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Experience Kayaking In Lan Ha Bay - Vietnam Travel Guide

Soak up the sun and sea, enjoy seafood specialties attractive, play with monkeys and kayak through the small island is what you can experience in the famous Lan Ha Bay of Hai Phong.


Lan Ha Bay


It takes only 30 minutes by boat from Cat Ba Island; tourists will be attracted by the amazing beauty of green trees and vegetation in Lan Ha Bay. Along with the color of the crystal sea, this place is like a sparkling green jewel of the Northeast. The island features Doi islet, Guoc islet, stalactite caves similar to those in Ha Long Bay such as Ham Rong cave, Do Cung, Ca cave…



Inside Lan Ha Bay, scattered sandy beaches beneath the rocks form discreet and beautiful 'Green Channel'. Under clear blue water, the colorful coral island islocated from the Cu Island and Monkey Island. This is an ideal place for those who like to collect pictures of interesting natural beauty.


Kayaking in Lan Ha Bay


In the course of exploring Lan Ha Bay, Cat Dua Island is a must-see stop. Not only does it have the ideal beach location, the Island also impresses visitors with the adorable monkeys, which are always ready to tease every visitor.
The selection of kayaks to explore Lan Ha Bay will bring new experiences that cruise ships can not. Wriggled through the small islands and caves, kayak boat takes you to the foot of mountains to see vivid scenes of the underwater world in the blue sea and under sparkling sun.


Kayaking in Lan Ha Bay


It would be perfect if you spend a day in the journey to take part in fishermen activities and explore fishermen daily life. You should take part in fishing, seining, squid, leaving all the electronic equipments for the carefree living with them, singing with coastal residents. There’s nothing as interesting as the taste of grilled seafood caught by yourself, and the stories of fishermen about fishing season and the tide.

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