Explore Halong Bay
According to legend, Halong Bay was formed when a dragon fell to earth and churned up the sea with its thrashing tail, throwing up thousands of strangely-shaped islands. With its jade green water and steep grey islands, Halong Bay is ethereally beautiful. Surrounded by misty islands, visitors can enjoy morning tai chi classes on their junk’s sundeck. They can kayak through a maze of deserted islands; cycle through emerald paddy fields on Cat Ba Island; and visit local floating fishing villages. Arguably the most famous destination in Vietnam, Halong Bay is a natural wonder.
Heritage Line operates three traditional-style, high-end boutique junks in this bay, collectively known as the “Three Sisters”. Named after flowers that are native to Halong Bay, these Three Sisters include the Violet, the Jasmine and the Ginger. Violet is the youngest sister, known for her bright charm. Jasmine, the middle child, offers languid comfort. Ginger, the eldest, combines classic beauty with old-fashioned hospitality.
Heritage Line’s guests may choose the two-day “Dragon Passage” tour or the three-day