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As a travel advisor, I have access to a database of options for your next trip. From booking your hotel to planning your entire trip to the minute, my job is to help you have the best vacation possible. My resources and expertise allow me to: 

  • add perks to your trip with our preferred partners 
  • Gather all of the information you need before your trip to avoid hiccups on your way in or out of the country. 
  • Communicate with hotels and other service providers you will come across on your trip
  • Give Hotels and restaurants allergy information and preferences prior to your arrival 
  • Offer Custom itineraries that cater to your travel style***
  • Be there for you during your trip and to help problem-solve in case something goes wrong
  • Offer support before, during, and after your travels


***Additional planning fee may apply

Tour Packages in Taiwan

Taiwan is an incredible country with plenty to offer. Exploring on your own can be a great adventure, but it may not be for the less-experienced traveler. That is why tours are an immensely popular option for those who want to see what Taiwan has to offer, without having to struggle so much against language barriers and zero guidance. 

There are ten and eleven day tours available, which will allow you to see various aspects of Taiwan. 

Tour activities vary slightly, but largely follow a similar itinerary. you will get the opportunity to make scallion pancakes in Yilan, explore the history of Taiwan at the Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall and Gardens, cruise across Sun Moon Lake, and hike through  Taroko National Park.





Sample of an 11-Day Intrepid Travel Tour 

Days 1-2: Taipei City 

Take the first day to relax and unwind after your travels before joining your group for dinner. After a good night’s sleep, enjoy learning about Taiwan’s love of sweet potatoes at Sweet Potato Mama for some spud-filled activities. Check out Shilin Night Market to enjoy Taipei’s variable food culture. 

Days 2-3: Hualien 

Enjoy nature at Danong Dafu Forest Park before spending the evening enjoying even more street food at the local night markets (you may have noticed a trend). Visit Qingshui cliff before venturing off to the famous Taroko Gorge. 

Day 5: Yilan

Visit one of Yilan’s well-known onion farms to learn about the agriculture behind them before learning to make a Taiwanese favorite: scallion pancakes! 

Day 6: Turtle Island and Jiufen

Set out on a 3-hour cruise around Turtle Island before travelling off to Jiufen, famed by Hayao Miyazaki as the inspiration for Spirited Away. You will be able to explore Old Street on your own. My suggestion: Eat everything ,try lots of samples, and make time for tea at the famous Teahouse. 

Days 7-8: Sun Moon Lake

You’ll get to hike from the base of the mountainous area through the trails that snake up the mountain. You can then climb the Pagoda which marks the end of your trek for some incredible views. The next day you will get to explore the Chung Tai Chan Monastery for a unique, cross-cultural experience.

Day 9: Taichung 

Visit Taiwan’s “Breadbasket”, where you can go oyster picking, bird watching, and exploring the water-life of the area. Try some incredible seafood and maybe even go out after returning to you accommodations near — Oh look, it’s near another night market!  

Days 10-11: Taipei

Visit the Rainbow Village before heading back to the city you started in. You’ll get ot see the massive collection of traditional art and artificats contained within the National Palace Museum before takingthe evening for yourself. After breakfast in the morning,  Your tour will end. 


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