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Sharp Island coasteering

An easily accessible cute little island in Saikung. A tombolo, little hiking and a short coasteering route good for beginners in a calm day.

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Big Wave-ShekO coasteering

Surprising landscapes close to main, crowded beaches in Hong Kong island. Coasteering under the golf club.

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Dai Sek stream (大石石澗)

Imagine Ng Tung Chai but steeper, with no “civilized” paths or people and more waterfalls. That’s Dai Sek. Quite dangerous though.

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Lam Tei – Hung Shui Hang

Good initiation stream hike. Gentle slope, tons of easy exits upwards, incremental difficulty, pristine water, some nice waterfalls.

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Lower Shing Mun

Lower Shing Mun reservoir provides a nice short stream and adventure hike. It can be added to a day of tunnels or others above.

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Tsing Tam stream

Tsing Tam stream (清潭石澗) is an infrequently hiked & relatively wide jungle stream with several nice pools and waterfalls.

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Basalt island coasteering

Next to Bluff island you can find another premium coasteering spot whose highlight is a 30 metres arch to swim through.

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Cape D’Aguilar coasteering

Spectacular coasteering in the South East of Hong Kong island. Nice rock formations, caves, some history and an impressive waterfall plunging into the sea.

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Bluff island coasteering 1

Bluff island is a good spot for anchoring a “boat party”. A nice beach, water, corals and a fun short coasteering.

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