Tourists plant a red quinoa crop near Xianglan Village, Taiwan, on February 7, 2021. Photo: Ralph Jennings Tourists plant a red quinoa crop near Xianglan Village, Taiwan, on February 7, 2021. Photo: Ralph Jennings
Tourists plant a red quinoa crop near Xianglan Village, Taiwan, on February 7, 2021. Photo: Ralph Jennings

Something different to do in Taiwan: farm stay gives glimpse of tribal life, from planting crops to making local crafts

  • Roughly 1,000 guests so far have experienced the one-of-a-kind farm stay at Xianglan Village on Taiwan’s southeast coast
  • The stay debunks stereotypes depicting indigenous people as being drunk and lazy, says Sakinu Tepiq, who launched the programme two years

Topic |   Responsible travel
Tourists plant a red quinoa crop near Xianglan Village, Taiwan, on February 7, 2021. Photo: Ralph Jennings Tourists plant a red quinoa crop near Xianglan Village, Taiwan, on February 7, 2021. Photo: Ralph Jennings
Tourists plant a red quinoa crop near Xianglan Village, Taiwan, on February 7, 2021. Photo: Ralph Jennings
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