Hoi Ha Wan Marine Park

Hoi Ha Wan Marine Park
New Territories
Hong Kong

Hoi Ha Wan Marine Park

Coastal HabitatSignificant HabitatAquatic HabitatSwimming

Overview

No votes yet

Hoi Ha Wan translates as ‘Bay Beneath the Sea’ and the Hoi Ha Wan Marine Park is a protected area that contains 60 types of hard coral and 120 species of coral fish. It’s also a particularly good spot for those interested in snorkelling or mangroves.

Hoi Ha Wan is one of the best sea areas in Hong Kong with good water quality and diverse marine lives. Coral communities in Hoi Ha Wan Marine Park is most famous, in terms of species diversity and richness. Mangroves and various marine organisms are also recorded in Hoi Ha Wan Marine Park.

The number of visitors to Hoi Ha Wan Marine Parks is increasing as the public knows more about the Marine Parks. Many visitors engage in different activities in the water of Hoi Ha Wan Marine Parks. Visitors must pay special attention to avoid damaging the natural habitats when snorkeling or SCUBA diving. Divers and swimmers must not stand on fragile corals.

+852 2708 8885
Part of a community map.

Location:

Javascript is required to view this map.

Comments

Post new comment

  • No HTML tags allowed
  • Lines and paragraphs break automatically.

More information about formatting options

Image CAPTCHA
Enter the characters shown in the image.

Connections

Compare related sites, explore the related maps, find out about volunteering, how to get here and more. Soon, you will find ways to share this map here, too.

Getting Here

Contacts

Every site using the same primary Icon on Open Green Map is automatically linked here. You can compare different approaches and solutions on this map and others around the world.
Other Sites on Map

n/a

Related Sites Worldwide
Choose a connections category from the list on the left.

Multimedia

Be the first to add a photo, video, or PDF about this site! Each expresses a personal perspective.

Impacts

No impacts have been left for this site yet - be the first!

Post new comment

  • No HTML tags allowed
  • Lines and paragraphs break automatically.

More information about formatting options

Image CAPTCHA
Enter the characters shown in the image.
Donate to GreenMaps