ATI Quan Lan Eco Resort

Address: Van Don district, Halong Bay, Vietnam | Resort
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This resort, located on Van Don district, Halong Bay, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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Travel Blogs from Halong Bay

Junk cruise Halong Bay

A travel blog entry by akroundtheworld on Oct 30, 2015

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... lady rowed us around some of the islands, and up close to the limestone caves, as the sun was going down, silent, beautiful, a special place. We arrived back at our boat in time for a sunset swim, the sea was 25 degrees, fantastic emerald water.  Then quick shower before cookery lesson, how to make spring rolls, then dinner cruising between the islands, then bed in our comfortable cabin. ...


A travel blog entry by mikedungate90 on Oct 30, 2015

10 photos

... in the group and we are all in shock! I have never in my life seen a 'tour guide' treat a paying person like that, like not even close. I'm scared now, what if i mess this form up! Jack can't stop laughing. Anyway the last person has the form now and we're done. Time to get on the boat. "Time for lunch" the guide says in his squeaky voice. I follow Jack and we get to the eating area on the boat. Erm so there is deffo not enough seats for everyone on here. The crew start getting ...

'Where dragons descend into the sea'

A travel blog entry by clareunderwood on Oct 05, 2015

7 photos

Left Hanoi for Halong bay today luckily the cyclone cleared before our arrival! We stayed on the overnight boat and it didn't disappoint, amazing views cruising drinking cocktails and sunbathing on deck to sung sot caves and the beach on Ti top island. When we got back on the boat more sunbathing, drinking and then sunset. After sunset a ...

Day 11: Halong Bay Adventures

A travel blog entry by lmeglan on Aug 04, 2015

1 comment, 8 photos

... Throughout our hike, Binh pointed out stalagmites and stalactites that looked like the shapes of different animals and items, such as birds, cannons, turtles, and Buddhas. We were amazed to find out that a stalagmite grows about 0.3 mm every year, which is why tourists are not supposed to touch the stalagmites and stalactites when they visit the caves. We also found out that the turtle is a sacred symbol in Vietnam, as it is one of the four spirit animals. ...

Cruising on the Bay

A travel blog entry by truclopez on Aug 02, 2015

6 comments, 22 photos

We left Hanoi by car yesterday morning for a 4 hour ride to Halong Bay aka Descending Dragon Bay. The rain threatened to possibly cancel our overnight cruise but, miraculously, the rain stopped and the sun came out as we approached the city so our trip was saved. Luck was definitely on our side as other cruises had been cancelled for two days before that.

Once on the boat, we found out that we were one of only two groups of tourists booked for the cruise. ...

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