HALONG BAY

A magical landscape of thousands of small and large limestone islands that rise dramatically from the calm green waters - Halong Bay is unquestionably one of Vietnam's main attractions and for good reason

Board a classic boat and be transported into a imaginary world, cruising between cavernous caves, hidden beaches and floating fishing villages complete with small schools bobbing on the water.

When traveling to Vietnam with Topas you get:

Quality

Topas is with you all the way, we have as the only Danish travel agency, own offices, hotels and logistics in Vietnam and it for 20 years.

Service

Topas in Denmark and Vietnam deliver a high level of service, from thorough departure information, direct contact while you are traveling and until you are well back in Denmark.

Guarantee

As a traveler with Topas, your journey is covered by the Travel Guarantee Fund. Topas is also a member of the Danish Travel Agency Association

Day tour or mini cruise - Halong or Lan Ha Bay

Take a day tour to Halong Bay or overnight Halong Bay cruise with Topas Travel and you will experience the most quiet areas including Bai Tu Long and Lan Ha which have all the same adventurous scenery of the more well-known routes, but with far less tourists.  Enjoy magical sunsets, then rise early and ease yourself into the day with a sunrise tai chi class on the deck.

UNESCO World Heritage Site

Active travellers can opt for exploring Halong Bay by kayak, which make the majestic towering limestone cliffs seem even more dramatic when experienced from water-level.

Another top destination on a Hanoi to Halong Bay tour is Cat Ba Island. Trek in its jungled with a chance to spot some wildlife at close hand, including the extremely rare and endangered Cat Ba Langur. Get to the top along the many climbing routes in stunning Butterfly Valley, or simply go to the beach to relax.

History buffs on a Halong Bay day cruise can head for Cannon Fort which also offers splendid views, while Hospital Cave takes visitors back to a time when the caves contained patient wards and an surgery ward carved in the rock.

Halong Bay Vietnam is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.