Phoenix Cruise

Phoenix Cruise In Brief

Halong Phoenix Cruiser is designed with Asian traditional junk combining classic beauty with modern comfort. You can board on the 14 or 16 cabin vessel with the same name. You can enjoy wonderful seafood or other kinds of Vietnamese cuisine or spend quality time with loved ones around the barbecue pit while gazing at the natural wonder of Halong Bay. The sundeck on the top is well designed for relaxation and viewing the beauty of Halong bay.


Cruise Itinerary Highlight

The 2 days tour package typically takes you to take a walk in Sung Sot Cave where you feel the refreshing cooling air in the limestone cave. It gives you a relaxing feel that eases off the tired feet from the 1 hour walk inside. Phoenix cruiser will also take you to the quiet Luon Bo area where you can kayak for about 1hour. Safety guidelines and paddling techniques will be carefully demonstrated by the onboard guide.

Departure Pier: Tuan Chau

Departure time: 12:30

Highlighted attractions: Suprise Cave, Titop Island, Dog Head and Swan Islands, Ba Hang Floating villages, Incense Burner then Thumb Islands

Anchor point: Coconut Island

Activities: swimming, kayaking, climbing

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