Bai Tu Long bay
Bai Tu Long bay is located next
to famous World Heritage Halong. Occupying three-quarters of the
Halong Bay area, Bai Tu Long Bay is one of the three triangular
peaks of the World Natural Heritage. Bai Tu Long Bay is
different from the rest of the World Natural Heritage. In Halong
Bay over four hundred boats bring thousands of tourists each day
so hundreds of tourists converge on the same place at the same
time. At Sung Sot Cave you are likely to encounter 6 or 7 other
groups of tourists in the chamber making it difficult to hear
your tour guide’s talk about the geological value of the cave
and how it was formed.
Contrastingly Bai Tu Long Bay will charm you with its wild beauty with stone mountains, caves, long sandy beach, corals, forests, mangrove forests and lovely fishing village – and few tourists. It is rare to find a place on Halong Bay that is as packed full of aesthetic beauty, biodiversity, and culture as Bai Tu Long Bay – an outdoor museum where more than 340 millions years of history is stored and conserved with places such as: Da Xep Park, Ang Cong Dam, Thien Canh Son Cave, Quan Lan Island, and Vung Vieng fishing village...
To enjoy your time in Bai Tu Long Bay, kayaking is one of the best choices. This is a really good way to have a close glimpse of charming vivid islets and observe fully the life of people living in floating village. Apart from travelling by boat, you can also enjoy an enjoyable bicycle ride watching insightful dense forests on the islands. The beautiful beaches around the Bay are definitely perfect places for ones who obsessed with swimming and surfing.