Indochina Junk was the first company to receive full permission to tour Bai Tu Long Bay, and now has years of experience to guarantee an enchanting trip to the less visited areas. The whole area of Halong Bay UNESCO World Heritage site can be divided into central Halong Bay, western Bai Tu Long Bay, and Lan Ha Bay near Cat Ba Island. While central Halong Bay has long been a tourist area, Bai Tu Long Bay remains a rarely explored destination.
All the staff of Indochina Junk come from different regions in Vietnam, and demonstrates a passion for their heritage by providing customers with an once-in-a-lifetime experience in Halong Bay. They are youthful, friendly and professional in their job performance. In addition, Indochina Junk focuses on the visitors’ experience by offering unique services: kayaking, exploring deep into the local life in the floating village, having a BBQ lunch on the beach and swimming at a private beach in Bai Tu Long Bay
Indochina Junk fleet has 14 boats which are designed following the time honored fishing boat style of Halong Bay. These traditionally decorated accommodations provide you with a comfortable stay while enjoying Halong Bay.
Our itinerary allows visitors to maximize their comfort; we do not change boats or use any other day trip boat to transfer you during your stay. There is only one boat and one crew, and the entire group stays together.
Join a cruise with Indochina Junk, and you will be served many delicious Vietnamese dishes, as our chefs are skilled in the art of food preparation and design. If you have any special dietary requirements, our culinary staff will carefully prepare your menu.
Indochina Junk always focuses on sharing benefits with the locals to protect the environment and to improve the lives of the sea based community. We were the founder of “For a Green Halong Bay” program and initiated many projects such as garbage collection in VungVieng fishing village and replanting mangrove forests in Cong Dam fishing village for local people. We are calling for support to protect Halong Bay, hoping each visitor will join with Indochina Junk to support sustainable tourism.