Overnight Bai Tu Long Bay And Ha Long Bay Cruise - Hanoi

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Key Details

  • Mobile Voucher Accepted
  • Hotel pickup Available
  • Duration: 2 Days
  • Language:
    English
  • Departure Time :
    08:00 AM
  • Departure Details :
    Hanoi, Hanoi
    Traveler pickup is offered
    We will arrange to pick you up at your hotel (in Hanoi Old Quarter area)
    If your hotel is far from, please take tax and come to our office namely Cross.. read more
  • Return Details :
    Returns to original departure point
  • Cancellation Policy :
    This activity is non-refundable Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.

Overview

Bai Tu Long is still an uncharted bay in Halong, offering a chance to get off the beaten track, visit fishing villages and discover the secrets of the sea. For small groups in luxury junks, our staff dedicated to your personal service and comfort will make our offer unique and your trip unforgettable! A longer cruise at a relaxed pace with more time to get off the beaten track and discover the secrets of Halong Bay and Bai tu long bay, visit fishing villages, explore by kayak and experience unforgettable dining.
This worthwhile overnight trip on one of our traditional junks offers the highest quality luxury and comfort as you enjoy wonderful Halong Bay. Cruise with us and have a once in a lifetime experience.

Highlights

  • Enjoy a romantic night including dinner
  • Small-group tour
  • Hotel pickup included
  • Multi-Day Trip
  • Travel by boat and see the sights from the water

Know More about this tour

Day 1: Hon Gai dock -> Bai tu long bay ->Vung Vieng Fishing Village-> Cong Do Area.

7:30 Depart from Hanoi to Halong bay by shuttle bus (optional)
12:00 Upon arrival at Vinashin dock, the staffs of junk welcomes
12:30 Cruise manager takes the guests to the cruise to start the tour.
13:00 Buffet lunch is served in the restaurant at the first deck.
15:30 Visit Vung Vieng fishing village by rowing boat.
16:00 Cruise back to discover Cong Do
17:20 Activities such askayaking
19:00 Gala elegant set dinner served onboard. You can enjoy the charm of Bai tu long bay
at night.
DAY 2: Cong Do area- Thien Canh Son - Hon Gai Dock
6:30 Tourists can try the taichi session on the sundeck at the break of dawn on Bai tu long bay
7:00 Enjoying the breakfast with cookies and tea, coffee at the restaurant of the cruise.
7:45 Explore the area of Hon Co Island and Co Cave (Grass Cave, also known as Thien Canh Son)
8:45 . You can revel in the breathtaking view of Bai Tu Long bay from above,
8:45 Tourists come back to the junks by tender.
9:15 Tourists arrange the luggage and check out.
9:30 Tourists can enjoy the lunch in Huong Hai Junks while the cruise departs from Hon Co Island back to Vinashin dock.
11:30 Arrive back at Vinashin dock, Halong city for disembarkation where your driver waits to take you back to your Hanoi. The trip ends. Hopefully, the tourists have the wonderful moments in our cruise!

Inclusions

1x Breakfast

1x Dinner

2x Lunch

Accommodation included: 2 nights

Air-conditioned vehicle

All Fees and Taxes

Entry/Admission - Bai Tu Long Bay

Entry/Admission - Thien Canh Son Cave

Exclusions

Beverages

Personal expenses

Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

Not wheelchair accessible

Near public transportation

Infants must sit on laps

Most travelers can participate

This tour/activity will have a maximum of 10 travelers

Traveler Reviews

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  • 26-Oct-2022

    We had a great and very personal service from the sweetest girl ever ( Harley) she texted us to inform but also to ask if we were okay multiple times . We were very happy to have booked our excursions with her.

  • 06-May-2019

    Wir hatten diese Bootstour über gebucht. Sind durch Zufall bei einer Recherche auf den Anbieter gestoßen und sind sehr froh darüber. Kurz nach der Buchung erhielten wir sämtliche Informationen über den Ablauf der Veranstaltung und wurden sogar per WhatsApp kontaktiert. Am Morgen des nächsten Tages wurden wir und andere Paare von einem Transporter abgeholt u. nach einer 2,5 stündigen Fahrt (ab Hanoi Altstadt) an den Hafen gebracht. Von dort aus konnten wir das Boot erreichen. Alles sehr sauber. Freundliches und hilfsbereites Personal, sowie ein paar unglaublich gute Köche sind ständig an Bord. Die Aktivitäten (Kajak, Bootstour, Fischen, kleiner Kochkurs) sind sehr vielfältig und an jedes Alter angepasst. Wer Entspannung, gutes Essen und ein wenig Action mag, sollte sich diesen Trip nicht entgehen lassen!

  • 14-Feb-2019

    We went in mid Feb. when the weather is not very clear. It was an amazing time. Dong was our guide. His English was easy to understand. The room was comfortable. The boats are all painted white for safety and they do not have sails; this was a surprise to us.

  • 18-Sep-2018

    Book this trip!

    It's a smaller junk boat so it's not lined up with rest of the boats at night. Cant fault anything,

  • 18-Sep-2018

    Book this trip!

    It's a smaller junk boat so it's not lined up with rest of the boats at night. Cant fault anything,

  • 03-Mar-2018

    This was our first planned activity on our first trip to Vietnam, and it ended up being the absolute highlight of our trip. We appreciated the stops along the way to the departure location, for souvenir shopping at a workshop for disabled Vietnamese and a pearl farming center. We loved the small size of the boat compared with others we say 11-14 people on ours plus 5 crew. We loved the activities, including visiting caves, kayaking, squid fishing and cooking class. We loved having a top deck where we could socialize with the other travelers, enjoy the stunning scenery and have drinks. And we LOVED the food! It was plentiful and delicious. It was served family-style, with shared platters for each table. We made a point of rotating tables for each meal so our entire group could have a chance to get to know each other. The presentation was first-class flowers carved out of vegetables to adorn the shrimp cocktail. I know we got lucky with our group, made up of 3 different nationalities and with everyone getting along splendidly. But I definitely think being on a smaller boat contributed to the positive chemistry, and encouraged us to mingle more than we would have if we were on a big boat. Overall, the highlight of our trip!

  • 03-Mar-2018

    This was our first planned activity on our first trip to Vietnam, and it ended up being the absolute highlight of our trip. We appreciated the stops along the way to the departure location, for souvenir shopping at a workshop for disabled Vietnamese and a pearl farming center. We loved the small size of the boat compared with others we say 11-14 people on ours plus 5 crew. We loved the activities, including visiting caves, kayaking, squid fishing and cooking class. We loved having a top deck where we could socialize with the other travelers, enjoy the stunning scenery and have drinks. And we LOVED the food! It was plentiful and delicious. It was served family-style, with shared platters for each table. We made a point of rotating tables for each meal so our entire group could have a chance to get to know each other. The presentation was first-class flowers carved out of vegetables to adorn the shrimp cocktail. I know we got lucky with our group, made up of 3 different nationalities and with everyone getting along splendidly. But I definitely think being on a smaller boat contributed to the positive chemistry, and encouraged us to mingle more than we would have if we were on a big boat. Overall, the highlight of our trip!

  • 02-Mar-2018

    This was our first planned activity on our first trip to Vietnam, and it ended up being the absolute highlight of our trip. We appreciated the stops along the way to the departure location, for souvenir shopping (at a workshop for disabled Vietnamese) and a pearl farming center. We loved the small size of the boat compared with others we say (11-14 people on ours plus 5 crew). We loved the activities, including visiting caves, kayaking, squid fishing and cooking class. We loved having a top deck where we could socialize with the other travelers, enjoy the stunning scenery and have drinks. And we LOVED the food! It was plentiful and delicious. It was served family-style, with shared platters for each table. We made a point of rotating tables for each meal so our entire group could have a chance to get to know each other. The presentation was first-class (flowers carved out of vegetables to adorn the shrimp cocktail). I know we got lucky with our group, made up of 3 different nationalities and with everyone getting along splendidly. But I definitely think being on a smaller boat contributed to the positive chemistry, and encouraged us to mingle more than we would have if we were on a big boat. Overall, the highlight of our trip!

  • 26-Dec-2017

    This was my first time booking through Viator and I think it works by helping tour operators sell excess inventory - thats why the operators name isnt published. In this case we ended up with White Dolphin -it was certainly our fault for waiting until the last minute to book as it felt like we ended up on the reject boat.

    On the way there, we took a route that was 40mins longer than the one recommended by Google Maps. Why? So that we could do a mandatory 20 minute pit stop aka shopping stop at a giant souvenir complex. We were dropped off in the front and picked up in the back so that wed have to walk trough the entire thing. This added an hour to our trip and we arrived after 12.
    The following day at the end of the cruise, we docked at 11 but didnt leave until 12 because the incoming van of course had to do the shopping stop and take the long way.
    On the way back, we took the 3h40min route plus 25min stop this time for shopping, as opposed to the direct 3h route.
    Im sure many operators work this way, if I had a longer lead time I would have researched a company that didnt. Seeing that part of the entire operation was extremely off-putting.

    The service on the boat was generally bizarre, especially meal service. One plate per table brought out at a time with no explanation of what anything was.
    Most importantly, the food was pretty horrendous. This made me really sad because we just spent a week eating the most delicious Vietnamese food and every meal on the boat made me think of of the great Hanoi street food I could be eating instead.
    The poor vegetarian couple next to us had it even worse- most of their meals were potatoes and bread in some form. At breakfast when everyone got a large plate eggs, sausage, toast, melon they just got the toast and melon...the rest wasnt replaced with anything.
    Overall this part felt amateurish, as if this was the staffs first meals service together...not like a well run operation.

    My recommendation to other travelers is to research the tour company and book in advance.

  • 25-Dec-2017

    This was my first time booking through Viator and I think it works by helping tour operators sell excess inventory - thats why the operators name isnt published. In this case we ended up with White Dolphin -it was certainly our fault for waiting until the last minute to book as it felt like we ended up on the reject boat.

    On the way there, we took a route that was 40mins longer than the one recommended by Google Maps. Why? So that we could do a mandatory 20 minute pit stop aka shopping stop at a giant souvenir complex. We were dropped off in the front and picked up in the back so that wed have to walk trough the entire thing. This added an hour to our trip and we arrived after 12.
    The following day at the end of the cruise, we docked at 11 but didnt leave until 12 because the incoming van of course had to do the shopping stop and take the long way.
    On the way back, we took the 3h40min route plus 25min stop this time for shopping, as opposed to the direct 3h route.
    Im sure many operators work this way, if I had a longer lead time I would have researched a company that didnt. Seeing that part of the entire operation was extremely off-putting.

    The service on the boat was generally bizarre, especially meal service. One plate per table brought out at a time with no explanation of what anything was.
    Most importantly, the food was pretty horrendous. This made me really sad because we just spent a week eating the most delicious Vietnamese food and every meal on the boat made me think of of the great Hanoi street food I could be eating instead.
    The poor vegetarian couple next to us had it even worse- most of their meals were potatoes and bread in some form. At breakfast when everyone got a large plate eggs, sausage, toast, melon they just got the toast and melon...the rest wasnt replaced with anything.
    Overall this part felt amateurish, as if this was the staffs first meals service together...not like a well run operation.

    My recommendation to other travelers is to research the tour company and book in advance.

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