The WWF is run at a local level by the following offices...
- WWF Global
- Central African Republic
- Central America
- Democratic Republic of the Congo
- European Policy Office
This December’s "Walk for Nature" charity walkathon, the latest edition of this unmissable annual event, will once again lead participants on a captivating exploration of the wonders of nature. Walk for Nature will take participants on a journey of approximately 10,000 steps, guiding them through a new walking route in the southern part of Mai Po Nature Reserve and unveiling the Reserve’s diverse landscapes.
Meanwhile, exciting developments are underway at the Reserve. The reconstruction of the WWF Jockey Club Mai Po Peter Scott Visitor Centre and the introduction of a brand-new three-level bird hide are all nearing completion and will soon be open to the public. As one of the first visitors after this extensive renovation project, you will experience the charm and modernity of the new facilities.
You’ll be able to learn about wetlands and species conservation through a variety of engaging activities. Accompanied by knowledgeable guides, you can also explore the new three-level bird hide and learn how WWF’s conservation efforts help maintain the Reserve’s delicate ecology.
Lots of activities will be held in the Reserve during Walk for Nature, helping you understand how our habitat management team employs modern technology to preserve species and habitats, enhancing your knowledge of wetland conservation and allowing you to bask in the beauty and marvels of this natural treasure.
During the event, you’ll also have the opportunity to meet Lutra, Mai Po’s beloved mascot whose design is based on the Eurasian otter.
Participating in Walk for Nature will allow you to immerse yourself in the wonders of nature and contribute to the protection of our precious environment. All proceeds from the event will go to supporting WWF’s conservation and education work, enabling us to persist in our commitment to safeguarding nature and spread crucial wetland conservation messages.
We invite you to join this year’s Walk for Nature – it will be a meaningful and unforgettable experience for you, and an important contribution to our shared sustainable future.
Join us, and together let's create a better world!
*Suitable for age 5 or above
|Regular ticket price (HKD)||Junior ticket price (HKD)
|Senior ticket price (HKD) (Age: 65+)
(Must provide senior citizen card)
|Combination type||Total price (HKD)|
|Four-person discount (four adults)||$1,650|
|Family package discount (two adults and one child)||$1,160|
|Family fun package (two adults and two children)||$1,500|
On the Mangrove Boardwalk Tour, accompanied by a professional eco-guide, you will walk through a magnificent mangrove forest, enjoy beautiful views over Inner Deep Bay from a floating bird hide and catch unique glimpses of a complex, thriving mudflat ecology.
Eurasian otters are mainly nocturnal. Their mysterious and almost invisible night-time activities make them very difficult to track. In fact, most people don’t even know that Eurasian otters live in Hong Kong. This year’s W4N invites visitors to take part in a Eurasian otter colouring competition. After the event, every entry will be uploaded to the Internet and a public vote will determine the winners, all of whom will receive a gift. Bring your inventive mind and nature-loving heart and help raise people’s awareness of otters!