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Bai Dinh and Trang An Day Trip with Lunch and Electric Car

Highlights
  • Visit Bai Dinh Pagoda and UNESCO-listed Trang An in a day from Hanoi
  • Tour and learn about the sites with a guide
  • See Bai Dinh and ride a sampan around Trang An’s limestone peaks and caves
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Bai Dinh and Trang An Day Trip with Lunch and Electric Car
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BDTA Group Tour
Bai Dinh Trang An Deluxe Group Tour.
US$48.99
BDTA/1D - 2018 Sep-Dec
This is a standard tour option including entrance fees, English-speaking guide, lunch, electric car, and transportation.
US$63.00
Overview
Exploring Bai Dinh and Trang An from Hanoi alone means taking buses or trains, and using cabs once there. This guided full-day tour eliminates the hassles, whisking you around both sights with ease. Plus, your package includes an electric car in Bai Dinh, a sampan cruise around Trang An’s karsts and grottoes, and lunch in between, so everything is laid out. Upgrade to a deluxe tour for extra comfort.
What to Expect
Book your preferred option and depart your Hanoi Old Quarter hotel by air-conditioned vehicle for Ninh Binh. Situated south of Hanoi, this largely rural province is studded with limestone karsts that rise over serene rice paddies and rivers.

Arrive at Bai Dinh Pagoda, one of Vietnam’s biggest temple complexes, and ride an electric cart around the ancient and new statue-filled temples to see highlights, including a huge 32-foot (10-meter) image of Buddha.

After a restaurant lunch of dishes, such as goat meat with elderberry, continue to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Trang An, where the limestone karsts, interlaced with grottoes and cliffs, are at their most beautiful.

Board a shared, hand-rowed sampan for a cruise past emerald-forested cliffs and peaks and through mountain tunnels onto hidden rivers. Don’t forget your camera to capture the scenery.
Your tour finishes with a hotel drop-off in Hanoi.
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1 - 5 of 18 reviews

Reviewed May 22, 2018 via mobile
Bai Dinh & Trang An Day Trip

Long from Wati Travel was our guide for our 21 May trip. He is very likable and looks after everyone in the group (including our driver) quietly and efficiently. He shares insightful things about our trip, like the two sects of Buddhism, one influenced over...More

2  Thank Guy_SG
Reviewed April 30, 2018 via mobile
Really great experience!

I went on this trip alone and it was amazing. The temple was a really cool experience and not as many steps as I thought it would be. There was one part of steep stairs but that was about it. The caves were really cool,...More

4  Thank netnetsfgbct
Reviewed April 3, 2018
Pleasant, short and basic tour

Overall the trip is considered good given the packed 9hrs tour for 2 attractions with pre/post journey with bike traffic at Old Qtr. Thumbs up to Kimi, the guide. He is humorous and enthusiastic about his job. The tourist bus (25seaters) used is rather cramped...More

2  Thank CrazyBun
Reviewed March 24, 2018 via mobile
Wonderful boat trip

Our guide Mr Kimi was great during the entire trip and made it more interesting and fun. The highlight of the tour is definitely the 2h boat trip in Trang An. You will see “Halong Bay on land” and it is lovely. You will also...More

1  Thank Mikael F
Reviewed March 18, 2018 via mobile
Funny and eventful day out

We book the tour through our hotel. The tour was very good and very long due to uncontrollable circumstances. The morning to Bai Dinh was perfect. Enormous place to visit. We had a very good time. Buffet lunch was good more than we expected. Then...More

2  Thank Antonino P
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Karen C
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Response from jeremy a | Reviewed this property |
hello karen, Tam coc and Trang An are separate places. ive been to both late 2017 and early this year. You may wish to check with the travel agency before booking. I book mine via klook for Trang An. it experience was... More
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