Easter break is right around the corner! Check out our round-up of the top Easter camps in Hong Kong 2021. You’re sure to find something fun and inspiring among these family favourites.
Kid’s Gallery has you covered for spring activities with stimulating learning activities available for your child. During spring break, your children can acquire and apply life skills through three classic tales. The stories of The Ugly Duckling, Peter Rabbit, and A Bug’s Life will be reimagined and taught through Kids’ Gallery’s three creative learning areas: Communication Arts, Performing Arts, and Visual Arts. Enrol now for your child’s opportunity to learn skills in all facets of life and growth in these engaging workshops.
Already thinking about Summer Camps? Step into a world of imagination this summer with Kids’ Gallery. Enrol before 31 March to receive a 30% discount* on any Summer Camp. *Offer only applies to Summer Camps, not Spring Workshops.
Spring into action with Camp Woodland. Designed for Woodland and non-Woodland children, all campers will experience fun and discovery in this multi-activity programme. Camp Woodland is led by trusted Woodland staff and supported by some of the best external providers in Hong Kong, including Faust, Rugbytots, Little Gym and more. Existing Woodland’s students will receive 15% discount. Applications close on 19 March, so apply now to avoid disappointment!
Little ones can be full of the joys of Spring thanks to the range of activities available at Maggie & Rose Causeway Bay. Using nature as inspiration children can create vegetable art, learn about animals by crafting their own baby farmyard animals, get creative in the kitchen by whipping up Spring surprise cupcakes, coconut macaroon birds’ nests, Easter cookies or caterpillar inspired pizzas. Classes and camps are open to members and non-members. Available from 29 March to 9 April 2021.
Choose from art workshops including painting and Chinese painting, Letterland phonics workshops, mini talent camp (games, exercise, healthy eating and sports) and multi-intelligence (sports and science integrated) plus Junior Tennis Camp. Available from 29 March to 9 April 2021, for ages 3+.
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Offering flexible tailor-made courses for all levels. Languages include; English, French, German, Spanish, Mandarin or Japanese – taught by qualified native speaking teachers through engaging activities. Get help to catch up on schoolwork, prepare for exams or for school entrance interviews. 20% off private face-to-face courses in April, and free language assessment, ages 4-12.
Go coasteering on Lamma Island, learn rock climbing and rope skills, try SUPing and explore the mangroves in Sai Kung and try gorge trekking in the New Territories. Choose from a day camp or week-long camp and let the adventures begin. Suitable for ages 7-14.
Learn to ice skate at this four day camp taught by Junior Tiger coaches at The Rink @ Elements in Kowloon. No experience required. Expert coaches will teach all the basics and have your little one skating in no time. If you’re up for some fun on the ice, this camp is for you. Available from 3 – 6 April 2021, suitable for ages 4-8.
Join a Play Oriented Discovery Sessions (PODS) full of meaningful play in a community outdoor space. Or If you prefer a virtual POD at this time, Casita is hosting two sessions on April 7 and 9. April 4, 2021 is Casita family Easter Funday. Join a 1-hour session full of games, arts & crafts and a good ‘ol Easter Egg hunt here.
Jump aboard The Black Dolphin, The Harbour School’s sailboat, for some marine life exploration or join one of the huge variety of courses on offer – from volleyball to wakeboard, cooking, film making, DJing, sailing and more. Fully Immersive Scholar’s Holiday (F.I.S.H.) campers will learn and grow immensely through amazing experiences. Courses are open to all. Suitable for ages 4–16.
From the youngest learners to secondary students, there is something for everyone. Choose from photography, abstract and contemporary art, Spanish through art and culture, Raring to read (English and Spanish), Reader’s theatre, Coding, arts and crafts plus STEM fun with slime experiments or a lantern making workshop. Take morning classes and afternoon workshops to keep children busy and engaged. Suitable for ages 3-16.
Learn with Dragonfly takes children on one-of-a-kind journeys in Sai Kung and Lantau, perfect for families wanting some adventure this Easter. Scheducles can be customised to make either two or three days camps and run Monday to Friday. Available from 29 March to 9 April, and suitable for ages 7 +.
Got a dinosaur lover in the house? This four day camp covers a wide range of dinosaur-themed activities, from fossil production, looking for dinosaur tracks, to cooking dinosaur inspired treats. The camp lasts for four days and takes place in Sai Kung. Available from 5-9 April and suitable for ages 3–10.
Unleash your kids and let their imagination flow during Easter break with a day, or several days, of Easter baking camp at Baking Arts Academy, located in the heart of Central.
Little Monkey HK and Mama Tribe HK are collaborating this Easter with ‘Let’s Play’ on April 1- 6. With classic games like, tug a war, egg relay, 3-legged race and more. Each game will be competed in two teams of parent-child. Great fun for the whole family and suitable for ages 3 to 6. Tickets are $150 per team.
Holiday camps provide great opportunities for kids to learn and explore outside of the classroom, and can be a lifesaver for busy parents over the festive period. Avoid disappointment by booking one of these top Easter camps in Hong Kong 2021 today!