Bhaya Cruises in Halong Bay Vietnam launches Travel Trade Promotion

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Monday, 27 April 2009

Bhaya Cruises has launched a special promotion so travel industry professionals can more easily discover the natural wonders of Halong Bay in Vietnam.

People working in the travel industry can now enjoy a 2-day cruise in the Bay for just US$ 60 per person. This represents a discount of 70% off the public rate. The offer is valid from 1 May to 30 Sep 2009.

The promotion which is available exclusively to travel industry personnel includes:

- 2-day overnight cruise in Halong aboard Bhaya Classic in Deluxe Cabin (twin sharing)
- Three meals onboard
- On shore excursions to Vung Vieng fishing village and Cave of Surprise
- Vietnamese cooking demonstration
- Morning Tai Chi exercise
- Sightseeing fees and onboard insurance

A valid business card and proof of employment is required upon booking. The rate is applicable for groups from two to four persons per departure only. For single travellers there is a supplement of US$ 30/person/night. One child under 6 can stay with the parents free of charge. A child from 6 to 12 staying with the parents will incur a charge of US$ 30/child/night (1child per cabin only).

Round trips transfers by Bhaya shuttle bus from Hanoi to Halong is discounted to US$ 20/person, child from 6 to 12 is US$ 10/child, free for child under 6. Other terms and conditions may apply.

The two showpiece Bhaya Classic vessels offer 40 luxury cabins and suites for up to 80 passengers on two or three days cruises of Halong Bay.

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