Best Of All It's In Hong Kong

Go Green in Hong Kong

Local Hong Kong travel operators have developed a range of new outdoor tours for visitors to escape the city. Take a speed boat ride to the Geopark, marvel over historic fishing culture or hike to a 400 year old Hakka village.


Take a closer look at Hong Kong’s lesser-known natural treasures and join a qualified eco-tour guide to learn all about the city’s fascinating local geology and ecology. With these five unique tours to choose from there’s something for everyone.

Lai Chi Wo Hiking Tour

Dating back more than 400 years Lai Chi Wo was once among the most affluent villages in the Northeastern New Territories. The houses and the feng shui woods behind the village remain well preserved. Following the coastline, you will see the impressive reddish landscape caused by 400 million years of rock oxidation. The tour runs for eight hours and starts at HK$1,000 (approx AUD$170) per person including lunch.

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Geopark Boat Tour - Sai Kung Islands

Sai Kung boasts the longest stretch of coastline and the most outlying islands in Hong Kong, with unique scenery and extraordinary rugged profiles. The tour guides you through the region’s rich geo-diversity which includes magnificent sea stacks, the rare hexagonal volcanic rock columns of High Island, and rhyolite on Sharp Island. The tour runs for three hours and starts at HK$975 (approx AUD$166) per person.

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Geopark Hiking Tour

The long and sinuous coastline at Sai Kung is a natural geological gallery, featuring spectacular landforms and rock formations shaped by volcanic activity 140 million years ago, as well as waves and weathering. The guided tour takes you through magnificent hexagonal columnar joints, a natural tombolo at Sharp Island and an inland water dam wall at High Island Reservoir. The tour runs for eight hours and starts at HK$1,000 (approx AUD$170) per person including lunch.

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For further details on all tours see the brochure here.

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