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Water World Ocean Park Hong Kong
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Nature+ Programme - Local Eco Walker (Primary 4 - 6 & Secondary 1 - 6)

OPAHK's Nature+ Programme - Local Eco Walker Learning Activities provide students with the opportunity to immerse themselves in nature and explore Hong Kong's biodiversity by discovering a multitude of local flora and fauna. Throughout this learning journey, students are inspired to appreciate and treasure our natural resources.

    Nature Explorer

    • Uncover interdependent relationships  and  the amazing characteristics of animals via local or urban parks
    • Acquire the skills to conduct an ecological survey and explore local species with technology, for instance installing an infrared camera, from a scientific approach
    • Programme Format: Local country park or urban park visit; Animal and plant observation
      Programme Fee Stay-behind Surcharge^
    Student (Per person) HK$200 HK$40
    Teacher (Per person) HK$100 HK$125

    ^ For programmes conducted in the Waterfront, Ocean Park, all participants are expected to leave Ocean Park after the education programme. Participants who would like to remain at the Park and enjoy its facilities after the programme must apply in advance and pay a stay-behind surcharge.

    Ocean Park issues 1 accompanying teacher ticket for every 10 student tickets purchased per group, so they can accompany students to the programme. An extra fee applies for any additional teacher to enter the Park, and the fee does not include the participation of the programme. Students cannot use the teacher admission tickets, and vice versa.

    Students participating in the programmes could get a copy of the Orienteering Mission worksheet for HK$20! Students who pay the stay-behind surcharge can get it for FREE.

    The programme fees are valid until 31 August 2024.

    Programme Capacity (Students) Time Location
    Nature Explorer 20 - 40 09:30 - 21:00
    Each session lasts for 90 minutes

    The Waterfront, Ocean Park /
    Country parks or urban parks

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