The first, which consisted of a junk trip to Hong Kong’s surrounding bays to study the fish farms and to snorkel; and the second, which consisted of an eco-trip to Hoi Ha Wan, a protected marine reserve within Sai Kung Country Park.
After a few days at the camp, the students embarked on the second part of the camp, a trip to spend two nights in tents within the country park. Once at the camp and cut off from civilization, the students had to learn to be more self sufficient, pitching their own tents and cooking their own food. The days were spent doing activities such as mountain biking, hiking, and learning some survival techniques.
It was a difficult and exhausting week for the students, but a rewarding one, where they forged stronger friendships through tasks that demanded physical and mental exertion, and teamwork.