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2-Day Halong Bay Tour with Optional Hanoi Transfer by Bus

Highlights
  • Explore Halong Bay at your leisure on a 2-day cruise 
  • Witness a sunrise and sunset at the UNESCO-listed landscape 
  • Partake in activities such as fishing and cooking between tours 
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2-Day Halong Bay Tour with Optional Hanoi Transfer by Bus
From US$170,00
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Deluxe Cabin & No Transfer
Join Bhaya Cruises for a 2-day cruise in Halong Bay with 1 night stay in our charming & classic Deluxe Cabin. 04 meals included. Daily departure at Bhaya Cruise Center - Tuan Chau Marina - Halong.
From US$170,00
Premium Cabin & No Transfer
Halong Bay cruise for 2 day staying in Premium cabin with spacious room, luxurious facilities and private balcony. 04 meals included. Departure at Bhaya Cruise Ceter - Tuan Chau Marina - Halong.
From US$185,00
Terrace Suite & No Transfer
2 day Halong Bay cruise trip staying in Terrace Suite Cabin with large space, luxurious facilities and private balcony. 04 meals included. Departure at Bhaya Cruise Center - Tuan Chau Marina - Halong.
From US$249,00
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Overview
One day to explore Halong Bay is simply not enough. Discover the UNESCO World Heritage Site at leisure during a 2-day cruise from Ha Long. Staying on board overnight means you’ll see the sun set and rise over the bay. Partake in activities such as squid fishing or a cooking class, and stop off at caves and traditional villages throughout the cruise. Accommodation, refreshments, and select meals are included. Upgrade for the convenience of hotel pickup and drop-off.
What to Expect

Day 1:
At a designated meeting point in Ha Long, you’ll embark your cruise liner and receive an overview of your 2-day itinerary. The first stop is Tien Ong Cave, an archaeological site replete with stalactites and stalagmites.  

Following a tour of the cave, you’ll have the option to prepare authentic Vietnamese cuisine during a cooking class, before you sit down to a set menu dinner on board.

Before bed, you’ll have the option to go squid fishing.

Day 2:
Choose to start the day with a rejuvenating Tai Chi lesson on deck before a light breakfast. Spend the morning exploring the floating villages of Cua Van, choosing to explore by kayak or row boat.

Relax over a leisurely brunch as the boat floats through Halong Bay shrouded in the morning mist. Catch a glimpse of islets and caves such as Lom Bo, Soi SIm, Hoa Cuong, and Ba Hang before returning to your original departure point.  

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1 - 5 of 142 reviews

Reviewed 3 days ago
Short and sweet

We booked Premium Cabin with transfer. The staff are very accommodating where we had to reschedule our pickup time and place during our departure time due to the delay of train to Hanoi. I think due to low season, only 4 visitor on the board....More

Thank chae S
Reviewed 6 days ago
Great 2 day trip!

A friend and I did an overnight trip on the Bhaya Classic and it was a great night! The staff were very friendly and remembered our names. It was my birthday and my friend had informed them and they had gone above and beyond by...More

1  Thank janpanchalingam
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Perfect way to see Halong Bay

My husband and i were picked up from the Hilton Hotel at 7:30am to start making our way to Halong Bay. Not realising the drive from Hanoi to Halong Bay was roughly 3.5hrs on our way we stopped mid way at a souvenir/workshop to stretch...More

Thank Amie S
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Overnight Halong Bay Tour

What a great experience this tour was!!! Our cruise manager Kevin was really informative, polite and courteous to all passengers on board, whilst making the time to come to the couples/groups individually. Iris the receptionist was also fantastic, always happy and full of information from...More

1  Thank Fabrice T
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Eric

The trip was really worth it‘s money. Nice boat, super friendly staff (even though their English was sometimes hard to understand) and stunning views. Altogether an unforgettable trip. The crew did all to make the experience of the boat trip as comfortable as possible and...More

Thank SamoStuttgart
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ppsa77
13 May 2018|
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Response from jmaple | Reviewed this property |
I've never been there at that time of the year but I suspect it would be cool to cold. Would be worthwhile to check the internet for average monthly temperatures. The downside of cooler temps is that you won't want to sit... More
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