Visit Halong Bay by helicopter

Halong bay is famous for its beautiful caves and limestone karsts attracting thousands of tourists all over the world. There is no better way to see the aerial view of the bay than from a helicopter. Cruising will give you a chance to gaze at the horizon, but the view might not be appealing since there are too many karsts and islands in the bay. At the cost of $650/pax for a 2 ways trip from Hanoi to Halong, visiting Halong Bay will be an unforgettable experience.

Helicopter service has been in operation since 2008. You can choose it to be a 1 way or 2 ways trip. The helicopter is model EC-130 B4, which is a light weight versatile helicopter produced by Eurocopter company. It can carry up to 7 passengers for tourism purpose, rescue mission, and geological survey. Moreover, the helicopter can be booked for special uses such as wedding and family travel.

As it takes you to Halong Bay, the helicopter will hover 300m above water level, making a 30km in diameter close loop flight within the area, covering places like Tuan Chau Island, Dau Go Cave, and so on. When you choose to take the service from Hanoi, the pick up and drop off point is at Gia Lam airport. If you want to just pay for $110/pax for just a tour from Halong, you will be picked up and dropped off at the Royal Park. For more information, you can check out the company website: www.northernsfc.com.vn

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