Prohibited activities within the Taroko National Park
The penalty for violating the regulations is a fine from NTD600~3000.
Display, sale, transportation and storage of protected animals, plants and minerals from hunting and collection, or specimens or products made from these are prohibited.
Carrying hunting rifles, ropes, nets, traps, cages, electric batteries, poison or other hunting equipment to capture, kill, harm or poison wild animals within the Park is prohibited.
The setting of a booth, peddling around or engaging in an exhibition or performance is prohibited.
Land filling, land preparation or dumping of earth or gravel is prohibited.
The placement of religious facilities, graves, posting advertisement, mobile advertisements, placing or hanging road signs and banners or other facilities obstructing the scenery is prohibited.
Unapproved loud noises, campfires, cooking, barbecues, grass sliding, swimming, river tracing, rock climbing, camping, tents, broadcasts or the usage of buzzers, the operations of controlled machinery (cables), etc., in non-designated areas are prohibited.
The disposal of PET bottles, Styrofoam, plastic products, metal products, food waste and other items of waste difficult to naturally decompose in non-designated areas is prohibited.
The ignition or burning of firecrackers, fireworks, joss paper or other items endangering public safety is prohibited.
Parking a vehicle which impacts traffic is prohibited.
Any damage to public property and facilities is prohibited.
The abandonment or release of animals, or feeding wild animals is prohibited.
Entrance to the forbidden areas with prohibition signs, or to the Zhuilu Old Trail without a permit approval is prohibited.
Bringing pets into the Ecological Protection Area, Archeological Protection Area, and special Scenic Area (excluding along the roadside) is prohibited.
Altering the approved route, schedule, and campsite when accessing the Ecological Protection Area is prohibited. This does not apply to cases of avoiding an emergency.
Entrance into the Park's trails not yet opened to the public, or wandering off of the existing paths is prohibited.
Setting up memorial monuments, plates, or other memorial facilities without approval is prohibited.