If you’re coming to Halong Bay, try to visit from March to May or September to November. You’ll have a better chance of enjoying sunny skies and pleasant temperatures. At other times of the year, downpours or heavy mist are likely to occur, and tropical storms can sometimes cause cruise cancellations. However, if you’re on the water during this time you can experience a more mystical side of Halong Bay, with its famous karsts shrouded in mist. Temperatures in January can be frigid, so be sure to bring warm layers.
Halong Bay - a natural heritage recognized by UNESCO - is the ideal destination for domestic and foreign tourists with thousands of spectacular nature scenery from limestone islands, and islets to emerald green bay water flow.
Ha Long is a unique heritage that kept important traces in the process of formation and development of Earth's history and is the cradle of the civilization of ancient Vietnamese. Besides, Halong Bay is also home to biodiversity with thousands of distinguished flora and fauna.
Halong Bay features magnificent limestone islands, islets and beautiful caves. Those including unique islets like Trong Mai islet, Dragon islet, Swan islet, Human head Islet... and beautiful caves be told with many legends such as Thien Cung cave, Dau Go cave, Sung Sot cave, Trinh Nu, Tam Cung...
The best choice to take in all the beauty of Halong bay is taking a cruise trip to discover all the islands, caves, and floating villages. Watching the glorious sunset and sunrise among the splendid Halong's limestone mountains is a thing you should do once in a lifetime.