• Overnight Cruise on Sunlight Legend Junk in Ha Long Bay

    Overnight Cruise on Sunlight Legend Junk in Ha Long Bay

    Ha Long Bay, in northeast Vietnam, is known for its emerald waters and thousands of towering limestone islands topped by rainforests. Junk boat tours and sea kayak expeditions take visitors past islands named for their shapes, including Stone Dog, Swan and Teapot islets. The region is popular for scuba diving, rock climbing and hiking, particularly in mountainous Cát Bà National Park. Let's set out a lovely and wonderful cruise in World natural Heritage with Sunglight Legend
  • Rock Climbing and DWS On Cat Ba Island

    Rock Climbing and DWS On Cat Ba Island

    Blue Swimmer Outdoor in Catba island has organized rock climbing tours in Catba and Lan Ha bay. You can book a daily tour for easy climber or experienced climber at BSA office at 237 Cai Beo Str; Catba or contact us via WhatsApp: + 84 912 555 208
  • UNESCO recognises Ha Long Bay - Cat Ba Archipelago as World Natural Heritage

    UNESCO recognises Ha Long Bay - Cat Ba Archipelago as World Natural Heritage

    Ha Long Bay - Cat Ba Archipelago Ha Long Bay, in the Gulf of Tonkin, includes some 1,600 islands and islets, forming a spectacular seascape of limestone pillars. The extension of the property comprises a multitude of limestone islands and towering limestone pillars rising from the sea, with eroded notches, arches and caves creating a picturesque and beautiful landscape. Seven key ecosystem types are found here and the area is home to threatened endemic species such as the Cat Ba Langur (Trachypithecus poliocephalus), the Cat Ba Tiger Gecko (Goniurosaurus Catbaensis), and the Asian Small-clawed Otter (Aonyx cinerea).
  • Phu Long Mangrove Forest

    Phu Long Mangrove Forest

    Mangrove forest in Phu Long village is forest areas composed of many mangrove trees that live in coastal saline waters in the tropics and subtropical regions where other plants are difficult to grow. Most of these areas are exposed when the tide is low and flooded when the tide rises. Due to these harsh conditions, only some mangrove trees with their characteristics can be adapted.
  • Catba Natural Park - World Heritage Site

    Catba Natural Park - World Heritage Site

    Cát Bà National Park is a World Heritage Site designated as a biosphere reserve in northern Vietnam. The park is part of Cát Bà Island in Hạ Long Bay and is administered by the city of Haiphong. C at Ba's beautiful national park is home to 32 species of mammal, including most of the world's 65 remaining golden-headed langurs, the world's most endangered primate.
Tripadvisor reviews

“Relaxing, enjoyable, romantic!”

I don’t know where to start! This trip was truly memorable. Blue Swimmer from the first email were so helpful and efficient at organising our trip. We met both Minh and Bing, tour guides that speak great English and are good fun to be around and will make your visit special and informative too. Bing was our tour guide on an overnight tour and he was faultless! The boat we stayed on was basic but had everything you needed for a comfy stay. Kayaks were in good condition and Bing found secluded, quiet places to enjoy Lan Ha bay away from other tourists. We would never have found them on our own. The sunset views are spectacular. The seafood was very tasty and cooked perfectly. There was so much food, you won’t go hungry and drinks on tap recommend this tour, enjoy…..

Rachel R (Sydney, Australia)
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