If holiday falls on Monday then closed Tuesday)If there is rockslides caused road blocked, the Tianxiang service station and the Central Cross-Island Stroy Exhibition Hall located at Tianxiang will be closed.
 


Xiaofengkou
 
*Xiaofengkou- Mt. Hehuan Service Station
The park's Mt. Hehuan Service Station is located at Xiaofengkou and this station is in charge of the area from Xinbaiyang to Kunyang and Zhiyuanzhuang. The station is responsible for maintenance of trails and facilities and providing visitors with interpretation and other services. The other service stations, including the park Headquarters, the stations at Buluowan, Tianxiang and the Suhua Service Station are all located in the eastern part of the park, so having this facility at Hehuan Mountain enables the park to provide more services for the western part of the park. Mountain rescue and fire control will be among the station’s roles in the future. The station opened at the end of 2002 and all are welcome to visit.
*Opening Hours
8:00 a.m.~17:00 p.m. Everyday
(closed the 1st and 3rd Mondays of every month and the day before Lunar New Year)
Open Holidays (If holiday falls on Monday then closed Tuesday)If there is rockslides caused road blocked or heavy snow on the highway no. 14A, the service station will be closed. The snow season will be from December to February.
Tel: 04-2599-1195 Fax: 04-2599-1356
 


  • Today Visits:1815
  • Total Visits:181563074
  • View Date:2017/06/22
Taroko National Park  291, FUSHI VILLAGE, XIULIN TOWNSHIP 97253 HUALIEN COUNTY TAIWAN, R.O.C.
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