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Paragliding in Yilan
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RosannaAo wrote a review Nov 2016
Macau, China11 contributions8 helpful votes
I marvel at it! I stood on the top of the mountain and overlooking, the whole scenery came into view. I dressed up to play the paragliding, and had a video recorder for recording all things what I saw. “Just start!” the instructor of paragliding said. My instructor who controlled the direction of the paragliding was behind me, I ran with all my strength, and then we flew in the sky. I believed that it’s an amazing experience for me. I like this activity because it’s an extreme sports and I prefer to play this type of sports, it make me feel like I am challenging myself. Although paragliding has a certain risk, I believed that people should try anything which they scared or only one chance to do it. So if you have the same thinking with me or you want to challenge yourself, Yilan (a place in Taiwan which can play paragliding) is a good choose for your plan of trip.
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Date of experience: August 2016
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Katherine T wrote a review May 2014
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I was bumping around Wai Ao Beach and I saw people flying down from a cliff, so I began making my trip up hill. The road up hill to the paragliding is not doable by foot, luckily for me, one of the locals saw me struggling up hill and offered to drive me up. I paid 1000 NTD for about 5 minutes of air time but it is an amazing experience, to be in mid air, above the greenery and the beach. Not much for those andrenaline junkie, more of just floating in the air
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holplanner wrote a review Sep 2013
Singapore111 contributions126 helpful votes
I am not sure whether the place I did the paragliding matches the address above. I was walking around Wai Ao Beach and noticed paragliders coming down. There and then, we got our taxi driver to bring us there (a short drive from where Mr Brown Coffee Castle is). It costs TWD900 per person and you're in the air for about 5 minutes. Depending on the number of people, I can imagine the wait would be very long on a weekend. I believe there were only about 6-8 parachutes available on the Wednesday that I was there. We waited 1 round (about 20 mins) for our turn. They do not take reservations. You have to be there to register (they need your passport number if you are foreigner). I suggest going there to register before visiting Mr Brown Coffee Castle (for a drink/snack/toilet) if you have to wait for your turn. It was great fun! Worth the time and money in my opinion!
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Date of experience: September 2013
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