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If you have been to other country such like New Zealand, Iceland, etc for river rafting, then you may found not enough excitement on here, river stream is quite peaceful as the flow from the mountain is not much, but if after taifun(hurricane) striked, flow...More
There are heaps of boats available so no need to book in advance. Going in April when the rains haven't started yet... there were some rapids but not enough to be considered white water rafting! We drifted for the most part, there were some rapids...More
Its the most popular river to raft on. The river is very wide and the rafting group have about 8 - 10 raft together down. Each Boat is about 8 - 10 people. You go through a very deep valley for about 4hours and ends...More
We got recommended this rafting-trip by a guy at our hotel in Hualien, and thougt it would be fun as we have loved our previous rafting experienses in New Zealand, Australia and India. We got picked up at our hotel in Hualien and went around...More
I have done this rafting trip five times, and a lot depends on the weather that time of year. If you're lucky, there haven't been any super typhoons in the area for awhile, or a drought. If you're coming in after a big typhoon, the...More
I like the boating package cos it sent a car to pick me up from my hotel, dropped me off at the boating centre (start point). I felt safe after watching the demo video and listening to the briefing. When you got stuck by the...More
The river water is not strong enough to have rafting activities, therefore it uses a lot of effort and energy to work on it, it even need the trainer to use motorboat to drag. Besides the safety instruction was not sufficient and most of the...More