Deserted Beaches

Hong Kong: Full-Day Deserted Beaches Hike

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Duration
8.5 hours
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What You'll Do
  • Discover Hong Kong's natural beauty as you hike along the Sai Kung Peninsula
  • Hike amidst stunning scenery in Sai Kung Country Park
  • Explore the deserted village of Chek Keng
Overview
Taking in part of the famous MacLehose hiking trail, enjoy an 8.5-hour guided walk to the tip of the Sai Kung Peninsula. Feast your eyes on white sandy beaches and clear blue waters and trek through remote villages in the Sai Kung Country Park.
What to Expect
Discover the breathtaking beauty of Hong Kong as you take an 8.5-hour hike along glorious coastlines backed by lush tropical vegetation.

Following a network of paved paths, pass fascinating old Hakka clan villages. Witness great examples of natural reforestation the nurtured Feng Shui woods here provide a great breeding environment for native species.

The Sai Kung uplands and coasts have always been sparsely populated and, from the 1970s, many villagers left their ancestral lands in favour of city lives. This hike offers a unique insight into the homes, lands, and beaches these villagers left behind. Although just 20km from Kowloon, this tour will make you feel a world away. 

As the walk draws to a close, explore the historical village of Chek Keng. Though deserted, it is not truly abandoned as some former villagers occasionally return to check on their ancestral homes. Furniture, cooking utensils, and even a Catholic church stand still in time, as if one day these homes may be resumed. 
What's Included
  • Public transport
What's Not Included
  • Food and drinks
Meeting Point

General Post Office at No. 2 Connaught Place, Central, Hong Kong Island. Your tour will begin outdoors, in front of the green vending machines.

Know Before You Go
Footwear:
It is strongly recommended that you wear either robust walking shoes or sneakers. Casual sandals or open shoes are not suitable for trails, which can be rocky in places

Clothing:
Sun and rainfall can be intense and a hat is recommended. During the winter season (November - March) temperatures can drop with a chilling wind, so a sweater or fleece is advisable. During the wet season (April - September) a waterproof jacket is recommended

In warmer months (May - October) it is advisable to carry a spare T-shirt or other garment to change into at the end of the hike

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