Lan Ha Bay – “The Forgotten Paradise” In Cat Ba
Well known as the second Ha Long Bay in the north, Lan Ha Bay (Cat Ba, Hai Phong) is distinguished by the spectacular beauty of about 400 dense and small islands of interesting shapes. Unlike Ha Long Bay, all the islands in Lan Ha Bay are covered with greenery, even if they are only very small islands.
In Lan Ha, there are 139 beautiful, clean sandy beaches. Many beaches spread between two rocky mountains, there are also a calm sea and small waves of ripples, which are attractive sites for tourists. In addition, for those who like to dive and watch the corals, they can choose the beaches of Van Boi and Van Ha.
To fully experience the beauty of the limestone islands and the majestic and poetic landscapes of Lan Ha Bay, you can choose kayak for transportation. Downstream from the clear water, the discovery of a bay by kayak will bring new perspectives, new emotions that cruise ships cannot bring you.
Located next to Ha Long Bay, Lan Ha still has its own beauty. Here you can explore the Luon Cave located on Bo Hon Island. With its steep cliffs, its four seasons of clear water and blue as a mirror, the Luon cave attracts tourists not only by its unique shape, but also by its natural charm.
Moreover, you can also explore Pineapple Island, also known as Island of the Apes. On the island, there are many wild pineapples. It is also a great place to swim with clear blue water and pure white sand from coral debris.
With a cool climate, visitors can travel to Lan Ha Bay anytime of the year. However, domestic tourists often visit Lan Ha Bay from April to October, while international visitors often visit Lan Ha from November to March.
The wild and beautiful landscape of Lan Ha Bay is nowhere to be found. Come here to discover our “paradise is forgotten”.