Ha Long Bay

Ha Long Bay is a breathtaking UNESCO World Heritage Site on the coast in North-East Viet Nam, including 1,600 islands and islets, over more than 1,500km2. Halong Bay is one of 3 bays in the area: Ha Long Bay, Bai Tu Long Bay and Lan Ha Bay.

Ha Long Bay, several hours from Ha Noi, is known for its emerald coloured waters and towering limestone islands topped by rainforests. Overnight and day cruises take visitors around the photogenic karst islands, including through caves and tunnels into inland lakes. The bays are also popular for sea-kayaking with designated safe areas especially allocated.

The mountainous Cat Ba National Park is a particular attraction for adventure and nature activities on land and water like deep water rock climbing and hiking. Depending on the season the bays can become a very popular visitor destination and so we will discuss timing, cruises, activities and routings with you to best match your needs.

Why Ha Long Bay?

Ha Long Bay is known for:

Stunning scenery, beautiful landscapes
Many limestone islands (karsts) topped with rainforest
Day & overnight cruises
Adventure activities (kayaking, rock-climbing)
Cat Ba Island and National Park
UNESCO World Heritage Site
Natural caves
Isolated beaches
Floating fishing villages

Ha Long Bay is great for:

Adventure activities
Conservation projects and education
Family fun
Seaplane transfers for great aerial photographs
Water sports

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