Day 1 - Halong Bay
After a scenic transfer from Hanoi, enjoy a drink at the Bhaya Cruise Centre, before boarding your luxury boat. Enjoy a delicious Vietnamese buffet lunch as you sail southeast of Halong Bay, meeting and greeting your fellow passengers. En route pass Trong Mai Islet, Ngon Tay Islet and many more iconic Halong Bay limestone islands.
Stop to discover the mysterious Trinh Nu Cave, one of the finest sunlight-filled cave in Halong Bay which contains stunning stalactites and stalagmites. Trinh Nu Cave is exclusive to only those cruising with Bhaya which offers a more private and less crowded experience. After visiting the cave you will have time to kayak and enjoy private use of the beach. Head back to the boat to enjoy an informative cooking demonstration. Before dinner, you may like to watch the sunset over this enchanting region.
Day 2 - Halong Bay
The next day early risers may enjoy a spot of Tai Chi on deck, before breakfast as the boat continues through the stunning seascape. A stop will be made at the picturesque Sung Sot Cave, the largest cave in Halong Bay if requested or enjoy more time to explore Tung Sau Pearl Market by kayak. Return to the boat to enjoy lunch, while passing by Lom Bo Island, Ba Hang Fisherman Village and a few other famous sights. After arriving back into port, you will start to make your way back to the city of Hanoi.
2 day Halong Bay Explorer - from £299
For a more intimate experience ask about our Premium Halong Bay Cruise which stays on a smaller boat with no more than 7 cabins, each with their own private balcony – from £321.
Alternatively, for those wishing to delve deeper into the region, our 3 day Halong Bay Cruise includes an extra night on board – from £509.
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