LAN HA BAY

Contrary to common knowledge, Ha Long is actually made up of three separate bays: Ha Long, Bai Tu Long and Lan Ha Bay. The southernmost of the triplet, Lan Ha Bay, is comprised of over four-hundred islets with secluded sandy beaches; however, unlike the majority of Ha Long, Lan Ha has retained a more pristine environment and higher exclusivity by avoiding substantial tourist attention.

Three Peaches (Ba Trai Dao)

Three Peaches is arguably the most stunning beach in the whole complex of Ha Long Bay. Stretching an impressive 22km from North to South Bai Chay, Three Peach-shaped mountains also run adjacent to the coast. The name of this island derives from its shape which in turn inspired a legend that has withstood the test of time. From this beach guests can enjoy swimming, kayaking and sunbathing.

Viet Hai Village

This ancient village reflects a unique cultural heritage specific to the Lan Ha region. Isolated from the rest of the world for centuries, the architecture and culture developed independently, creating a fascinatingly charming setting that is still possible to see today in the form of remaining infrastructure.The buildings here were constructed with simple methods using local bamboo, wood, leaves and soil. This village is best accessed by bike.

Cat Ba National Park

This famous cultural phenomenon is the biggest of the four fDiscover the wonders of Cat Ba Island – Lan Ha’s most iconic resident. This tropical oasis is the largest landmass in the Ha Long Bay complex, stretching over an area more than 200km2. Officially recognized by UNESCO as a World Biosphere Reserve, Cat Ba is famous for its limestone mountains, extensive cave systems, tropical forests and casual island lifestyle fishing villages.

Bat Cave (Light & Dark Cave)

Having formed by geologic processes over millions of years, these caves display stark contrasts in the natural artistry produced by this magical bay. These stunning limestone structures provide an important natural habitat for the local species and surrounding the lakes penned in by towering fig trees, orchids and limestone walls. Kayaks and swimming are the best ways to access and explore this attraction.

LAN HA BAY

Contrary to common knowledge, Ha Long is actually made up of three separate bays: Ha Long, Bai Tu Long and Lan Ha Bay. The southernmost of the triplet, Lan Ha Bay, is comprised of over four-hundred islets with secluded sandy beaches; however, unlike the majority of Ha Long, Lan Ha has retained a more pristine environment and higher exclusivity by avoiding substantial tourist attention.

Lan Ha ’s iconic resident, Cat Ba island, is the largest landmass in the Ha Long Bay complex, stretching over an area more than 200km2. Officially recognized by UNESCO as a World Biosphere Reserve, Cat Ba is famous for its limestone mountains, extensive cave systems, tropical forests and casual island lifestyle. The mountainous landscape offers incredible views to any would-be hikers, with Ngu Lam Peak standing as the ultimate panoramic money-shot. Due to the geography of Cat Ba, a hike never finishes far from a beach, providing for the perfect cool-down


Three Peaches (Ba Trai Dao)

Three Peaches is arguably the most stunning beach in the whole complex of Ha Long Bay. Stretching an impressive 22km from North to South Bai Chay, Three Peach-shaped mountains also run adjacent to the coast. The name of this island derives from its shape which in turn inspired a legend that has withstood the test of time. From this beach guests can enjoy swimming, kayaking and sunbathing

 


Viet Hai Village

This ancient village reflects a unique cultural heritage specific to the Lan Ha region. Isolated from the rest of the world for centuries, the architecture and culture developed independently, creating a fascinatingly charming setting that is still possible to see today in the form of remaining infrastructure. The buildings here were constructed with simple methods using local bamboo, wood, leaves and soil. This village is best accessed by bike.


Cat Ba National Park

Discover the wonders of Cat Ba Island – Lan Ha’s most iconic resident. This tropical oasis is the largest landmass in the Ha Long Bay complex, stretching over an area more than 200km2. Officially recognized by UNESCO as a World Biosphere Reserve, Cat Ba is famous for its limestone mountains, extensive cave systems, tropical forests and casual island lifestyle.

Bat Cave (Light & Dark Cave)

Explore one of the most curious attractions in the whole bay – the famous light and dark cave. Having formed by geologic processes over millions of years, these caves display stark contrasts in the natural artistry produced by this magical bay. These stunning limestone structures provide an important natural habitat for the local species and surrounding the lakes penned in by towering fig trees, orchids and limestone walls. Kayaks and swimming are the best ways to access and explore this attraction.