Wulai is a famous mountain village in northern Taiwan and is located in water reservation area. Residents are mostly aboriginal people (Tai Ya Tribe). See the famous Wulai Waterfall which is about 80 meters high. The highlight of the visit to this area is a singing and dancing show by aboriginal people.
- Visit the people of the Tai Ya Tribe on this tour from Taipei
- See the famous Wulai waterfall
- Aborigine Folk singing and dancing show
- Scenic push-car ride
- English-speaking guide
- Hotel pickup and drop off
What You Can Expect
- Scenic push-car ride
- Wulai Waterfall
- Aborigine Folk Dance
- Pass by Swallow Lake
- Chieftain Statue
Wulai, about 10 miles south of Pitan, is the most accessible area from Taipei to view the aboriginal tribesmen who once were the head hunters of Taiwan. See the famous Wulai Waterfall, falling from about 80 meters high and likened to magnificent white silk cloth coming down from the sky.
Drive along scenic mountain road following aborigine and ride in unique push-car to the top of a deep ravine. This is Wulai where aborigine girls will tell you of their lives in graceful song and dance.
A very interesting tour that gives a chance to see a show which explains aborigenese origins and traditions.
Absolutely fantastic tour! The tour guide was so knowledgeavle and just an all around funny guy!
We had a fast and bumpy ride up the village. The scenery was beautiful. The cultural show was equally good. We enjoyed our trip to the village very much. I would certainly recommend Viator to my friends.
We lost some time due to break down of the mini-bus. It was sudden heavy down pour at the village and we appreciated that Mr Png (tour guide) made arrangement to have umbrellas for us. Thank-you.
This tour was a disappointment. We never even got to go down to the bridge shown in the advertisement. This tour is basically a ride to the Village, a fun little cart ride, a quick walk through part of the Village and a really commercialized show that is suppose to depict their history. I wouldn't recommend it.
We were impressed with our tour guide who can speak in 3 kinds of language (English, Mandarin and Japanese). He was so nice, informative and helpfull.
The aboriginal tour is just okay. The waterfall is nice, not spectacular and the aboriginal show is poorly preformed, you can not even take pictures during the show. I more enjoyed the drive to the village than the village its self. I would recommend to just go to Taroko Gorge because they have an aboriginal show too, and there's is much better and you are allowed to take pictures.