Dragon's Pearl Cruise

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Day 1: Hon Gai Harbour – Bai Tu Long Bay – Thien Canh Son Cave (L,D)

07.45 Pick up at your hotel in Hanoi by shuttle bus.

12.00 Embark at Hon Gai International harbour.

13.00 Check-in, enjoy a welcoming drink and cruise briefing.

13.30 Have lunch while cruising in the magnificent Bai Tu Long Bay, admiring the fascinating rock formations in the bay.

15.00 Enjoy swimming in the crystal clear water.

15.40 Explore the secluded Thien Canh Son Cave.

16.45 Short cruise to Hon Co Island where you can relax on a white sandy beach, swim or kayak.

18.00 Back to the junk for relaxation.

19.00 Have dinner and stay overnight on board.

Day 2: Vung Vieng Fishing Village – Hon Gai Harbour (B,L)

07.30 Enjoy the bay’s morning landscape with a cup of tea or coffee. Have breakfast in the open air.

08.30 Visit Vung Vieng fishing village in a rustic rowing-boat, meet the local people and pass through the floating school and fish farms.

09.30 More leisure time for swimming in the middle of the bay.

10.00 Cruise back to the harbour while an a la carte lunch is served

11.45 – 12.00 Disembark. Drive to Yen Duc village in Dong Trieu province.

14.00 – 14.30 Enjoy water puppet show performed by local artist.

17.00 – 17.30 Arrive in Hanoi. Trip ends.

Notes:

  • The Cruise do not sail on Lunar New Year’s Eve & Tet Holidays
  • This itinerary might subject to changes without prior notice. Please get final information from our sales staff before your date of cruise.
  • Promotion might apply, inclusions and exclusions might change – you will be informed of changes upon booking.
  • For safety reasons, these below visitors are not recommended to cruise overnight in Halong Bay:
  • Person with disability: physical or sensory
  • Person who has symptoms of hallucinations, sleepwalking, fear of being enclosed, epilepsy…
  • Person who is older than 75
  • Person who is overweight (>100kg)
  • Person who is taller than 2 meters

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