Dawu, which is located next to Ailiaobei River in Wutai Township, is a Rukai Tribe that adheres to indigenous tradition. In 2009, the tribal people were settled in several different temporary shelters after the Typhoon Morakot. Thanks to the charity donation, which was used to build a shelter house for the tribal people to survive in the flood safely. After 3 years, the shelter house was demolished due to the violation of laws and regulations, the tribal people became more determined to return hometown. At present, there are still some old people living in Dawu, and they live in a simple and quiet life as their ancestors whose farm produce and the crafts presented by life intelligence. It's easy to see the old people processing the farm produce or weaving crafts under the awning of the house. It's a scene frozen in a photo that kept the moment of the time. The young generation has made great efforts in carrying on the heritage. Coming to Dawu, visitors can not only indulge themselves in a strong Rukai atmosphere but also see the engravings on the stone wall and hear the Rukai people's mother language. An experience tour to the mountain life with bare hands.
|10:00||Assemble at the Wutai Tribe|
|10:00~12:00||Visit the Xiaoshandongchuan Settlement|
|13:00~14:00||Millets Story House|
|14:00~15:00||DIY Millets Charms|
The minimum number of people required: 6
Price Details: NT $950/person (including the full guided tour, meal and food, experience activities, and insurance)
Shuttle service is charged separately. A roundtrip between the Wutai Tribe and the Dawu Tribe is NT $400/person.
NT $8,100 (A group of 6 people)
▼The itinerary is led by a full-time private guide.
▼A reminder of things to carry:
▼ Safety Codes