Namasia is a country of multiple indigenous cultures; the residents include the Bunun, Tsou, Paiwan, and Atayal and each of the ethnic has its own unique culture and way of life. These are valuable tourism resource material and, through planning, development of tourism will make preservation of cultures more effective. The aboriginal areas are not only characterized by the natural beauty of mountains and rivers but also the customs, festivals, rituals, and hunting activities. For example, the annual hunting season is held in break season of farming activities from September/October to March/April. The open fishing season in the river conservation areas is also a major recreational activity in Namasia and the arts and crafts workshops in the tribes, guesthouse architecture, and totems are highly characteristic of aboriginal cultures.