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FAQs

Question: On your website you mention a book published by your administration named A General Look and Exposition on the Water, Topographical, and Geological Resources of the Maolin National Scenic Area. Where can I access or purchase this publication?

Answer: Concerning the book A General Look and Exposition on the Water, Topographical, and Geological Resources of the Maolin National Scenic Area, which is published by our administration, we have placed it on the website “Maolin Book Reservations” as an electronic book which you are free to download. We only request that in order to maintain intellectual property rights, please indicate the source if you reference this book.

Question: Where can I find safety promotion materials and information before the whitewater rafting activities take place?

Answer: Before the whitewater rafting season begins, our administration provides the managers with some safety promotional pamphlets and produces a CD ROM for them to broadcast. The CD ROM provides essential information concerning what body ailments make a person unsuited for whitewater rafting, how to correctly wear a helmet and safety jacket, boat operating essentials, and how to handle an emergency. Our CD ROM explanation recording lasts for over four minutes.

Question: How do you handle cases concerning non-observance of the whitewater rafting rules or where the person has gone whitewater rafting without first receiving safety instruction?

Answer: In the above-mentioned cases, we will impose a fine ranging between NT$5,000 and NT$25,000, and forbid the offender from taking part in this activity. This is in accordance with Paragraphs 1 and 2, Article 60 of the Statute for the Development of Tourism. Those engaged in profit-making activities will be fined from NT$15,000 to NT$75,000, and will not be allowed to take part in the activity.

Question: How do you handle cases where the managers do not provide standard qualified lifesavers and lifesaving-boats during whitewater rafting activities?

Answer: We will impose a fine of NT$15,000 to NT$75,000, and forbid offenders from taking further part in this activity. This is in accordance with Paragraph 2, Article 60 of the Statute for the Development of Tourism.

Question: Can under-18s take part in the whitewater rafting activities?

Answer: They can, but in accordance with Paragraph 3, Article 13 of our administration’s Water Area Whitewater Rafting Business Management Regulations, there needs to be at least one person of 18-years-old or over in each rubber dinghy.


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