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Exciting Experience With Kayaking Halong Bay


Exciting Experience With Kayaking Halong Bay

By Amelia Melling

Kayak is a relatively small and narrow boat. It is controlled completely by human power. This kind of boat is designed to be manually pushed by hand paddle. This boat is mainly used for tourism. The maximum capacity of a boat is 2 people. Initially, you may not know how to kayak and fear that you will be overturned or rowed improperly, then the boat will not slip away. However, after being thoroughly instructed heartily, visitors will be able to fully control their boat. Otherwise, there will be professional boating crews and visitors can just sit back and enjoy the scenery of the Bay. It is safe to go kayaking in Halong because the water of this area is so calm. However, there are some dangerous areas that tourists need to note. The Kayak experience on Ha Long Bay is often a guideline and is essential for those who are involved in this activity.

The destinations to explore Halong by kayak 
1. Thien Cung Cave 
The kayaking Halong Bay journey will be started by the visit to Thien Cung Cave. It can be said that it is one of the most beautiful caves in Ha Long Bay. Thien Cung cave is nearly 10.000m2, it has a complex structure, many levels with high ceilings and walls. In the cave, everywhere, there are countless stalactites and stalagmites with unique shapes. From the ceiling, each cluster of stalactites pours down creating the curtain stone fanciful. Of course, you can not row kayaks in the cave but you need to pile the boat outside as instructed by the leader and climb into the cave. It has many stalactites hanging from the ceiling with strange shapes and the light system is installed to create a sense of mystery. Feeling the mystery of the mountains, the limestone caves will bring you the novelty, worth the effort you sail to come here.

2. Cua Van fishing village 
Then, you will continue kayaking in Halong and discover the life of people in Cua Van fishing village. This is the largest floating village in Ha Long Bay. Cua Van fishing village has been listed on the travel website as one of 16 most beautiful ancient villages in the world (2012). The criteria for selecting the villages that appear on this list are ancient, graceful and preserving traditional culture. has chosen Cua Van because of the convergence of these three most important elements. It has long been inhabited and the population has passed 300 households. Their life and daily activities are very special. It all happened right on the water. And there is no difficulty as we often think. Now, it is available for all the facilities in the fishing village of Ha Long Bay, from electricity, soft drinks, classes,... People consider the boat and the sea is home. Children from 4 to 5 years know how to paddle. Many visitors prefer to sail to the rafts to see the daily activities of fishermen, from how to knit nets, remove nets, feeding fish, cooking on the raft... If you have a lot of time, you can visit some other fishing villages in the area of Ha Long Bay such as Vung Vieng fishing village, Ba Hang fishing village...

3. Ti Top Island 
Ti Top is a medium-sized island located in the heart of Ha Long Bay. If you depart from the port of Bai Chay, you can paddle the only 7km to visit the island. This is considered as the most attractive tourist attractions in the journey of kayaking Halong Bay. Ti Top Island is a very untouched island so the landscape still holds much natural beauty. The tree species that inhabit the island are mainly evergreen trees that grow over the hills. The green of the trees, the clouds of the sky and the brown color of the mountains mix together and create an impressive scene. Not only have the wonderful natural scenery, Ti Top Island also owns a beautiful beach called Ti Top beach. The beach area is not large but quiet, airy and very clean. You can see the white sand and clear water for four seasons. When visiting Ti Top Island, visitors also have the opportunity to climb up to see the panorama view of Ha Long Bay from above. It's a special angle that only Ti Top Island has.

4. Bo Hon Island 
Bo Hon Island is another must-see island in Ha Long Bay. The place not only contributes to the beauty of Ha Long but also brings many mysteries to explore and to learn. It is surrounded by many small and large islands as well as include many famous caves such as Sung Sot cave, Luon cave, Dong Tien lake, Trinh Nu cave, Drum cave... On the way kayaking in Halong, you can easily see the high peaks, cliffs standing up like walls, the majestic mountains. Bo Hon island is also the place that has many species of plants such as si, orchid... and the animals like monkey, deer, chamois... In addition, the other attraction is the cave system hidden in it, each cave has its own unique beauty, and attach to a story that brings many human values to today's generation. 
The most prominent cave in the system on the Bo Hon island is perhaps the Sung Sot Cave. This is a wide and beautiful cave in the first grade of Ha Long Bay. It also has many unique rock formations that cannot be found in other places. The ceiling is covered with a layer of velvet carpet a myriad of lights hanging by glittering stalactites. You can see the stone statues in the shape of elephants, seals, raspberries, flowers... All will impress visitors so much.

5. Other places on the way kayaking in Halong 
In addition to the above-mentioned places, on the way kayaking Halong Bay, if time permits, you can also admire other stunning scenes such as Trong Mai small island, Ba Qua Dao Island, Ba Ham Island, Dau Be Island, Co Cave, Heaven Gate, Lu Huong peak... Each rock, cave or island in Ha Long has a unique shape that makes you feel amazing. Do not forget to take lots of photos to capture the spectacular natural beauty of a UNESCO World Heritage Site. 
Some experiences for a kayaking Halong Bay trip 
For a safe and enjoyable exploration, keep in mind some notes below: 
Warm up before having the Kayak. 
Be sure to follow instructions from the tour guide. 
Always paddle near your delegation, do not separate. 
Remember to wear a life jacket and know how to use dry bags. 
Learn how to sail a Kayak even if it is not the first time you take a Kayak. 
Never take a Kayak while drunk. Drinking alcohol can make the traveler unconscious to control your actions and can lead to unfortunate trouble. 
Do not paddle Kayak for too long because you may have sunstroke. Tourists should also wear hats, sunglasses, and sunscreen. 
Stay away from places with strong currents and visitors can take advantage of wind or water power to make Kayaking easier. 
Water in Ha Long Bay is still very warm in winter. Therefore, visitors can Kayak in Halong at any time of the year.

And here are some Kayak experiences on Halong when encountering unexpected situations: 
If there is a sudden storm, find safe places such as covered areas, beaches, etc. to avoid storms. In case you are in the middle of the sea and do not have time to find shelter, then gather the Kayak again to form a raft. 
In the case of Kayak capsules, visitors are calm, relaxed. Because having a life vest, it is safe to swim or swim. Then the guide will come to the rescue, help you climb the Kayak boat.

Kayaking Halong Bay will help you feel the fullness of nature in Ha Long and explore all the cliffs under the thousands of wave rolls, or watch the birds parked on the cliffs and touch thousand-years-old stalactites. It will give you lots of new experiences, so when traveling to Halong, do not miss this exciting activity!

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