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It’s a mysterious place and bit hard to find
Take Shek O bus and get down from cape D’Aguilar
Walk 45 min down hill towards the beach
Then you could ask someone as the path to the cave is very small and easy to miss...More
In mid March, our School Alumni grouped together for a day trip to Cape D’Aguilar Marine Reserve, a group of 25 of us, ages from 3 to 70+, we found it was an easy walkway with brilliant sea view, thanks God of his work!!!
This trail is often forgotten in favor of Dragon's Back as this place offers not much difficulties and is a very straightforward but long walk.
At the end of it though is a nice view into the South China Sea and you being at the...More
Take bus 9 from Shek O Wan terminus and stop at Cape D Aguilar Rd. Then walk and walk till u reach the Marine Reserve. U will be greeted with awesome views of the Bay. Go discover the “cave” and “whale skeleton” :)
Recently been to this amazing hike, not only was the weather good, the journey was easy to get to location.
On the way you will find a lighthouse, round the other side is a coastal area, two caves perfect photo moment.
Thanks to helpful post by @mosto regadinf this location, it was easy for us to make our way to the cape. Once at the station mentioned, need to use the dirt track outside the chain-linked fence of the station to continue down the concrete road....More
It was a great way to spend Sunday. The walk towards the caves were very easy as it is all paved.
As you get off the bus no. 9 the walk to the caves is ok. Nothing spectacular. On the way there is a little...More
This was a really great and super easy hike/walk to the end of the cape with the possibility to climb around rocks for the more adventurous. The bus is quite direct to the top of the road which you just follow down to the end...More
Be ready for an hour of walking to reach the good view so bring water, towelette, sunscreen and full battery camera as there are lots of good view to snap. In going to this place we pass by the Cape D'Aguilar Radio station, Cape D'Aguilar...More