On an overnight trip, it’s possible to take in the more famous landmarks, such as Hang Dau Go (the ‘Cave of Marvels’), with its extraordinary stalactites and stalagmites, and Hang Sung Sot (‘Cave of Awe’), famed for its phallic rock formation. But with two nights, you’ll have time to explore the more rarely visited eastern fringes, or venture further south to idyllic Lan Ha Bay, where many of the islands are fringed by exquisite white sand beaches. Whichever option you choose, superb landscape is guaranteed, along with opportunities to swim, lounge on deck, sunbathe or kayak and enjoy guided cycle or jungle treks on the larger islands. The following number among our favoured cruisers at Halong Bay. All operate to the highest international standards of safety and service, ensuring a matchless experience of Halong’s iconic landscapes.
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