Halong Bay has twice been recognized by UNESCO as a World Natural Heritage Area for its exceptional scenic beauty and one of the world’s greatest natural wonders. Visit our page you can view over 1000 photos of Halong Bay, Please see below for the Halong photo categories
Cat Ba island – Halong bay
Cat Ba is a pretty laid-back place most of the year and for climbers, kayakers and hikers it’s the launching pad for a swag of sweat-inducing activities. Between June and early August (and particularly on summer weekends) the energy level gets dialled up significantly as Cat Ba Town transforms into a roaring resort, filled with vacationing Vietnamese. This is peak season and hotel prices during this period can rocket.
Cong Tay island
Cong Tay Island is located in the core area of World Natural Heritage Site, Halong Bay. It belongs to Bai Tu Long Bay and is about 40 kilometers far from Bai Chay Tourist Wharf. It will take 30 minutes by speedboat to reach Cong Tay Island.
Lan Ha Bay
Geologically, Lan Ha is an extension of Halong Bay but sits in a different province of Vietnam. Around 200 species of fish, 500 species of mollusc, 400 species of arthropod, and numerous hard and soft coral live in the waters here, while larger marine animals in the area include seals and three species of dolphin.