Viator

  • Local: Hanoi, Vietnam
  • Duração: 11 horas (aproximadamente)
A partir de USD 84,00

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Avaliado por: Emily C , Julho 2016

The guide was wonderful and very knowledgeable about the history of Vietnam. The sites were everything I hoped they would be. Those amazing islands had my jaw dropped the whole time. The boat was great as well. The lunch was delicious. I got great weather but it is good to check for rainy season if you are planning a trip. A tropical depression hit the area on my car ride home, so I was lucky!

Avaliado por: Anish P , Novembro 2015

Very nice tour and boat ride around Halong Bay. Hotel pick was on time and the journey to Halong Bay from centre of Hanoi was a nice comfortable journey. Very interesting and funny guide. Great English too which makes a big difference. Boat ride was nice and relaxed. Lunch was very nice too. Overall a very nice tour

Avaliado por: Erica C , Março 2015

We had a great time in Halong bay. Our guide was so nice and informative. We had a beautiful boat to ourselves and a delicious meal. Highly recommend.

Avaliado por: Frank S , Fevereiro 2015

great guide, taught us a lot about his country

Avaliado por: JEFFREY R , Outubro 2014

FANTASTIC

Avaliado por: Jenna L , Australia, Outubro 2008

I absolutely loved it. I would recommend it to anyone going Vietnam. Even the locals recommend it. There were only two of us on the boat, which would have fit about 20 people. We didn't get a choice to swim in the water, which I would have loved to do. But I loved every minute of it. Tour guide speak brilliant English and knew his stuff.

Avaliado por: Patricia C , New Zealand, Agosto 2008

Absolutely outstanding.

Avaliado por: Caroline Y , United Kingdom, Agosto 2008

The best experience ever! Don't miss it! The best of Vietnam!

Avaliado por: Anônimo , United Kingdom, Fevereiro 2007

Our tour guide was fabulous. His English was excellent and his personality very easy going and friendly. His added commentary on life in Vietnam was one of the high lights of our trip. The tour on Halong Bay exceeded our expectations. Breathtaking natural beauty and outstanding lunch (even though we're not big seafood fans).

Avaliado por: Sharmini P U , Janeiro 2015

It was an enjoyable tour seeing the history and beautiful cave. Sailing along Halong Bay was quite peaceful. Thank you.

Avaliado por: Marvin Daniel H , USA, Outubro 2008

A good tour on the whole, but I was a little disappointed that I was not allowed to swim and a little lonely because there was only me on the boat!

Avaliado por: Anônimo , USA, Dezembro 2007

The drive to Halong Bay was rather long, three-and-a-half hours, and tedious, but the trip itself and luncheon were very good.

Avaliado por: Geoffrey Q , Australia, Fevereiro 2007

Very good value, as detailed on the official site.

Avaliado por: Johan K , Denmark, Dezembro 2011

XXX

Avaliado por: Anônimo , Denmark, Março 2007

Please note that this is private tour. Which means you will be stuck with a very awkward not-so-good-with-english-speaking guide the whole time, to whom you have to pay rapt attention as he speaks non-stop about the poverty and corruption in Vietnam. The anonymity of a group tour would perhaps be more fun because you can choose when to take pictures or pay attention when something interesting is being discussed. The private tour is awkward, and the lunch is somewhat paltry.

Right after lunch, the serving staff will come to accost you with cheap souvenirs and they are very persistent. And since you and your travel companion are the only persons on the boat, other than your guide, you feel very pressured. They don't stop when you say no.

Avaliado por: Magnolia R. S , China, Julho 2008

We were alone on a massive junk boat so it was kind of wasteful and a bit lonely. The guide also cut the boat ride short and told us we couldn't jump off the boat and swim in the bay, though he found time to stop at tourist trap souvenir factories on the drive out to Halong Bay and again on the way back to try to get us to buy stuff at stores he had obviously made deals with. When we told him we didn't want to shop, he and the driver got out of the vehicle anyway and stopped and had tea with the factory owners while my brother and I waited in the overheating car for 30 minutes. Vietnam is notoriously shady, but I expected to not have to deal with any of that on this tour since I paid American prices and booked through a reputable company.