Tawian: Visit Taipei and a Wulai aboriginal village on this iExplore tour
On iExplore’s seven-day “Taiwan Experience,” participants tour the National Palace Museum and Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall in Taipei. In Wulai, they can watch aboriginal tribesmen perform rituals learned from their ancestors, some of whom were headhunters. At the Taroko Gorge, participants take in views of a river running through a marble canyon.
Itinerary: Taipei to Yehliu, Chiufen Village, Wulai Aboriginal Village, Sun Moon Lake, Puli, Taichung, Lukang, Hualien and back to Taipei.
Dates: Departures through Sept. 30.
Price: From $2,599 per person, double occupancy (single supplement $479), including lodging, all breakfasts, all transportation (including transfers), guides, taxes and fees but not international airfare, most meals, visa fees and gratuities.
Info: iExplore, Chicago; (800) 439-7567
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