Slowing down in Taiwan

Private Tour 5 Days Private Car minimum 2

What is zen? Zen is a type of traditional wisdom that encourages people to have a peaceful in your own mind. If you want to experience a life of zen, join our tour. Scrap the TV, grab your keys and just leave the house. Enjoy what the environment outside has to offer. It’s much better to be moving around than sitting on your comfy sofa. Breathe in the fresh air, take a moment and just be grateful for what you have and where you are in life.


❥ One-Day Chan meditation ❥ One-Day Yoga class ❥ Hike, cycle or walk through Yangmingshang National Park, adventuring through silver-grass glades and woodlands. ❥ Tudor-style Beitou Museum of hot springs' culture & history


Dharma Drum Mountain New Nung Chan Monastery – ❥ Baishawan – The Maokong Gondola whisks passengers up a four-kilometre journey into the Maokong district, which was traditionally a tea-growing region but is now focussed mostly on tourism. ❥ Yangmingshan – Nice farm to walk around and suitable for family with young kids to get introduction on live farm animals. ❥ Tamsui – Home to a variety of western colonial, Japanese, southern Fujianese, and native Taiwanese cultural and architectural attractions, Tamsui is a must visit location for all visitors to the Taipei area. Most renowned for its amazing sunset landscape.

Slowing down in Taiwan


Day 1 - Arrival at Taipei International Airport and explore Taipei
❥ Fly into Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport near Taipei.

❥ Depending on time available and weather, this may include a look at Taipei Botanical Garden, a visit to Taipei 101 and its observatory for sunset views over the city, a soak in a hot spring, or a stroll around Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall (a landmark dedicated to Taiwan and Nationalist China’s former leader).

Day 2 - Chan meditation
❥ The beginners’ Chan Medition Class helps people understand the concepts and methods for Chan practice, learn how to relax the body and mind, and experience the beauty of breathing. Practitioners will then be aware of the arising and perishing of deluded thoughts, recognize the true self, and let go of self-attachment.
Day 3 - Origin Yoga & Wellness
Day 4 - Yangmingshan
Day 5 - Wrap up
❥ Whatever time your flight out, we’ll help you make the very most of your final day in Taiwan. Almost everyone agrees that just after daybreak, as the sun climbs up over the nearby peaks, is a splendid moment to appreciate the beauty of Sun Moon Lake.

❥ Depending on your schedule, we’ll visit Cien Pagoda and perhaps a pair of temples that preserve relics associated with Xuan Zang, a Buddhist monk revered for traveling from China to India in 7th century and translating religious texts.


Breakfast: 4

When to book?

Book at least 2 days in advance


Taipei International Airport




Taipei International Airport


5 days 4 nights

  • A professional English speaking tour guide
  • Four nights stay at 3 to 4-star hotels.
  • Admission tickets to all venues on itinerary
  • Breakfast each day
  • All transportation.
  • Travel insurance
  • Lunch and dinner
  • Any optional activities not on itinerary
  • Gratuity

Cancellation Policy

Cancel Policy

❥ Cancellation 15 days prior to the tour start day will be refunded 85% of the full payment.    Cancellation 10 days prior to the tour start day will be refunded 50% of the full payment.    Cancellation 10 days before the tour start day will have no refund. ❥ Reservation and cancellation are necessary for us to control the quality of a tour. ❥ Travel will not be cancelled on rainy days. Cancellation will only be cancelled if the government cancels the work or if the conditions are considered to be very dangerous weather, such as a typhoon. ❥ Cancellation can be initiated by email (, we will get back to you within 24 hours. ❥ DearTaiwan reserves the right to alter itinerary or cancel tour under certain conditions such as bad weather, minimum of participants other uncontrollable situations.


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