Halong Bay Day Trip Posted March 21, 2017


Ha Long Bay is located 170 km from the city of Hanoi. It is a famous site with  interesting karst structure, which is part of the UNESCO Heritage List and is also included in the List of the World Natural Wonders. Ha Long Bay is translated in English as the Descending Dragons Bay and it consists of as many as 1969 islands.


Halong  full day trip

7:50 – 8:40: Our modern bus and tour guide pick up at your address, start an interesting trip to Halong Bay, on the way, passing Bac Ninh province where Folk Songs the traditional singing are very famous. You can take photos of the green rice fields in the countryside. Stop for a rest at the local shop where some disabled children are working to make the lovely hand made products.

12:15: Arrive in Bai Chay tourist wharf, welcomed by crew  and enjoy welcome drinks, take photos

12:45: Start a dreamy cruise to stunning scenery with thousands of limestone mountains and have seafood lunch (we serve you with Vietnamese traditional dishes, in case you are vegetarian, we have other food options for you) while cruising through the emerald water passing by the Dog Stone, the Burning Incense islet, stop at fishing village for kayaking or sit in a bamboo boat rowed by locals (Only book with us you can have a chance to be on bamboo boat). After that visit Fighting-Cock rock and the Heavenly Palace (Thien Cung cave) – which has opened to the public since 1998 with stalagmites and stalactites. Back to Alova Cruise. Our staff serves you cold tissues and fresh fruits.

16:15: Back to Tourist wharf and get on bus toHanoi.

20:00: Arrive in Hanoi. Our tour guide and driver say goodbye to you at your address.

What is included:

•    Transfer from Hanoi to Halong Bay and Return
•    All entrance tickets as indicated in Itinerary
•    Complementary bottles of water on bus and Welcome Drink
•    Lunch with Vietnamese Cuisine
•    English Speaking Tour Guide
•    Kayaking or Bamboo boat rowing

What is excluded:

•    Beverages, Tax, Insurance & Service Charge
•    Tips, Personal Expenses & Others not clearly mentioned above