Duration: One day trip
Pick-up time: 07h45 – 08h30 Am.
The end of trip: 20h30 – 21h00 Pm.
Date of Departure: Daily
Being one of the world’s natural wonders and heritage recognized by UNESCO, Ha Long Bay is a truly attractive destination with 1,969 islands jetting out from the sea and with red sail junks dotting the horizon. Come and see what the Vietnameses call “The Descending Dragon”.
7h45 – 8h30am: You get picked up by our tour guide and bus. We will then take a 3.5-hour bus transfer through fertile rice fields to Ha Long bay. On the way, there will be a short break in Hai Duong village for refreshments.
Upon arriving in Ha Long, you will board our daily cruise boat and be welcomed by crews. Be sure to have your camera ready to take photos of the stunning landscape while cruising through the limestone mountains outcropping the emerald water. Lunch will be served on the boat when passing by beautiful Dog Stone, Incense Burner islet for amazing photos. We stop at a fishing village to see the local fishmen community and learn more about their life in Ha Long. Kayaking (optional) here around the community to get in touch with the local people. Kayaking further through the “tunnel caves” to a secluded lake. Relax here and you will feel yourself strolling in a paradise. After that, take photos of Ha Long symbol “Fighting-Cock” rock and visit Thien Cung cave, the cave of heavenly palace which is famous for its magical stalagmites and stalactites opened to the public since 1998. Back to the boat and cruise around to more islands of Ha Long bay. Ending at the dock to catch the bus to Ha Noi.
20h30 – 21h00: Arrive back in Hanoi. Tour ends.
Prices in USD / pax for each of the options:
Superior Class: US$30 / pax
Deluxe Class: US$35 / pax
- Pick up and drop off at your hotel by air-conditioned bus.
- Experienced driver and English speaking guide.
- Vietnamese lunch and entrance fees.
- Safe, clean and beautiful Dragon boat.
Optional kayaking: Extra costs US$3 / person.
Optional rowing-boat available: Extra costs US$5/ person.
Be noted that only by doing kayaking, you can get through “tunnel caves” to a secluded lake.
- Others not clearly mentioned above.
Things you should take with: hat or umbrella, sunscreen, insect repellent, sunglasses, Vietnamese Dong.