Bai Tu Long bay is the largest among three bays forming Halong UNESCO world heritage site, covering three quaters of the area. Consisting thousands of small and large limestone islands, Bai Tu Long resembles a Chinese ink painting. Even though praised as the most magnificent one of the three, most of Bai Tu Long bay is developed as a widelife reserve, meaning tourism activities are restricted. But that doesn't mean there is nothing to explore. Tourists travelling to Bai Tu Long can opt for eco-tours which offers the chance to enjoy the breathtaking beauty of nature while helping to preserve the environment.
Having a chance to Bai Tu Long, don't miss your cave trip to Thien Canh Son and Hang Thay, two among biggest and most impressive caves in the region. Also, exploring the rustic beauty of fish villages resided by the locals and learning their fishing methods will also be an unforgettable experience.
1USD = 23000 VND
October - April