Lantau Gorge Walking Tour
If you are interested in some great Walking Tours in Hong Kong, try taking Lantau Gorge Walking Tour
The average duration for Lantau Gorge Walking Tour is 6 hours and cost $600 HKD (Hong Kong Dollars)
The overall rating of Lantau Gorge Walking Tour is stars.
Hidden away within the depths of Lantau Island is the Yellow Dragon Gorge; a secluded oasis, away from all the hustle and bustle. Boulder by boulder, one ventures upstream into a vertical landscape.
Hidden away within the depths of Lantau Island is the Yellow Dragon Gorge; a secluded oasis, away from all the hustle and bustle. Boulder by boulder, one ventures upstream into a vertical landscape. Surrounded by cliffs and waterfalls, you would not believe you’re in Hong Kong!
If you have a layover day to kill in Hong Kong, this tour could be ideal as we start and finish beside the airport. Let us know and we can be flexible with timings.
This an all year round hike and can be enjoyed in almost any weather conditions. Summertime can be great; build up a sweat before cooling off in the numerous natural pools.
This walking tour’s difficulty level is generally moderate. There is a technical element to this hike as it involves some stepping from stone to stone and skirting around waterfalls. An element of agility is necessary. For those who really enjoy their hiking, there are numerous routes we can show you on Lantau Island. Nearby Sunset Peak and Lantau Peak are among the finest mountains in Hong Kong to ascend; reigning supreme over the isle, they offer incredible views.
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