- ハロン湾の観光 壮大な石灰岩 岩の形成
- プライベートクルーズでお楽しみください 伝統的なジャンクボート
- 探検する 洞窟 そして グルート
- 共有する シーフードの饗宴
Escape the busy bustle of Hanoi and discover tranquil Halong Bay. There's a reason this area is one of the most photographed places in Vietnam!
Sit back, relax, and get ready to discover the natural beauty and stunning limestone cliffs on this incredible cruise. You'll be riding on a traditional junk boat for an added culture hit and will get enjoy a tasty seafood lunch.
Your tour starts in Hanoi where you'll begin the 3.5 hour drive to Halong Bay. To break up the journey you'll stop in at the Hong Ngoc Humanity Centre, a handicraft outlet developed to provide support to communities in the area. Have a look at the beautiful crafts and even purchase a few souvenirs!
Once you reach Halong City, your water adventure begins! Board the private boat for a cruise through the stunning green water and limestone cliffs of the bay. Enjoy spectacular views from your junk boat perch as you explore the nearly 2000 islands that fill the bay.
You'll see first hand why Halong Bay has been listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage site since 1994 and announced as one of the New Seven Wonders of Nature in 2011. The name means "Bay of the Descending Dragon" and legend has it that in ancient times when the Vietnamese were fighting off foreign invaders, the gods sent a family of dragons to help them in the fight. During the battle, the dragons spat out jewels, and today, these are the islands that now are scattered around the bay. Hear more stories like these as you wend your way around the glittering island gems, sipping a welcome drink as you soak up the stunning views!
Next, enjoy seafood lunch on board while you float through the islands and cliffs. Soak up the majestic atmosphere from the top deck or get comfortable below. You'll also have the chance to explore some of the grottos or caves in many of the islands.
After spending the day on the water, it's time to head home to Hanoi relaxed and rejuvenated!
This is a full day tour, starting at 8 am and finishing at approximately 6.30 pm.