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Size : 12 m2 Max Adults: 2
Bed size: Double/TwinShow more
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- Day 1: Hanoi - Hon Gai Harbor - Bai Tu Long Bay - Thien Canh Son Cave
7.30 – 8.00: Optional pick up at your hotel in Hanoi’s Old Quarter area.
12.00 – 12.30: Embark at Hon Gai International harbor.
12.30 – 13.00: Check-in, enjoy welcome drink & cruise briefing.
13.30 – 15.00: Have lunch while cruising to magnificent Bai Tu Long bay; admire the fascinating formations on the way.
15.15 – 15.40: Explore the well- hidden Thien Canh Son cave.
15.45 – 18:00: Enjoy relaxing on a white sandy beach at Hon Co island, swimming or kayaking.
18:00 – 19.00: Back to junk for cooking class before having dinner on board.
20.00 – 21.00: Relax, enjoy fresh air & overnight on board.
Meals: L, D
- Day 2: Vung Vieng Village - Hon Gai Harbor - Hanoi
07.30 – 08.00: Morning view of Bay’s landscape with a cup of tea or coffee. Have breakfast in the fresh air.
08.30 – 09.30: Visit Vung Vieng fishing village by a rustic row-boat.
10.00: Check out of the cabin. Start cruising towards the harbor while an A la carte lunch is served.
11.45 – 12.00: Disembark. Drive to Yen Duc village in Dong Trieu province.
14.00 – 14.30: Enjoy water puppet show performed by local artists.
14.45 – 17.30: Arrive in Hanoi. Trip ends.
Meals: B, L
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9.2Based on 6 reviews
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14 Jun 2018
Myself and my wife went on this cruise as part of our honeymoon itinerary. Red Dragon was selected for us by our travel agent. I guess the fact that the boat sleeps only 4 couples is a plus as you will not have loads of people on board whizzing around and round a table and during activities the fact that the boat is not loaded with people makes it easier to interact and make new friends. Although the weather for us was not so good, the crew always tried to make the best out of it to keep us entertained. Cai the barman (and a bit of everything else) is a very friendly guy, always smiling and ready to give a 5 star service. Mr T, the 5 star guide, was also very helpful and entertaining with his stories. The food in general was very good and well presented. Cocktails made by Cai were also very well made. The room was clean and the styling was very nice. The views in halong bay are spectacular.
26 May 2018
Fantastic trip with incredible scenery and amazing staff, enjoyed the beach bbq and teaching my friend Cai how to play football
04 May 2018
Amazing trip to enjoy the scenery of Ha Long and Bai Tu Long Bay with the friendly staff and crew of the Red Dragon with the IndoChina Junk tours. Mr. Cai and Mr. T. took personal care of all the guests on this small but well stocked boat. The many events and activities kept us busy - kayaking, touring caves, barbecue on the beach and a sunset sail. The food is exceptionally good and plentiful. The cabins are comfortable and provide all the essentials. Our tour was amazing.
30 Mar 2018
We were a group of 5 couples and were lucky the boat just had 5 cabins so we had the boat to ourselves. This was my second time for the Red Dragon Junk and I wasn’t disappointed. The boat is a little dated but spotless, great water pressure and even had wifi. The food was amazing and our guide Mr T and Cai took excellent care of us. Thanks for a great time Mr T and Cai!
09 Mar 2018
We had a really great trip on the Red Dragon Junk with Mr T our guide. The scenery was amazing - a must do trip for anyone visiting Vietnam. The boat was nice - only five cabins so small - enjoyable taking to fellow travellers. Mr T gave a nice introduction to the sights, very courteous and helpful. Food excellent. Cabin and bar staff great. Issues for the Vietnamese authorities to address are (i) the terrible road from Hanoi to Ha Long Bay. Traffic and driving insane; and (ii) litter floating in Ha Long Bay. Not enough to spoil the trip by any means, but for a UNESCO world heritage site to have plastic and garbage floating in the sea and on the shores of the islands is less than ideal.