The Sai Kung peninsula is considered the crown Jewel of rural Hong Kong. With no roads in the region's outer reaches, the only way to visit is to hike in or arrive by boat. Mountains, waterfalls, beaches and native wildlife all await the intrepid visitor.
What to Expect
Meet your professional guide at Hang Hau train station to begin a full-day adventure that takes you to the Sai Kung beaches. This is an exciting opportunity to escape the hustle and bustle of Hong Kong and get back to nature. The vast land and sea area remains untouched by urbanization.
Visit the Hoi Ha Wan protected marine ecosystem. If you’re lucky, you’ll spot native birds such as the Chinese bulbul and white-eyed magpie.
The rock formations are also magnificent, and the entire coastline is composed of volcanic materials. Acid lava can be found in the area surrounding the High Island Reservoir and the south islands.
With so many options available, your guide can mix things up a bit according to the type of experiences you're looking for and what the conditions are like.
After your beach adventure, the guide will escort you back to the MTR station, where you can take the train back to the city. For an extra fee, and depending on weather conditions, there is also the option of taking a speedboat ride around the incredible Geo Park on the way back.
- All transportation (except speedboat ride)
Exit B2 of the Hang Hau MTR station (subject to the day of the week and local traffic conditions)
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