Dragon Legend Cruise
Duration: 1 day (private), 2 days 1 night, 3 days 2 nights
Depart: Hon Gai International Port
Sales office: 58 Au Trieu Street, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi
Head office: 06 Le Thanh Tong Street, Hon Gai Harbor, Quang Ninh
Contact: (+84) 964 34 33 22
Dragon Legend Cruise’s route is off the beaten track, with less well-known attractions and untouched beaches. Details are as follows:
– 1 day private cruise: Teapot Islet, Blockhouse Islet, Goat head Islet, other limestone seascapes, and lastly the mysterious Thien Canh Son Cave.
– 2 days 1 night cruise: the less crowded Bai Tu Long Bay, fascinating limestone karsts, the sandy beach of the Vung Dang – Cong Dam area, the Thien Canh Son Cave, the Yen Duc village in the tranquil Dong Trieu province.
– 3 days 2 nights cruise: including all destinations of the 2 days 1 night cruise, with additional visits to the private Mua Hoa area, the Cap La area, the local, untouched Vung Vieng fishing village and finally the Cua Lac area.
Style & Character
It is stated that the hotel is “designed to satisfy the expectations of visitors who wish to gain insights to the singular elements that characterize the Vietnamese culture”, and that much is true. While still keeping a slightly modern edge, the cruises has stunning Vietnamese decorations, with ornate furniture, lotus paintings and the major colors of gold and brown. The interior design also artfully represents aspects of the Vietnamese culture..
Services & Facilities
The Dragon Legend Cruise is a member of the Indochina Junk group, therefore it boasts professionalism and politeness. The staff, as such, is simply outstanding, fluent in English and French, and is always attentive and efficient in their tasks.
Various activities can be done over the course of the cruises, including a diversity of water sports like kayaking, swimming, fishing and snorkeling, as well as exploring of caves and villages. There are also water puppet shows – an iconic performance of Vietnam on deck.
There is no available Wi-fi or laundry services, this is important to keep in mind.
The Dragon Legend cruise has the following services and facilities:
With only 24 cabins, aiming to host an average of 48 passengers, the cruise’s rooms are incredibly spacious. Each of these rooms is wood-panelled, aiming to create a fusion of Vietnamese culture and contemporary design Two cabins are attached to accommodate family trips.
Amenities in the rooms include: bathtubs, in-house telephone, safety boxes, LCD TVs, air-conditioning, and free toiletries.
Food & Drinks
There are both an indoor and an open-spaced restaurant available to all guests. Customers are served a set menu, a buffet menu as well as an a là cárte menu, all including various delicious Vietnamese dishes. The authenticity is apparent from the seasonings and ingredients of the dishes. The bar serves good wine and beverages, with many recipes for guests to try out.
Value for money
A deluxe double or twin room is available from $355 during the high seasons, with full board including all meals.