I am planning a family trip to Taiwan and hope to incorporate Hualien, Sun Moon Lake and Cing Jing farm into my itinerary over 7-8 days for 5 adults in December.
The issue is, my father-in-law has some mobility issues and will likely be travelling for the most part, in a wheelchair. He can walk with the aid of a cane but it will be slow-going and he will likely tire quickly.
I am thinking that getting our personal driver should resolve some of our mobility issues but wanted to know if the places planned make sense. For those of you who are familiar with the locations listed (Hualien, Sun Moon Lake, Cing Jing farm) - would these pose any challenges for my father-in-law? In some blogs I've read, I understand there are steps and hills in Cing Jing... And we are ideally looking to stay at a minsu for 2 days.
Are there other locations that I am unaware of that would be a better choice?
Want to make sure that he enjoys the trip. TIA! :)