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Special Rates Cruise  four star in Halong Bay Viet Nam and always bring you the most exciting holiday, we are currently promotions please enjoy your holiday and your family on Halong Bay. Abundant scenic beauty, archeological and geological significance, cultural and historical connections, fresh seafood and proximity to international gateways make Halong Bay one of Vietnam’s most popular places to visit.
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The most popular fishing village for kayaking such as. Thien Canh Son Cave during join kayak to explore fishing village you will witness about fisher man daily life, stop in school of children take some photos of local people in here.

Booking number: HL2SA123789
Tour length: 3days 2nights
Tour Type: Luxury tour
Start From: Hanoi City
Tour route: (Daily depart Hanoi City - Halong Bay - Hanoi )

DAY 1: Hanoi City Tour And Free 01 Night Hotel In Hanoi
8h00 AM Departure. Visit Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum and Museum. Enjoy the architectural and historical aspects of Uncle Ho”s final resting-place. Just next door is Ho Chi Minh’s house on stilts. Lying to one side of the Mausoleum is the One Pillar Pagoda, founded by King Ly Thai To in 1049 the structure has become an important symbol for the people of Hanoi . Continue to visit the Quan Thanh Temple ( Taoist, dating from the Ly Dynasty ) and Buddhist Tran Quoc Pagoda on West lake ( One of the oldest in Vietnam ). Lunch.
PM : After lunch proceed to visit the Ethnology Museum, continue to visit the Literature Temple and Quoc Tu Giam. Vietnam”s first university constructed in 1070, it”s gardens and well-preserved architecture offers a relaxing glimpse into Vietnam”s past. We will take you past Hoan Kiem Lake, see the peaceful waters, and visit Ngoc Son temple. For the end of the tour journey visit by coach trip along the Hanoi Old Quarter. Free for shopping. End the tour and back your hotel. Overnight hotel.

DAY 2: Hanoi - Bai Tu Halong Bay Beach
7h45-830: Tour guide pick you up at your hotel in Hanoi then start driving for 3.5 hours to Ha Long. The long trip is much more interesting than you expected with rustic landscapes of Vietnam’s village on the roadsides. Airrve at Hon Gai port by noon and transfer to Cruise for welcome drinks
12h00 - 13h00: Vietnamese traditional lunch is served right after checking-in while the ship is cruising around Bai Tu Ha Long Bay. On the way, we’d anchor at Capla Island for kayaking and swimming activities on the sunny smooth white sand beach.
Return to the vessel for your own leisure at room or sundeck by 18:00 and the boat anchors at Cong Do area for overnight. The most interesting activity of the evening is cooking demonstration on the sundeck before another delicious Vietnamese meal in the dining room. For the rest of the night, feel free to take part in team building activities such as board games, drinking at bar, and squid fishing.

DAY 3: Bai Tu Long Beach - Halong Bay - Hanoi city
Don’t forget to wake up early to catch the best view of Ha Long when the bay is lightened up by the rising sun. Enjoy light breakfast in absolutely quiet lagoon to get full energy for another inspiring day on the island of Thien Canh Son Cave. The cave is the most pristine cave of the bay with unique formation of stalagmites and natural lights.
Return to the vessel by 9:30am, pack up your luggage and enjoy the farewell lunch party. Arrive at Hon Gai Port at noon and come back to Hanoi END the tour at 4h30pm.

Tour include
1. Transports Hanoi - Ha Long - Hanoi by shuttle bus.
2. Welcome drink
3. 01 night accommodation on board 4*
4. Meals as indicated 1 + Breakfast + 2 Lunch and 1 Dinner 8 Course Imperial feast  (B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner)
5. Kayaking - Entrance fees 
6. lnsurance on junk

7. Enjoy Cooking class and dinner
8. English speaking guide

The itinerary can be changed due to weather, tide levels and operating conditions.
Special request (diet or vegetarian, ...) should be sent before your departure date.
Children policy:
Free of charge for children under 04 years sharing bed with parents
75% rate of adult for children 05->10 years sharing bed with parents
Children 11 years old and over are charged as adults.

Halong Bay is one of Mother Earth’s most amazing natural wonders and one of Vietnam’s most prized treasures. A comfortable 3 hours drive from Hanoi, Halong Bay is in Northeastern Vietnam on the shores of the Gulf of Tonkin.

The bay is dominated by more than 1,600 limestone karsts and islets which rise out of the waters of the bay to heights of up to 100 meters (330 feet) and the numerous caves and grottos spread throughout the bay.
Abundant scenic beauty, archeological and geological significance, cultural and historical connections, fresh seafood and proximity to international gateways make Halong Bay one of Vietnam’s most popular places to visit.
Such is the significance of Halong Bay that in 1994, UNESCO recognized the heart of Halong Bay as being a site of natural World Heritage and stated that "Apart from Halong Bay there are no equivalent sites on the World Heritage List..."
Geographical Location/Distribution
Halong Bay is located on the Western side of the Gulf of Tonkin in Northeastern Vietnam. The bay is approximately 35 km (21 miles) Northeast of the port city of Hai Phong and approximately 170 km (105 miles) by road from the capital Hanoi. The town of Halong is situated on the coast to the North of the bay. The journey from Hanoi to Halong takes approximately 3.5 hours.
Halong Bay is formed by Cat Ba island to the South, Ngoc Hung and Van Canh islands to the East and the Vietnamese coastline to the North and West. The bay covers a total area of 1,553 square kilometers (600 square miles). Occupying the heart of the bay between Halong town and Cat Ba island, the central World Heritage area stretches for 434 square kilometers (167 square miles).
Natural Features / Islands and Karsts
The most outstanding feature of Halong Bay and undoubtedly its greatest attraction are the 1,696 islands, islets and rocky karst outcrops. 989 of these islets and rocky outcrops have been been given imaginative names by the locals over the years. These have been derived from their perceived shapes and include names such as Man’s Head, Fighting Cocks, Wading Ox and Wallowing Buffalo.
With heights ranging from 50-100 meters (160-330 feet) and a height-to-width ratio of about 6:1, the majority of these karst pinnacles and islets have sheer, vertical cliffs. They are uninhabited and unaffected by human activities. The pure size and numbers of these outcrops provide a stunning contrast and backdrop to the turquoise waters of the bay when viewed from sea level.
Caves and Grottos
Another exceptional geological feature of Halong Bay is the number of limestone islands which have caves and grottoes within them. The total number of caves has never been determined and there are almost certainly more which are yet to be discovered. In order to preserve the natural state and integrity of the large number of caves and grottos in the World Heritage Area, only some are open to visitors. The most commonly visited are Thien Cung (Heavenly Palace) cave, Dau Go (Wood Tip) grotto, Sung Sot (Surprise) cave and Trinh Nu (Virgin) grotto.
The shapes and formations on the sides and rooves of the caves, many now being part of local folklore and legends, bear witness to the different stages of formation over the ages. Some cave features, such as calcified shell-beds, are the direct result of ancient human activity.
Sea and Lakes
The lower chambers of some caves and grottos are below sea level. Due to the porous nature of limestone, these chambers are often partially filled to form tidal lakes and pools. Although most of these are shallow, the depths of some have never been determined. The geomorphology of Halong Bay indicates that it is almost certain that there are undiscovered and fully entombed lakes within many of the islands. Dau Be (Goat’s Head island) alone has 6 different tidal lakes.
The sea in Halong Bay is generally less than 10 meters (33 feet) deep and boasts a rich biodiversity of about 1,000 species of marine animals. Over 160 species of coral have been identified. Coral reefs make up 30% of the seabed and in some areas as much as 80% of the seabed is covered in coral reefs. Most coral reefs are at a depth of 4-6 meters.
The majority smaller islets and karsts are capped with a low shrubby ’crown’ The larger islands are home to dense tropical forests featuring abundant bird life. The island of Cat Ba on the Southern flank of Halong Bay is a rich treasure trove for nature lovers. The National Park which occupies much of the island, and some of the surrounding waters, ranges in diversity from double-tiered primeval tropical rainforest on the slopes of the hills, down to tidal mangrove forests and inshore coral reefs.

The island is home to several plant and tree species highly prized for their medicinal properties, and one of the rarest primate species on earth, the Cat Ba (Golden-headed) Langur. There may be as few as 50 of these animals between here and extinction.
Culture/History - Human History
Archeological evidence suggests humans may have inhabited the area in and around Halong Bay for as long as 18,000 years. Some of these are distinctly different enough to have been given their own names, such as the Soi Nhu from the Mesolithic age and the Halong culture from the Neolithic age. Van Don in the Southeast of the bay was once one of the most important trading ports in Vietnamese ancient history.
There is perhaps a greater number of myths, legends and folklore surrounding Halong Bay than any other area in Vietnam. The current name of the bay (Descending Dragon) is itself a mystery. Some say it can be attributed to the French in the late 1890’s, others say it comes from a famous Vietnamese folk tale.
Myths and folklore surround many of the caves and grottos. Tales of life’s love lost; of forbidden love forever together cast in stone; wedding celebrations of truly celestial splendor; of poverty and power, and more.
Other legends have at least some bases in fact. Some of the famous exploits of Vietnamese warriors from history, such as national heroes Ngo Quyen and Tran Hung Dao have become legends involving Ha Long Bay and the surrounding areas. Ngo Quyen is most famous for finally defeating the Chinese after 1,000 years of occupation. Tran Hung Dao is remembered for bringing those same guerilla tactics back to life 300 years later.
The following tale is recounted to serve as an illustration of the connections Halong Bay has to Vietnamese history and why the bay is so deeply entrenched in the Vietnamese national psyche.

Tran Hung Dao and his Battle of the Bach Dang River

After being driven out of Vietnam by Ngo Quyen in 938, the Chinese repeatedly attempted to regain their former serfdom for several hundred years more. In 1288 another Han fleet appeared off the coast to make invasion preparations. The Vietnamese fleet under the command of Generals Tran Hung Dao and Tran Khanh Du was vastly outsized, outnumbered and outgunned ... but not overawed. They made their own preparations.
Using Ngo Quyen’s example from 300 years earlier, Tran Hung Dao ordered that wooden stakes be cut and sharpened. It is said some of these were moved into a forward staging area in a cave on an island in Halong Bay . We know this cave today as Hang Dau Go (Wooden Stake Cave) on the island with the same name.
Under cover of darkness the Vietnamese drove the stakes into the bed of the upper reaches of the Bach Dang river mouth (near present day Hai Phong) until the tips of the stakes were hidden just below the surface of the water at low tide.
The shallow draft Vietnamese ships continued to move about, positioning themselves for battle, feinting attacks and creating diversions. When preparations were complete, Tran Hung Dao waited for favorable wind and tide conditions. Late in the year 1288, the conditions were right.
The Vietnamese forces assembled in battle formation and set out to engage the Han fleet. After ensuring the Chinese fleet was fully engaged, the Vietnamese ships turned against the ebbing tide and fled back into the Bach Dang river. The Chinese followed in hot pursuit, growing ever more certain of victory.
As the tide reached its full ebb, the deeper draught Chinese ships became impaled on the stakes. The smaller, nimbler Vietnamese fleet then picked off each impaled ship one-by-one, like lions might harass and harangue a much larger wounded elephant ... until the final demise.
Attractions and Activities
Undoubtedly Halong Bay’s greatest attraction is its natural scenery. The towering limestone outcrops jutting skywards from the emerald-blue waters. The sheer numbers and size of the islands, islets and karsts within the bay serve to humble even the most jaded traveler.
Swimming, kayaking, hiking and of course photography are favorite pastimes for visitors to Halong Bay - one of the most popular tourist attractions in all of Vietnam. Abundant fresh local seafood is another delight.
Floating fishing villages are the most popular human attraction. Entire village populations live, work and die on these ’floating islands’ in Halong Bay. The villagers are mainly fisherfolk and ply the waters around their villages selling their fresh produce to the passing tourist trade.

Gia Bao Palace Hotel is a newly renovated property that features 38 luxurious rooms and suites. The property has seven floors with an elevator.

The Lake and the Night markets are a stone's throw away, while local restaurants, travel agents, banks, and souvenir shops are nearby.
A full set of amenities such as an air conditioner, cable LCD TV, IDD phone, safety box, working desk, bathtub, and mini bar are provided in the rooms. Various local and Western dishes are available, and guests can also enjoy Hot Buffet Breakfast to start off the day.

Guests can ask for the reasonably priced massaging service when in the mood for some pampering. Stay at Gia Bao Palace Hotel and make it a base while you explore this charming city.

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Christine 08/03/2016 08:35
We have just returned from a wonderful trip to Vietnam. We started in Hanoi & finished in Saigon. When we left Hanoi we went to Halong Bay and had a 2days 1 night cruise. We had a cabin with a balcony which was a plus as the Halong Bay is so beautiful. The crew were so friendly & couldn't do enough for us. The food was great, as were the trips to the caves, fishing village and beach Island...we even got sung to by one of the crew! An amazing experience and such a lovely way to start off our trip in such a wonderful country. Thank a lot. Christine

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