A geologists dream tour, explore the harbor city of Keelung on this four-hour tour from Taipei. A 40-minute drive northeast of Taipei, Keelung is one of Taiwan's international seaports. Travel to the Northern Coast of Taiwan to the fascinating natural rock formations of Yehliu Park, where you will discover the infamous rock formations of the Queen's Head and Fairy's Shoe, a fascinating place for a day trip.
- Four-hour tour along the northern coast of Taiwan
- View the spectacular rock formations at Yehliu Park including the famous "Queen's Head" pillar
- Explore the harbor city of Keelung
- English-speaking guide
- Hotel pickup and drop off
Recent Photos of this Tour
Yehliu ParkPhoto by: Kay P03 2013
A view of a Temple and Buddha ...Photo by: acerrt11 2012
Overview of The QueenPhoto by: acerrt11 2012
Going to Yehliu ParkPhoto by: acerrt11 2012
Lovely rocksPhoto by: WanslsSingapore, 12 2011
The seaPhoto by: WanslsSingapore, 12 2011
Yehliu RockPhoto by: Darin G10 2010
Yehliu Rock FormationsPhoto by: Darin G10 2010
KeelungPhoto by: Darin G10 2010
Keelung BuddahPhoto by: Darin G10 2010
You'll be picked up from your Taipei city hotel at 8:00am and travel to the northern coast through rich farming land to the growing industrial area and harbor of Keelung.
Continue along the northern coast to Yehliu Park, the highlight of this tour. Yehliu Park is known for it's spectacular rock formations, sculptured throughout the ages by wind and sea erosion leaving fascinating pillars including the famous Queen's Head.
- Keelung City
- Keelung Harbour
- Yehliu Natural Park - Queen's Head
Reviewed by haihi, Singapore, October 2012
Well organised. Interactive tour guide. A must to visit.
Reviewed by Joas, October 2012
What an amazing half-day trip from Taipei! I was part of a small group and was really able to enjoy the trip and spent good time on each stop. The view of Keelung from the monastery was great! The highlight of the trip were the incredible rock formations at Yehliu Geopark and in spite of the tremendous number of tourists at the time, the trip was well worth it! The coastline views were spectacular! A tour not to be missed,