Geography & Biology school trips to Taiwan

Explore the pristine environment of Sun Moon Lake, witness the stunning rock formations at Yehliu Geopark and enjoy the hot springs of Tangweigou Hotspring Park. Taiwan stunning mountain scenery from the natural beauty of its interior and coastlines offers students many iconic landmarks and geological sites to learn more about its biodiverse environment.

Taiwan Geography & Biology Highlights

Yangmingshan National Park

Yangmingshan National Park. It is the only park in Taiwan that has volcanic geography and hot springs.

Yehliu Geopark

Yehliu Geopark, is home to a number of unique geological formations including the iconic “Queen’s Head”.

Caoling Historical Trail

The trail was constructed 130 years ago by the old Ching dynasty to provide the only land link down the Northeast Coast from Tamsui to Yilan.

Tangweigou Hotspring Park

The park features an elaborately designed green landscape with a viewing pavilion, outdoor foot spa, and old-fashioned juniper spa.

Taroko National Park

The magnificent area around Qingshui Cliff has been designated as one of the Eight Wonders of Taiwan and wher  you can witness the three distinct colour tones that make up the Pacific Ocean.

Qixingtan Beach

Shaped like a crescent, Qixingtan Beach is where the mountains meet the sea. Students will have the chance to bicycle around the surrounding scenery.

Dolphins in the Pacific boat trip

Watch as many as  20 species of whales and dolphins, including sperm whales and spinner dolphins, play in their natural habitat.

Lintian Mountain Forestry Center

The fourth largest forestry centre in Taiwan. The Lintien Forestry Cultural Area is a large park and recreation area with hiking trails and museum exhibitions detailing Taiwan’s forestry traditions.

Tianliao Moon World

It has a dreary and desolate beauty of the desert and is famous for its similarity to the landscape of the Moon surface.

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