Top 15 Adventure And Outdoor Activity Tours In Hong Kong

Family-Friendly Thrill Seeking Outings In Hong Kong

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Catch the rush, kiddos! If adventure is what you want, Hong Kong has plenty of it! In this guide, Little Steps shares with you our favorite thrill-seekers spots and operators for the daredevils of Hong Kong! These thrillers and chillers guarantee a good time! From deepsea fishing in Sai Kung or island hopping in a Zoom boat to wakeboarding, driving cars, and camping in a teepee tent…

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  • WILD HONG KONG: All Over Hong Kong

    Wild Hong Kong offers hiking, cycling and kayaking adventures around various parts of rural Hong Kong, exploring individual or multiple environments. Both half and full-day routes are available, and they can also work with you on a customized package to create an adventure to suit your needs. Their aim is to lead the way on these trips and show you a different side of Hong Kong, including its many hidden gems. Wild Hong Kong will take you on an adventure to remember!


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    ZOOM RIBS: Southside

    Want to see a completely different side of Hong Kong while whizzing along the coastline? Zoom Ribs has got you covered. Speed along the Southside, Tung Lung Chau, or Poi Toi Islands on a Zoom boat that is used around the world by Special Forces, Police, and Rescue services, because they are impeccably safe. There are four plans available ranging in longevity, price, and unique sights. Click here for more information.


    Zoom Ribs, Shum Wan Road, Aberdeen, Hong Kong, +852 9144 2259,

  • MX CLUB: Yuen Long

    Hong Kong may be one of the least bike-friendly cities globally, but it sure has its lovers of mountain and dirt biking enthusiasts. The Hong Kong Motorcross Racing Club hosts motor cross-training, ATV classes and has a mountain bike track on its extensive outdoor grounds – and it’s a great place to have junior’s next birthday party. Plus, they organize outings further afield in China.


    Hong Kong Motorcross Racing Club, Sheung Shui, Fan Kam Road, Tong Keung Leung Village, Hong Kong, +852 9711-8003 (Angus),

  • SCUBA DIVING: Sai Kung

    You don’t need to board a plane to go scuba diving. Bring your water babies along to a PADI-certified scuba diving school right here in Hong Kong. Splash Hong Kong offers myriad course choices, including a certified program for children under 16 in various levels. Not only will this course lead to lasting skills and provide a gateway for your kids to learn about underwater life, but it will make family holidays in tropical destinations lots more fun!


    Splash Hong Kong, Unit 5, 1/F Ko Fu House, 58-72 Fuk Man Road, Sai Kung, Hong Kong, +852 2792 4495,

  • AVIATION CLUB: Kowloon City

    If your teen is fascinated by aviation, consider signing up with Hong Kong's Aviation Club. Membership is open to anyone age 14 or above. Once members, you will be encouraged to develop your aviation knowledge and piloting skills through flight training, seminars, aviation activities, and other social activities. Click here for more information on their membership options.


    Hong Kong Aviation Club, 31 Sung Wong Toi Road, Kowloon City, Hong Kong, +852 2713 5171,

  • CAMPING IN A TEEPEE: Cheung Chau Island

    Go camping or glamping and enjoy a range of fun outdoor adventures in a stunning setting. On the island of Cheung Chau lies Sai Yuen Farm, the project from the people behind Palm Beach on Lantau, who have moved their teepee and safari camp to the neighboring island. This stunning landscaped space covers more than 400,000 square feet and features various camping options, from teepees and safari bush campers to eco-living domes, cocoon trees, and yurts.


    Sai Yuen Farm, 4 Tsan Tuen Road, Cheung Chau, New Territories, Hong Kong, +852 2981 1010,


    Mahi's, swordfish, and barracudas can be found in Hong Kong – really. Deep sea fishing is indeed alive and well and one of the best-kept secrets in town. Tailchasers – a registered member of Hong Kong’s sports fishing, offers escorted fishing trips out into the open waters, ideal for a captain and skippers on board. You can even tie in the excursion with a picnic in Tai Long Wan if you want to grill up some of the daily catch.


    Tailchasers, 20 Shum Wan Road, Wing Chung Hang, Hong Kong, +852 9122 0695,

  • Canyoning In Hong Kong

    CANYONING: New Territories

    Canyoning is a fantastic opportunity for you and your family to immerse yourselves in Hong Kong's many incredible waterfalls and streams. Canyoning is most definitely for the fainthearted as you will going through obstacles that can be rather challenging but in a fun way! It's perfect for kids aged 14+ and Hong Kong Rock Climbing Adventure offers canyoning tours where you will do an array of adrenaline-pumping activities such as zip-lining, rock climbing, waterfall jumping and sliding!


    Hong Kong Rock Climbing Adventure, +852 5405 4960,

  • Ryze Trampoline Park in Hong Kong


    Ryze Trampoline Park and Verm City are 2 of Hong Kong's hottest indoor activity venues! They are located in the same building and offer activities for kids from tots to teens, making it an excellent choice for the whole family. Also, Ryze has Extreme Air Sports for the older kids where you participate in fun activities such as the Ninja Obstacle Course, Foam Pits, Open Jump, and many more! Perfect to get your adrenaline rushing.


    Ryze Trampoline Park,  Ryze Ultimate Trampoline Park, 3/F, 321 Java Road, North Point, Hong Kong, +852 8191 6817,,

    Verm City Climbing Club, 4/F Kodak House 1, 321 Java Street, Quarry Bay, Hong Kong, +852 2560 8128,


    Does your little one love oceanic adventures just as much as you do? Take your kiddo wakeboarding! There are several packages and lessons to choose from; whether you want to go wakeboarding or a more gentle family boating, there is something for everyone! Kids as young as 5 can try, as long as they are comfortable in the water and are brave enough to get on a wakeboard with dad or mom.


    Wakeboard Hong Kong, 101 Tai Tuk Village, Tai Tam, Hong Kong, +852 9454 5772,

  • Indoor Skiing At Ski Tech In Hong Kong

    INDOOR SKIING: Wong Chuk Hang

    It’s not easy to enjoy a skiing or snowboarding experience outside the snow-covered hills of the world’s ski resorts. Ski Tech in Hong Kong provides just that opportunity. SkyTech Virtual Reality (also used for training by the US Olympic team) allows you to learn snowboarding and skiing safely indoors, ensuring you are well prepared for your next winter adventure. Strap on the ski boots, pick your ski destination (you will be in front of a large screen) and start your turns down the VR mountain, all with the help of expert instructors.


    Ski Tech, Room 922-923, One Island South, 2 Heung Yip Road, Wong Chuk Hang, +852 2177 008,

  • KITEBOARDING: Cheung Chau Island

    Great for families who want the thrill of flying up in the air and gliding on the waves, Kiteboarding can be just what you’re looking for! The Kiteboarding Association of Hong Kong (China) offers three-day beginner classes that go through safety and familiarize you and your mini daredevils with the right equipment before taking you out on the open waters. Participants will need to be strong swimmers and mature enough to handle strong, breaking waves, though life-jackets are available.


    The Kiteboarding Association of Hong Kong (China)

  • ADVENTURE TOURS: All Over Hong Kong

    Love hiking? Looking for new trails, try Adventure Tours, where you can either go on a group hiking tour or a scheduled private tour. You and your kiddo (recommended 13+ and an experienced hiker) will visit old Hakka villages, swim by waterfalls, walk through a sea arch, enjoy the stunning sights from the highest peaks and learn about Hong Kong's unique geology. An adventure that you won't soon forget!


    Adventure Tours, +852 6053 6076,

  • Surfing Hong Kong - Lessons, Camps, Where To Go

    SURFING: Various Beaches In Hong Kong

    Surf’s up in many of Hong Kong’s beaches, and while the waves may be mild, it’s the perfect place for your little ones to learn the sport. Hit the waves with your little surfer dudes and dudettes! Good spots for surfing are Big Wave Bay, Shek O Beach, Tai Long Wan, or Lantau Beac; many of these spots rent out surfboards and suits for a reasonable price.


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  • ULTIMATE FRISBEE: Hong Kong Island

    HKUPA has been organizing regular Ultimate Frisbee tournaments in the city for over two decades. They have regular meet-ups across town with the most popular spots being Tai Hang Tung and Sun Yat Sen Memorial Park in Sheung Wan. You and your tykes should practice a bit before playing with these fierce competitors – once you’ve mastered all the skills of a “thrower” and a “marker”, sign-up to become a member and get into the fun.


    HKUPA, 27/F, Sunshine Plaza, 353 Lockhart Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, +852 2838 1955,,

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