Ethereal beauty, picturesque scenery, limestone hills eroded by wind and water form a stunning view at Ha Long Bay. Listed in UNESCO World Heritage Site, natural beauty of the place attracts hundreds and thousands of travelers every day. This breathtakingly beautiful place is one of the most visited destinations in the world and an excellent choice for an unforgettable getaway. Tourists are often amazed by the charm of this tourist hotspot and should definitely be on the top of the list of places to be in Vietnam. This top tourist destination is perfect for each kind of travel: honeymoon getaways, backpacker, budget trips, relaxed vacations, adventurer, and family holiday. Choose your kind of vacation, book your trip to Halong Bay from our Vietnam tour package and have the best of your holiday.
The most beautiful bay located on the Western side of the Gulf of Tonkin in Northeastern Vietnam is made up of almost 2000 islands and islets in various shapes and sizes, of which mostly are limestones. When visiting Halong Bay must take a trip to the less popular and crowded islands Bai Tu Long Bay and Lan Ha Bay. Visitors can either relax, take a cruise and sleep on the board while witnessing the beauty of the place or can engage themselves in adventure activities like climbing, trekking, kayaking, scuba diving, and snorkeling. Halong Bay Cruise trips are one of the most popular tourist attraction. The cruise trips are generally for one to two days, however, it is advisable to take two days cruise trip in order to have the best of this beautiful destination. The two days on the cruise will be once in a lifetime experience, witness the most beautiful sunrise and sunset of your life, sleep under the moonlight and get lost in the natural beauty altogether.
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