Dirtbag Taiwan – Long Dong Climbing & Cultural Experience
August 16-30, 2010. Promotional Rate: $1,550.00
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Dirtbag Taiwan is designed for budget climbers who long for an international climbing vacation. The climbing area Long Dong (aka Dragon Cave in Chinese) offers over 500 sea-cliff sport and traditional routes on hard sandstone. Routes are rated from 5.4-5.13, suitable for climbers of all abilities. Taiwan is well-known for its beautiful scenery, astonishing landscape, worldly culture, friendly atmosphere, and delicious food. After a hard day of climbing accompanied by splendid sunshine and ocean breezes, climbers relax their muscles in natural hot springs, and enjoy mouth-watering food in night markets of distinct characteristics. Rest day activities include a tour of the capital city, Taipei, and a visit to the National Palace Museum, where people witness Chinese history via stunning artifacts dating back to 1400 B.C. â€œYour Friend. Your Guide.â€ is the philosophy of LittlePo Adventures who delivers relationship-based adventures in Taiwan and China. Dirtbag Taiwan is guided and facilitated by a bilingual and professional outdoor educator, who is also a native of Taiwan.
Inclusions & Exclusions
The promotional rate of $1,550.00 includes the following: breakfasts and dinners (except for an optional seafood feast at northern shore), ground transportation in Taiwan, lodging (camping & shared B&B style rooms), admission to National Palace Museum, bilingual guide, and elementary Mandarin conversational lessons. The price does not include airfare, checked baggage fees, visa fee, travel insurance, immunization, lunches, snacks, drinks, and gratuity.
Participants should fly to Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport (aka Chiang Kai-Shek International Airport. The three-leter code is TPE). US Passport holders can stay in Taiwan for up to 30 days without a visa.
About LittlePo Adventures
Founded in March 2010, LittlePo Adventures is a relationship-based guiding services, a bridge connecting international explorers with natural wonders in China and Taiwan. Equipped with abundant local knowledge, language skills, and outdoor professionalism, the staff of LittlePo Adventures creates personal expeditions and decorates them with cultural touches. For more details, check LittlePo Adventures: Mission, History, and Philosophy
Special thanks to Matt Robertson, who provides us his breathtaking photos. Matt, who shares the same passion with us, is the author of two Taiwan climbing guidebooks.
For More Details
Please download the brochure, leave a comment here, or contact Little Po @ szuting AT gmail DOT com.