Day 14 – Hanoi/Ha Long

Day 14 of our trip will take us to Ha Long Bay, one of the most stunning natural wonders of Vietnam. Ha Long Bay is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and boasts a collection of limestone islands and islets, caves, and grottoes. Here’s what we can expect on our cruise in Ha Long Bay:

Our Ha Long Bay adventure begins with a cruise on a traditional junk boat. We’ll have the opportunity to take in the breathtaking beauty of the bay’s limestone formations and discover some of the more hidden areas.

During our cruise, we’ll also visit one of the many beautiful caves and grottoes in Ha Long Bay. One of the most popular caves to visit is the Thien Cung Cave, which is known for its colorful stalactites and stalagmites. Walking through the caverns is like entering a mystical world.

After visiting the cave, we’ll head to an island lookout for stunning views of the bay. The island is surrounded by steep cliffs, lush forests, and turquoise waters, making it a beautiful spot to take in the scenery and snap some photos.

We are overnighting on the junk boat, so we’ll be treated to a delicious seafood lunch and dinner. The seafood in Ha Long Bay is some of the freshest in Vietnam, and we’ll be able to taste the flavors of the region.

We’ll take our time to explore the bay, savor the flavors of the region, and soak in the tranquility of the surroundings. The beauty of Ha Long Bay is truly unforgettable.

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