Its spectacular natural environment makes Lantau the perfect setting for physical activities, with the south of the island offering a diversity of trail walks, pristine beaches, naturally formed pools and canyons, waterfalls and campsites. Lantau has something for all ages and abilities, where we can teach a student how to cycle for the first time or take out experienced mountain bikers on trails, introduce paddling skills to beginners or kayak the south coast, and build rope skills from canyoning to rock climbing.
Coasteering, Canyoning, Kayaking, SUP, Cycling and Mountain Biking, Camping, Hiking, Orienteering, Swimming, Organic Farming, Mangrove Studies, Raft Building, Survival Skills and Team Building.
The Sai Kung Peninsula is a haven for hikers, campers, paddlers and climbers. Some of Sai Kung’s spectacular vistas will make you think more of Hawaii than Hong Kong, with dramatic peaks rising from azure waters. The country park also contains beautiful marine parks with coral and colourful fish, geo parks with unique rock features, and all kinds of great beaches, canyons, rocky shorelines, and endless hiking trails. It is one of the most picturesque places along the south China coast.
Coasteering, Canyoning, Kayaking, SUP, Camping, Hiking, Orienteering, Snorkelling, Swimming, Junk Boating, Fish Farming, Mangrove Exploration, Raft Building, Survival Skills and Team Building.
Cheung Chau Island is shaped like an hourglass and located just 30 minutes from Central, Hong Kong. Most people know the island for its vibrant village and street food, bun festival, fishing, marine heritage, and windsurfing. There are no cars or buses, so walking around the island is safe and enjoyable. Less well-known are the uncrowded beaches, wonderful rock formations, twisting maze-like walking lanes, history and rich cultural heritage of this diverse and complex little island.
Coasteering, Kayaking, SUP, Orienteering, Swimming, Harbour Sampan Ride, Local Cooking and Crafts, Raft Building, Survival Skills, Global Issues and Team Building.
Hong Kong Island offers an attractive blend of wilderness adventure and environmental interest, despite being one of the most densely populated islands in the world. With white sandy beaches and rock formations rising up from the sea Hong Kong Island is perfect for day trips and shorter residential or camping programs.
Kayaking, Rock Climbing, SUP, Orienteering, Swimming, Raft Building, Survival Skills and Team Building.
Located in the northwest corner of the New Territories, this program is based within a youth camp in the hills, and is ideal for younger primary students, secondary leadership programs or large groups. It is a suitable site for a 2 or 3-day program or as part of a longer 5-day option. On-site and nearby Dragonfly leads outdoor activities, environmental activities, team building, camping and survival skills, high ropes course, low ropes course, and more.
Nature Hike, Orienteering, Low Ropes, High Ropes, Swimming, Day Trip to Mai Po Nature Reserve, Survival Skills and Team Building.