There’s more to Easter than egg hunts and chocolate-y treats for the kids. Give your little ones or teens a dose of fun and learning during spring break (which varies, but occurs roughly in the period from March 25, 2024, to April 12, 2024) with an Easter holiday camp. We’ve found a fantastic selection of the best Easter camps around Hong Kong, with something for all age groups and interests: multi-activity, sports, art, STEM, and languages.

Treasure Island — 5-17 years*

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Treasure Island’s Easter camps give children the chance to experience adventurous outdoor activities like kayaking (© Treasure Island)

Looking for an Easter camp in which your child can develop their outdoor leadership skills? Treasure Island’s full-day camps at Pui O give kids a chance to learn how to make new friends and become more independent, as well as organise themselves and a group for a trip.

The camp for younger children (5-9 years old) includes activities such as raft-building, tracking, hiking, and survival skills. Older children (9-17 years old) can sign up for a week of kayaking and coasteering, among other activities, and will also go on an overnight expedition. Lunch and snacks are included, and you can add on an ice cream every day for an additional fee. Parents can choose to drop their kids off at Central Pier No. 6 or take them directly to Pui O.

Dates: March 25-29, April 1-5, and April 8-12, 2024
Location: Pui O Beach, Lantau Island
Price: HK$5,280-HK$5,680 for each 5-day camp
Contact: Website | Facebook | Instagram | | +852 5236 7016

Minisport — Ages 1.5-5.5 years*

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Children who sign up for Minisport HK’s Easter camps will play a different sport on each day of the camp (© Minisport HK)

Embark on an egg-citing adventure this Easter with Minisport HK’s camps at multiple locations across Hong Kong. These camps promise a blend of fun, learning, and physical activity. Let your little ones explore a variety of sports and games such as tennis, athletics, rugby, basketball, football, and hockey under the guidance of experienced coaches. New users who download the Minisport HK app will receive a HK$380 free credit. Secure your child’s spot today for an unforgettable holiday experience filled with joy and excitement.

Dates: March 25-April 5, 2024
Location: Across Hong Kong
Price: HK$900-HK$3,000 for each 3-day or 4-day camp
Contact: Website | | +852 5409 6512

Camp Asia — Ages 5-14*

Kids aged 5-7 years old can attend full-day camps that offer arts and crafts, sports, STEM, storytelling, and an Easter egg hunt. The full-day Bots & Sport camps for children aged 8-14 will have a morning robotics session, followed by afternoon indoor and outdoor sports sessions.

Dates: April 2, 3 & 5, 2024
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Mandarin Time — Ages 5-15 years old*

Help your kids stay on top of their Mandarin skills with a fully immersive language camp. Children will practice vocabulary and expand their conversation skills under the guidance of a native Mandarin speaker. Each four-day Easter Camp has full and half-day options, with fun Friday excursions add-ons. Mandarin Time provides multiple-level offers and sibling discounts.

Dates: March 25-April 12, 2024
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Africa Center — Ages 2-13

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Africa Center Hong Kong’s ‘Afro Multi-activity Easter Camp’ is for kids from all ethnic backgrounds, aimed at empowering the next generation with relationship-building skills, as well as practical and fun skills for cooking, designing, and dancing. Join for one or all three days (a daily African buffet lunch is included).

Dates: March 28-30, 2024
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YWCA — Multiple ages

Think of an activity and chances are Hong Kong’s YWCA has a spring camp for it! There are a host of choices again this year, including physical activity like gymnastics, trampoline and fencing, plus something for their artsy sides in the form of music, dance, and even Chinese calligraphy.

Dates: Vary by programme
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The Best Family-Friendly Events And Things To Do With Kids This Month In Hong Kong

ActiveKids — Ages 3-17

ActiveKids will give kids a fun and educational way to spend their Easter holidays. Their camps will cater to a variety of interests, such as science, cooking, international chess, arts and crafts, robotics and coding, and even fashion design. The camps are 3-4 days long, depending on which one you book.

Dates: March 25-April 12, 2024
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Banana Art Club — Ages 3-14

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Arts and crafts of all kinds are in the mix for children at Banana Art Club, from manga to jewellery-making. Go to camps in Causeway Bay, where junior artists and creative teens explore the world of art. Small class sizes mean they can ask for extra help when it comes to experimenting with calligraphy, or the less serious slime-making.

Dates: March 4-April 26, 2024
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Harry Wright — Ages 2 years+

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Break out the swim gear for one of Harry Wright’s popular swim camps in Causeway Bay and help your child increase their confidence in the water. Levels from pre-school beginners to advanced are welcome, and there are one-on-one camps as well.

Dates: March 25-28, 2024 (Week 1), April 2, 3 & 5, 2024 (Week 2), April 8-12, 2024 (Week 3)
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STEMex Learning Centre — Ages 3-15


STEMex offers innovative camps where children will spend 1.5 to three hours upgrading their STEM skills. Participants will get an insight into the fields of game design, coding, robotics, and many more exciting areas during morning and afternoon sessions, depending on which time slot you choose.

Dates: March 25-April 6, 2024
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*These Easter camps were listed under a paid partnership policy. Reach out if you’d like to be included!

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