7:45 - 8:15 Pick up from your hotel or our office 03 Gia Ngu street 12:00 Arrival in Tuan Chau Island 12:45 Transfer to La Vela Pontoon 13:00 Welcome drinks, cruise information and check-in 13:15 - 14:45 Lunch is served at the restaurant 15:00 Visit Sung Sot Cave (1 hour) 16:00 - 17:00 Cruise along Halong Bay
Afternoon tea on the sundeck
Enjoy an afternoon spa treatment*
Kayaking * option in Tung Sau Pearl Farm or Luon Cave 17:00 – 17:45 Cooking demonstration on the sundeck
Anchor at Coconut Tree Island for overnight stay 17:45 - 18:45 Happy Hour on the sundeck* 19:15 Dinner is served at the restaurant 21:00 Happy Hour on the sundeck*
Enjoy a spa treatment*
Board games & darts
06:30 Tai Chi on the sundeck 07:00 Coffee & tea with freshly baked pastries in the restaurant 07:40 Visit Ti Top Island 08:45 - 09:15 Bill settlement and check out 09:00 Breakfast at the restaurant 10:10 Traditional Vietnamese Tea Ceremony 10:45 Return to Tuan Chau Marina 11:00 - 12:00
Light lunch is served at 1958 Restaurant. 12:15 - 12:30 Return to Hanoi
* Payable upon bill settlement and cabin checkout Program can be changed without prior notice
Inclusions & Options
Welcome drink, juice, tea and coffee in the morning
Entrance and sightseeing fees
English/French speaking guide onboard
Luxury cabin with Air-conditioning, private bathroom, hot water, shower, standing cabin
All meals mentioned above (01 lunch, 01 set menu dinner, 01 light breakfast and brunch)
Travel Insurance onboard
Tax and service charges
Shuttle bus two way transfer
Hotels, airport transfers
Optional requested services such as massages, beauty services, music performances, diving, barbeques and other specific wishes that can be made on prior request only
Drinks, tips, and personal expenses
All service that are not clearly mentioned in the inclusions list
More than 7 days prior to trip departure: No charge
7 days - 3 days before arrival: 50% charge
Less than 72 hours prior to check-in: 100% of total rate
No show: 100% of total rate
Questions & Answers
Halong Bay spreads on an area of approximately 1,553 km2 including 1,969 islets, most of which are limestone topped with thick jungle vegetation rising from the ocean.
Tuan Chau Island
The main entrance to the UNESCO World Heritage Site with an estimated population of 1,500.
Sung Sot Cave
Commonly known as Hang Sung Sot, it is the largest cave in Halong Bay. Discovered by a group of French explorers in the early 1900s, the cave is popular because of its panoramic views of the bay from the top.
A destination best for kayaking located on the north-eastern part of Bo Hon Island.
Tung Sau Pearl Farm
An area in Halong Bay dedicated to growing pearls and practicing a handicraft system based on Vietnamese traditional experience and Japanese technology.
Ti Top Island
Named after the Russian astronaut German Titov during his first visit to Halong Bay. The only beach in the bay with a 200-step path that leads to a spectacular view point of the majestic World Heritage Site.