over 260 islands

amazing hong kong

Deserted and remote islands, unbelievable coastlines and a UNESCO Global Geopark!

1/2 day trips

GUIDED Dog Island tour

(Lamma Island)

Departs Mon-Fri: 9:30 am &1:30 pm

HK$450 ALL YEAR

For the less adventurous traveller or family wanting a kayaking experience on their trip to Hong Kong. 
This trip is a short (6km), easy paddle from our base at Sok Kwu Wan, Lamma Island to Dog Island – a small deserted island in the East Lamma Channel and return. 

You will be using stable double sit-on-top kayaks under the supervision of an experienced sea-kayak guide. 

SELF-guided Dog Island tour

(Lamma Island)

Departs daily - 9:30, 12:30 & 15:00

HK$300 ALL YEAR

For the more adventurous traveller who wants to explore by themselves.
This self guided trip (no sea kayak guide provided) is a short, easy paddle from our base at Sok Kwu Wan, Lamma Island to Dog Island – a small deserted island in the East Lamma Channel and return. You will be using stable double sit-on-top kayaks.
A detailed map and itinerary is provided as well as all safety equipment and paddling instructions.

1 day trips

UNESCO GLOBAL GEOPARK

The UNESCO Global Geopark is a world recognised geologically unique place on this earth. Comprising of 9 different sections, we operate 3 different day trips in the semi-protected waters of Shelter Bay

Departs Thu & Fri - 10 am to 5 pm

HK$750

ALL YEAR

World class day trip! Recognised by UNESCO as globally unique, the Sai Kung East Hong Kong Geopark is a spectacular and beautiful part of this planet. 
Explore the wonders of remote and protected islands.

SUITABLE FOR BEGINNERS

Departs Saturdays - 10 am
Returns - 5 pm

HK$750

ALL YEAR

This amazing trip starts or finishes in the sheltered waters of Sai Kung in the far north east of Hong Kong SAR. It is a one way journey (a true sea kayak expdition) through the inner islands and outer islands of the unique UNESCO Global Geopark. 

PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE REQUIRED

Departs Sundays - 10 am
Returns - 5 pm

HK$750

ALL YEAR

This amazing trip starts or finishes in the sheltered waters of Sai Kung in the far north east of Hong Kong SAR. It is a one way journey (a true sea kayak expdition) through the inner islands and outer islands of the unique UNESCO Global Geopark. 

PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE REQUIRED

CAMPING EXPEDITIONS

2, 4, 5 and 9 days

UNESCO Geopark
Inner & Outer islands - 2 days

Departs every 2nd Saturday

Departs 10 am - returns Sunday 5 pm

HKD 2,400

ALL YEAR

This section of the Geopark is spectacular.

Open exposed ocean means it is for experienced sea kayakers only. Towering cliffs of columner tuft, sea caves, sea arches and tunnels that pass completely through the islands.
Scattered around the coast are deep indentations providing beautiful white sandy beaches on which to camp and rest.
Stunning and exciting paddling!

UNESCO Geopark
Double Haven - 4 days

Every 1st & 3rd Tuesday of the month

dpts 10 am - rtns 5 pm

HKD 4,800

APRIL - NOVEMBER

4 days exploring the northen most section of the UNESCO Global Geopark takes us into the beautiful and sheltered Double Haven, a tranquil lagoon surrounded by a ring of untouched & deserted islands. 

This is also protected as an area of special scientific interest by the Hong Kong government because of its unique marine environment and untouched surrounded country park.

UNESCO Geopark
Sai Kung East Country Park
5 days

Departs every 2nd Monday of the month

10 am - 5 pm

HKD 6,000

APRIL - OCTOBER

This section of the Geopark is spectacular.

Open exposed ocean means it is for experienced sea kayakers only. Towering cliffs of columner tuft, sea caves, sea arches and tunnels that pass completely through the islands.
Scattered around the coast are deep indentations providing beautiful white sandy beaches on which to camp and rest.
Stunning and exciting paddling!

ENTIRE UNESCO Geopark
Expedition
9 days

Departs every 2nd Sunday of the month

10 am - returns 5 pm

HKD 11,000

APRIL - OCTOBER

Put simply, a UNESCO Global Geopark is an area recognised as being of globally significant and unique geological features that should be showcased and protected.

The Hong Kong UNESCO Global Geopark is made up of 8 such areas all encompassed within the one Geopark.
This seakayak expedition visits 7 of the 8 areas. An amazing and challenging journey!