Bhaya Cruises, Halong Bay Announces “Free for Children” Special Summer Promotion

From June to September 2014, Bhaya Cruises is excited to run a very special summer promotion which extends families the opportunity to travel in style with its’ new “Children Travel for Free”.

Bhaya Classic Halong Bay Cruise

This opportunity can be applied on all products within the Bhaya Cruises group–The Legend, The Au Co, and The Classic. For each cabin booked by parents, one cabin is then given for their children. Condition do apply; for inbound market only and a maximum of 2 children under the age of 12 travelling with 2 adults.

In 2007, the Bhaya Classic was known as a revolution for her time, with an innovative design and unique concept never before seen in Halong Bay (www.bhayacruises.com). Anticipating new needs for travellers, the group decided to launch 2 new products, first in 2009 and again in 2012; the Legend (www.legendhalong.com), a fleet of 8 small private charters, and the latter, The Au Co (www.aucocruises.com), the first and only ship to cruise continuously for 2 nights in the whole Gulf of Tonkin.

Bhaya Cruises group is the largest luxury cruise operator in Ha Long Bay, Vietnam, with 14 ships,more than 300 staff, and a total of 180 cabins for overnight guests. We are known as the largest cruise operator in Ha Long Bay as we operate 180 cabins and accommodate up to 5,000 passengers each month. We have also received multiple Certificates of Excellence – Trip Advisor from 2010 to 2014” Armand Cheveux, Business Development Manager of Bhaya Cruises.

For more information and reservations, please contact:

Armand CHEVEUX (Mr.)
Business Development Manager
Add: 47 Phan Chu Trinh Street, Hanoi, Vietnam
Tel: +84-4-39446777 | Fax: +84-4-39446776
Email: ito@bhayacruises.com

WHEN SHOULD YOU TRAVEL TO HALONG BAY

Vietnam is located in the Torrid Zone. Thus, it is impossible to describe “Vietnamese climate” at once: it goes from glacial winters in Northern Mountains, to continuous heat in the Mekong Delta.

Upfront, there aren’t any bad months for a tour to Halong Bay.  Halong cruises deserve many beautiful and different surprising types of scenery each time of the year.

Let’s focus on the North. Meteorologists, blogs and websites will tell you Vietnam is rhythmed by two seasons: spring and winter monsoons. Vietnamese, however, will tell you there are four seasons in the North. And they are right.

Northern Vietnamese Climate

Monsoon

Winter

Spring

Season

Autumn

Winter

Spring

Summer

Months

Oct – Nov – Dec

Jan – Feb – Mar

Apr – May – Jun

Jul – Aug – Sept

Halong Bay °C

27° / 15°

16° / 22°

21° / 32°

32° / 25°

Halong Bay °F

81° / 59°

61° / 72°

70° / 90°

90° / 77°

The winter monsoon brings cold and humidity to all regions above Nha Trang, while spring monsoon comes with heat and humidity, (except for areas sheltered by mountains).

February and March usually have persistent, light and drizzling rain. It doesn’t mean you won’t enjoy your Halong Bay cruise, scenery tends to become unreal, mystical, with a morning fog that transforms the bay in a ghost sea town.

Halong bay - Bhaya cruises

Halong bay – Bhaya cruise tours – www.bhayacruises.com

Advertisers will advise you to plan your trip to Halong Bay in April, March or October. But Halong tours are spectacular anytime of the year! 

Halong Bay Junk

Halong Bay Junk

 

Fairy tale wedding anniversary on Bhaya Legend

This Tuesday, Bhaya staff were so happy and delighted to receive one of our guests’ letter who took a charter cruise tour on Bhaya Legend, one of our vessels on Halong Bay.

Bhaya would like to express our sincere thanks to Mrs. Marith Kull, her husband and children who shared with us very nice moments of their 5th wedding anniversary on our cruise. Below is part of the letter she wrote to us:

“… I would also like to tremendously thank the crew of Bhaya Cruises Legend I. Because of them the cruise was most enjoyable. We were celebrating our anniversary with our children Evan and Mia ages 3 and 1, and to my surprise most of the crew members indicated that they had young children of their own which answered why they were so natural amongst them. Although we did not ask for our children to be taken care of by the crew, each took aside a couple of minutes to look after them so Andrew and I could enjoy a meal or relax and enjoy the wonderful view that Halong Bay has to offer.Vu our waitress in particular, from time to timewould pop out of nowhere and wipe down the kids faces and hands with a fresh new towel. Each member went out of their way as parents themselves to make our trip along with the children stress free.

Our Cruise Manager Lai was exceptional at making us feel at home on the boat and on the individualized tours. Our children especially our son Evan, will remember this trip and often still talks about Lai. We were quite sad leaving because we saw the sadness on our children’s faces and Evan had asked us why Lai was not coming home with us as he was use to Lai being there the last 2 days.

The Captain and other crew members were all very welcoming.  The Chef’s  food was delicious each time. We thoroughly enjoyed the unique dinner in the cave, and the only thing that was missing was music which was fixed right away as one of the crew members pulled out his cell phone and played a lovely Vietnamese wedding song. We definitely felt like king and queen on our special trip and the boat cruise turned out to be a fairy tale in so many ways thanks to the staff.

I hope to return one day and take the cruise all over again as it has left me very fond memories…”

Wedding anniversary on Halong Bay with Bhaya Legend

Tai Chi on Halong Bay with Bhaya Cruises | Way to your inner peace

Tai Chi is an outstanding gem of traditional Chinese culture that is valuable in promoting health, developing combat and self-defense skills, and improving concentration and overall well-being. This ancient art uses gentle flowing movements to reduce the stress of today’s busy lifestyles.

Tai Chi emphasizes complete relaxation, and is essentially a form of meditation, or what has been called “meditation in motion.” Though it is soft, slow, and flowing, the movements are executed precisely.

“Whoever practices Tai Chi regularly will in time gain the suppleness of a child,
the strength of a lion, and the peace of mind of a sage.”

– Old Saying –

Morning Tai Chi class on Halong Bay

Tai Chi on Halong Bay – A great experience ever!

One of the most important points to Tai Chi practice is the relaxation of your mind and body. Choosing a quiet time and tranquil place with open fresh air is a great factor to help induce the body into a balanced and meditative state.

On a Bhaya cruise, we mark the morning Tai Chi class as one of our Halong Bay cruise tour’s highlights. Early in the morning of the 2nd and/or 3rd day of the tour, we offer you a Tai Chi class on the sundeck of our vessel. Our experienced Tai Chi master will instruct you to use the conscious mind to guide the movements and let it lead the body. This will develop your deep concentration to find your inner peace in harmony with nature. Early morning on Halong Bay is a perfect time as it is quiet and sunrise warms up your body. Enjoying the Bay’s outstanding scenic beauty of limestone islets rising from emerald waters will take your mind completely away from stress.

Tai Chi practice on Halong Bay with Bhaya Cruises is a great experience ever.

You will discover it yourself!

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Bhaya II is scheduled to commence operation in Oct 31st, 2008

Hanoi, 22 Oct 2008- Bhaya Cruises celebrates the launch of Bhaya II. Built in the style of King Khai Dinh’s (1885-1925) ancient vessel which sailed waters of the Halong Bay almost a century ago, Bhaya II is another wooden luxury cruise vessel designed by talented French architects who have designed the famed Bhaya I.

Similar to her twin sister vessel, Bhaya II provides 20 spacious and luxurious cabins including 2 Royal Suites (16.5m2), 2 Bhaya Suites (14.5m2) and 16 Deluxe cabins (12.5m2). All cabins are equipped with twin or double beds, private bathroom and shower, internal telephone, and air conditioning.

The new 40-meter cruise vessel’s features a spacious restaurant serving eastern and western delicacies, a spa, a shop and a boutique library spreading over on three decks. It also features a large Sundeck, offering 3600 panoramic views of the Bay.

With the launch of Bhaya II, Bhaya twin sister vessels will provide a total of 40 cabins, accommodating up to 80 passengers for all kinds of incentives and events.