Andre Akito

May 2020

Cat Bà Island | Vietnam

Cát Bà Island is located in the south of the world-famous Hạ Long Bay. Therefore, the north part of the island is surrounded by emerald waters and thousands of towering limestones islands topped by rainforests. The island is a popular destination for rock climbing, scuba diving and hiking in Cát Bà National Park. 

Hạ Long Bay

A complex of 1,600 islands and islets, forming a spectacular seascape of limestone pillars. This area was declared  a UNESCO Heritage site and most of the islands are uninhabited and unaffected by human activity. In addition, there are many floating villages by the ocean. 

Secret spots around the Island

Despite being a destination for people that want to visit the popular destination of Hạ Long Bay, Cát Bà Island remains one of the mostly undiscovered. There are so many unknown and secret spots to  visit and discover while going around the island. 

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