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Hong Kong is known for its unique geography, but knowing the best spots to admire the territory’s natural landscape can be tricky. Escape the bustling main streets on a hiking tour of the High Island Reservoir in Hong Kong’s UNESCO-listed Geopark, and discover volcanic formations, scenic coastline, and the Leung Shuen Wan Tin Hau Temple. Avoid hidden costs with lunch, a junk ride, and a village tour included.
The Hong Kong Geopark, opened November 2009, comprises of eight major geological sites and is of International stature. One of them is in the region of the High Island water reservoir, the destination of this tour. We'll start at the site of spectacular rock formations formed by volcanic activities 140 million years ago and follow coastlines shaped by waves and weathering into a bay with a beautiful beach. Walking on to Leung Shuen Wan, which consists of three old Hakka villages. Here the fishing community is still active: the weather-protected bay is ideal for fish cultivation. We’ll treat ourselves to a Seafood meal at one of the Restaurants here.After lunch, we visit the magnificent Tin Hau Temple of Leung Shuen Wan. Modern fisherman and their families still make offerings here before heading out to sea. We return back to Sai Kung by water, on a traditional junk.
See for yourself why so many others praise Hong Kong for its hiking trails on this 8-hour private hiking tour. Your private guide takes you to Hong Kong’s Country Parks, and picks out portions of some of the best trails in the area. Normally, he or she plans about four hours of hiking for you and your private group of up to four people, but you can always ask to hike for a shorter time if preferred. You can also ask for a certain hiking difficulty level, so that you're not surprised along the way.
We hike in one of the most pristine areas in all of Hong Kong. The many trails are rarely used during the week, with barking deer and wild boar roaming these secluded areas. We’ll be more likely to see butterflies and birds along the way however, as there are plenty. You'll get treated to an authentic local meal in the middle of nature. We'll visit one of the best preserved rural village in the territory before a scenic boat ride takes us back into civilisation.
There’s so much more to Hong Kong than hypermodern sprawl, but its more tranquil zones can be hard to reach without either your own transport or Chinese language skills. Explore a scenic—yet eerie—wonderland of deserted villages and abandoned rice terraces with a guide as you hike to the Hakka village of Lai Chi Wo. Enjoy a seafood lunch along the way then return by boat.
Immerse yourself in the culture, nature and food of Hong Kong on this 10-hour hiking tour. Follow your hiking guide to a hidden monastery, then trek to the top of a nearby summit for spectacular views of Hong Kong and its surrounding islands. Visit an ancient village to see the god-house and temple. An authentic Hong Kong–style breakfast and tea at a local teahouse are included. This small-group tour is limited to 15 participants to ensure personalized attention from your guide and an intimate atmosphere.
Get in touch with the great outdoors and challenge yourself on this 5-hour adventure climbing the saddle-shaped peak of Ma On Shan. During this hiking experience, climb up the mountain from the township, and take in stunning views of the surrounding landscape along the way. After navigating the ridge walk, make your way back down to the town of Sai Kung.
Discover the area beneath Kowloon Peak on this Hong Kong hiking tour that takes in the local nature, culture and food. Follow the trail that leads to the peak of Kowloon Peninsula, and admire views of the surroundings from the top. This heritage walk provides a taste of local life as you enjoy an authentic breakfast at a tea restaurant and feast on dim sum later in the day.
Hike through some of Hong Kong’s most beautiful areas without worrying about getting lost on this 5-hour hiking tour to Lion Rock. Start at Kam Shan Country Park, and catch a glimpse of the monkeys who live there. Make your way through trails to Lion Rock, and decide if you’d like to go to the top of the 1,624-foot (495-meter) mountain. Continue to follow your guide across trails to Sha Tin Pass, and end your hike in Hong Kong’s Wong Tai Sin district.
Hike around Lamma Island and discover Fisherfolks’ Village, Tin Hau Temple, and more as you explore. After leaving Hong Kong Central by ferry, you’ll hike along Lamma Island’s trails with a guide. Soak up views from the second largest power station in Hong Kong, and even try your hand at hookless fishing, if you wish. A round-trip ferry ticket is included, along with some free time for a seafood lunch on the island.
If you’re an active explorer than this 5-hour hiking trip on a Dragon’s Back trail to Big Wave Beach is just the thing for you. First spend about three hours hiking the 5-mile (8-kilometer) trail. When you reach the beach, celebrate with a craft beer (or other beverage if you’re not a beer fan). You’ll have about half an hour to an hour of free time on the beach when you can relax or choose to go swimming.
Hike and cycle through the Hong Kong wilderness on this 4-hour Plover Cove ride and hike tour. Hop onto your bike in Tai Mei Tuk, then follow a guide through Plover Clove — widely considered the prettiest part of Hong Kong. When your bike-ride comes to an end, take to the footpaths and hike through the highland forests, where hidden waterfalls cascade through the natural landscape. Watch the treetops for native birdlife and enjoy the feeling of being close to nature in Hong Kong.
Follow island trails past historic villages, forest, and coastal scenery on a full-day, guided hiking tour of Lamma Island that includes round-trip transport from Hong Kong central station. Enjoy the laid-back pace of life on the car-free fishing island, and experience an uncrowded, natural side of Hong Kong.
Hong Kong is a hugely popular layover destination, but even with just a day to spare, you don’t have to follow the crowds. This private hiking tour will introduce you to another side of Hong Kong, away from the busy city streets and noisy theme parks. Choose from three easy-to-challenging hiking routes, and explore the idyllic scenery of Lantau Island, marvel at landmarks such as the Big Buddha and Po Lin monastery, then experience local life in Tai O Village.
Escape from the busy streets of Hong Kong for a half-day of hiking on Tai Mo Shan mountain, home to the stunning Ng Tung Chai waterfalls. Encounter a series of cascades, ending with the breathtaking Main Falls, the crown jewel of the walk and the tallest waterfall in Hong Kong. Pass by temples and villages, and learn about local plant and animal life from your expert guide. Expect a moderately challenging hike that is well worth undertaking! Your guide can modify the route to suit your fitness level.
For a change of pace from busy Hong Kong, immerse yourself in nature during a half-day outing on the Dragon's Back trail. Considered one of the best urban hikes in Asia, Dragon’s Back features trails that wind along mountains, through forests and down to the white sands of Tai Long Wan (Big Wave Bay). Gaze over Hong Kong and the South China Sea, and have time to swim or relax on the beach. Your experienced guide provides informative commentary during your walk, which ranges from easy to moderately challenging.
We will travel to Shau Kei Wan using the MTR underground.After a short stroll through the wet market, we will hop on a bus to go to the beginning of the hike located in Hong Kong’s Country Park.The 7km walk is very pleasant and will take us through Hong Kong’s tropical forest. This will enable us to talk about the territory’s geography, wild life and flora.Near the Dragon’s Back top, the trail offers magnificent views of the China Sea, Big Wave Bay, Shek O village and its golf club and of splendid secluded billionaire villas.At the end of the walk, you will have the option to either return to Central with your guide or spend some free time in Shek O village or the nearby Stanley village.