Experiencing Vietnam cruise once time

Published:  09:34 Saturday - January 26, 2013

Experiencing Vietnam cruise once time

Vietnam is home to one of the 28 finalists for the 7 wonders of the world – Halong Bay. The Halong Bay has 1969 islets and limestone karsts that come in different size and shapes. The shallow waters is home to about 200 species of fish and 450 kinds of mollusks.

If you view the Bay from atop one of the nearby mountains, you cannot help but be in awe of its picturesque beauty. But if you can experience the bay, that will be a much more memorable moment. And what better way to experience it than to be onboard a ship of cruise to Vietnam?

A cruise to Vietnam is a grand opportunity for you to experience the country in a unique fashion. It’s not every day that you get to venture out in a cruise and experience the world slowly passing by from a vantage point. While it may be that cruises are a bit more expensive than the usual land travel, they are far more enjoyable.

“It’s like bringing your home while you travel.”

The best advantage to going on a cruise to Vietnam tourism is that you would be travelling not with just a backpack but with your entire home with you. This means you get to retain your luxurious living as if you are just at home but with a different scenery every time you look out the window.

“Cruise tours pave the way for water adventures.”

Since you will be practically living on a cruise ship for the next three days, you will be at the best location to enjoy the water adventures offered at certain locations in Vietnam. For instance, you can go fishing, scuba diving, boating, and even swimming in areas where your guide says it’s safe. If you’re lucky, you might even have the chance to go parasailing and banana boat riding and so on.

Halong Bay has a very high level of salinity so you can just jump right in and you’ll float back up. There’s hardly any exertion needed on your part just to stay afloat.

If you are a marine biologist, going on a Vietnam cruise is the most exciting and practical way of scouring the country waters for some interesting finds. Remember that the Vietnam waters is home to hundreds of species of fish and with any luck, you might even discover a new breed that is native only to the area.

“Get pampered onboard.”

Most of the cruise ships are equipped with onboard restaurants, spas, pools and even mini golf courses. These are the amenities that you would usually find in a high-class hotel inland but are very much accessible for you onboard. So if you’re looking for a means to relax and unwind, getting on board a ship for a cruise to Vietnam is your best choice.

Make a grand entrance into the famous Vietnam by getting onboard a ship heading for a cruise to Vietnam. Of course, depending on your chosen package, you might have to pass by some neighboring countries but be sure to pass by the famous Halong Bay too!


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