A six-hour trip to Lamma Island. The third largest island of Hong Kong after Lantau and Hong Kong Island, it is home to barely 8,000 people. Main villages are Sok Kwu Wan in the south-east, and Yung Shue Wan in the north-west. A tour of this island includes a walk from Sok Kwu Wan to Yung Shue Wan, passing through small villages and sporting great views.
Main sights include the kamikaze caves, beaches and rustic old villages.
For the more adventurous travellers we can climb Ling Kok Shan and visit some old Japanese-built wartime tunnels, that are now very well hidden in the countryside (in this case the tour will be longer).
Many departure times possible, also afternoon departures are an option. Please contact me for details. There is a lot to see on this island, and tours can be expanded.
Price includes guide fee.
Extra cost: taxi your hotel to ferry pier and back, lunch, ferry tickets (about HKD 80 per person).
Attractions Visited in This Tour
- Ling Kok Shan, Lamma Island
- Sok Kwu Wan
- Tin Hau Temple, Sok Kwu Wan
- Kamikaze Grottoes
- Yung Shue Wan
- Hung Shing Yeh beach, Lamma Island
- Lamma Winds
- Lamma Island