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Trails of Indochina launches New Halong Bay Cruise

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Trails of Indochina's cruise specialist Cruise Halong has released a new three-day luxury cruise on board the traditionally built Halong Jasmine.

Complete with a restaurant, two bars, a small library and a massage room, the 24-berth junk provides its guests with an ideal opportunity to visit this unique part of the world in a manner unchanged for centuries while enjoying all the comforts of the 21st century.

The Halong Jasmine’s cruise program includes exploring the of the UNESCO World Heritage-listed region’s famous limestone caves and grottoes, visits to floating villages and local schools by kayak.

Passengers also have the opportunity to participate in traditional temple ceremonies as well as trekking, cycling and exploring the region’s famous Cat Ba Island and its national park.

The program also includes a number of lectures delivered by a representative of the Vietnamese government’s Department of Conservation underpinning the role the government is playing in helping to preserve the region, its long term plan to turn Ha Long Bay into a ‘living museum’ are also expected to form part of the overall program.

The three-day program, which includes all on board meals, accommodation and cruise activities, is priced from USD$346* per person twin share.

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