Vung Vieng floating village
This floating village of about 50 families has a population between 200 and 300 residents, including almost 100 children.

These families have lived in this village for generations. The village is a "floating village” with no structures built on land. Traditionally, income for food and potable water (imported from the mainland) came solely from fishing. Now tourism provides an additional source of income.
Their floating houses look spacious and clean. One community house is where villagers come to have meetings. This is also the place where tourists stop over to buy traditional handmade items.
It is interesting to see the lively children going to “school”. Their bustling calls and the sound of their oars breaking water enliven the atmosphere of the quiet bay. Looking at the small boats driven by tiny oars and the radiant faces of the children going to school, one feels confident in a bright future for the fishing village.

Bai Tu Long bay
Bai Tu Long Bay is a long string of islands which was created when the entire limestone plateau sank below sea level. It lies in Quang Ninh Province just north of the beautiful Ha Long Bay region. It has little tourist infrastructure which makes getting around a bit tougher, but this is more than compensated for by the stunning scenery and less pollution.
Sung Sot cave (Surprising cave)
Ascending to the grotto, the way is covered by trees and foliage, and consists of great paved stone blocks.
Inside, it is partitioned into two chambers; the first one being similar to a wide theatre hall. Many strangely shaped stalactites hang from the high ceiling.
A narrow passage leads to the second room, where a flow of light meets visitors. The chamber is so immense it could contain thousands of people at one time.
At the deepest point of the grotto, a "royal garden" appears with a clear pond and a seemingly fascinating landscape of mountains. Many birds and plants (benjamin figs, cycads and centenary banyan trees) live here. On fine days groups of monkeys might arrive in search of fruit.




Day 1 Ha Noi - Bai Tu Long bay (Meals: L,D)

8h00 Hanoi (Ha Noi) Eternity Hotel pickup with our shuttle bus. Short break half way
11h30 Arrive Halong Bay, welcome drinks. Check in to your cabin and set sail through the Bay while lunch is served
14h30 Visiting Vung Vieng floating village located in Bai Tu Long bay by kayak or local rowing  boat
16h00 Drop anchor in the calm water surrounded by beautiful islets for swimming and snorkeling
17h00 Enjoy the complimentary sunset party on the sundeck with local wine and fresh fruits.
17h30 Join Cooking class
19h00 Dinner is served in the restaurant
21h00 Retire to your cabin or join the fishing excursion, watch a movie, have a drink at the bar, internet access or play exciting games. 
Overnight on board
Day 2 Bai Tu Long bay - Ha Long - Ha Noi (Meals: B,L)

7h30 Breakfast, coffee and tea served, while sailing to Sung Sot cave
8h30 Drop anchor to explore Sung Sot cave (Surprising cave)
9h30 Back to our boat, relax before checking out
10h30 Lunch is served on board
11h45 Disembark at the harbor, Halong city. Take our shuttle bus to return to Hanoi
16h00 Arrival back at your Eternity hotel. Tour ends.

PRICE: Contact us for more detail



Full furnished deluxe en-suite cabin with A/C, hot water
All meals on board (02 Lunches, 01dinner, 01 breakfast)
Complimentary morning tea and coffee
Complimentary bottled water in the room
Welcome drink
Cookery demonstrations
Entrance and sightseeing fees
Local rowing boat
Fishing equipment, movie, exciting games
English speaking guide
Shuttle bus (round trip)
Fruits and local wine party
Internet access
On board insurance, tax and service charges


Taxes, Beverages
Personal expenses
All services and items not mentioned specifically in the list above
Tips for boat crew & tour guide

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