Explore the Tai O fishing village and enjoy Hong Kong's scenic naturescapes from the water
Learn about the ancient fishing village of Tai O, also known as the ‘Venice of the East'
Take in Hong Kong's beautiful natural sites from the water
Make a stop along the coast of Lantau Island Country Park, home to Hong Kong's beautiful pink dolphins
Enjoy a short hike and waterfall-side lunch
Rest assured in secure safety measures and gear, as well as the company of one guide for every six participants
Get a wholly different experience of Tai O with this sea kayaking journey. Best known for its quaint stilt houses, the ancient Tai O fishing village is undoubtedly picturesque; exploring it on kayak only adds to the charm. See islands of bygone pirate days before heading to the coast of Lantau Island Country Park, the site of the Pink Dolphins' habitat, then paddle on to where a short hike will lead you to a beautiful waterfall picnic site for lunch.
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This tour is suitable for participants with no paddling experience. But, participants should be able to swim and have a reasonable standard of fitness upon booking and should make their own judgments and decisions with regard to their capabilities to complete their tour's itinerary. However, the operator reserves the right to refuse a participant if they are deemed incapable of taking the tour safely.
Each tour is affected by the weather. Operator will make daily judgments as to whether or not conditions are safe, and shorten or postpone the tour accordingly.
Participants under 18 years of age require the permission of a parent or guardian in order to participate in this activity. The minimum age for an unaccompanied person is 16, unless the group is accompanied by at least one or more supervising adults. The minimum age for any participant is 8. Children under the age of 14 will always be paddling in a double sea kayak.
It is the responsibility of any participant to: advise the operator of any pre-existing medical condition, illnesses, allergies and/or disability that might reasonably be expected to increase the risk of the participant requiring medical attention or that might affect the normal conduct of a tour and enjoyment of other trip members; and inform the operator of any medication being taken that might adversely affect the participant's physical activities.
You should not participate if you are suffering from a heart condition or any other injury or illness that may affect your physical ability; if you are pregnant; and if you under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
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The guide was very nice and informative. Tai O is definitely worth seeing this way. The double kayak's "watertight" compartment leaked a bit, so the extra drybag provided by the guide was needed. The amount of rubbish in the sea was rather surprising.The place for lunch was as described, pond with small waterfall in the forest. Nice but the (mostly concrete) path there was somewhat littered with rubbish, too. Lunch itself was modest but ok. Don't expect much of a nature trip, it's more about a rather unique community, whose survival to this day is astonishing and raises questions about its future. The sea/landscape is impressive as everywhere in HK.