Baie d'Halong
Ha Long bay
In Vietnamese, Ha Long means "descending dragon". According to the legend, a dragon would have notched the mountain with its tail, creating this mysterious landscape of water and stone. Ha Long bay has been recognized as a World Heritage Site by Unesco in 1994. It extends about 1550 sqm and is composed of nearly 2000 karstic islands with countless caves and a lot of vegetation. Several passages within these sugarloaves lead to lakes. On the other hand, it has only a few beaches worthy of the name.

As part of the main attractions of Vietnam, Ha Long bay attracts countless visitors, especially in Ha Long city, who has not been spared by the property developers. All tours follow the same route and organize visits of the most famous caves. If you want to discover these magical landscapes off the beaten track, travel with us from Cat Ba island, and you will live an unforgettable experience...