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Hanoi: Mua Cave, Tuyet Tinh Coc Pagoda & Trang An Boat Tour
Enjoy a 2-hour tour on board of a traditional sampan passing through the fascinating scenery of the Trang An river. Climb up to the summit and take in panoramic views of the Tam Coc region.
- Ride along the Red River Delta with its scenic countryside
- Climb up to the Mua Cave and visit the Tuyet Tinh Coc pagoda
- Enjoy a boat tour with local rowers and take stunning photographs
- Savor delicious local cuisine
DescriptionFollowing an early morning pickup at your accommodation in Hanoi, drive in direction of Ninh Binh. Experience the peaceful scenery along the Red River Delta and stop for a short break to stretch your legs. Arrive in Ninh Binh at around 11 AM to transfer to your final destination – the Mua Cave. Pass by stunning rice fields with buffalos and goats. Then, climb up to the top of the mountain where the Mua Cave is located. Visit the Tuyet Tinh Coc pagoda inside the cave and enjoy the spectacular scenery from the top of the mountain. Gaze in awe at the surrounding lakes, jungle, and limestone formations. In the early afternoon, savor a buffet lunch with a variety of dishes from the Vietnamese cuisine. After lunch, take a swim or relax before boarding the bus to Trang An. Once at Trang An wharf, aboard a sampan and cruise along the stunning river and its caves. Surrounded by exquisite jungle-clad limestone karst formations, marvel at the rich fauna and flora. After visiting Trang An, re-board the bus for your return trip to Hanoi. Arrive back at your hotel in Hanoi at around 7 PM.
IncludesHotel pickup and drop-off within Hanoi Old Quarter English-speaking tour guide Return transportation from Hanoi to Trang An Entrance tickets to sites indicated in the itinerary Bottled water on the bus Buffet lunch Transfer vehicle to visit Mua Cave and Tuyet Tinh Coc Sampan boat trip in Trang An sanctuary Transfer from Bungalow to Bai Dinh pagoda
- Full-day tour (1 day)
- Itinerary is subject to change due to weather conditions
- Kindly note that there is no access to medical facilities or hospitals in the tour region
- Must be able to climb up 486 steps to the Hang Mua Cave