Taiwan: Taroko Gorge in Hualien

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Taroko Gorge, an impressive 19 KM long canyon, has long been Taiwan’s top destination. Suited in Taroko National Park, which is named after the landmark gorge, Taroko Gorge is carved by the Liwu River. Taroko Gorge is most famous for its natural marble landscape.

Taroko Gorge

Taroko Gorge

Another view of the gorge

Another view of the gorge

Marble cliffs on the other side from the cave

Marble cliffs on the other side from the cave

Looking down to the marble cliffs and the river

Looking down to the marble cliffs and the river

Taroko Gorge is home to the Truku indigenous tribe

Taroko Gorge is home to the Truku indigenous tribe

The  Liwu River running in the middle of the canyon

The Liwu River running in the middle of the canyon

The Tunnel of Nine Turns

The Tunnel of Nine Turns

Sorry for the quality of my photos, they were taken 3 years ago on whatever smart phone I had at the time. Anyways, stay tuned for more posts about Taiwan!

Your boy,

-Chuck

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