Hong Kong is a vibrant, densly populated city, known to many as a major port and global financial hub with a skyscrapper-studded skyline. But, it might come as a surprise that Asia’s world city has some impressive wildlife and ecology too. Some of the best is protected in marine parks and nature reserves, where you’ll see Hong Kong rugged, remote and untamed.
THIS TWO-DAY TRIP FEATURES:
Day 1: Hiking the MacLehose Trail
Day 1: Hike to waterfall
Day 2: Hike to the Sharp Peak
PRICE: 1,299 RMB / 190 USD
*500 RMB deposit (included in the price) is required upon signing up. The full payment mut be made by the 12th of October.
In case of a cancellation, the amount paid is not refundable after the 12th of October, unless a replacement is found.
A MINIMUM of 10 participants is required to organize this trip. Should the trip be cancelled due to a low number of participants, changing weather conditions or other unforeseeable factors, all guests receive a full refund.
MAXIMUM group size: 15 guests
- This allows us to give you a more pleasant and intimate experience.
Accepted payment methods:
Transfer/deposit to Bank of China
Private bus from Kowloon West Station to Sai Kung
Private tent, including a mat and sleeping bag
SAVE 50 RMB if you bring your own sleeping bag & mat
SAVE 70 RMB if you share the tent with somebody.
SAVE 200 RMB if you bring and carry your own camping gear.
From the beach to Sai King
***Important note: the speed boat can only operate in stable weather conditions. In case of strong wind, we will be required to hike back the same way as we came into the beach on Day 1 and then take a bus to Sai Kung. All guests would receive a refund of 130 RMB.
- We also speak Spanish, Polish and French.
- Certified in First Aid, CPR, and AED by the American Red Cross
Accidental death and disability 100,000 RMB
Accidental medical treatment 10,000 RMB
Emergency Medical Evacuation 100,000 RMB
***Important note: If you do not work in China and do not have a Chinese bank account you are required to obtain your own insurance policy.
There are two restaurants beside the beach that offer a variety of food choices ranging from 40-60 HKD a meal. A big bottle of water and bottle of beer are 20 HKD each.
One of chef’s specialities are famous Fried Udon Beef Noodles…can’t miss it!
Before we set off on our hike on Day 1 we will make a stop over in Sai Kung town, where you’ll have the chance to go to the supermarket and get a SIM card for your phone as well as food and drink supplies.
The meeting spot for this adventure is Kowloon West Station EXIT J on Saturday, October 12th at 09:30am. Please inform us which city you are traveling from and we will suggest the most suitable connection. If you need assistance with booking your tickets, a fee of 80 RMB will apply. Otherwise you may purchase your tickets through WeChat wallet and pick them up at your nearest train station.
The cost of roundtrip train tickets from selected cities:
- ADD 402 RMB if traveling from GUANGZHOU
- ADD 150 RMB if traveling from SHENZHEN
06:45 – Meeting at Guangzhou South Railway Station
07:23 – Depart from Guangzhou South Railway Station
08:29 – Arrive to Kowloon West Station
09:30 – Take private bus to Sai Kung
10:15 – Arrive to Sai Kung
30 minutes to withdraw money and buy SIM card (optional)
10:45 – Take local bus to beginning of trail
11:15 – Hike begins
13:30 – Arrive at the beach and have lunch.
14:30 – Set up tents
15:30 – Hike to waterfall (40 minutes walk one way). You can opt to skip the hike and relax at the beach.
18:30 – Back at the beach
19:00 – Dinner
20:00 – Bonfire and games
04:30 – Wake up for sunrise hike (optional)
06:00 – Reach summit of Sharp Peak
08:30 – Arrive at beach and have breakfast
09:30 – Relax on beach and swim
12:00 – You’re welcome to have lunch at any time.
16:30 – Take boat back to Sai Kung
16:30 – Take private bus back to Guangzhou
17:00 – Arrive to Sai Kung and have dinner
18:30 – Private bus to Kowloon West Station
20:00 – Take speed train back to Guangzhou
20:55 – Arrive in Guangzhou South Railway Station
***Please note that the schedule is subject to change.