Where we cruise
Explore the UNESCO World Heritage Site filled with remarkable caves that were formed over thousands of years, floating villages that’s been existing longer than the country’s biggest city, fauna and flora like nowhere else, and a distinct culture that were built by myths, legends, and heroic escapades by those who braved the waters during a time when most of these places were unexplored.
Halong Bay is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and considered as one of the most popular travel destinations in Vietnam visited by millions, both by local and foreign tourists.
Tuan Chau Island is located in the southwest side of Halong City in Quang Ninh Province with an estimated population of 1,500.
The most famous and most visited cave in Halong Bay, Sung Sot is located on Bo Hon Island about 1km away from Luon Cave.
An area in Halong Bay dedicated to growing pearls and practicing a handicraft system based on Vietnamese traditional experience and Japanese technology.
A destination best for kayaking located on the north-eastern part of Bo Hon Island.
Ti Top Island is one of two places in Halong Bay where you can have a breathtaking view of Halong Bay aside from Sung Sot Cave.
Cua Van is the largest floating village in Halong Bay, with a population of around 750 individuals who earn an income through trade, fishing and tourism.