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Lions Nature Education Park and walk to Trio Beach
Visit to Lions Nature Park and walk to Trio Beach
Date: Saturday 5th November 2022
Meeting and Time: 9.30 am Pier 9, Central Piers, Hong Kong or 10 a.m Outside Exit D, Kowloon Tong Station
Do give yourself enough time to get there! Don’t be late, the bus won’t wait!
Return: Kaito Ferry from the beach to Hebe Haven. Return home by bus leaving Hebe Haven 4.45pm.
Transport: Private bus to Lions Park entrance road, public Kaito to Hebe Haven pier, Private bus return to Hong Kong piers via Kowloon Tong,
Description: Travel by 28-seater private bus to Lion’s park entrance. Spend time in the park visiting the exhibition halls and planted areas. (About one hour) Exit and commence walk to Trio beach (Optional extension to rocky headland). Leave beach by ferry – leaves every half hour $20 CASH to Pak Sha Wan (Hebe Haven) Ferry Pier. Return by private bus.
Route: Hiram’s Highway – Lion’s Park – Return to entrance – (Rocky Headland) – Trio Beach – Ferry – Hebe Haven
Bring: Plenty of water [1 litre recommended] Swimming gear
Rain-proof wear or an umbrella
Good comfortable walking shoes Walking stick if desired
Basic first aid items – just in case
Change $20 for ferry
Cost: Members $100 Guests $120
Booking: E-mail Maureen on Maureen932@gmail.com or
What’s App 6128 1366 together with photo of your ATM pay-in receipt. Please write your name and phone number on the receipt before taking the photo.
Cancellations Please note: no refunds, unless there is a waiting list
Disclaimer: By taking part in this activity, you agree to participate at your own risk and not to claim against The Hong Kong Natural History Society or its officers for any damage, injury or loss that may occur in connection with this activity.
The Shell House displays shell species found in Hong Kong, with descriptions of classification, characteristics, habitat and distribution, etc. There also videos about the lime kiln industry, tree snails and corals in Hong Kong. The museum aims to increase awareness and promote conservation of sea life in Hong Kong. Note::
Species shown include: scallops, thorny oysters, nautilus, volutes, cowries, mitres, and murex shells and their relatives. Tree snails from around the world, corals found in Hong Kong and shellfish found in the seafood market are also on display in the Shell House.
Paved road to the Lions Park which is quite near to the road. Paved paths in the park. Trail to the beach is paved for the first section, then dirt track. Generally easy hike on well maintained trail. Some easy ascents/ descents on route to the beach.
You can decide to visit the rocky headland before enjoying the beach. Part of this trail is a little more difficult, but not too bad! Good views of Sai Kung Country Park
Trio Beach is a lovely fairly remote beach served by a small ferry. The beach has soft, gently sloping sand. The water is clean and there are changing and toilet facilities. So, bring your swimming gear if you would like a dip! There is a kiosk for drinks, but not always stocked – so do bring enough to drink. Bring some snacks as no food available