Outward Bound courses connect participants with themselves, others, and the world around them.
When we think about connecting to the world around us, we often think of nature- plants, animals, the ecosystem, and the view. And of course, that's a huge part of it. But the sometimes overlooked side is connecting Hong Kongers to the cultural heritage of Hong Kong.
Participants on Outward Bound courses get to visit the hidden side of Hong Kong, including many sites of cultural significance. One such location that is a common fixture on Outward Bound courses is Lai Chi Wo village.
Lai Chi Wo is a traditional Hakka farming village, which is part of of the Hong Kong UNESCO Global Geopark, and has cultural as well as natural significance. It was established as early as 1670. The village was designated Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) in 1979, and has been well preserved due to its remoteness.
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