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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.
You will need to bring your own packed lunch for this. There is a bakery in Sai Kung near the start of the walk, if needed. There is nothing available once at or on the trail.
What you need to bring
We recommend that you wear either robust walking shoes or trainers/sneakers. Casual sandals or open shoes are not suitable for trails, which can be rocky in places.
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 hike.
Suntan lotion should be used throughout the year, and applied frequently during the hike.
Please carry sufficient water for your own needs. In the warmer months, this may equate to one litre for every two hours of walking. Dehydration is a real risk on hot days. Choose mineralised rather than distilled water. Consider an electrolyte replacement drink as well.
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.
- English (Fluent)
Hi, my name is Gabi. I came to Hong Kong from Switzerland in 1996 and despite living in a city, I still call myself a ‘country girl’ who is happiest after a day spent outdoors. I work with a wonderful team of 6 other guides from all over the world who came together for their love of spending time in the great outdoors. Come on one of our amazing hikes and walks and let us show you the Hong Kong we've come to know and love!
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