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Please notify us of any medical conditions that we should be aware of. We will assume clients have their own medications for asthma or known illnesses. Insect repellent is not obligatory, but advisable if you tend to attract insects.
Please provide us with a contact phone number in Hong Kong, or the name of the hotel where you are staying, plus the name the booking is made in.
Meeting Point: Pick-up and drop off for outings is normally at one of the stations on the East Rail Line. The exact station depends on the itinerary. Transport to and from the station is by private car.
What you need to bring
We recommend you wear either robust walking shoes or trainers. Casual sandals or open shoes are not suitable for the trails in Tai Po Kau or the dirt bunds at Long Valley.
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/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 day.
Suntan lotion should be used throughout the year, and applied frequently during the hike. Insect repellent is recommended, especially during the warmer months in Tai Po Kau.
Please notify us of any medical conditions that we should be aware of. We will assume clients have their own medications for asthma or known illnesses
-Photographic equipment: Camera/lens(es), some form of carrying case that is also weatherproof.
-Battery - charged/spare - very important
-Memory cards - available space - very important
-Tripod (if you have one)
- English (Fluent)
Hi, my name is David and I've spent most of my working life in Asia, including 16 years in Hong Kong. I'm passionate about this city, and in particular, birding, and have written a book called "Birding Hong Kong: A Site Guide" and more recently a book called "Hong Kong Nature Walks: The New Territories". Come on a walk with me to experience a different side of the city you never knew existed.
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