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Navigate the exhilarating Hsiukuluan River rapids with your choice of raft types to fit your level of thrills!
The Hsiukuluan River provides some of Taiwan's best rafting, challenging participants with a range of rapids to navigate. The rapids are a reasonable level for beginners, but swift enough to provide a thrill. The varied route will have you transitioning between paddling ferociously, holding tight as you plunge down a rapid and sitting back to appreciate the spectacular scenery you're passing through. You'll journey through rocky ravines with a backdrop of impressive mountainous scenery before ending on the coast of the Pacific Ocean. Take your pick of raft types for varying degrees of comfort and excitement! Run by a company with years of experience and led by a friendly professional instructor, safety is paramount—but they don't skimp on the fun!
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Awesome experience with great scenery. Friendly guides and safety ensured at all times. But all instructions done in chinese.
Good and funny experience: as there were about 300 fellow non speaking english who also were going to join in this activity. No one could speak english, but you also do not really need the safety instructions. There were some wild rapids in the river and the surroundings are beautiful. I would recommend this experience because it is so cheap and we enjoyed it, mainly because it was funny. We couldnt understand anything. They also have boats for little kids and lunch is included. If you start at 11 you are finished between 2 and 3, back in Ruisui around 4.
This was a fantastic experience and an outstanding way to beat the heat. We came from Hualien and our transportation service was prompt. The box lunch was served around 11:30, and then some instructions were made in Mandarin. After each rafter received their jacket and helmet, a video session was presented. The actual rafting adventure took three hours and included a few exciting rapids and plenty of rock obstacles. The professionals were on top of their game in ensuring each raft avoided major problems, and splash wars were rampant throughout. The event was not English friendly, but we happened to have an English-speaking Taiwanese family on our raft, which was very helpful and reassuring. Overall, considering the price and experience, this is an excellent alternative to hiking through the national park.