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Surf Camp FAQs

WE LOVE A CLEAN BEACH

Your child’s safety is our number one priority. We take a proactive approach to ensure our beach is clean and safe for your children. Each morning before the campers arrive, our beach patrol team conducts a thorough clean of the area where surf camps are held. All of our programmes include activities to educate young people about the importance of recycling and keeping our environment clean.

IN CASE OF TYPHOON

At 7:00am on a day with uncertain weather, or if a T1 is hoisted, it might be hard to reach us by phone to find out camp is on. We might not be in the office, but instead outside assessing conditions — or the line might be busy with other parents calling with the same questions. If you have any questions about the weather, you can always find the latest updates Facebook feed on the home page of the website.

Basics: Getting There and Procedures

Campers will be picked up and dropped off by uniformed TIG staff at Central ferry pier #6 or Mui Wo ferry pier every morning and afternoon (note that Intermediate and Adventure campers have an overnight sleepover).
Central Ferry Pier #6 Pick-Up / Drop-Off
Drop off Ferry Pick up
Normal Timetable
Morning (to camp) 8:00am 8:30am slow
Afternoon (from camp) 4:10pm fast 4:40pm
Holiday Timetable
Morning (to camp) 8:00am 8:30am fast
Afternoon (from camp) 4:10pm slow 4:40pm
Mui Wo Pick Up / Drop Off (e.g. Mui Wo, Discovery Bay residents)
Meeting point is the Mui Wo ferry pier. Campers board a private bus to/from Pui O.
Drop off Bus Pick up
Normal Timetable
Morning (to camp) 9:10am 9:15am departure
Afternoon (from camp) 3:45pm arrival 3:45 – 4:00pm*
NOTE: It is very important that campers are picked up on time as the rest of camp will take the 4:10 ferry to Central.
Holiday Timetable
Morning (to camp) 9:00am 9:10 departure
Afternoon (from camp) 3:30pm arrival 3:30-3:45
NOTE: It is very important that campers are picked up on time as the rest of camp will take the 4:10 ferry to Central.
Alternate Pick up and Drop off arrangements for Lantau residents.For campers and parents in South Lantau, Tung Chung, Discovery Bay an others who find it more convenient, you can make separate arrangements for arrival and departure. Please ensure that you and your child arrive and sign in no later than 9:50am. Activities finish at 3:00pm in the afternoon, at which point campers head to the showers.Children can be signed out at any time after.
For the security of your children, both at TIG and at Central Ferry Pier #6, we require that they be signed in and out by an adult whose name has been provided to us during the booking and registration process.
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Activities

Grommets
Monday-Thursday AM: Nippers* & two surf sessions PM: Surf session & dry activity* Friday (parents day) AM: as above PM: Photo & surf competition * Dry activities are a mix of arts & crafts, beach games & sports and the Nippers programme
Intermediate
Monday-Thursday AM: Two surf sessions PM: Two surf sessions Overnight camping Thursday to Friday Friday (parents day) AM: as above PM: Photo & surf competition
Adventure
Monday-Friday Day 1 – Rock: Abseiling/rock climbing and coasteering Day 2 – Sea: Kayaking and SUP Day 3 – Mountain: Biking and orienteering Day 4 – Overnight Expedition: Hiking, cooking, camping Day 5 – Mixed: Return to TIG and mini-adventure race
Nippers is a programme for 5-14 year olds developed in Australia to learn about beach and surf safety, develop confidence and new skills and most of all, have fun. At TIG, Nippers sessions are taken from the Surf Lifesaving Nippers manual and include:
  • Orientation to the beach, including lifeguard station, TIG and activity boundaries
  • Sun and surf safety, identifying the lifesavers on the beach
  • Introduction to the creatures on the beach and in the water and how to avoid any hazards they present
  • Exercises to develop confidence and stamina on the beach and in the water: Beached whales, Swinging legs, Beach Flags and Land Crabs
You will have communicated whether your child eats a regular, vegetarian or gluten free diet. Surf and Adventure Camps lunches at TIG are a sandwich buffet that includes a choice of tuna salad, egg salad, cheese, ham, sliced tomatoes and cucumbers on brown bread or rice cakes (gluten free). There is fresh cut fruit for dessert and water to drink. Once a week, we will have either hot dogs or spaghetti with ice cream dessert.
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Safety

Safety is our top priority. TIG is proud to have passed an independent, third party safety audit by Outdoors Mark. We are committed to providing a safe recreational and learning environment. Please visit our Safety page for more information.
All campers should know how to swim prior to coming to camp. TIG reserves the right to refuse a camper to continue should his/her ability in the water be lower than our standard and thereby compromise safety. The minimum is the ability to effectively swim 10m (Grommets). It is not practicable for camper to wear flotation devices.
We all go to the beach barefoot on our own time. However, at camp, water shoes are a safety measure and must be worn at all times. This includes surfing, in the water and on the beach. Campers without proper footwear will not be permitted to enter the water or play on the beach. Aqua-sock type shoes can be purchased cheaply at the outdoor markets or at Escapade Sports (2891.1855) or RC Outfitters (2390.0020) or ProDive (2890.4889). Flip flops are welcome for travel back to Central.
Grommets
1:3 water activities 1:15 land activities
Intermediate
1:5 water activities 1:15 land activities
Adventure
1:8 water activities 1:15 land activities
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Weather and Changes to the Programme

TIG staff monitor weather conditions and conduct a sweep of the beach every morning. We will only conduct beach and water based activities when the weather, water and surfing conditions are safe to do so. TIG reserves the right to modify or cancel activities as necessary for the well-being of campers. Surf camp includes contingency activities for poor weather conditions, including flat water or heavy rain.
Lightning and Thunder: All water and beach activities will be cancelled at the first sign of lightning or thunder. The programme will continue with alternative indoor activities. Red and black rain warnings: All outdoor activities will be canceled when a red or black rain warning is signaled. The programme will continue with alternative indoor activities. Typhoons: Programme will be canceled when warning is above a T3. During a T3, cancellation will be at the discretion of the Surf Camp Coordinator. If the Hong Kong Observatory broadcasts that the T3 warning will likely be raised to a T8 during or near camp hours, the programme will be cancelled.
In the case of oncoming poor conditions, decisions to cancel Surf Camp will be made at 6pm in the evening prior and will be communicated on our Twitter feed and the Treasure Island website. If weather conditions suddenly worsen though the night, a decision will be made at 6:30am on the day of camp. It is your responsibility to check these media. We will not take any water safety risks for surfers.
Where TIG cancels a day of Surf Camp, a make-up day or refund will be issued. In the case of a government cancellation (T8, Black rain, etc), no refund will be issued, however there will be a make up day will be made available. In regards to withdrawing from a camp, please inform Treasure Island no later than 4 weeks prior to the first day of camp. Otherwise, a late cancellation fee of $500 will apply.
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Fun Stuff

Every Friday, parents are invited to join surf camp. Details are our website. If you haven’t already RSVP’d during booking, please confirm through this system (we will send an email reminder) so that we can ensure enough places on buses and enough food on the day, without wastage. Maximum of three guests per camper.
Our end of season surf party will be announced via email to Surf Camp parents. Please save the day! Watch for our email invitation so you can RSVP and join us for a final surf day. There will be a BBQ, drinks, music and SUP-ing.
Our surf restaurant & bar will be open 12:00-4:00pm for parents who have time to come at the beach with friends and family. We have a private lounge area where you can order food and drinks.
Purchases may be made through our website, with payment via Paypal (including credit card on through the Paypal’s secure site) or using cash, EPS or Octopus on Parents day. Cheques and bank transfers are not accepted.
For parents who are here for the day or up to the full week we offer beach cabana rooms for hire and tent camping on our private campsite. Details can be found on our beach club page.
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Feedback

We’ve said our piece… We value feedback and are always open to improvement. Please don’t hesitate to email us at surf@treasureislandhk.com or via our website. Thank you in advance!

Primary and Secondary School Camps, Youth Leadership Training FAQs

Essential Clothing & Equipment

Once you complete the registration for your child here: School Camp registration, a downloadable packing list will be available on the confirmation page AND will appear as a link in emailed copy of the registration. Teachers may also send to students and/or parents by email, upload to a class website or have printed and sent home with students or available at a parent information session. Please check with your teacher.
The equipment for a camp varies depending on the type and length of the camp. Tents (if applicable) will be provided. Please refer to the packing list that for your camp. For many items, there is no need to purchase specialised equipment. We recommend borrowing sleeping bags or camp mats (if applicable); improvising these can also be a good solution. We strongly encourage parents, students and teachers to attend the camp information evening, where camp equipment and useful tips to avoid buying unnecessary items will be covered.
Yes, TIG sells some of the essential equipment needed for camp in our online store. The purchases will be handed out to the students on the first day of camp.
Students will need two bags: a larger bag to bring overnight items (please see the packing list) and a day pack. For all primary and most secondary camps, the overnight bag can be a duffle/gym bag or carry-on sized luggage with wheels. For some secondary camps, students will need to carry the larger pack over rough terrain; please check the packing list. Remember, “If you bring it, you carry it!” so pack conservatively! Students will still need to bring their own bags onto a bus and move them to where they will sleep. A day pack should have two shoulder straps and be large enough to carry just what s/he needs for that day. The straps should be shortened so the pack sits comfortably on the back and doesn’t bounce. A backpack style book bag is an excellent choice.
Correct footwear is a question of safety as well as comfort. It is very important that students have two pairs of closed-toe, preferably laced shoes with a good tread. These can be trainers, light hiking shoes or sport sandals. One pair of shoes will be reserved for dry activities and the other for any wet activities (if applicable), or rain. Rest assured that although both pairs of shoes may get dirty, they will not be used in a way that is damaging under normal circumstances, even for the wet shoes. After rinsing and a turn in the washing machine and they will be fine for continued use. DO NOT BRING: Crocs, flip flops or water slippers (as used for windsailing) are NOT acceptable as they do not provide support or stability and they easily slip off.
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Meals, Beverages and Snacks at Treasure Island

Food is important! Tasty, nutritious and varied meals, beverages and snacks make a camp more enjoyable and provide the energy to stay strong and focused on camp. Onsite buffet-style:
  • Breakfast: hot eggs, beans, breakfast meat, toast, jam and breakfast cereals.
  • Lunches: sandwich buffet with a variety of sandwich ingredients, hearty salad and fruit.
  • Dinners: different Western and Asian favourites such as spaghetti bolognese, grilled chicken, vegetables and potatoes, etc. with fruit for dessert.
Students have the opportunity to take as many additional helpings as they can finish. On day or overnight trips:
  • Breakfast: cereal, milk, bread and jam
  • Packed lunches: A selection of pre-made sandwiches, fruit and juice boxes.
  • Campfire Dinner: A special treat of pre-cooked sausages on buns, corn and potatoes followed by S’mores (a gooey and delicious chocolate, marshmallow and graham cookie treat).
Staying well-hydrated is extremely important when active in the outdoors in Hong Kong. TIG camps have ample breaks for snacks and drinks and our leaders keep a watchful eye that everyone drinks . Water is the primary drink served at TIG and water is always available at our activity stations for students to refill their water bottles. On cold days, hot chocolate is a source of energy and a nice treat. Students must have a large (500mL minimum, 1L preferred), sturdy, refillable water bottle for camp. Both shatter-proof plastic and stainless steel bottles are good choices.
TIG can readily accommodate vegetarian and gluten-free diets. Please share special dietary requirements and food sensitivities/allergies with us. There is a section on the school camp online registration specifically for food. We will contact parents of students having more involved dietary needs directly. It is important to us that dietary requirements not prevent anyone from attending camp. Where we cannot meet dietary needs of a student, it is possible to arrange food to be brought from home. The food must be labeled and will be kept in a designated refrigerator space. If there are any other specific issues, please contact us ahead of camp.
In addition to three hearty meals a day, TIG provides morning and afternoon snacks. We recommend that students DO NOT bring snacks or treats in their bags as this will attract ants or small animals to the tents or dormitories.
On the first day of camp, students need to bring a packed lunch from home. The first day is very busy with traveling to camp, setting tents, learning the camp routine and a new environment. We have learned that the time saved in simply having students pull out their lunches rather than queuing for the buffet makes a significant difference in time put toward camp activities.
During the day and when preparing for bed, students will use the public LCSD beach facility toilets, sinks and showers. These are cleaned at regular intervals throughout the day. There are six showers each for males and females at the screened areas at the outdoor LCSD shower blocks. Boys and girls are separated and shower time is supervised by teachers. Students must wear bathing suits whilst showering. These are unheated showers. However, there are a few hot showers at TIG which can be used during cold weather for students who are unwell, at the discretion of the teachers and TIG Leaders. During overnight camps on our private campsite, TIG has portable toilets and basins for washing hands, so students do not need to leave the area to use the public toilets. These are only for nighttime use; once the day begins, students use the LCSD beach facilities. The portable toilets are cleaned every day.
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Overnight Camps at Treasure Island

Depending on the size of the camp, students will either be three or four to a tent, as arranged by teachers.
No matter the season, students do need a sleeping bag. We encourage students to borrow from friends. However, TIG does sell three season-weight sleeping bags suitable for 8-25 deg. C.
Primary students: No. Students will be provided with a sleeping mat. Secondary students: Yes. Students must have their own mat or inflatable foam camping mattress, which they will carry. Inflatable foam camping mattresses are available for purchase to secondary students through TIG’s online store.
Once the TIG staff go off duty at the end of the day’s programme, student supervision is the responsibility of the teachers. Therefore, adequate numbers of teachers (minimum one male and one female) must camp to ensure safety ratios according to school policy. A male and female TIG Leader will also sleep on the campsite and ought to be contacted for emergencies only. Teacher and TIG Leader tents are interspersed among the student tents are a different colour from student tents for easy identification. These are pointed out to students. A security guard is on duty at the TIG campsite from 9pm to 6am. S/he will be introduced to the students and will be responsible for escorting students (and their tent buddies) to the campsite toilet if necessary.
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Overnight camps at residential facilities

Students will be assigned by teachers to shared rooms in groups depending on the size and number of beds in the rooms. Teacher and TIG Leader rooms are interspersed among the students’ and these are pointed out to students.
Residential facilities provide full bedding (sheets, blankets and pillows). Students do not need to bring their own.
Not all TIG camps stay at TIG; some school camps sleep and eat at residential facilities such as Don Bosco, the YWCA, Lady Maclehose, etc. These camps will have meals prepared by the individual facilities. These are usually serve Chinese-style set meals and their menus can vary each week. Please contact your school camp coordinating teacher or the facility directly for their menus and any special needs.
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Safety & Medical concerns

Safety is our top priority. TIG is proud to have passed an independent, third party safety audit by Outdoors Mark. We are committed to providing a safe recreational and learning environment. Please visit our Safety page for more information.
It is essential that we know about any medical conditions, individual needs, allergies or dietary needs for the comfort and safety of the participant and in some cases, those of the other students on camp. Our staff have experience with adapted camps for individuals with physical, mental and behavioural individual needs and we are committed to every individual having an excellent camp experience. The information is shared among the minimum number of people who need to know the details: our programme coordinator and programme manager, the student’s camp group leader and kitchen. It is used to adjust activities, instructional technique and support, food and other special arrangements. We do need to be informed of any conditions in advance in order to prepare. Please complete your registration form no later than three weeks ahead of camp. We hold all medical information in the strictest confidence and destroy it once camp has ended.
Please indicate any medications on the online registration form. Any medications that require administration at camp must be clearly labeled and turned over to the teacher. At camp, teachers will keep and dispense medications. There is a small fridge available to teachers where medicines requiring refrigeration can be kept. Inhalers and Epipens must be carried on all activities; it is helpful to know on the online registration whether it is best that your son or daughter carry these or they be kept by their TIG group leaders and teachers.
TIG Leaders are all trained in First Aid and many have advanced First Aid and water safety qualifications. In the event of illness or injury, TIG will coordinate First Aid and if necessary, a visit to the clinic or call emergency medical services. The most common illnesses and injuries on camp are minor: scrapes, blisters, bug bites and tummy aches. We ask teachers to take care of very minor First Aid during activities to avoid disruption but if further action is required, the Leader will initiate TIG’s response protocol. TIG has a vehicle on standby during all camps. Teachers are responsible for contacting parents if necessary. In the event of an emergency on camp, a member of school staff will contact parents.
There is an LCSD lifeguard station next door to TIG. The station is equipped with oxygen, AED and is our first point of contact to advanced medical services from April 1 through October 31st, when the station is open. There is a fire and ambulance station approximately 5 min away in Cheung Sha. The closest government 24-hr medical clinic is approx. 10 min. away, in Mui Wo. The North Lantau hospital in Tung Chung is approx. 20 min. away. TIG’s Pui O base is easily accessible by vehicles.
Pui O Beach has LCSD lifeguards on duty from April 1-October 31 from 9am until 6:30pm. TIG has lifeguards on staff as well as leaders certified in water safety for the specific activities that we run (e.g. kayaking, rafting, etc.). Please indicate your swimming ability on the online registration form. It is imperative that we understand the swimming ability of ALL participants (teachers too!) in a camp programme. This does not affect a person’s ability to participate in a programme; it helps us to keep you safe and create a better experience for them. Some schools may wish to allow their students to swim or wade in the sea during teacher-led activity time when TIG leaders are off-duty. In such a case, the swimming or water activity is supervised by school staff. TIG takes no responsibility for swimming or water activities that are not part of the scheduled TIG camp programme or take place when TIG staff is off-duty.
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Feedback

We’ve said our piece… We value feedback and are always open to improvement. Please don’t hesitate to email us at inquiries@treasureislandhk.com or via our website. Thank you in advance!

Corporate Adventures FAQs

ESSENTIAL CLOTHING & EQUIPMENT

Once you complete your online registration (your need-to-know medical, dietary information as well as waiver), a downloadable packing list will be available on the confirmation page AND will appear as a link in emailed copy of the registration information that you provide. Your event organizer may also send a list by email, upload it to an event website or have printed and available. Please check with your event organizer directly.
The equipment for a programme varies depending on the itinerary and length. Please refer to the packing list for your programme. Most CA programmes are one-day events and do not require special equipment. For overnight programmes, tents (if applicable) will be provided. For many items, there is no need to purchase specialized equipment. We recommend borrowing sleeping bags or camp mats (if applicable); improvising these can also be a good solution.
Yes, TIG sells some equipment in our online store. The purchases will be waiting for you when you arrive to your programme.
Correct footwear is a question of safety as well as comfort. For outdoor and adventure-based programmes, we recommend bringing 1-2 activity shoes + comfortable activity shoes (flip flops, sandals, etc.) = 2-3 pairs total. Activity shoes: It is very important that you have closed-toe, preferably laced shoes with a good tread. These can be trainers, light hiking shoes or sport sandals. For multi-day programmes, we recommend two pairs of sport shoes. One pair of shoes will be reserved for dry activities and the other for any wet activities (if applicable), or rain. Rest assured that although your shoes may get dirty, they will not be used in a way that is damaging under normal circumstances, even for the wet shoes. After rinsing and a turn in the washing machine and they will be fine for continued use. DO NOT BRING: Crocs, flip flops or water slippers (as used for wind sailing) are NOT acceptable as they do not provide the necessary traction, support or stability and they easily slip off.

SAFETY

Safety is our top priority. TIG is proud to have passed an independent, third party safety audit by Outdoors Mark. We are committed to providing a safe recreational and learning environment. Please visit our Safety page for more information.
It is essential that we know about any medical conditions, individual needs, allergies or dietary needs for you comfort and safety and in some cases, those of the other programme participants. Our staff have experience with adapted programmes for various physical, mental and behavioral individual needs and we are committed to every individual having an excellent experience. The information is shared among the minimum number of people who need to know the details: our programme coordinator and programme manager, the programme group leader and our kitchen. It is used to adjust activities, instructional technique and support, food and other special arrangements. We do need to be informed of any conditions in advance in order to prepare. Please complete your registration form no later than three weeks ahead of your programme. We hold all medical information in the strictest confidence and destroy it once the programme has ended.
CA and Mavericks can readily accommodate vegetarian and gluten-free diets. Please share special dietary requirements and food sensitivities/allergies with us. There is a section on the online registration specifically for food. We will contact anyone having more involved dietary needs directly. It is important to us that dietary requirements not prevent anyone from attending a programme. Where we cannot meet dietary needs, it is possible to arrange food to be brought from home. The food must be labeled and will be kept in a designated refrigerator space. If there are any other specific issues, please contact us ahead of the programme.
TIG Leaders are all trained in First Aid and many have advanced First Aid and water safety qualifications. In the event of illness or injury, TIG will coordinate First Aid and if necessary, a visit to the clinic or call emergency medical services. The most common illnesses and injuries on programmes are minor: scrapes, blisters, bug bites and tummy aches. We ask participants to take care of very minor First Aid during activities to avoid disruption to the programme but if further action is required, the Leader will initiate TIG’s response protocol. TIG has a vehicle on standby during all camps. In the event of an emergency on programme, a member of your Company staff will communicate with families.
There is an LCSD lifeguard station next door us. The station is equipped with oxygen, AED and is our first point of contact to advanced medical services from April 1 through October 31st, when the station is open. There is a fire and ambulance station approximately 5 min away in Cheung Sha. The closest government 24-hr medical clinic is approx. 10 min. away, in Mui Wo. The North Lantau hospital in Tung Chung is approx. 20 min. away. Our Pui O base is easily accessible by vehicles. In case of emergency dial 999.
Pui O Beach has LCSD lifeguards on duty from April 1-October 31 from 9am until 6:30pm. TIG has lifeguards on staff as well as leaders certified in water safety for the specific activities that we run (e.g. kayaking, rafting, etc.). Please indicate your swimming ability on the online registration form. It is imperative that we understand the swimming ability of ALL participants (organizers too!) in a programme. This does not affect your ability to participate in a programme; it helps us to keep you safe and create a better experience for everyone.Some individuals may wish to swim or wade in the sea after a programme or during non-instructional time when CA leaders are off-duty. TIG and CA take no responsibility for swimming or water activities that are not part of the scheduled CA programme or take place when TIG staff is off-duty.

Feedback

We’ve said our piece… We value feedback and are always open to improvement. Please don’t hesitate to email us at inquiries@treasureislandhk.com or via our website. Thank you in advance!

Beach Club FAQs

Location, Bookings

You can get our address and contact information in the big black bar at the foot of all our website pages.
When you are on our Camping & Cabanas and Parties & Events booking page, dates appearing on the thumbnail calendar are the ones with availability. So, if you can select a date and add to your cart to make a booking, then we have availability. If not, you’ll be informed right there on the screen.
TIG doesn’t take reservations for Mavericks. Mavericks, our sister company, can be reached for reservations at 852. 5662-8552 or info@mavericks.hk. Enjoy!
Everything that is included in your booking is described on the our webpage on the programme or product page. Just go back into our store anytime to double check!
Of course you can! Prior to arrival: Go ahead and use the online booking system—just be aware that these will be a separate order in our system. Please email inquiries@treasureislandhk.com to let us know so that everything runs smoothly and we know that the order belongs to you–especially if it is closer than a week prior. Thanks; we appreciate the helping hand!Once here: Just ask our Beach Club staff, they’ll be pleased to help.Please note: We require 5 days advance notice to order food items. (We are considered a “remote??? location; deliveries are less frequent to south Lantau!) We only accept cash onsite.
Payment on our online system can be made by Paypal, credit card or direct bank transfer. At TIG, Beach Club can only accept cash payment.
Cancellations of Beach Club bookings can be made no later than 3 days in advance for a full refund. Otherwise, a cancellation fee of 30% will apply. In the case of T8 or Black rain, no refund will be issued, however a makeup day that will be made available.
TIG sells limited camping equipment. Please visit the Equipment section of our store.
TIG’s campsite is private and separated from the lane to the beach by a low fence and gate. The greatest concern here is securing the campsite from hungry and curious Lantau buffaloes and cows. Please close the gate! Also, avoid leaving food in your tent; it will attract pests. Nonetheless, we advise that you close your tent door when you leave and that you bring any valuables with you when you leave the campground. TIG will not be held responsible for the loss or theft of personal items.
Pui O is an LCSD gazetted beach, with lifeguards on duty inside a marked swimming area. The LCSD lifeguard station next door to TIG and is equipped with oxygen, an AED and is the first point of contact to advanced medical services from April 1 through October 31st, when the station is open. There is a fire and ambulance station approximately 5 min away in Cheung Sha. The closest government 24-hr medical clinic is approx. 10 min. away, in Mui Wo. The North Lantau hospital in Tung Chung is approx. 20 min. away. Pui O beach is easily accessible by vehicles. In case of emergency dial 999. LCSD staff clean the beach daily of washed up rubbish and debris. They also maintain the beach facility (toilets, change room, outdoor showers), which is cleaned several times daily.
Our private campsite is located approximately 50m from the beach.
There is a Hong Kong LCSD public beach facility with approximately 10 toilet stalls, a public changing room and outdoor showers 75m from the campsite. It is cleaned several times a day.
There is a duty person who’s phone number you will be given as you check in. Please note that there are no staff onsite from 6pm to 10am. Remember: In case of emergency dial 999.
Head to Mavericks restaurant, located directly on the beach and look for the RENTALS counter. Please note that we only accept cash onsite. Prices for watersports equipment and rentals are found here .