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Bhaya Legend Cruise for 2 days - 1 night trip

Day 1: HANOI – HA LONG BAY
Depart from Hanoi to Ha Long Bay
Noon: Check-in at Bhaya Café, Ha Long City.
Embark on Bhaya Legend and enjoy a welcome cocktail while slowly sailing to Bai Tu Long Bay, passing the setting for the movie Indochine, Mat Quy and Am Tich Islets. Savor a delicious fresh seafood lunch on-board.
Bhaya Legend cruises on into Vung Vieng floating fishing village, nestled among the limestone peaks, unaffected by ocean waves or strong winds. Visit the village by kayak or small rowing boat to see the daily lives of the locals up close.
Swim or kayak the turquoise waters. Watch the sun slowly set amid the peaks of Ha Long Bay while cruising to the overnight the anchorage.
Candlelit set-menu dinner onboard, retire to your cabin.


Day 2: HA LONG BAY - HANOI
The crew will ready the vessel to sail to a destination of your choice. Choices include: sightseeing at Sung Sot Grotto; hiking up Titop Mountain or kayaking in a hidden lagoon.
Breakfast is served onboard. Bhaya Legend returns to Ha Long City at 11 am. Arrive in Hanoi at 3 pm.


  • Notes:
  • Cruise itinerary and schedule are subject to change due to weather, tide levels and operating conditions.
  • Swimming, kayaking or snorkeling excursions may be cancelled or replaced by biking or trekking tour on Cat Ba Island due to poor weather. Unused services are not subject to a refund.
  • Meals onboard are fusion: Vietnamese, seafood and international. Guests should advise any special food preferences, allergies or dietary requirements at least one (1) week prior to the cruise date.
  • Advance registration is required with full name, date of birth, nationality, gender, passport number and visa expiry date for all passengers. A valid passport is required upon check-in. Otherwise, boarding may be denied by port authority.

 

 Price: From $US 297 / pax

 

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