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Paddlesports Camp

Age:  13 – 15

Price: HKD 6,680

Duration: 5 Days 2 Nights

Meeting Location: Central Pier No. 9

Drop off: 8:30am

Pick up: 5:00pm

Accommodation: Pak Sha O – YHA Youth Hostel (1 night only); Lai Chi Chong – Caritas Siu Tong Youth Hostel (1 night only)

Accommodation Type: Hostel Dormitories with air-conditioning (4 persons per room)



11 – 15 July


8 – 12 August

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There is magic in the feel of a paddle and the movement of a canoe, a magic compounded of distance, adventure, solitude and peace.

Sigurd F. Olson

Navigator Camps are designed for the age group to improve their technical and soft skills as they progress through the week. They will navigate through different areas of Hong Kong using water as a medium. Giant SUP, Kayak and Stand Up Paddleboard will be our way to venture into the waters while developing paddling skills. Teamwork, leadership, resilience, and risk-taking are some of the aspects they will build on throughout the week.

Itinerary (Navigator Paddlesports Camp)

Day 1 

Teams will depart for Lamma Island on a ferry from Central Pier. After arriving on Lamma, participants will engage in a series of team building challenges developed to promote their social skills as well as getting to know their new teammates. Teams will then be introduced to a variety of paddlesports including various boats and crafts such as sit-inside kayaks, open canoes and stand up paddleboards. Participants will also learn about key safety and rescue skills for paddlers to stay safe on the water. Participants will return to Central Pier for pickup at the end of the day.

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Day 2

Teams will head to Sai Kung for a day of developing kayak skills. Participants will learn to paddle in double sit-on-top kayaks and learn advanced paddling techniques before heading off on a journey around spectacular bays of Sai Kung. At the end of the day participants will get a chance to cool off with some jetty jumps into the ocean refreshing water. Participants will return to Central Pier for pickup at the end of the day.

Day 3 

Teams will arrive at Pak Sha O, Sai Kung which will be the accommodation for their first overnight stay. The group will then take a short walk to Hoi Ha Wan where they will spend the day exploring the marine park on stand up paddleboards. After developing their SUP skills, participants will paddle out with their snorkeling equipment to discover underwater marine life in Hoi Ha Wan. In the afternoon, the group will return to their accommodation for showers. Participants will then help with dinner preparations before an evening activity and settling into dorms.

Day 4 

After packing up their gear, teams will prepare for a full day kayaking expedition to their next overnight accommodation. The group will paddle from Hoi Ha Wan into the Tolo Channel to Lai Chi Chong. Along the way, they will learn to navigate on a sea kayaking journey and work together to ensure the team arrives safely. Upon arriving at their next accommodation, participants will shower change and help with dinner preparations before settling into dorms.

Day 5 

On the final day, participants will pack up their gear and finish the final return journey back to Hoi Ha Wan. After returning to Hoi Ha Wan, teams will compete in some final beach challenges to test their resilience, resourcefulness and leadership skills developed throughout the week.