Limited time but still love to experience first-time-ever seaplane service in Vietnam? One day package with L’Azalee Classic Day Cruise will suit you and your hectic schedule. After 60 minutes flight from Noi Bai Airport and a thrilling water-landing to Tuan Chau Marina, you will board on the L’Azalée Classic Day Cruise. A set menu or buffet lunch will be served (depending on number of passengers). There is plenty of time to relax on the junk's sundeck. The cruise finishes at around 4:00pm.

 

PACKAGE PRICE

Summer (from 1st Apr to 30th Sep 2017)

VND 6.750.000 (US$300)/pax (25% off)

• Children from 2 to under 12 years old: 75%/adult – shared cabin with parents

• Infant under 2 years old: 10%/adult – shared cabin with parents

 

ADDITIONAL SERVICE CHARGE

 One way transfer hotel in Hanoi to Noi Bai Airport: VND 337.500 ($15)/pax

 Return flight: VND 5.625.000 ($250)/pax  (with complimentary roundtrip transfer from hotel in Hanoi to Noi Bai Airport)

 

POINTS OF DEPARTURE & ARRIVAL

• Noi Bai Airport: Counter 109, Lobby E, Terminal 1, Noi Bai International Airport, Hanoi, Vietnam.

• Tuan Chau Marina: No T7 Tuan Chau Commercial Urban Area, Tuan Chau Ward, Ha Long City, Quang Ninh Province, Viet Nam.

 

TOUR INCLUSION

One way Seaplane Hanoi - Halong OR Halong - Hanoi

 One way private car Hanoi – Halong OR Halong – Hanoi

• 4 hours to explore Halong bay on L’Azalée Classic Cruise

• Welcome drinks

• Vietnamese-style buffet lunch

• Entrance fees, tourist tickets and government taxes

 

TOUR EXCLUSION

• Alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks

• Transfer from hotel in Hanoi to Noi Bai Airport or vice versa

 

ITINERARY

TIMING ITINERARY
9:30

Check in at counter 109, Domestic Hall E, Terminal 1, Noi Bai Airport

10:00

Get on seaplane. Depart Noi Bai Airport to Tuan Chau Marina. After 15' scenic flight over Halong Bay, land on water.

 

Hai Au buggy to pick you up and drop off at L'Azalee Cruise Cafe for check-in

11:30 11:45 

Embark on L’Azalee Classic Day Cruise.

11:45 14:00

Arrive at Dao Tung Lam Bay. After lunch is derving while dropping anchor, continue cruising into the Bay, and pass several icons of Halong Bay such as: Thumb Island, Cock Fighting Island, Incense Island, Ba Hang Floating village and finally Dog Island

14:30 16:00

Visit Thien Cung Cave (Paradise Cave). Weigh anchor again and cruise on the final leg ti get back to Tuan Chau Marina

16:00 20:00

(Private car) Private car to pick you up at L'Azalee Cruise Cafe to drive back to Hanoi. Arrive Hanoi downtown. Drop off at the hotel. End tour

16:15 17:00

(Seaplane) Take off from Tuan Chau Marina, fly back to Noi Bai Airport. End tour

 

TERMS & CONDITIONS

• Change of date is dependent upon seat availability and may incur surcharge.

• Full payment upon booking.

• Non-cancellable and non-refundable after payment is made.

• Change, delay & cancellation policy

• Itinerary is subject to change or cancellation due to weather conditions. 

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WHY FLY WITH HAI AU AVIATION

• The only seaplane service in Vietnam

• Once-in-a-lifetime experience 

• You can charter your own private plane!

• Brand new Cessna Caravan aircrafts

• International safety standards with experienced flight crew

 

REVIEW

"Stunning Halong Bay features almost 2,000 limestone islands jutting out of the sea off the coast of Vietnam. Expansive aerial views of this emerald-green seascape are now possible on scenic seaplane flights, leaving from the capital, Hanoi. After landing on the water, visitors can board a luxury wooden boat for an overnight cruise.."

Article “How to Travel in 2015” by The New York Times.

"This is, I have to say, the perfect alternative to the only other option to get to Ha Long Bay, a three and a half hour drive across country. Vietnam’s UNESCO protected jewel in the crown, is a stunning archipelago of 1,969 limestone pillars and islets rising up from an opal sea covering almost 2,000 square kilometres and there is no doubt, the best way to see its primitive beauty for the first time, is from the air. "

Article “Halong Bay by seaplane” by TripReporter.