Halong Bay is surely the best gift of Vietnam. It is no big surprise that the spot with such superb fortunes has been endorsed as UNESCO's World Heritage Sites. Sensational limestone tops, lavish timberlands, hidden caves, hurrying waterfalls and stunning old sights are the few of Halong Bay's innumerable gems.
Just south of Halong Bay is the serendipitous Cat Ba, an emerald green island which draws in herds of explorers, bikers and climbers. And on the eastern side, Bai Tu Long Bay, takes ahead the legacy of natural splendor, all the way to the China's outskirts. In this manner the magnificent Halong Bay must be on the bucket list of the travel enthusiasts across the globe.
Just in case, if you prefer more seclusion and need to get away from the bustling crowds of the Halong Bay, look for shelter in the Cat Ba Island which offers more serenity. The Lan Ha Bay here is unmarred by the tourism framework and obviously, offers immaculate sandy shorelines. Feline Ba National Park nearby Halong by is an island which is entrancingly covered up in green sheet. This park has to its bounties, more than 300 bewildering limestone islands which dot the waters off the Lan Ha Bay.
Feline Ba's notoriety for adventures is quickly turning into a legend. Premium choices of adrenaline pumping activities abound for example; rock climbing, cycling, cruising and trekking.
Pretty much half of the Cat BA Island was proclaimed as national park with the basic purpose of ensuring island's rich and various biological systems. The Vietnamese government was exceptionally enthused about the conservation of coral reefs, slopes cladded up with mountains and mangroves lying next to the feet of the slopes. The coastline is vigorously dabbed with limestone bluffs, yet there are a few sandy shorelines and little fishing towns settled away in delightful inlets. Various tempting waterfalls surge down from the limestone slopes here.
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Last edited by Katie Louise on the 17 August 2015