Squid fishing season has begun! Grab the kiddos, pack your wine, and prepare to enjoy one of Hong Kong’s favorite evening pastimes during summer. The season of squid fishing goes from the end of April to early September. Harvesting is easy during this period and it peaks after the Dragon Boat Festival right towards the beginning of September because the squid has grown up during this period.
Squid Fishing Season In Hong Kong: April (end) – September
This affordable and convenient squid fishing tour is perfect for first-timers looking to try squid fishing! For HK$290 per person, families will travel along the Victoria Harbour and learn how to catch squid on the cruise. The crew will then cook up the caught squid for all to enjoy. This is a night adventure and takes a total of 4-hours (7pm-11pm).
Harbour Squid Tour, Central Harbour, Hong Kong, Book Up!
Jubilee and their lovely team will pick you up and your squishing crew of up to 30 friends from your harbor of choice (TST, Central, Kowloon City, Kwun Tung, or Shau Kei Wan) and then ride for a nighttime squid fishing extravaganza! Join in the fun with kids in catching the slippery little guys (lots of laughs guaranteed here) amidst a sea of very bright lights or sit back and enjoy the ride (fishing is not required). The friendly Jubilee team will cook your catch on board straight away. No worries if fishing is not your forte – you won’t go hungry with the full buffet served on board.
Time: 7pm - 11pm
Price: From Sunday to Thursday - Adult HK$219; Child (under 10) HK$209. Saturdays & Public Holidays - Adult HK$239; Child HK$229 (under 10). Buffet included. It's BYOB, so bring your drink of choice.
Contact: +852 3555 5555, jubilee.com.hk/travel/info/squidtour
A nighttime adventure the whole crew will love!
Squid fishing is only available at night (7pm - 11pm), so it’s more suitable for older kids and adults.
It's BYOB, so bring your drink of choice.
OTHER SQUID FISHING IN HONG KONG:
Tail Chasers - www.hongkongfishing.com
Sea E O Fishing - www.sea-e-o.hk
Holimood - www.en.yacht.holimood.com
Fat Tat Hong - www.fth.com.hk
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