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Trang An Grottoes

2,618 Reviews

Trang An Grottoes

2,618 Reviews
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Ninh Binh Full-Day Tour from Hanoi to Hoa Lu, Tam Coc & Mua Cave Via Boat & Bike
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Ninh Binh Full-Day Tour from Hanoi to Hoa Lu, Tam Coc & Mua Cave Via Boat & Bike

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Escape the bustling confines of Hanoi city, and breath the fresh air on this full-day rural Vietnam tour. With a local lunch of goat meat, fried rice and local fruits onboard, you’ll be fueled for an afternoon of action, taking in the scenery by both bamboo boat and mountain bike. See local villagers going about their daily lives as you come to appreciate a quieter slice of Vietnamese culture.
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Changlin wrote a review Jul 2020
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This place is seriously heaven on Earth! It is definitely not expensive, given that the boat tour takes 3 hours and the scenery is breathtaking throughout! We visited in October and took route 1. Going through the caves was great, the guide was super friendly, and the place is INSANELY beautiful. Would visit again in a heartbeat!
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Date of experience: February 2020
Megan Sophia wrote a review Jul 2020
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam28 contributions14 helpful votes
This is an absolute must do when visiting Ninh Binh. Absolutely beautiful! We were a group of 6 so they provided 2 boats and we took tour 2 which took around 3 hours. So worth it! We came in July 2020 and took the tour during the week at 10am, it’s was extremely quiet!! We only saw around 30 other boats out! Just heaven!
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Justnitid wrote a review Jul 2020
Mumbai, India345 contributions37 helpful votes
An ethereally beautiful place. Waterways forming a maze among limestone hills. At times mysterious, at times serene. As you explore the realm by boat, you will pass through limestone caves and tiny islands with pagodas. To call it, ‘Ha Long Bay on land’ is to insult both places. A visit to North Vietnam is incomplete if you don’t experience Tráng An. The place is very efficiently managed. The ticketing is hassle-free - you need to choose from 3 route options which are well described in the brochures available. The boats carry four people and if you are a couple, you will have to share the boat. Excellent detail towards safety and the boatmen and women are extremely professional. They don’t expect, or ask for, tips. The ride duration is between 2-3 hours. Don’t carry heavy backpacks and ensure you have enough drinking water. Once you are done with your ride you can head towards the parking lot where there is a nondescript restaurant. They serve an excellent bun bò and other typical dishes.
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Date of experience: December 2019
Rios B wrote a review Apr 2020
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It's as ha lengthy bay on farm land, you are able to discover numerous limestone caves, mountains, but many fascinating is you are able to go to skull island. If the King Kong: Skull Island crew finished filming in Vietnam, they left and cleaned up all of the scene setting.but the government of Vietnam restored the filming location to attract tourists.you is able to observe locals use several aboriginal like costumes, you are able to shoot pictures with them. Of the journey, you sat on a boat to find out close to woman, the boatman, or the place is skilled, you are able to attempt to row the boat, though it's hard.after the trip, you are able to tip the boatman or maybe woman.you is able to go to a temple on the island, and there are several shops on the island. In case you go to Hanoi, suggest you to join Trang An grottoes tour, usually the tour provided Chua Bai Dinh.
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Date of experience: January 2020
Danna D wrote a review Apr 2020
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This's the very best option for a bamboo skulled boat. The boat requires a maximum of four individuals. There's a decision of 3 routes, in the opinion of mine, route one is the very best option. As it is a world heritage site it's adequately managed without problems from hawkers. The individuals skulling are excellent and it is completely up for you whether you tip or perhaps not. You get away from the boat to go to different travel and also temples through 3 caves Experience that is great, one never to be missed.
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Date of experience: February 2020