Sunday, July 5, 2020

Afloat on Ha Long Bay

Nature at its most magnificent, perfect harmony between sky and earth, mountains and water, makes Ha Long Bay in Quang Ninh province, 165 kilometers east of Hanoi, an essential stop for any visitor to Vietnam.

Ships dot the Bay like floating castles.  To spend a night on such a ship during holidays, tourists must book several months in advance.
Ships typically leave the Bai Chay moorage depart at noon.  The fare of about $110 per person on a four star vessel includes three meals featuring local seafood, sightseeing fees and kayaking.
From a boat, Ha Long Bay is beautiful like a water-colour painting.
Many will visit the Sung Sot (Amazing) Cavern in the afternoon. Sung Sot Cavern is the largest of the many caves on Ha Long Bay.
A Ha Long Sunset. Tourists can take a kayak to the beach at Titop Island or explore the many islets.
On four-star boats, visitors will enjoy sea specialities while enjoying the landscape.
Emotion, a boat recently put into service, looks splendid at night.

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