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Buluowan In Taroko National Park

  • By on January 15, 2010 | 2 Comments

    My final escape in Taroko National Park ends in Buluowan where the Atayal tribe originally lived. Buluowan was situated in higher altitude than other spot making it as the coolest place to visit in Taroko.

    Buluowan is an ideal place for scenery shot with mountains surrounding and tropical monsoon rain forest plants 😉

    During the journey to Buluowan, Hualien Driver advise us to visit Mount He Huan during August and September to see the beautiful bloom of flowers.

    Too bad that we visit Taiwan on the month of October 😀

    Taroko Buluowan

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    The ideal period for the visit will be from March to May where the Formosan Wild Lily will bloom like sea.

    One good thing I love about Buluowan is the whole environment around will puts you into evening walk relax mode 🙂

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    People who loves to observe nature activity and photography should visit Buluowan.

    There are bamboo huts built in the Atayal style where tourist can stay overnight in Buluowan.

    Not sure about the cost of staying, but I bet it will be anyone’s favorite place to stay overnight 🙂

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    Jump jump jump above the ground field of Buluowan! This mark as our end of free and easy Taraoko National Park journey.

    Buluowan is the 10th destination of our second day trip in Taiwan and I love Hualien in blue and green color. Check it out 😉

    Hualien Day Tour

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