Top 3 Tours of Halong Bay

by Female Abroad

When you head to Halong Bay you have to take a cruise of the bay whether it be a quick day tour or a three night stay on a Junk, the best way to experience the beauty of the area is with a Junk ride around. Here are the top three tours. Click the blue hyper linked titles for more information, to check availability, and to book.

Indochina Sails Halong Bay

Our itineraries are designed to maximize your holiday experience and enjoyment; included are daytime excursions to the largest floating fishing village on the bay and to an island featuring swimming and a climb to the best panoramic view of the bay. We tour one of the bay’s largest and most spectacular indoor caves. Evening activities include an assortment of board games and film entertainment. We also offer, in squid season, an evening excursion to a nearby squid fishing boat for an up-close look at the local fishermen plying the waters of the bay for squid and other fish. Onboard massage service is available as well to enhance your cruise. Indochina is a company that I used to use all the time for my clients to Southeast Asia, they are a great and reliable tour operator.

Ha Long Bay Cruise Day Tour

Come ready to party on this fun-filled Lan Ha and Halong Bay boat tour. Departing Hanoi early, you’ll get a full day out on the water amongst the thousands of islands that dot the sea in this unique landscape. Enjoy kayaking and swimming, and even jumping from the boat. Local seafood lunch is fuel for a gentle trek on Cat Ba island, where you can explore a massive limestone cave.

The Au Co 3-Day Halong Bay and Gulf of Tonkin Cruise From Hanoi

Spend a memorable three days cruising around Halong Bay, Bai Tu Long Bay and Lan Ha Bay on this luxury cruise, including round-trip transfers by bus or seaplane from Hanoi (depending on option selected). Hop off to visit Tien Ong Cave and its ancient stalactites and stalagmites; enjoy swimming at Ho Ba Ham; take a bamboo boat cruise through the Cua Van floating fish village, or learn about pearl making at the Tung Sua Pearl Farm. Make the most of on-board activities too, like Tai Chi classes, squid fishing, a Vietnamese cooking class, and a traditional tea ceremony.

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