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Adventurer Winter Day Camp
(5 days)

Age:     10 – 12

Price: HKD 5,250

Duration:   5 days

Meeting Location: Central Pier No. 8

Drop off: 8:30am

Pick up: 5:00pm 

Dates: 19 Dec – 23 Dec 2022

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“The greatest adventure is what lies ahead.”

– JRR Tolkien

Our focus is on strengthening participants’ sense of adventure and enjoying the great outdoors of Hong Kong. As participants progress through different outdoor activities, they would build self-awareness, self-confidence and improve their social skills.

The exact order of activity days and locations may vary for each individual camp and registered participants should refer to the itinerary in their Information Pack for the most accurate itinerary.

 

Itinerary (Adventurer Winter Day Camp 5 days)


Hau Tong Kai – Gorge Walk

Participants will head to Hau Tong Kai in Sai Kung country park. They will put on helmets and learn techniques for a gorge walk. Working together as a team, they will scramble on rocky terrain, clambering over big boulders. The gorge has very distinctive sections, starting with a steep section with large boulders before opening up into a flat section with beautiful views of rolling hills. They will discover the unique flora and fauna that reside within this remote and fragile ecosystem.

Kau Keng – Rock Climbing & Kau Keng Hike

Participants will head to Kau Keng in the northwest New Territories for an exciting day of hiking and rock climbing. Upon arrival, they will receive a thorough introduction to rock climbing and learn how to safely make their way up rock faces. They will go on an adventurous hike on Kau Keng mountain, with sweeping views of the sea above Gold Coast as well as the rolling hills and boulder fields of Tai Lam country Park.

Chung Hom Kok – Abseiling & Tyrolean

Participants will head to Chung Hom Kok near Stanley.
When they get to the site, participants will receive a thorough introduction to abseiling, and will experience how to safely descend down steep rock faces. They will challenge themselves with the Tyrolean Traverse, where participants will traverse between two cliffs.

Po Toi – Hike, Scramble & Rock Discovery

Participants will take a ferry to the island of Po Toi, south from Stanley. They will hike and scramble on wild trails, with sweeping views of the south side of Hong Kong Island and the South China Sea. The island, which is home to a small fishing village, is famous for its strangely shaped rock formations. The trees growing among the ruins of abandoned villages are a magnet for migratory birds.

Clearwater Bay – Coasteering & Kite Flying

Participants will head to Clearwater Bay, featuring fine sandy beaches and towering cliffs.
Coasteering is a great way to explore a stretch of rugged coastline. Participants put on helmets and use their hands and feet to scramble on rocks and boulders, staying close to the sea. Participants will also reconnect with the ancient art of kite flying and get a better understanding of how to harness the power of the wind.