By: Tsai Chih-ming and intern Grace Hu
The packages will be promoted as "momaemaezo holiday trips," meaning learning tours, and will offer visitors an opportunity to not only enjoy the natural beauty of Alishan but also gain a firsthand experience of the Tsou tribe's way of life, the Alishan National Scenic Area Administration (ANSAA) said.
One package, for example, offers a four-day stay in a Tsou village and includes a traditional carpentry workshop, at which the participants will learn to craft handmade wood signs, the ANSAA said.
Other special attractions in the tours include feeding Formosan sika deer and stargazing, it said. [FULL STORY]