• Location: Hong Kong, Hong Kong
  • Duration: 3 hours (approx.)
From USD $ 32.66 View price calendar

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Depart Hong Kong for a 4-hour sampan tour of Sai Kung. Travel with an experienced guide to the coast to board a traditional wooden sampan boat for your sightseeing cruise. Head to UNESCO-listed Hong Kong Global Geopark, the island of Yim Tin Tsai, Jin Island and other scenic spots. Admire striking rock formations and sea caves, then learn about local cultures such as the Hakka people. Disembark for a walk along Sharp Island and see Elephant Nose Rock at Sharp Island, before returning to Sai Kung pier.

Highlights

  • Half-day tour of Sai Kung by wooden sampan boat, from Hong Kong
  • Learn about the cultures of people on the island of Yim Tin Tsai
  • Snap photos of sea caves, rock arches and other spectacular natural features
  • Take in the scenic beauty of Jin Island and Sharp Island
  • Walk around the beach at Sharp Island to see the landmarks up close
  • Hear informative commentary from the guide about the geology, history and culture of the region

What You Can Expect

Sai Kung Cruise by Traditional Wooden Sampan

Fun at Sharp Island

Customer Reviews

Kate L

5 star rating: Highly Recommended June 2017

The guide was knowledgeable, friendly, and professional, had interesting things to say and show. The tour involved many scenic places. We walked through two islands, visited an abandoned village, an old church, salt farm, and interesting rock formations. The boat is simple, but, on a nice day, was comfortable.

MR ANDREW H B

5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2015

Excellent guide, nice small group of 10 people, visited an amazing almost abandoned island which was fascinating, visited interesting geological features which were well explained by our guide. Thoroughly recommended.

Andrea H

4 star rating: Recommended January 2016

Price was good, tour guide was very knowlagble and friendly.
Great tour, I would recommend it.
Disappointing though was that the email we received with meet up details stated the meeting time as 9.15am. The tour information on this website says that also. We had to find a phone and ring the tour guide to find out where he was, and was told it was supposed to say 10.15 meet up.
It was a big group of around 24 people.

Bryan D

3 star rating: Worth doing November 2015

Definitely worth doing. It's great seeing parts of Hong Kong that are a bit more off the beaten path.

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