The WWF is run at a local level by the following offices...
Adverse Weather Arrangements
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In case of inclement weather, the arrangement of WWF Centres and public tours/ activities are listed as follows:
|Visitor Centres||Mai Po||Island House||Hoi Ha Wan||Central/ Long Ping|
|Standby Signal No. 1||Open|
|Strong Wind Signal No. 3|
|Typhoon Signal No. 8 or above||Closed|
|Amber Rainstorm Signal||Open||Open|
|Red Rainstorm Signal|
|Black Rainstorm Signal||Closed||Closed||Open|
|Air Quality Health Index at 10+ “Serious”||Open||Open|
|Rescheduling, Cancellation and Refund Policy||Once the application has confirmed, no refund and/or reschedule will be arranged due to applicant’s personal reason(s).|
|WWF will inform participant at least 3 days prior to the programme if it is rescheduled or cancelled. Reschedule or refund will be arranged if it is necessary.|
|Adverse Weather Arrangements||
1. May continue means depending on the local weather conditions, the programme may be changed to Indoor2 activities or the route will be shortened.
2. Indoor activities will be carried out if visitors arrive WWF centres during adverse weather.
3. The programme will be cancelled if a Typhoon Signal No. 3 or above, or Red / Black Rainstorm Signal is hoisted; or Air Quality Health Index reaches “Serious” level (band 10+) (corresponding district) within THREE hours before the start of the visit. We will arrange rescheduling for the programme.