• Location: tp. Hạ Long, Vietnam
  • Duration: 3 days (approx.)
From USD $ 286.00 View price calendar

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Swap bustling Hanoi for Halong Bay and spend three days aboard the ‘Calypso Cruiser,’ a luxury cruise vessel. Visit Sung Sot Cave (Amazing Cave), Ti Top Island and Luon Cave; spend a day kayaking around Lan Ha Bay and to the beach of Ba Trai Dao islet; and enjoy activities including swimming, tai chi and cooking lessons. You’ll stay overnight in one of 12 deluxe cabins furnished in classic Vietnamese style, with fine dining provided.

Highlights

  • Halong Bay 3-day cruise aboard the Calypso Cruiser
  • Explore Luon Cave and Sung Sot Cave
  • Kayak around Lan Ha Bay with an experienced guide
  • Hike to the summit of Ti Top Island or swim at the beach
  • Join a Vietnamese cooking lesson with a professional chef
  • Enjoy fine dining and 2 nights’ accommodation in a deluxe cabin
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off included from Hanoi’s Old Quarter

What You Can Expect

3-Day Escape to Legendary Halong Bay on Calypso Cruiser from Hanoi

Tai Chi in the morning

Customer Reviews

William K

4 star rating: Recommended November 2015

A very nice tour. The boat only had 12 cabins so intimate and comfortable but not Lux. Scenery spectacular. Kayaking really fun. Nice caves. Monkeys seen claiming on the rocks. Staff very friendly and accommodating.

Marc R

4 star rating: Recommended November 2015

Very good service on the boat, restaurant, tour, cuisine lessins.

Jo W

1 star rating: I do not recommend this January 2017

This is the worst tour I have been on in 44 years. Friends recommended we take the 2 night/3 day tour as they had done the 1 night/2 day and found the harbour full of rubbish and terrible diesel pollution. We took the 2 night/3 day option. The Calypso was a wreck, the meals poor, the cabins dingy. The Christmas Eve dinner never eventuated and the meals were the same for lunch and dinner. The head bashing music from the Calypso and other boats was unavoidable. The Bay was full of rubbish, the diesel fumes from the hundreds of boats created terrible pollution to the point of breathing difficulty. The tender was unseaworthy, the staff on board had no interest in offering information or helping clients with the kayaks. They sat around smoking. This is a UNESCO World Heritage Site destroyed by uncontrolled tourism. On a positive note, out two guides were very kind and helpful.

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