When is the best time to go to Taroko National Park?

When is the best time to go to Taroko National Park? Here's some information to help you in your decision:

  • The weather is good all year round in Taroko National Park
  • On average, the warmest months are June, July, August and September
  • January is the driest month
  • The rainiest months are May, June, July, August and September
  • The best months for swimming are May, June, July, August, September, October and November

For full information about the climate and weather in Taroko National Park a specific month, click on the corresponding line below:

January 59°F/63°F
7%
0.3in
February 63°F/65°F
11%
0.6in
March 65°F/68°F
16%
0.9in
April 68°F/72°F
31%
1.4in
May 74°F/77°F
44%
2.4in
June 77°F/81°F
41%
2.7in
July 79°F/81°F
28%
2.5in
August 79°F/81°F
37%
2.8in
September 76°F/79°F
37%
2.8in
October 72°F/76°F
20%
1.6in
November 67°F/70°F
18%
1.2in
December 61°F/65°F
7%
0.6in

Weather and climate in Taroko National Park

  • Between january and april the climate is beautiful. The record temperature this month is 86°F and, in april, 9 days of rain are expected.
  • Between may and september the climate is not good, but still OK. At lunchtime, it's 79°F in average and it rains about 37% of the time in september.
  • Between october and december the climate is good. At lunchtime, it's 65°F in average and it rains about 0.6in each month.

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Charts: temperature and rainfall in Taroko National Park

In the charts below, you can see the following seasonal norms for the city of Taroko National Park: the minimum and maximum outdoor temperature, the risk and amount of monthly rainfall, daily average sunshine, sea temperature, and relative humidity for each month of the year.

Outside temperature

Precipitation (rainfall)

Daily sunshine hours

Sea temperature

Humidity



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Taroko National Park appears on the map below with a blue icon. The other cities or locations in Taiwan appear on the map with a black icon. Click for information about the climate.

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