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Meet Mai Po’s hardest working residents!

(Participants do NOT need to make reservations in advance.
Please arrive at the checkpoint 5-10 minutes before the start of the tour session.)


 
Fun fact: Buffaloes don’t just live at Mai Po – they also work here as “animal conservationists” – really! Our conservation staff treat the buffaloes as professional colleagues. The staff and buffaloes work together to create a more ideal wetland environment and help protect migratory birds.

Time slots for the mini-guided tour, “Meet Mai Po’s hardest working residents”:
(Each session lasts approximately 10 minutes)
 
10:00 10:30
11:00 11:30
12:00 12:30

‘Discover the Gei WaI

(Participants do NOT need to make reservations in advance.
Please arrive at the checkpoint 5-10 minutes before the start of the tour session.)


 

Gei wai – traditional shrimp ponds – have a history that goes back many years. The new Gei wai Museum is home to a variety of cultural relics that will help visitors learn about how gei wai work and what living creatures make these ponds their home.
 

13:00 13:30
14:00 14:30
15:00 15:30
16:00  

“Mangrove Boardwalk – Mudflats and Shorebirds”

(Participants are required to register prior to the event upon event application. The application fee is $150 per head)


 
The “Mangrove Boardwalk, mudflats and shorebirds ” eco-visit provides you with the unique experience of walking on the floating boardwalk through the middle of a magnificent mangrove forest. As the highlight of the walk, you will get on the floating birdwatching hide where you can enjoy the view over Inner Deep Bay and with the tides just right , get close to shorebirds and the thriving mudflat ecology. 
 
13:00 – 14:00 14:00 – 15:00
15:00 – 16:00