Halong Bay – what do you do

Halong Bay – what do you do – Halong Bay Cruises – Vietnam Premier Travel. Overnight on board, do kayaking, do bamboo boat, swimming in Lan Ha Bay.

Overview of Halong Bay – what do you do

2 times voted as a natural heritage of the new world, Ha Long Bay has been strictly protected. Therefore visitors will have great places to explore the Bay in the most wonderful way.

Cat Ba Island

Is located to the north of Vietnam, considered the third biosphere reserve of Vietnam. And now UNESCO has been recognized as a biosphere reserve of the world.
With an area of ​​up to 26,000 ha with 2 core areas specially protected and without human interaction.
It fully converges tropical rain forest on limestone island, mangroves, coral reefs, algae mats and especially cave systems.
Here archaeologists also discovered archaeological sites, with people living on the island more than 4,000 years ago.

Dau Be Island

About 28 km from Bai Chay port, on the route outside Ha Long Bay, standing between the two islands of Tra Ngu island and Da Lon island. The island has an area of ​​22,863 m2, the highest peak is 139 m, with cliffs standing as a shield of large waves, strong winds hitting the mainland.
There is Ba Ham Lake, which is the most beautiful area and attracts tourists to come here to kayak, do Bamboo boat.

Dau Go cave

About 300m walk from Thien Cung Cave, about 4km away from the cruise ship port to the South. A special feature of Dau Go Cave is the starfish shaped cave, 20m from the sea.
Dau Go Cave also carries a historical story, because during the resistance war against the Nguyen Mong army, King Ly Thuong Kiet gave the soldiers a wooden stake in the cave. Wait for the afternoon to recede, the pile will be driven, the tide will entice the boat to go deep inside and then run aground. And the war on the Bach Dang River has entered the history of Vietnam and has since been called Dau Go Go cave.

Sung Sot cave

Sung Sot Cave is one of the most beautiful caves in Halong Bay. True to its name, when entering the cave has made visitors admiring, amazed.
Stalactites are hanging from the ceiling, in every step or side of the cave. The cave is wide and randomly divided into two, each side of the cave has the beauty of a magnificent stage.
To reach the cave, visitors must take a boat to, climb the stone steps. Walk through the forest canopy, collect all the views of Ha Long Bay in sight and fully enjoy the beauty that Sung Sot Cave brings.