Top things to do in Halong 2024
For many people, Halong Bay’s seascape is identified with Vietnam. Cruises glide across emerald green waters past tens of thousands of craggy islands and islets, pausing at beautiful caverns where passengers can roam and admire centuries-old structures. The magical beauty of Ha Long Bay has made it a must-see inside the country.
Nothing compares waking up to a quiet morning surrounded by karsts and watching the sun set over the calm seas of Ha Long Bay. The pinnacle of many a trip is unwinding on a sun terrace while taking in the breathtaking views.
Rain and water current flow beneath the rocky and jungled exteriors of H Long’s ancient karsts have carved out almost all of its ancient karsts. On foot, explore these geological wonders – some are small, while others are massive.
Even if you’re not an expert kayaker, you can’t pass up the opportunity to paddle around Ha Long’s beautiful seascape. Kayaking just before sunset is a great way to get up up and personal with peaceful lagoons and fishing boats.
Floating village visiting
Ha Long Bay is not only a UNESCO World Heritage Site, but it is also home to a variety of fishing villages that have lived on the ocean for decades. For a peek of this uncommon and lovely way of life, take a boat tour of a floating community.
Climbers will find a plethora of routes to keep them occupied in the bay. Deep water soloing, particularly on Butterfly Island, is becoming increasingly popular in gorgeous Ha Long Bay and Lan Ha Bay
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