Kayak UNESCO

Our next favourite half-day trip. First, we will show you a natural sandy levee at Pak Sha Chau not seen on the official government maps but unavoidable and almost blinding to the naked eye. Then, we kayak to Kiu Tsui at Sharp Island where the UNESCO title says its all: a different, completely natural rock levee made from volcanic activity thousands of years ago. It is all right there for your exploration: practice “walking on water” as you wade across the big island to the small island! Don’t forget to take the chance to do some snorkelling among these pristine waters. All the while, keep track of how many underwater “pineapple buns” you can find!

Bonus: we will show you the best kept secret thereabouts — a secret man-made pool!

Approximate timeline* as below:

0900 Meet up, tutorial & safety de-brief
0930 Get in & launch!
1000 Reach Pak Sha Chau, selfie time!
1015 Head to Kiu Tsui @ Sharp Island
1030 Reach Kiu Tsui, take a break…
1045 Explore UNESCO land bridge
1115 Snorkel around the beach, look for striped fish!
1200 Head out to find the secret pool
1230+ Reach Ah Kung Wan

Pick a time to start your trip @HKD 550/each. Total kayaking: 5 – 6 km. Min # of 4 persons. Our guides will actively manage the group and destinations for a fun ~4hrs worth of fun after meetup!

“But… we don’t want the other tours.
We want you guys!”

Kayak Tours

Our base: Ah Kung Wan

From Sai Kung town, whichever transport you use, look for “Tai Mong Tsai“. You can come via:

Green Taxi Green Minibus Kowloon Bus
HKD~50 #7, #9 #94, #96R

Feel the difference kayaking with our premium FeelFree double-seater kayaks… Kayaks are available 9:00 AM to be returned by 5:00 PM at the latest. Trips includes lifejackets & paddles of course! Showers and lockers are not available but simple fresh water rinsing and pop-up changing tents are readily available.

Our premium FeelFree kayaks are double-seaters only. Please be gentle with our equipment. If not, please understand that a damage penalty may apply.

 

Please come with appropriate gear such as: water shoes, waterproof drybag, hat/cap with sides, waterproof phone pouch, at least 1.5 literes of water, long sleeve shirt, long pants/leggings, sunglasses, sunscreen, insect repellent, change for after the trip and most important of all, cash for spending on the islands! If you have any more questions, check out our FAQ page.

Or… check out our other suggested tour trips below!

Kayak Round Sharp

Kayak Culture

Kayak Basalt 2 Bluff

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