Delightful Day Trip
If you only have a day to spare, you can still take in the world-famous seascapes in Ha Long Bay, thanks to excellent new roads that make the journey from Hanoi under just two hours. Book with L’Azalee Classic Cruise or Sayuri Cruise for a value-packed five-hour excursion on the water. A delicious Vietnamese lunch is served on board as you cruise past Ha Long’s magnificent karsts. There’s time for a cave visit and even a bamboo boat tour of a floating village before catching the sunset on your way back to the harbour.
Scenic Seaplane Tours
It’s up, up and away — in under two minutes — when you’re strapped into Hai Au Aviation’s VIP seaplane tours. To really take your Ha Long trip to new heights, climb in for one of the scheduled 25-minute seaplane tours that depart each day. After a speedy check-in, you’ll be treated to a thrilling take-off on the water and breath-taking view of the jungle-covered karsts and sparkling waters below. Seaplane tours give an entirely different perspective on Vietnam’s most lauded UNESCO Heritage Site. Don’t forget to charge your camera!
For many travellers, spending 24 hours on a traditional wooden junk is still the quintessential Vietnam experience. There’s nothing like waking up and stepping outside to the fresh sea breeze and an inspiring panorama of turquoise water, tiny fishing boats and rocky karsts. Choose L’Azalee Deluxe Cruise to tick off all the essential boxes: warm and elegant cabins, delicious Vietnamese and Western food, and insightful excursions. A couple looking for a truly private getaway can charter the L’Azalee Premium Cruise. With 5 crew members for just 2 guests, our boat and her crew are reađy to creat the ultimate Ha Long Bay gateway.
If there’s one thing everyone must do when in Ha Long Bay, it’s having your own self-guided kayaking experience on the water. Depending on what you choose, you may like to wake up early to paddle around the floating villages and pearl farms in Ha Long Bay, or push off just in the late afternoon to watch the sun sink behind the karsts.
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