Thanks to recent road works, getting to Ba Be Lake is so much easier than it used to be. From Hanoi to Ba Be Lake city 240 km away, takes 5 hours by bus , also there are other ways to get there . There are 2 main ways to transfer from Hanoi to Ba Be Lake. See more details below:
|Kind Of Car||4 Seats||7 Seats|
|Price||195 USD||215 USD|
|Time||2 Days||2 Days|
|Departure time||as required||as required|
|Departure time||Arrive time||Price|
|8.00 am||14.30||20 USD|
Our guide pick up at your hotel in the Hanoi Old Quarter by mini bus or Taxi transfer to seating bus 30 minutes before departure time
Departure from Hanoi to Ba Be Lake so you only need about 6 hours to get to Ba Be Lake
After 3 hours have a short break on the half way
Continue 3 hours more the bus arrive Ba Be Lake
Finally the bus will drop you at some hotel or bus station in Ba Be lake
|Departure time||Arrive time||Price|
|11.00 am||17.00||20 USD|
The first thing you can’t forget is to take the time to learn and visit the highlights in Ba Be Lake. You can spend 1 to 2 days to visit. Below is a list of interesting points you can refer and discover
Ba Be Lake or Ba Be National Park is located in Bac Can Province, 240km from Hanoi and covers more than 23,000 hectares boasting waterfalls, rivers, deep valleys, lakes and caves set amid towering peaks. The area is home to many ethnic minority communities. Ba Be Lake is in fact three lakes linked by wide channels, about 8km long and 400m wide. The surface is always calm, making a boat trip a peaceful experience. Reaching Ba Be has traditionally meant a six to eight hour drive over rough roads, but the newly constructed highway no3 means that it’s now possible to get here in 5 hours from Hanoi, on well paved roads, while the scenery is as magnificent as ever.
Ba Be Lake lies in the middle of the vast limestone mountain range of Ba Be National Park with large and small islands of limestone rising out of the water, many of which can be explored as you kayak around. There are also several caves to find, with beautiful rock formations that have developed over millions of years. Of those, a good example is Puong Cave, through which the Nang river runs under its magnificent limestone structures. It is 30 meters wide, and 300 meters deep with thousands of stalactite and stalagmite structures and a bat colony numbering tens of thousands. Its picturesque entrance lies to the north east of Ba Be Lake, in the hillside of the Lung Nham Range.
Dau Dang waterfall is about 3 km to the west of Ba Be Lake. It straddles the border between Bac Kan and Tuyen Quang provinces. Here the Nang River flows over a rocky section, forming a 1km long stretch of rapids and dropping several hundred metres. Water from above thunders down with dazzling white bubbles all year, creating a mighty music within the grandiose jungle. Dau Dang waterfall has many valuable species of fish, and some of them are tens of kilos in weight. In March and April, after the first rains, each school of fish races to pass the waterfall, creating the exiting spectacle known as “Fish passing dragon gate From Dau Dang waterfall”. About 300m further on tourists can get on a boat to visit the ecotourism project of Na Hang hydroelectric lake (Tuyen Quang province) and visit Bac Me in Ha Giang province. The Dau Dang waterfall is where the Nang River is broken with small rocks stacked hundreds of meters high, for more than 1 km.
Puong Cave is the most beautiful and worth seeing in Ba Be Lake. The cave is 300 meters long and 30 meters tall. High caves and boats can move in, the stalactites in the cave create a lot of interesting shapes, attracting tourists. In addition, there are many bats in the cave where tens of thousands of people live and live.
If you have traveled to Ba Be Lake, You will not be able to skip the boat sightseeing Ba Be Lake. You should go in groups to save boat rental costs because the price of each boat is from 200,000 VND – 350,000 VND. Sitting on the boat floating in the middle of Vietnam’s largest lake. You will forget all your daily worries and worries. On the way, remember to tell the boat people to visit Mrs. Guong, Puong, Dau Dang, An Ma, Pac Ngoi villages … to have fun and take pictures.
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