2 Days 1 Night

Bai Dinh - Trang An 2 Days Tour
Trang An is the 2000-hectare eco-tourist spot in the east of Ninh Binh Province. Its cave area which stretches in the area of over 1500ha around the Ninh Nhat, Tan Thanh (town, Ninh Binh), Gia Sinh commune (Gia Vien District) and Truong Yen Commune, Xuan Ninh, Ninh Hai (Hoa Lu district) was found many years ago. In the year 2001, the natives and the research scientists discovered this cave.

Tour Route: Hanoi – Bai Dinh Pagoda – Trang An – Tam Coc – Hoa Lu.
Price: Only from $135
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 The first day: Hanoi Bai Dinh Pagoda – Trang An – Tam Coc

You will be picked up at 8am by our car and tour guide. We will pass a 120-kilometer-long way heading to Ninh Binh Province. It is the largest pagoda of Vietnam with 10-meter-high 100-ton-weigh bronze Buddha statue and 500 La Han statues. Next we will relish specialty such as pork or goat meat for lunch at a local restaurant. After that, we move to Trang An at 1pm and get on a cruise to explore the a series of wild mysterious caves namely Toi, Sang, Nau Ruou and Ba Giot Cave. We can also admire the river and mountain beauty which is regarded as the Inland Ha Long Bay of Ninh Binh.
After that, we will drive you to Tam Coc at 4pm and then do the check-in at the hotel. We will be served the dinner and stay the night in Tam Coc.
The second day: Tamcoc - Bich Dong - Hoa lu - Hanoi (B/L/-)

After having breakfast at the hotel, we can take a 2-hour cruise in Tam Coc to pay a visit to the most gorgeous scenery of Ninh Binh. During this time, we will explore 3 distinctive caves namely Hang Ca (means 1), Hang Hai (means 2) and Hang Ba (means 3). Then we drop in on Bich Dong Pagoda and have lunch here. After that, we come back to Hanoi. On the way back, we can also drop in the Le and the Dinh temple in Hoa Lu.
At 4.30 we reach Hanoi and take you to your hotel. The excursion finishes here.
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