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Large limestone karsts jutting from the calm murky waters. You are able to spend a small charge to be usually taken through the coast's on a tiny raft paddled by a nearby female. in case the water level is great you are going to pass...More
This is mostly a motorboat ride by using wetlands. The scenery is beautiful. We noticed many birds and monkeys. The boat ride will last for one hour and half ours swung around in the cave according to several of the reviews it sounds as if...More
In the region having some wellknown places (quite similar) Tam Coc or Trang an. That's why at these places so crowded, full of tourist. If wanna looking for a non-touristic place, come here. 10km from central city.
We'd the tour of ours to Trang An for 1 day organized by the hotel of ours in Ninh Binh. The final schedule of ours was going through this location by boat. The sights had been incredible and starting caves by boat was really an...More
Amazing, inexpensive boat trip in a regular boat down throughout the wetlands rowed by... a well used woman! The scenery is amazing. The air is extremely still here, it is really warm, so go for a hat as well as cover up. Additionally, they expect...More
You can't claim that this particular location is much less appealing compared to Tam Coc or maybe Trang A, though it's surely much less touristy and much more tranquil. The boat trip takes approximately 1.5 hours and would have been ideal in case we would...More
Our guide knew the local routes and so we went above street onto a gravel path through traditional farms. Which provided method to a bumpy soil monitor for which our standard bikes were no match, but the breathtaking scenery and tranquility made up for it....More
It is a little bit tricky going right here in case you make use of local transportation, better use trip operator. no store and only several hotel and restaurant, be careful additionally for the scorching heat in this specific area, do not forget about bringing...More
After touring Tam Coc in Ninh Binh Provence, my two photography associates have taken me to Van Long. Only approximately five boats had been out, late evening, not so popular weather wise. I'd a solo boat, the finale was incredible rolling the reserve. We did...More
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They closes at 05:00pm every day! The boat tour takes about 30 minutes! There is one entrance fee to pay 40 000 VD per person and a fee for the boat 60 000 VD. The Delacour langur can bee seen in the mountains to the right... More
They closes at 05:00pm every day! The boat tour takes about 30 minutes! There is one entrance fee to pay 40 000 VD per person and a fee for the boat 60 000 VD. The Delacour langur can bee seen in the mountains to the right just before entering the cave! Coming out of the cave again the mountains are on the left hand side. Look carefully up in the mountains about 100 meters away for the Delacour langur. Thereare also some birds in Van Long Nature reserve! I did visit in the middle of the day birding is probaly better in the late afternoon.
I don’t know if my answer will be very helpful, because our experience was part of a package tour provided by our homestay host that included bicycling, boating, cave tours, and the Van Long boat tour of the Nature Reserve... More
I don’t know if my answer will be very helpful, because our experience was part of a package tour provided by our homestay host that included bicycling, boating, cave tours, and the Van Long boat tour of the Nature Reserve. All of this over the span of one day cost the two of us $58. We weren’t in Tam Coc but a village I think was called Gia Sinh (near the Bai Dinh Pagoda). Our host (Scott at Ninh Binh Family Homestay) arranged all our transportation while we were there so I can’t really break it down into any specific cost. It seemed to me that transportation among the villages might be difficult to arrange without the help of someone local. Good luck and best wishes for happy travels!