Hong Kong’s modern cityscape belies its wealth of natural green resources. Located in the northeast New Territories to the Sai Kung area, Hong Kong UNESCO Global Geopark is home to world-class rock formations and other interesting geological features, as well as unique cultural heritage and rich ecological resources. Most of the geosites are in close proximity to the city, so visitors can reach them easily.
Land routes of different attractions, length and difficulty are designed to meet the needs of different visitors, whether for leisure walk or expedition, for enjoying stunning view of rock colunmns or exploring local cultures.
It presents magnificent view of giant columnar rocks. This is the best location to observe Hong Kong's world class hexagonal rock columns at close range.More
Sharp Island lies on the margin of the ancient Sai Kung caldera. It is the perfect place to learn about igneous rocks. You can have wonderful experience of being surrounded by the sea while crossing the tombolo.More
It encircles the traditional Hakka village of Lai Chi Wo set along the Lai Chi Wo coast, and through Lai Chi Wo Village and its Fung Shui woodland. It is a pleasant walk for the whole family.More
A relaxing walk to explore the cultural heritages of Kat O fishing village and to taste some local Hakka dishes. Enjoy the panorama of Mirs Bay and nearby islands.More
The route features sedimentary rock formations of about 280 million years old, as well as various other interesting geological features, including faults, folds, quartz veins, differential weathering and wave-cut platforms.More
Have a walk on the "thousand layers cake" island consisted of sedimentary rock strata. Kan Lau Shek and Lung Lok Shui are magnificent geological landforms that worth your selfie!More
A little island shape like a lying duck. It is eye-catching in Double Haven with its red breccia. Ap Chau fishing community is the only Protestantism village in Hong Kong.More
The route showcases rare volcanic sedimentary rocks and a wide variety of sedimentary structures, such as rhythmic bedding, graded bedding, convolute structure and slump structures.More
Visitors can enjoy views of the various geosites by staying comfortably on board. In fact, boat tours without allowing visitors onshore help to minimise human impact on sensitive geosites and ensure visitor safety at the same time. A geopark guide system is setup to ensure tour operators and geopark guides to deliver quality geopark visitors services and standards.