Exploring Hong Kong & Eco Fitness
Bamboo Yoga offers Aerial Yoga workshops. Take your practice from the studio to the beach. Learn to fly over the ocean with our bamboo tripods. Total beginners are welcome.
No experienced required. Look out for the upcoming workshops.
Adventure Tours organizes a range of nature-based scheduled group activities including country park visits, ecotours, cultural/historical walks, boat trips, nature hikes and more. Check website for schedule and bookings.
Michael Hansen is an experienced Hong Kong tour guide who provides biking, hiking and photography tours all over Hong Kong, from city sights to natural trails. His tours vary in difficulty/fitness level so there are options for all. He also provides cultural and historical tours in his urban tours series. Hansen offers regular tours for individual participants and also works with corporates to organize bespoke tours.
The Hong Kong Explorers Initiative is a project with the aim to encourage people to explore Hong Kong's wilderness by crowdsourcing an online database of Hong Kong's plants, insects and animals, with a special focus on those unique to Hong Kong. HKEI organizes expeditions such as birdwatching, farm visits, nature reserve day trips and kayaking. The project is funded and supported by the National Geographic Society.
Hong Kong Dolphin Watch organizes environmental watch tours for people to see Hong Kong's wild pink dolphins (also known as Indo-Pacific humpback) off of Tai O in Lantau. They are not a registered charity but they make large donations towards marine life conservation and to the HK Dolphin Conservation Society.
Hong Kong Wetland Park is a conservation, education and tourism natural park in Yuen Long. It is dedicated to conservation of Hong Kong's natural wildlife and plantlife. Great for family day trips with the kids and for tourists.
Kembali offers Nature and Forest Therapy walks, also known as the Japanese practice of Shinrin Yoku, Forest Bathing. Experience Hong Kong's nature in a whole new way. Connect to yourself, others, and nature. Kembali also offers Permaculture based life coaching, & social emotional learning through a framework inspired by nature. Programmes can be customised for children & youth, corporates, families and individuals in Hong Kong.
Lake Egret Nature Park is located in Tai Po Kau Village and features 23 acres of woodlands and wildlife, much of which is undeveloped. It is walking distance to the Tai Po Kau Nature Reserve. The Park features the Museum of Ethnology, the Little Egret Restaurant, a BBQ Garden, as well as hosting a variety of activities and programs. Lake Egret Nature Park is available to host parties, meetings and events.