Every now and again, it’s good for your soul to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city limits and breathe in some fresh air. Head to the island of Sai Kung and enjoy a kayaking and camping combo weekend escape. Kayak to 140-million-year-old volcanic rocks, learn to live in the wild, cook sukiyaki over an open fire, and live under the stars. Spend time with your family and friends and appreciate the magic of nature.
You’ll be provided all of the basic survival tools for a weekend outdoors, including a tent, cooking mess kit, personal floatation device, and two two-hour instructor-led experiences. Once on Sau Kung island, you can choose from kayaking, mountaineering, and tree climbing instruction with your instructor, followed by a much-needed Japanese BBQ dinner. The following morning, cook your own camp-side breakfast before taking part in more adventure activities. A filling lunch is provided before you head back home. The itinerary is flexible due to being in nature and the weather.