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The Sai Kung section of this long-distance trail has seen favourable mentions by international media for its enjoyable hiking as well as its impressive collection of nature’s works of art — sea caves, sea stacks, hexagonal columns and dykes. Whether you are an earth-science fanatic, professional photographer or simply here for a leisurely walk, you will marvel at the some of the world’s most magnificent geological sites and breath-taking beaches.
Notes to Participants
Route View Map
(Point 2) High Island Reservoir East Dam -- (Point 3) Hexagonal rock columns -- (Point 4) Sea cave -- (Point 5) Long Ke -- (Point 2) High Island Reservoir East Dam
Assembly and Dismissal Details
Before the journey:
At the assembly point:
During the journey:
For more details on hiking safety, please visit the Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department website
The English version of all disclaimers, notices and terms and conditions on the registration system shall prevail.
1. I’m not a regular hiker. Am I fit for this tour ?
This is a moderately easy hike mostly on paved pathways around East Dam, and some nature or paved steps from East Dam to Long Ke.
2. What should I wear for this trip ?
Good walking shoes (not necessarily hiking boots) and comfortable casual wear are good enough for this tour. You may also want to see more tips in the “Before the Journey” section on helpful gears and accessories.
3. Is there any replenishment point during the trip ?
No, there isn’t any replenishment point during the trip. Make sure you stock up enough water and some snacks before the tour departs. There is a convenient store where you can do so at the assembly point of the tour.
4. Can I swim at the beach during the trip ?
No. Swimming is not allowed during the trip.
5. Can I leave in the middle of the trip ?
Leaving the Tour in the middle of the trip is not recommended. Please ensure you are physically fit to complete the entire Tour. If you wish to leave in the middle of the tour, please complete a notification form available from the representative(s) of programme host. By leaving the tour you agree that you will be solely responsible for all liability arising from illness, injury, death, loss and economic consequences you may suffer or incur as a result of leaving the Tour in the middle of the trip. Please take note that there is no public transportation along this tour route and you have to pay for the transportation at your own costs.
Assembly and Dismissal Details
(1) Once the registration is confirmed, no changes on the registered session can be made nor will there be any refund.
(2) Hong Kong Tourism Board reserves the right to call off the activity when:
Participants will receive a full refund on the registration fee of the tour. Refund will be done via online payment system, except those payments had been made in HKTB Kowloon Visitor Centre. Participants who registered in HKTB Kowloon Visitor Centre, please bring along the original official receipt to HKTB Kowloon Visitor Centre to arrange refund.
(3) There will not any refund when:
(4) For enquiries on cancellation of Tour on day of Tour, please contact 3575 9239.
(5) In case of disputes, the decision of Hong Kong Tourism Board shall be final.
It was also good travel timewise exactly. The guide of the tour could speak Japanese a little, so I was relieved. There was only a futuristic image in Hong Kong, and it could be satisfied with nature, so it was new discovery. When going to Hong Kong, I'd like to take a different tour.
A marvelous geopark in Saigon of Hong Kong. There are so many different landscapes,such as C cafe, volcano, plate movement,double T rocks...etc. It's a scenery that be protected, you could see and know how it make up through the guide. This is a really awesome tour I had.
The activity is well arranged. Very nice scenery.
Excellent trip. Leaders were very helpful and knowledgeable, Ray, Klaus and the young lady whose name I forget. A part of Hong Kong very rare and precious and worth saving for all.
Organized trip & good guides. Though they changed the itinerary and we didn't actually visit Long Ke we had a more detailed explanation & info at the East Dam. Probably they could improve a little on the translation part as it is quite time consuming for the guide to translate the same info in 2 languages.