A UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the New 7 Wonders of the Nature, Halong Bay has made it far in the travel and tourism industry. Halong Bay spreads on an area of around 1,553 km2, including 1,969 islets, most of which are limestone topped with thick jungle vegetation, rising spectacularly from the ocean.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the New 7 Wonders of the World, Halong Bay has made it far in the travel and tourism industry. Boasting its million years old limestone formations and friendly locals, this place contributes to the huge development of Vietnam’s economic rise.
While Halong Bay radiates the beauty of a gorgeous and dazzling woman, Bai Tu Long Bay is more of like a pure, enchanting young girl with its untouched mountains, beaches, and parks. The bay has a rich biodiversity with two ecosystems: a tropical, moist, evergreen rainforest ecosystem; and a marine and coastal ecosystem.EXPLORE
Situated in the south of Halong Bay, Lan Ha Bay would have been so popular if it is not located adjacent to the "tourist giant" neighbor. This arc-shape bay possesses about 400 large and small islands, creating a majestic and fairy landscapes.
Surprise Cave, or Hang Sung Sot in Vietnamese, is the largest cave in all of Halong Bay and Bai Tu Long Bay and therefore sees a steady stream of visitors. For some, the incredible views atop Titov are the highlight of a Halong Bay cruise, for others it’s delving into the network of tunnels that make up Surprise Cave.EXPLORE
A climb up the few hundred steps to the summit of Titov Island (Ti Top in Vietnamese) reveals the most breathtaking view Halong Bay has to offer. Titov is visited by thousands of tourists everyday and with good reason, as for many this is the highlight of their entire Halong Bay experience.
The largest fishing village in Halong Bay situated at Hung Thang Commune, Halong City, lies in a calm bay surrounded by karst limestone mountains and islets. With more than 200 households living mainly by fishing, Cua Van fishing village has a population of 733 and they all live on floating houses.EXPLORE
Luon Cave is famous for its green complex and in-mountain waters and islands, a popular destination for most kayaking tours in Halong Bay. The cave is located in the northeast of Bo Hon Island, about 14 kilometers to the south of Bai Chay Beach, near the Turtle Islet and the Surprise Cave.EXPLORE
Considered as the cradle of ancient Vietnamese people, Tien Ong Cave has been blessed with pristine landscapes and a system of more than a thousand years old stalagmites and stalactites situated on Cai Tai Island, 20 kilometers away from the city center of Halong.
Dark and Bright (also known as Day and Night) grotto is not only known for the stunning limestone structure at every turn but also for the interesting natural habitat. On the cliff one still find traces of fossils of fresh-water snails, which prove that the cave was inhabited thousands of years ago.EXPLORE
Escape from your everyday life and take a glimpse at the infinite beauty of Halong. With this two-day one night journey, you will have the chance to experience a short but well defined moments with Paradise. Activities and delicious gourmet meals will be accompanying you throughout your amazing discovery.
An adventure of a lifetime with Halong Bay’s most luxurious boat, the Paradise Peak two-day itinerary is the complete definition of a well-deserved getaway faraway from the hustle and bustle of the big cities. Indulge in a variety of experiential activities, locally produced specialty menus, and 24-hour butler service.
With our Paradise Elegance, the newest cruise ship in our Paradise fleet, every moment can amaze. During 2 day 1 night cruise, this newest nautical masterpiece takes you to the highlights of Halong Bay at the least busy times while committing the highest level of service in the Bay.