Hoi Ha Marine Park is one of four marine parks in Hong Kong. This sheltered bay is famed for its clear waters, and is home to some large coral colonies.
The place is perfect for snorkelling, as the waters are always calm and there is a lot to see. Sea urchins, sea cucumbers, crabs, colourful fish, lobsters, and even sea horses have been seen here.
The main colony is some 20 minutes kayaking away from the shore. Here we can tie the kayaks to one of the many mooring buoys, slide into the water, and enjoy the wondrous underwater world.
All snorkelling equipment and kayaks are included. There are simple showers and changing rooms available at the beach.
I am a Dutch national living in Hong Kong for over a decade. I have much experience roaming the great outdoors, and know many of the best places first hand. The more I walk around the countryside, the more I am hooked to the beauty, and the more little gems I uncover. I hope to share this experience with foreign visitors, giving them a much broader and deeper experience of Hong Kong. Over the past decade I have been hiking around the countryside almost every weekend and holiday. There are few places that I have not visited at least once, many routes are familiar to me. Being involved in the local hiking and geocaching community has also given me a lot of in depth background information on what is out there, including details about local history, folklore and geology. Full profile ⋅ Leave a Review
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