Cruising in Ha Long Bay with Indochina Sails

The beauty of Halong Bay can only be appreciated with an up-close sail to the many islands, fjords, and inlets. Enjoy your meals aboard the junk with spectacular views of this UNESCO World Heritage Site. Backed by over 20 years’ experience hosting international guests on the tranquil waters of Halong Bay, Indochina Sails has set a new standard for luxury cruising. Its fleet of six newly built wooden junks is designed in time-honoured traditional style, with contemporary and luxurious cabins and facilities. What better way to experience the natural beauty and spectacular seascape of this UNESCO World Heritage site than on board an Indochina Sails junk!

The best time to cruise Halong Bay is during the dry season, from March to May and September to November. 

Cruising in Ha Long Bay with Indochina Sails at a glance
  • Day 1: Bai Chay Halong - Luon Cave - Titop Island - Luon Bo
  • Day 2: Vong Vieng
  • Day 3: Surprise Cave
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Day 1

On arrival at Bai Chay Halong pier, transfer by tender to the boat. Depart for Bai Tu Long Bay for the start of your cruise. Enjoy a Vietnamese or International set lunch. The boat will arrive at Luon Cave where you will have the option of a 40-minute kayaking program to Luon Cave and lagoon and surrounding waters or you have the option of discovering Luon Cave by Rolling Bamboo sampan.

The second stop will be made at Titop Island where you can enjoy the pristine beach. Tonight the boat will drop anchor at Luon Bo area.

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Day 2

Start the day with a Tai Chi session on the sundeck. Afterwards, transfer to a smaller boat to cruise to the untouched areas of this beautiful Bay. Continue to Vong Vieng floating fishing village where you will have the opportunity to enjoy a kayaking programme around the village.

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Day 3

Start the day with a Tai Chi session on the sundeck. The boat will arrive at Surprise Cave which is reached by tender. Tour the cave before returning to the mother boat for breakfast and more opportunities to admire the views. Depart for Bai Chay / Halong pier. End of your cruise and continue with your Vietnam adventure.

Highlights

Ha Long Bay

According to legend, the 3,000 limestone formations dotting Ha Long Bay are pearls, placed by a celestial dragon at the command of the Jade Emperor to halt an invasion

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Accommodation

Ha Long Bay, Superior Class
Indochina Sails

Backed by over 20 years’ experience hosting international guests on the tranquil waters of Halong Bay, Indochina Sails has set a new standard for luxury cruising.

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