Route tour: Hanoi- Halong- Hoa Lu – Tam Coc

NOTED: Itinerary is very flexible . you can change it in last minute



Day 1 : Hanoi- Arrival (Meals :L) Lunch at local restaurant

Day 2 : Hanoi- Halong Bay (Meals:B/L) Lunch at local restaurant

Day 3: Halong Bay- Thien Cung Cave – Hanoi (Meals:B/L) Seafood Lunch  on boat

Day 4: Hanoi – Tam Coc- Bich Dong Pagoda (Meals:B/L) Lunch at local restaurant

Day 5 :Hanoi – Departure (Meal: B)



Day 1 : Hanoi- Arrival (Meals :L) Lunch at local restaurant

Arrival Noi Bai international airport, meet up our tour guide and transfer to city Centre for

city tour. Visit Ho Chi Minh’s Complex includes Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum (closed on Monday & Friday and every afternoon),one pillar pagoda. Visit Hoan Kiem Lake and shopping at Dong Xuan market and Hanoi Old Quarter.

Accommodation at hotel in Hanoi

Day 2 : Hanoi- Halong Bay (Meals:B/L) Lunch at local restaurant

Breakfast at the hotel.

After breakfast, visit Vietnam Ethnology Museum, Temple of Literature.Lunch at local restaurant. After lunch, depart Hanoi to Ha Long Bay by road through the rich farmlands of the Red River Delta and the scenery of rice fields, water buffalos and everyday Vietnamese village life on both side. Upon Halong bay, check in hotel.

Accommodation at hotel in Halong city

Day 3: Halong Bay- Thien Cung Cave – Hanoi (Meals:B/L) Seafood Lunch  on boat

After  breakfast at hotel , we arrive at Tuan Chau wharf, welcome by crew team and we start enjoying 4hours boat trip.

Our lunch time ends is the time we walk into the Thien Cung cave (Heaven Palace cave) to seethousands of stalactites and stalagmites colored by hundreds of neon lights. After that, we are backto the boat for cruising along the World Nature Heritage part to see the Incense Bowl islet, Cockfighting islets Sail islet, Turtle island…. we finish our boat trip and back to Hanoi.  Lunch on boat in Halong Bay

Accommodation at hotel in Hanoi

Day 4: Hanoi – Tam Coc (Meals:B/L) Lunch at local restaurant

Breakfast at your hotel . Drive to visit the famous Tam Coc Caves (110 km south), also called “the Dry Halong Bay” and row a sampan along the limestone rocks lying on rice fields and forming a landscape similar to that in Guilin, China. Have a lunh at local restaurant. After lunch keep continue to visit Bich Dong Pagoda– very beautiful place in French film “ Indochine “  and Shopping near Tam Coc.

Back to Hanoi about 18:00

Accommodation at hotel in Hanoi

Day 5 :Hanoi – Departure (Meal: B)

Breakfast at hotel.. Leisure time for shopping until transfer to airport for your flight. Time to say goodbye and see you again!`




Tour included:

  • Private tour
  • Private transport
  • Accommodation in Hanoi and Halong city
  • Private boat in Halong Bay
  • Private boat in Tam coc
  • Meals as mention in itinerary
  • English speaking tour guide
  • Entrance tickets
  • Free bottle water 01/person/day
  • Meal in program: B = Breakfast,L = Lunch, D = Dinner

Tour excluded:

  • Personal fee
  • Beverage
  • Visa
  • Flight ticket
  • Tip for tour guide and driver
  • Other not clear above



  • A child under 5 years old are FOC, sharing room with parents.
  • A child from 5 to 09 years old are charged 75 %, sharing room with parents.
  • A child from 10 years old full of charge.

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