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Saturday Kayak trip around Tai O
  • Date

    2018-05-19

  • Time

    9:00-17:00

  • Address

    Tai O Village Lantau Island

  • Price

    $ 900

  • Teacher / Host

    No Teacher

Min. number of participants to launch: 0

last day to register: 2018-05-12

A pleasant Saturday morning and afternoon exploring a rather unique and oft-overlooked part of Hong Kong – Tai O. We will meet at the Tung Chung MTR station, then travel to Tai O village together via taxi (shared expense), returning after the kayaking tour to end at the Tung Chung MTR station again via taxi (shared expense).

Experience  Tai O on a sea kayaking journey. This well established  fishing village is known for it's stilt houses. Exploring it by kayak adds adventure to this ancient pirates cove  magnifying the charm of this picturesque fishing village. View the  islands where the pirates hid before heading to the coast of Lantau Island Country Park, the site of the Pink Dolphins' habitat.  We will take a short hike  to a beautiful waterfall picnic site for lunch (included in the price).

   

 

 

 

Inclusive Of:

  • All sea kayaking & safety equipment
  • Sea kayak instructors
  • Lunch

Taxi from Tung Chung MTR to Tai O and return to Tung Chung will be an additional shared expense.

Meet at Tung Chung MTR by the bus stop at 9:00am

Take taxi approximately 1-hour to Tai O village.

Tour begins from Tai O bus terminus at 10:00am 

The tour will take approximately 6 hours and is estimated to end in Tung Chung at 5:00pm

 

What to bring:

  • Sneakers, wetsuit booties OR sport sandals. Flip-flops are not suitable!
  • A change of dry clothes, towel and dry shoes. Swimmers should also bring their own bathing suit
  • Hat or visor, sunglasses with strap, and sunscreen
  • Drinking water. Participants may also bring additional snacks if they wish.
  • 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.

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