Ha Long Bay has been recognized by Unesco many times as a World Natural Heritage Site with thousands of islands created by a magnificent and lively creation. Ha Long Bay has beautiful scenery, so it is a very attractive tourist destination for domestic and international tourists.

Ha Long Bay is a unique heritage because this place contains important vestiges in the formation and development of the earth’s history, is the cradle of the ancient Vietnamese people, and is also a work of art. The great shape of nature with the presence of thousands of rocky islands of all shapes and sizes, with many interesting caves gathering into a world that is both vivid and mysterious. In addition, Ha Long Bay is also home to a high concentration of biodiversity with typical ecosystems along with thousands of extremely rich and diverse species of flora and fauna. This place is also associated with the heroic historical and cultural values ​​of the nation.

Ha Long Tours

Hanoi – Ninh Binh – Halong bay | Family Tour

5 days 4 nights

Ideal for families traveling with children! This itinerary visits the highlights of North Vietnam. The tour not only visits our most famous landscapes but also…

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2 days 1 nights

In this Yen Tu – Ha Long 2D1N discovery tour, visitors will be immersed in the quiet, fresh space of the mountains and forests, and…

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Sai Gon – Halong 5-star cruise 2N1D Tour

2 days 1 nights

La Pinta Cruise is one of the new and most luxurious cruises on  Lan Ha Bay – Cat Ba Island in the heritage complex of…

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