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From Hanoi: 2-Day Ha Long Bay Cruise with Activities10 Reviews
Enjoy a 2-day cruise through the sandy beaches, grottoes, and mountains of Ha Long Bay. Depart from Hanoi and try out a range of activities, including kayaking, swimming, cooking, and squid fishing.
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- Learn more about Vietnamese culture and customs on an immersive adventure
- Discover the dramatic landscapes of Ha Long Bay as you sail aboard a cruise
- Enjoy a fun sunset party and a fascinating cooking demonstration on board
- Seize the chance to go fishing, swimming, and kayaking in crystal clear waters
- Discover Cap La and Tra San with the beautiful Bai Tu Long Bay view
DescriptionDay 1 After getting picked up from your hotel in Hanoi Old Quarter, head to Halong Bay for check-in at noon. Enjoy a welcome drink and onboard lunch before heading to Canh Son Cave where you can admire uniquely shaped limestone formations. Afterward, return to the cruise ship and enjoy some free time to relax or sunbathe. Later, kayak through the picturesque landscapes of Bai Tu Long Bay, followed by a cooking class with the onboard chef. Sit down to a delicious Vietnamese dinner before doing a spot of fishing or grabbing a drink at the bar. Day 2 After breakfast on board, watch the sunrise over the bay before heading to Cap La and Tra San to experience the Bai Tu Long Bay view. Soak up the quiet and peaceful atmosphere and admire the surrounding rocky mountains as you enjoy about an hour of kayaking. When you get back to the boat, have lunch as you pass through Ha Long Bay pier before beginning the journey back to Hanoi and getting dropped off back at your hotel.
IncludesAccommodation based on twin/double sharing 2 lunches 1 dinner 1 breakfast English-speaking tour guide All entrance fees Insurance Welcome drink Kayaking WiFi onboard All mentioned activities
- Itineraries and timings are subject to change due to bad weather, tide levels, and operating conditions