Admiring charming beauty of Ha Long Bay from the most modern seaplane in Vietnam – Recently, Hai Au Airline (Thien Minh Group) – a local aviation service officially launched sightseeing seaplane service to Ha Long Bay (Quang Ninh Province). With 2 high-class seaplane appearing for the first time in Vietnam, you will have chance to experience the beauty of Ha Long Bay and the whole scene of the North from a height of 150-3000m above the sea.
With these super modern seaplanes, you just take about 30 minutes to see the whole scene of not only Ha Long Bay, but other well-known destinations in the North such as Cat Ba Island, Tam Dao, etc, instead of taking 3-4 hours sitting on the cruse or ship. The seaplanes have large and huge glass windows, helping you can see everything down below. The feeling of seeing a world’s natural wonder from the sky is very amazing experience. It is more amazing when the seaplanes take off or touch down on the surface of water.
Each day, there are 1-3 return flights from Hanoi to Ha Long and about 5 sightseeing flights on Ha Long Bay. The ticket price varies from 5 million to 7 million VND/person, depending on the flight time and the routines you choose.
Hai Au Airline plans to expand this tourism service on the routines to Ho Chi Minh City and other famous destinations such as Nha Trang, Da Lat, Mui Ne, Phu Quoc, Con Dao,…
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