01 Day - Blue Lagoon and Wonder Explorer
Updated: 1/9/2018 | 7:14:46 AM
Rugged, craggy and jungle-clad Cat Ba, the largest island in Halong Bay, has experienced a tourism surge in recent years. The central hub of Cat Ba Town is now framed by a chain of low-rise concrete hotels along its once-lovely bay, but the rest of the island is largely untouched and as wild as ever. With idyllic Lan Ha Bay just offshore you'll soon overlook Cat Ba Town's development
Highlights of this Trip:
+ Somptuous and delicous seafood lunch.
+ Knowledgeable and friendly local guide.
+ Enjoy a nice trekking tour through the jungle and a beautiful cruise aboard a traditional sailboat
+ Discover one of the national parks with highest biodiversity in Vietnam
+ Visit a village within the jungle with a rural vibe and friendly people.
+ Venture off the beaten paths in Catba jungle and Lan Ha bay like no Other
Our local guide meets you at the hotel at 07:30 Am then enjoy a scenic drive across lovely and lush island road to the entrance of Catba National Park. Enjoy various types of fauna and flora in the 4 hour trekking through national park leading to Viet Hai village, a small village nested in the heart of jungle. It's time to stroll around the village before enjoying the biking tour Viethai harbour to embark on our classic sailboat. A somptuous seafood lunch will served on boat. This is a great chance to the best part of Lan Ha bay, blue lagoons, fishing farms and floating villages. You will have an excellent insight into the life on water, the tradtion and culture of local fishmen. Return to Ben Beo pier around 05h30. Get picked up by our private car car and driver to take you back to your hotel. End of our service.
If you would like to stay at authentic local homestay rather than a boring hotel in Catba town, please do let us know as soon as poosible, we will arrange it for you accordingly to make your holidays in Vietnam as memorable as possible. Please feel free to contact us at anytime, we're more than happy to assist you
Almost half of Cat Ba Island (with a total area of 354 sq km) and 90 sq km of the adjacent waters were declared a national park in 1986 to protect the island’s diverse ecosystems and biodiversity. Most of the coastline consists of rocky cliffs, but there are some sandy beaches and tiny fishing villages hidden away in small coves.
Lakes, waterfalls and grottoes dot the spectacular limestone hills, the highest rising 332m above sea level. The island’s largest body of water is Ech Lake (3 hectares). Sails of Indochina is more than happy to take you venture off the beaten tracks like no Other in Catba island and on Lan Ha and Halong bay while enjoying the stunning seascapes, lovely sailboat and excellent food.
(Source: Luxury Travel Co., LTD - Vietnam)