Island-studded Halong Bay, situated in Vietnam’s Gulf of Tonkin, is one of the world’s natural wonders.

Explore this landscape of limestone karsts by boat and bicycle as you cruise through the emerald sea and cycle on one of the thousands of islands for a unique perspective. Starting from the Red River out of Hanoi, cycle leisurely through the Vietnamese countryside. A relaxing cruise on the waters of Halong Bay will pass by some of the spectacular islands before bringing you to beautiful Cat Ba Island where you will resume cycling. Head to one of the world’s biosphere reserves, Cat Ba National Park. Here, be treated to green jungle and beautiful scenery. Spend the night in Cat Ba town before cycling along the coast to meet the next boat. This one takes you to the newly discovered Thien Long Cave before heading back to Hanoi. Total Cycle Distance: 111km

Destination Vietnam
Region North Vietnam
Duration 3 Days / 2 Nights

Tour Schedule

Tour Dates: Departs Daily

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