After reading an article in my most recent copy of Outpost Magazine, I decided that when I visit this country, this is one area I can not miss. It’s limestone cliffs tower majestically above the boats that dot it’s bay. Boats float by full of locals selling their wares to tourists and travelers coming to see the beauty before their eyes. This week we’re in Ha Long Bay, Vietnam.
|The stunning beauty of Ha Long Bay, Vietnam|
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Ha Long Bay is located off northeastern Vietnam, near the Gulf of Tonkin and South China Sea. One can see these amazing karsts (cliffs) by water on popular Junk boats or kayak tours.
This photo is from the Travel to Vietnam webpage and belongs to them.
It does look amazing Spencer. I hope you can go back too!
Unfortunately it rained alot when I went to Halong Bay back in 2005. Would love to go back there one day to see it in all its glory though.