Hong Kong is just amazing. The image usually conjured up by even the most seasoned traveller is one of endless skyscrapers and congested streets, teeming with masses of hurrying people. This is true, in part; but there is much, much more. The average tourist spends two days on a “stopover” in Hong Kong and visits only the urban areas. Ramblers Worldwide Holidays’ groups spend two weeks exploring the unspoilt coastlines and mountain ranges of the New Territories and the traffic-free and verdant islands, which lie within Hong Kong waters.