Kayaking in Halong & Lan Ha bay
4 Days | From US$ 510
4 Days | From US$ 510 Request This Tour
Activities: Kayaking
Tour duration: 4-day tours with 2-day kayaking in Ha Long bay
Country: Vietnam
Rating customer: Base on 3 review - Excellent 5.0
Route: Hanoi - Halong Bay - Sung Sot cave - Van chai - Dark Cave - Ba Tra Dao Lagoon - Lan Ha bay - Ho Ba Ham - Halong - Hanoi
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Cruising and kayaking are must-dos in Halong bay, Vietnam. With ActiveTravel Asia program and our modern kayaking equipment,we are challenging you with real kayaking adventure with 2 days kayaking and up to 5-6 hours paddling each day. This true physical challenge is offer you unique chance to show up your speed and maneuverability while the kayaks lead us to access the open sea, hidden lagoons and limestone caves that are nearly unable to touch by any other means. You will expect to paddle among islets, visit hidden caves, lagoons, unspoiled beaches, floating fishing village and talk with local fishman.  

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