Halong Bay Vietnam is a proud of Quang Ninh Province in particular and Vietnam in general. Halong is one of World New Seven Wonders and World Heritage Site.
Together with Nha Trang Bay, Halong is ranked as one of 29 most beautiful bays in the world.
A combination of environment, climate, geology and geomythology values over 500 million years makes Halong Bay Vietnam of a collection of biological green tropical rain-forests ecosystem and marine and coastal ecosystems with several sub-ecosystems.
According to statistics, Halong is limited to an area of 1553 square kilometers, including approximately 2000 islands, a majority of limestone islands. Meanwhile, Halong’s core area is 335 square kilometers, a dense settlement of 775 islands. Moreover, it has endemic species of 14 flora and 60 fauna discovered among a thousand of flora and fauna packed together on the bay.
With incomparable beauty, Halong Bay was listed as World Heritage Site in 1994. by UNESCO with its aesthetic values and recognized once again with its global outstanding values of geology and geomythology in the year 2000. Along with Nha Trang bay, Halong bay Vietnam is recognized as one of 29 most world beautiful bays.
Halong Bay Vietnam has a thousand of islands with countless shapes.
Visitors is attracted by the mysterious beauty of caves and grottos in Halong Bay.
Rocky monkeys are precious fauna species available on rocky mountains in Halong Bay.
Take an overnight sleeping cruise and enjoy an authentic experience of being a fisherman.
Joining in responsible travel activities such as : collecting rubbish, teaching English for children in the floating schools, and staying on a green bamboo boat without engines rowed by local fishermen….
The stunning natural beauty of caves and grottoes in Halong Bay.
Halong Bay Vietnam is chosen to organize big social-cultural events of Vietnam and the World.
Hanoi Eco Tour hope this article about Halong Bay Vietnam helps you some way to know more about the new seven wonders of nature: Halong Bay Vietnam – a must thing to do in Vietnam