Hong Kong: Geopark Kayaking Adventure
- Duration: 7 hours
Meet your group and guide at the Hang Hau MTR Station around 9:00AM. From there you can get ready for your 8-hour kayaking adventure as you follow your guide to Sai Kung ferry Pier before taking a 20-minute ride to the Sai Kung Country Park. Once there you'll begin at Pak Lap Wan Beach where your kayak and equipment will be waiting for you, before hopping into your kayak and paddling out into the water with instructions from your guide. See awesome rock formations and dramatic seas arches, and maneuver your way through some cool sea caves. You might even spot some coral beds and sea life as your cruise. After paddling for a while, take a break on Long Ke Wan Beach, which is known as one of the most beautiful beaches of Hong Kong. Depending on weather conditions and the group/individual's ability, you might be able to explore different areas of the park. With abundant sea life, scattere...
Embark on an adventure in search of uninhabited islands and untouched beaches. Paddle through lush surroundings while admiring panoramic views of Sai Kung East Country Park. The local guide will meet the group in central Hong Kong and escort you to the SUP center where you will be provided with a board, paddle, and life vest. Depending on weather conditions and the group's ability, we will explore different areas of the park. The best times of year are from April through October when the seas are generally calmer. Other times of the year can be fine, but less reliable. In the event that conditions are not favorable, we will reschedule the tour. Expect to spend between 2-4 hours on the water island hopping, swimming, and enjoying the natural surroundings.
Discover the idyllic and remote Sai Kung peninsula, arguably the crown Jewel of rural Hong Kong. With no roads within the region's outer reaches, the only way to access this stretch of white sandy beaches is to hike or arrive by boat. First, meet your guide in downtown Hong Kong and set off on your customizable day trip. Make the boat crossing to the Sai Kung peninsula and marvel at the incredible mountains, waterfalls, beaches, and unique rock formations. Spend the day exploring this remote stretch of white sand beaches - a must-do activity for those with an interest in nature and the outdoors. With so many options of things to do, mix up your itinerary according to what experience you're looking for and what the weather conditions are like on the day. The local supplier will be in touch once a booking is placed to organize your trip with you.
Feel refreshed after spending about 6 hours exploring the Yellow Dragon Gorge with this incredible escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. Meet your guide at the Tung Chung MTR station on Lantau Island. Whether you’re on a layover or just need a nature break, this is the perfect way to connect with nature. Hike upstream, boulder by boulder, accompanied by a guide who has a deep knowledge of the hidden natural wonder of Lantau Island. Surrounded by soaring cliffs and waterfalls, you will hardly believe you're in Hong Kong. Accessible year-round, this nature trek allows you to cool off in numerous natural pools along the trail.
Discover Hong Kong's spectacular urban nature on this guided hike. Meet your guide and the rest of your group at Shau Kei Wan MTR station and head to the trailhead. You'll be in a small group in order to guarantee a personalized experience. This tour is perfect at any time of year and in most weather conditions. Navigating the undulating ridge that gives this classic hike its name, climb gently skyward across tree-lined trails and winding mountain paths. Discover the history and background behind the region from your guide. As you slowly mount the trail, be rewarded with sensational bird’s-eye views of Hong Kong island, including the famous Dragon’s Back itself as seen from up above. From there, descend down to the white sands and turquoise waters of Tai Long Wan (Big Wave Bay). Enjoy free time to relax on the beach, grab lunch nearby, or don a swimsuit and hop into the water before he...
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