Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the New Territories of Hong Kong 'The Land Between' Tour. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
Gigi was an excellent tour guide who made the day informative and enjoyable
This was another of the fine tours we have taken through Viator during the past two years, Not only was our guide, Susan, extremely knowledgeable about the sites we visited, but she had, in addition, a wonderfully engaging personality. Her interspersed tales of personal travel experiences had all of us glued to her every word. This is the sort of experience that brings me back to Viator when I plan my vacations--exceptionally interesting sites and equally exceptional guides.
Fantastic. The scenery was lovely, and it was so interesting seeing the small fishing villages. The tour guide was also great.
Very interesting and informative. The tour guide was friendly,knowledgeable and with good English skill.
I really enjoyed this trip. The guide was friendly, efficient and kept good time, and the trip gave me some insights into Hong Kong culture.
The Land Between tour showed a completely different aspect of Hong Kong to that you get from the main island and Kowloon. Our guide was knowledgeable and provided a lot of interesting details that you can't get from the guide books. We would not hesitate to recommend this tour to anyone who wants to see the "other" Hong Kong.
This was an excellent days trip all round. We added on the lunch which was at an excellent Chinese restaurant with locals rather than visitors.
A really interesting trip, with good commentary. The contrast of the green against the concrete jungle of Hong Kong was incredible.
The places visited were beautiful, very interesting and varied. The guide was charming and excellent.
If you want to see a less urban side of Hong Kong this is really a good choice! I also enjoyed the historical information that our tour guide told us about! I think the highlights of the day were the "Bride's Pool" and the waterfall in Tai Po, and the Yuen Yuen Institute.
We saw an entirely different side to Hong Kong. The institute we visited was interesting and spectacular. Seeing waterfalls and wetlands was fascinating. The guide was very informative, and the lunch was great as it was at a restaurant not used by tourists.
It was a great chance to see the other side of Hong Kong, the green, lush and "older" ways, although they aren't so old if they still live like that. Our tour guide was fabulous! Spoke English, was very personable and knowledgeable of the area. She had amazing stories. She catered to the group's diversity of interests. It was well worth it, and I would highly recommend it!