Cat Ba National Park is located 15km north - west of Cat Ba Town. It was established in 1986. It spans an area of 15,200ha, of which 9,800ha are forest, and contains lots of particularly interesting caves. The original tropical forest spans an area of 570ha, with extremely varied wildlife and vegetation. CatBa National Park was founded in 1986, it covers 16.196,8 ha including 10.931,7 ha of kart island and 5.256,1 ha of marine ecosystems.
NEW AT INDOCHINE JUNK! Be one of the first people to SUP (Stand Up Paddleboard) in Lan Ha Bay. Enjoy this stunning karst archipelago by kayaking and SUPing into hidden lagoons, limestone caves, through archways, and past floating villages. Stand up paddleboarding is a phenomenon taking off globally. Come learn the basics and tour one of the most breathtaking aquascapes Southeast Asia has to offer.
Located in the heart of wonder of nature, Lan Ha bay is widely know as one of the most beautiful & the largest body of water. Aside from cycling and kayaking, paddling in the bay is a popular water sport activity. For any adventure lovers, you should not miss out the SUP (stand-up paddling) in Lan Ha Bay. SUP delivers a full-body workout and has experienced an increase in popularity due to its fitness benefits.
Vung Vieng fishing village is one of the fascinating places for tourists in Halong tour thanks to the exotic landscapes that nature gifts for this land. Vung Vieng fishing village located in Bai Tu Long Bay near the coal mines of Cua Ong, Hon Gai - Cam Pha and Van Don old commercial port. The fishing village is about 25km far from the mainland. This is the residence of thousands fishermen who are busy to earn living year round but still happy and friendly. Especially, when coming here, tourists will...
Unlike its famous neighbour, Lan Ha Bay reserves a more pristine scenery with an intense concentration of limestone mountains which the sea surface has partitioned into smaller bays and gulfs. Lying south and east of Cat Ba Town, the 300 or so karst islands and limestone outcrops of Lan Ha are just as beautiful as those of Halong Bay and have the additional attraction of numerous white-sand beaches.
Lan ha bay is located in the south of Ha Long Bay. It belongs to Cat Ba islands area, Hai Phong city. Many people think that it is Halong bay area because it also has hundreds of islands like Halong bay. However, Lan Ha bay is different with hundreds of small beaches, this is paradise for tourists to go swimming, go kayaking or staying overnight in a bungalow...
Vung Vieng fishing village is one of the fascinating places for tourists in Halong tour thanks to the exotic landscapes that nature gifts for this land. Vung Vieng fishing village located in Bai Tu Long Bay near the coal mines of Cua Ong, Hon Gai - Cam Pha and Van Don old commercial port.
Van Don is the largest (around 30 sq km), most populated and most developed island in the Bai Tu Long archipelago. Now linked to the mainland by a series of bridges, it has a few places to stay, but you won't want to linger. It’s chiefly useful as the jumping-off point to other islands.
Ban Sen is located on Van Don Island, the most populated and most developed island in the Bai Tu Long Bay). It’s absolutely a potential destination for tourists to discover other spectacular landscapes of Halong Bay. Comparing to other communes of Van Don Island, Ban Sen is the closest island to central of Van Don Island. It takes about 1 hour to get to Ban Sen Island by boat, or few tens of minutes by cano. Ban Sen has an area of around 139km2, including 72km2 of floating land, the rest of Ban...
Located immediately east of Halong Bay, Bai Tu Long Bay stretches all the way to the Chinese border, encompassing a massive area, which includes a long string of islands and a national park. Every bit as beautiful as its more famous neighbor, Bai Tu Long Bay is the right choice for any visitor who want to experience the magic landscape of Halong Bay but keen to avoid crowds.
The stunning karst pinnacles of Ha Long Bay are one of the jewels in Vietnam's crown, but as Ron Emmons discovers, nearby Bai Tu Long Bay boasts the same beguiling scenery without the crowds. Bai Tu Long Bay occupies three quarters of Halong Bay World Heritage site, as well as many islands in Van Don, Cam Pha District. Travelling to Bai Tu Long Bay is off the beaten track and promises to deliver many unique experiences, far from the heavily touristic sites.