First off, I apologize if this thread is similar to some posts in the past. My question is not so much what should I see (I’m garnering a lot of that from just reading old posts) as it is how much can I see.
Now I know it all depends on how much time I spend here and there, but humour me for a moment if you will.
I’m coming to Taiwan from May 29 to July 29. For the first month I’m homebasing in Hualien while I am part of an exchange. So I expect to see some of the east coast sights while I’m there (on weekends).
My hope then is to go south down the coast on my way to Kenting with a tangent to one of the eastern islands if time permits.
The plan is to then go North up to Taipei through some of the key destinations.
The trip would be finished off in Taipei and surrounding area.
Realistically, how long should/could/would this take?
I’ve got a month to travel the island, and would like to see as much of it as I can while still having a relatively relaxed (and by that I mean, if I like a place I can stay longer… it’s not 9am here, 1 pm here… and so on) schedule.
I’m more into nature, beaches, waterfalls, jungles, watersports, riverrafting, etc… then I am into going to museums and bunches and bunches of temples (a few big ones are good enough).
What am I looking at here? Realistic? More than enough, not enough…?
Thanks a bunch.