• Location: Hong Kong, Hong Kong
  • Duration: 6 hours (approx.)
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Spend your day exploring Yellow Dragon Gorge, a secluded oasis nestled on Lantau Island. An expert guide accompanies you on foot while you venture into a wondrous landscape of vertical cliffs and waterfalls. Expect a moderately difficult hike with some technical challenges as you cross boulders upstream then cool off in natural pools. This 6-hour tour starts and ends in Tung Chung, not far from the Hong Kong airport.

Highlights

  • Hong Kong hike at Lantau Island
  • Trek past waterfalls at Yellow Dragon Gorge
  • Let a knowledgeable guide lead the way across boulders and streams
  • Swim in natural pools in the summertime

What You Can Expect

Three Dragon Gorge River Walking Tour

Top of the gorge, with multiple waterfalls

Meet your guide at the Tung Chung MTR station on Lantau Island, located less than 15 minutes from Hong Kong International Airport. Whether you’re on a layover or ready to escape the hustle and bustle of the city, you’ll feel refreshed after spending approx. 6 hours exploring Yellow Dragon Gorge.

Boulder by boulder, you’ll hike upstream accompanied by a guide who shares expertise in this 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 in summertime allows you to cool off in numerous natural pools along the trail. Be prepared for a more-than-moderate level of difficulty requiring agility and technical elements as it involves some skirting around waterfalls.

Let your guide know if you’d like to ascend nearby Sunset Peak or Lantau Peak; reigning supreme over Lantau Island, they offer incredible views.

Customer Reviews

Brian R

4 star rating: Recommended April 2017

Who would have believed that it is possible to go hiking in the forest in Hong Kong! It is possible and the tour with Rory as our guide was great. A really peaceful hike along a river bed for a few hours, hopping over boulders and past waterfalls. Rory was willing to adjust the pace of the hike to suit and provided the right balance of information and commentary without being intrusive, which seems to be an ability may guides lack.
Our only regret is that we did the hike in April, which is late in the dry season, so the river water level was very low and the waterfalls a mere trickle, so we would love to repeat it in the rainy season.
We would highly recommend this walk.

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