Cruise Trip to Visit The Bay

Cruise Bai Tu Long Bay

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Welcome Bai Tu Long Bay Tours

The Bai Tu Long Bay Tours is a Vietnamese Travel Company based in Hanoi who always organize day & over night cruise to visit the Bai Tu Long Bay

Booking a tour with Bai Tu Long Bay , You will have an unforgettable way to witness the serene, calm setting of Halong Bay's exceptional natural beauty.

Our Services

  • Transfer Hanoi - Halong and Returned
  • Cruise Itinerary and Program
  • Entrance and Sightseeing Fees
  • In-house English-speaking Tour Guide
  • Private Bathroom
  • All meals onboard
  • Kayaking (subject to availability)
  • Meeting Facilities and Equipment
  • Bai Tu Long Bay Tours rated "excellent" by 40 travelers
  • Booking Train Sapa Ticket

Contact & Support

Head Office in Hanoi:

74 Hang Bac Str,.Hoankiem Dist Hanoi., Vietnam

Tel :+ 84 942006888

HotLine/whatsApp : + 84 942006888

Email : baitulongbaytours@gmail.com

Web : www.baitulongbaytours.com

Sapa Best Package Trip 3days by Victoria Train& Victoria Hotel

HANOI STREET FOOD PACKAGE TOURS Included : 7 different street food dishes + 3 different drink

Bai Tu Long Bay Vietnam Located east of Halong Bay and closed to Chinese border, It is off the beaten tourist track. As it is not so near to the popular Catba Island which has lodging, beaches and nearby caves in Halong Bay, the area has scarcely seen any tourist development. The Bay has a rich biodiversity with two ecosystems: a tropical, moist, evergreen rainforest ecosystem; and a marine and coastal ecosystem.
According to legend, an immense dragon descended to Halong Bay (meaning "Descending Dragon") millions years ago, dropping numerous eggs. These eggs hatched forming thousands of rocks and islands. The tail of the dragon extended far to the sea, forming Bach Long Vi (meaning "The Tail of the White Dragon"). As she returned to heaven, she said good bye to her offspring at the Bai Tu Long Bay (means "The dragon parts the offsprings").
Notable attractions in Bay Tu Long Bay are Vung Vieng fishing village, Quan Lan Island, Ngoc Vung Island, Van Don Island. The bay is also home to the large Bai Tu Long National Park. It is one of seven Vietnamese amphibian national parks which has both terrestrial zone and aquatic zone