Halong Bay, Vietnam and the Red River

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Cruise Overview

  • Duration 10 nights
  • Departs 13 Sep 2020
  • Sails from Halong Bay, Vietnam
  • Ship RV Angkor Pandaw
  • Flights and transfersNo
  • Cruise code ‍1462496‍

Your Itinerary

Halong Bay

Halong Bay, Vietnam Sun 13 Sep 2020

Halong Bay

Cast off for an evening of sailing before dropping anchor in a sheltered bay amidst the beautiful island scenery

Halong Bay

Halong Bay, Vietnam Mon 14 Sep 2020

Halong Bay

This morning, morning, sail around Ha Long Bay and beyond with over 1,500 dramatic limestone islands and extraordinary rock formations, dating back 20 million years. Make a stop at Viet Hai Village to see typical village houses and farms. This afternoon, cruise towards Lan Ha Bay for a visit to a floating fishing house. Weather dependent, you’ll end the day with cocktails at a beautiful beach in Ha Long Bay

Halong Bay

Halong Bay, Vietnam Tue 15 Sep 2020

Halong Bay

Your Exploration of Ha Long Bay continues with a visit to the so called “Dark and Bright Cave”. Take a kayak or a local basket boat rowed by fishermen and enter this remarkable cave into an enclosed area similar to a crater

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Kinh Thay River, Vietnam Wed 16 Sep 2020

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Observe the lively and interesting life of the Kinh Thay river, a key commercial waterway. This afternoon, explore Thanh Ha Commune with a village walk and enjoy a private water puppet show set under the shade by a beautiful pond of lotus and lilies

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Bat Trang Village Thu 17 Sep 2020

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Today is spent cruising towards Hanoi. Enroute, stop at Bat Trang in the afternoon, a ceramic village. On the way back to the ship watch a traditional unicorn and lion dance at the jetty

Cruises to Hanoi, Vietnam

Hanoi, Vietnam Fri 18 Sep 2020

Cruises to Hanoi, Vietnam

Drop anchor in the capital and bustling city of Hanoi to visit some highlights of this Asian metropolis. Must-sees include the notorious Vietnam War prison, temple of literature where Confucius did his thinking, and the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum. Enjoy an afternoon walking tour of Hanoi’s old quarter, including a visit to a coffee shop to learn about Vietnam’s famous coffee-making industry

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The Lower Red River, Vietnam Sat 19 Sep 2020

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This morning sail through the day from Hanoi up the Red River to Viet Tri - not the most picturesque of towns, but an excellent base for going deeper into Highland Vietnam. Go ashore to visit a timeless Arcadian Vietnam with emerald green rice paddies punctuated by limestone rock formations. Of particular interest are the Thay and Tay Phuong Pagodas. Afternoon excursion to a carpenter village famous for exquisite carvings and wood work techniques. Evening arrival in Viet Tri

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The Lo River, Vietnam Sun 20 Sep 2020

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In the morning cruise to Tien Du ferry station to the village of Gia Thanh, makers of the conical hats (known as ‘non la’). Take in the sights and sounds of the bustling river with all kinds of craft and activity. The ‘non la’ are handmade with palm leaves and bamboo. There is no machinery available to create this work of art. Their origin dates approximately 3,000 years back. Continue by bus to Hung Lo Temple

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The Da River, Vietnam Mon 21 Sep 2020

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While sailing downstream admire the unspoilt beauty of the Da River. Pass through the Ba Vi National Park with its rich and diverse tropical and sub-tropical flora and fauna before arriving at Hoa Binh then visit the UNESCO-praised village of Duong Lam. In the afternoon, take a tour of the ship including the galley, crew area and engine room

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Hoa Binh, Vietnam Tue 22 Sep 2020

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Hoa Binh was the site of a major battle with the French in 1951 & 1952 and is home to the Muong ethnic group. The Hoa Binh Dam at the Black River is the largest hydroelectric dam in Vietnam and Southeast Asia. Take a morning boat ride on the reservoir of Hoa Binh power station and visit a local village. A traditional performance by local hill tribe people is given in the evening

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Hoa Binh, Vietnam - Disembark Wed 23 Sep 2020

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Disembark after breakfast and visit a museum and local village where villagers still wear traditional dress. Enjoy lunch at a local restaurant followed by a transfer to the Pan Pacific Hotel in Hanoi for your overnight stay

What's included *

  • Stateroom will include fresh flowers on arrival, Kimonos and slippers, spa-branded amenities, unlimited mineral water and free use of mini DVD player on request
  • All sightseeing with accompanied guide and entrance fees
  • All meals throughout your cruise
  • On board entertainment
  • Complimentary local soft drinks, beers, spirits, tea and coffee
  • Gratuities for crew on board
  • Overseas transfers and luggage to port

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Cabins & Prices

* Prices shown are per person, based on two adults sharing a twin cabin and include all cruise offer discounts and savings.

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Main Deck Twin Sharing

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Onboard you will find 10 comfortable 168 square feet (15.6sqm) Main Deck staterooms, combining splendid colonial-era character. Your stateroom will include fruit and flowers on arrival, a hairdryer, kimono and slippers, spa-branded amenities and unlimited mineral water with a complimentary reusable water bottle.

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Main Deck Twin Single Use

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Onboard you will find 10 comfortable 168 square feet (15.6sqm) Main Deck staterooms, combining splendid colonial-era character. Your stateroom will include fruit and flowers on arrival, a hairdryer, kimono and slippers, spa-branded amenities and unlimited mineral water with a complimentary reusable water bottle.

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Upper Deck Twin Sharing

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Onboard you will find 6 comfortable 168 square feet (15.6sqm) Upper Deck staterooms, combining splendid colonial-era character. Your stateroom will include fruit and flowers on arrival, a hairdryer, kimono and slippers, spa-branded amenities and unlimited mineral water with a complimentary reusable water bottle.

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Upper Deck Twin Single Use

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Onboard you will find 6 comfortable 168 square feet (15.6sqm) Upper Deck staterooms, combining splendid colonial-era character. Your stateroom will include fruit and flowers on arrival, a hairdryer, kimono and slippers, spa-branded amenities and unlimited mineral water with a complimentary reusable water bottle.

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The Ship - RV Angkor Pandaw

Finished in brass and teak by skilled local craftsmen and in the tradition of the Irrawaddy Flotilla Company (the original company that was established in 1865, which at its peak was the largest privately owned fleet in the world), the RV Angkor Pandaw is finished to exacting first class standards with all modern conveniences. Many passengers describe life on board the RV Angkor Pandaw more like being a guest on a private yacht rather than a cruise ship. This intimate ship was specifically designed to include vast observation and promenade decks so you don’t miss out on a moment of the beautiful scenery. An object of great beauty, this vessel has an ultra-shallow draft and can venture where other ships cannot, so you can truly go ‘off-the-beaten-track’ to visit communities and cultures not often visited.

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