Private Tours with Walk Hong Kong Private tours with Walk Hong Kong are easily arranged. All our advertised walking and hiking tours can be booked as private outings, or take advantage of our extensive knowledge of Hong Kong and let us create a personalised private tour for you. Check out some of our suggestions below or feel free to provide any of your own.
Half day tours HK$2,200 Full day tours HK$3,300 - up to eight persons per group
We meet you at your hotel pre the tour, discuss the plans, and then show off Hong Kong, be it hiking the trails or walking the back streets.
Stop-over in Hong Kong? The airport is right next to great hiking trails for all levels of hiking experience. We will create the perfect hike for you depending on time available and level required.
Move your body in between flights and get to see the best outdoor attractions of Hong Kong. Visit an old fishing village along the way. Approach Hong Kong's big Buddha on foot, away from the crowds. Get to see the green side of Hong Kong; hike the mountains and walk the beaches of Hong Kong's biggest Island.
Pat Sin Leng Range Pat Sin Leng Country Park
Stroll along the fabulous Pat Sin Leng range, named for the eight fairies or immortals of Chinese mythology. The Fairies are actually outcrops of hard volcanic rock that have formed a bumpy and spectacular ridge, so there’s a bit of up and down involved on this walk. On a clear day you can take in the wonderful views across Plover Cove Reservoir and Tolo Channel back towards Ma On Shan and northwards to China.
Full day strenuous hike, we take our own lunch on this hike
Bamboo Forest and Water Pools
Pat Sin Leng Country Park
A full hiking day in the north of Hong Kong territory with rewarding views over the hills of rural Hong Kong. The morning part of the hike takes us into forest along an old stone path, which was built when the villages in the area where still inhabited. We will enjoy our picnic lunch at a pavillion in a peacefull setting overlooking the bay. The afternoon section takes us up through a valley with amazing waterfalls. Jump in and enjoy the refreshing waters in one of the pools. After more uphill, the gentle landscape of a plateau greets and astonishes with its own beauty. If you are an experienced hiker, at ease with the elements, this is for you.
Full day strenuous hike, we take our own lunch on this hike.
Named after Hong Kong's governor in the 70s - Murry MacLehose - the Maclehose Trail is the longest of several walking routes criss-crossing the New Territories. Running east to the west, it is divided into 10 stages and has a total distance of 100km. Each stage has its own charm, ease and challenges. The trail begins by following the Sai Kung peninsula, taking us through the deserted beaches and then on to join the hills as we walk along the ridge line of Kowloon's eight peaks (with the addition of the emperor himself, the peninsula boasted nine dragons – in Cantonese, ‘Gau Lung’, which was later corrupted to 'Kowloon').