It's the tribe with the lowest population in Sandimen Township, which is at the starting point of the Provincial Highway No.24. The Dalai Tribe, which was formerly known as tavatavang, has an abundant history of village migration. After 5 times village migration, the tribe was moved and settled at the site in ROC 78 (1989). New Dalai, which connects with the old tribe site by a suspension bridge that crosses Ailiao River. Before the Provincial Highway No. 24 open to the public, people needed to pass the Old Dalai on the way to Wutai. The wonderful memories with the “Cizhipo” and the “Libiechu,” the stone town Old Dalai has kept the time frozen in the 1960s, it's a time bound city for people to remember the old times! After five-time migration, Dalai has been finally moved to the current site next to the Provincial Highway No.24 after the last migration. The current settlement is named “New Dalai”, which is far from the “Old Dalai” across the river.
The tour takes you to the New Dalai to have an in-depth journey of life in the tribe.
|10:30||Assemble at the Sandimen Township Office|
|11:00~12:00||Experience and try the traditional snack, Jinafu|
|13:00~14:00||Archery Experience Activity|
The minimum number of people required: 6
Price Details: Guided Tour, Experience Activities, meal and food, one-stop shuttle service
NT$6,300 (A group of 6 people)
▼The itinerary is led by a full-time private guide.
▼A reminder of things to carry:
▼ Safety Codes