Overview of Halong bay and Lan Ha Bay from 150 meters high
With an area of 2,000 square kilometers, scattered all around with more than 1,900 magnificent islands and limestone pillars, Halong Bay is known for its splendid beauty and one of the world’s best natural marvel of all time as well as a long-standing spot in the “bucket” travel list of many travelers. What a way to experience the magnificant scenery on Halong Bay and Lan Ha Bay by ashtonishing 150-300m high flyovers above this stunning Unesco World heritage wonder of Vietnam.
Excitement like never before
From the exhilarating moments of the seaplane taking off or landing on the glimmering water at Tuan Chau Marina, to the breath-taking sights as the plane hovers above abundant islets, you will never be bored when traveling with our fun and talented pilots. As our flights are scheduled at the most suitable and most beautiful time of the day for sightseeing, the 25-minute scenic flight will be a “love at first sight” as you admire this magnificient beauty from the top of view.
• Dau Be Island: Located in the southeast of Halong Bay, 500 meters to the east, from the Bai Chay Tourist Wharf about 28 km, in a gland located in the outer archipelago of Ha Long Bay (Lan Ha Bay estuary), standing between Tra Ngu islands and Da Le Island.
• Cong Do island: On the south-east side of Ha Long Bay, about 25 km from Bai Cháy Wharf, Cong Do is in Bai Tu Long Bay in the region which recognised as the World Heritage. It has an area of 23,363 sq. m, and its mountain reaches a peak of 172 m. The island features many lagoons, which are the residence of numerous species of sea-life, such as shrimp, crab, fish, squid and aquatic plants.
• Bo Hon island: Bo Hon Island or Soap-Berry Tree Island, not only because of its splendid scenery, but also as it is one of the largest in the area. There are many grottoes located here, such as the Surprise, Luon, Virgin and Male grottoes. There is also a concentration of high mountains with vertical cliffs like citadel wall; mountains follow closely make a huge beautiful watercolour picture on the sea.