Age:     13 – 15

Price: HKD 6,300

Duration: 5 Days, 4 Nights

December 2023: 


Signup Deadline: 

13th December 2023

Meeting Location: Central Pier No. 9

Drop off: 8:30am

Pick up: 5:00pm 

Max Group Size: 24 participants

This winter break, join an experience that will test your limits and push you out of your comfort zone. Setting up camp, cooking meals, and navigating through the woods will necessitate resourcefulness, adaptability, and problem-solving abilities. We will be living in a tent, which will remind us of the fundamental needs of life and teach us to appreciate the beauty of nature. The memories formed around the campfire, sharing stories and laughter with new friends, become treasured moments that strengthen relationships and form long-lasting friendships. We are looking forward to having you join us at camp!


“Challenges are what make life interesting, and overcoming them is what makes life meaningful.”

– Joshua J. Marine



Day 1

Meet the team and take the bus to Sai Kung to begin the adventure. We’ll set up camp on a beach, make dinner, and spend the night together beneath the stars.

Day 2

Early morning rise and shine as we are hiking up Sharp Peak for a breathtaking 360-degree panoramic view of the countryside. We’ll have lunch along the trail as we head back down to our campsite. We’ll have some team activities and enjoy a nice, warm bonfire.

Day 3

Rise and shine! We’ll prepare breakfast together and enjoy the calm morning together. We’ll pack up our things and head to our next campsite. You’ll be camping out on grassy land this night. You’ll build upon the campcraft skills we learned the past two nights.


Day 4

Today you’ll hop on a speed boat and head out to our next campsite by the seaside. Our main activity for the day will be abseiling, where we’ll repel down a rock face in the jungle. Tonight will be out last night, so we’ll be having a special dinner awaiting you.

Day 5

To commemorate our camp journey, you will head for fun kayaking day. This will be our main activity for the day, and we’ll eat lunch together before continuing on our activity. We’ll end camp with our annual ceremony before returning to Central Piers.

You will receive an official packing list once you’ve registered online for the camp.


  • Day Back Pack 17-20 Liters
  • Sunscreen
  • Insect repellant
  • Sunglasses (optional)
  • Medication and sanitary items


  • Fast Dry breathable T-Shirt and Shorts (pants if you want)
  • Rain Jacket (we will continue the activities even if it’s raining!)
  • Hat

WHAT TO PACK FOR WATER SPORTS DAYS? (i.e., beach days, kayaking, Gorge trekking):

  • Dry bag
  • Rashguard
  • Swim shorts/pants
  • Towel (lightweight microfiber) 
  • Water Shoes – Closed toe shoes


  • 1 Liter Water Bottle (filled up prior to attending camp)
  • Healthy Snacks – sustained energy, nut free
  • I.e. Bars and Fruits
  • Lunch – no hot foods like soup.
  • I.e. Sandwiches or Sushi rolls

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Asia Pacific Adventure boasts over two decades of leadership in outdoor education, skills training, adventure sport event management, and technical consulting across Asia. Our reputation for managing programs and events with an unwavering commitment to safety and professionalism is unparalleled. As pioneers in risk and safety management, we’ve extensively collaborated with numerous schools and organizations, setting benchmarks through our standards, protocols, and best practices.

The members of APA’s management staff and delivery team hold diverse qualifications from internationally recognized governing bodies, including the British Canoeing and Mountain Leader Training Board (MLTB), the New Zealand Outdoor Instructor Association (NZOIA), and the US-based Wilderness Medical Associates (WMA).

In all Camp APA programs, safety is our FIRST and foremost priority!

Contact Details

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Whatsapp: (852) 55098548

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