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You are given helmets to use (free), as there is a risk of being hit by falling stones.
The walk is easy and is alongside the road where you can see the grottos where the swallows nest.
Such an amazing place to visit.
I was only able to visit/stop at 3 locations in Taroko but this one was my favorite! The views along the tunnel were amazing and exhilarating. Looking above and below the gorges made me feel so small. This is the kind of place that looks...More
This is not the best trail in Taroko. In effect you're just walking up a roadway that offers similar views of the valleys below like the other trails. The only major difference being the naturally formed caves (grottos) that are populated by swallows at different...More
A very safe, family friendly walking trail next one to the spectacular deep gorges in Toroko national park. Almost always filled with tourists from all over the world throughout the year. To avoid the crowd, come earlier, in the morning.
Optional hard hats are provided...More
Each one looks like a swallow hole also see the magical power of nature, the local recommendations to wear a helmet to go, although it is free, but very inconvenient, but also feel no need. And most notably, beautiful photos can not be taken at...More
A pleasantly surprising discovery, told by my wife. The swallow that this place is named after, is the same species of swallow we have in Singapore, the Pacific Swallow. That kind of blew me away :)
Apart from that, another interesting practice here is that...More
Expect fantastic views if you hike through Swallow's Grotto. Wearing a hard hat is optional, but a good idea. There is not much clearance from your walking area to the edge of the cliffs or passing cars and buses so stay alert. Watch for the...More