Hong Kong has a sub-tropical climate and is prone to Typhoons, especially during the summer months. We run our tours through run or shine, until it’s physically unsafe for us to do so. In Hong Kong, our Hong Kong Observatory has Typhoon and Rainstorm Signals to let us know when it’s unsafe for us to be outdoors.
In the case of extremely inclement weather, all events will be cancelled if the Hong Kong Observatory announces that the Red or Black Rainstorm Signal is hoisted or the Tropical Cyclone Warning Signal: T8, T9, or T10 is hoisted.
Special note for the Eat Typhoon Shelter Crab on a Sampan Boat Tour: This tour is particularly susceptible to the weather given we eat dinner on a moored sampan boat. The restaurant gives us their final verdict weather (pardon the pun) the tour will run by mid-day if there are thunderstorm signals, T1/T3 signals, or if the Amber Rainstorm signals are hoisted. Please check your email before leaving for the tour to ensure that you have the most up-to-date status from us. Also, you could also WhatsApp us at +852 9139 5761 to check with the status of the tour.
For the latest weather information, please visit the Hong Kong Observatory site.