Uninhabited islands of Ha Long Bay in the Gulf of Tonkin
Picturesque view of grottoes, glorious bay & lush forests
A reclining boat cruise on the bay with an expert guide
Exceptional Vietnamese traditional feast for lunch on board
Stopovers at Hai Duong Province & celestial Thien Cung Cave
About this activity
What's included, what's not
Guided tour of Ha Long Bay and Thien Cung Cave
Lunch and bottled water
Roundtrip transport to and from most Hanoi City hotels
Live tour commentary provided in English
Kayak and rowing boat hire
What you can expect
The UNESCO World Heritage-listed Ha Long Bay, also known as the “descending dragon bay,” is conserved a true natural wonder of Vietnam. Spend a day exploring its many rocky, uninhabited islands and cruising its pristine turquoise water in the company of a friendly guide.
Start the day with pick-up from your hotel and make your way towards Ha Long City and the Gulf of Tonkin, a striking bay that's populated with various species of flora and fauna. Admire views of this densely biological world and make a short stop in Hai Duong Province to wander the area a bit.
Arrive in Ha Long City and step on board a boat that takes you on an extensive journey into the sparkling Ha Long Bay. Drift peacefully along the bay's extraordinarily turquoise water, cruising past a variety of towering rock formations rising prominently into the sky. These uninhabited islands are made of limestone karst, and much of their surface area is blanketed with vibrant green vegetation that complements the water's colour beautifully.
Enjoy a delicious lunch of traditional Vietnamese dishes onboard the boat as you glide gentle over cresting waves. Make your way to a legendary fishing village and catch sights of locals going about their day, then visit Thien Cung Cave, whose stunning beauty creates a heavenly feeling. Eventually, you return to the harbour and board a bus that takes you back to your hotel.