We think so, but be aware that the tropical temperatures mean it’s easy for kids to overheat and become dehydrated. It’s essential therefore that you ensure they rehydrate with water and electrolytes regularly. Also be aware that you’ll be carrying both your own and your children’s camping gear. While this is definitely doable, it does pose extra challenges. And note that there is around 1,900m elevation gain over three days with some steep descents and ascents. It’s not a walk in the park, but active families shouldn’t worry too much.
Nope, no vaccinations are required for Hong Kong. But remember to pack your mosquito spray, as the hot and humid climate attracts lots of mosquitos. Though, they don’t carry malaria.