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Bays, rivers and lakes

The beautiful bays, river and lake in Vietnam


Escaping the summer heat of the heave of a bustling city to the peace, tranquility, and fresh breazes of a bay, river or lake is a national pastime in Vietnam, and something every visitor must do. With a high quality mix destinations including World Heritage Ha Long Bay, Asia’s mighty Mekong river, and the country each with their own distinct natural beauty and charm, there is no excuse not to hit the water.



A member of the World’s 2 Beautiful bays, Lang Co Bay is actually  a complex of long white sandy beach, lagoons rivers, mountain and tropical forest. For those travelling between Da Nang and Hue, Lang Co Bay provides an excellent break in the journey. Here, visitors can try their hand at fishing the brackish lagoon, go windsurfing at Chan May cape and Can Duong Beach, or head up to the nearby Hai Van Pass for a spectacular view bird’s eye view of the bay.



Hidden in the distant misty limestone mountains of northern Vietnam lies Ba Be Lake, Vietnam’s largest natural lake. The fact that tourist facilities are mostly limited to homestay only enhances Ba Be’s natural charm. In place of large high-rise hotels, hon king traffic and large crowds is a quiet green oasis of traditional stilt houses, gliding wooden canoes, and the song of birds. With waterfalls, rivers, valleys and caves beckoning, Ba Be Lake is unique in Viet Nam and well worth the journey north.



Vietnam is the finish line, where the Mighty Mekong ends its fantastic pan – Asia journey through six different countries to the sea in a spectacular watery landscape of green rice fields and sleepy fishing villages crisscrossed by brown canals and rivulets. Often referred to as Vietnam’s “rice basket “the Mekong Delta’s rich alluvial soils produce three rice harvest a year. Staying in one of the Delta’s many river boat provides visitors with the chance to take in the full majesty of nature and witness the unadorned village life it supports. For those who rise early there are the rewards of a spectacular sunrise and the chance to explore the rewards of a spectacular sunrise and the chance to explore the colorful, lively Cai Be floating market.



The uncontested maritime jewel of the north, World Heritage Ha Long Bay is a must stop destination for any visitor to Vietnam or resident alike. The mystery and majesty of Ha Long bay with its 3000 or more islands dotted with grottoes anf beaches represent the beauty of nature in its wildest and most pure form. Board a traditional wooden “Junk “and cruise your way around the sculptural limestone cliffs and turquoise waters of the bay, or explore things your way from a kayak. Whether you want to see amazing floating villages, explore hollow karsts concealing spectacular