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Halong Bay Makes for a Rewarding Rock Climbing and Kayaking Adventure

August 8, 2013 by Khiri Travel | Filed Under: , ,

Enjoy a unique experience with kayaking and rock climbing around Ha Long Bay. Khiri Travel Vietnam now casts off into Lan Ha Bay; the less traveled, less touristy and amazingly beautiful southern part of Ha Long Bay.

We take a short cruise through the spectacular scenery of karst mountains and clear waters that Halong Bay is known for, before we reach a floating fisherman’s house. From here we start our kayaking trip. Paddle the bay, enter hidden lagoons, and explore deserted beaches.

Back on land, it’s time to admire the bay from a higher point of view. A brief introduction and gearing up with safe and comfortable UIAA standard climbing harnesses, shoes, and helmets prepares us for a rock climbing adventure. We can climb as high as we are comfortable to while the emerald waters of Lan Ha Bay disappear further underneath us. And when we reach the top of the rock, a rewarding view of the stunning bay awaits.

Mix activities such as rock climbing, trekking and kayaking in a half or full-day itinerary covering different areas of the bay.

For more information and bookings, please contact [email protected].

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