Perfectly located 10 minutes from Cat Ba town, Cat Ba home-stay situates in Cat Ba Island which is the gate way to Cat Ba National Park and the World Natural Heritage - Halong Bay.
Being hidden in a tranquil hide-away village, the home-stay promises to give you a great escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. The traditional houses, the green garden and the host family represent different slices of Vietnamese traditional life. Under the care of friendly hosts Mr. Han and Mrs. Cam, the home-stay is trusted to make every guest coming here feel definitely warm and close.
At the home-stay, while the restored 100-year-old traditional house comfortably fits large groups and families, the private house suits couples. Guests coming and staying at the home-stay can be served delicious home cooked meals upon request and experience the daily activities with the host family like cooking, gardening, and animal feeding...
Designed with the airy traditional architecture houses filled up with the fine wooden interior and a peaceful garden, the home-stay is definitely trusted to make your stay more comfortable and unforgettable.
Kayaking is the best way to see Lan Ha bay in an eco-way. Grab your paddle – we take you on unique kayaking routes through explore deserted lagoons, unspoiled grottos...
Cat Ba - это небольшой остров, примерно 18 км в длину. Примечателен тем, что находится прямо в бухте Хаолонг, которая объявлена наследием Юнеско. Про бухту и дорогу до острова я расскажу позже, пока хочу рассказать о месте где мы жили.
After many years of meticulous preparations, the translocation of the two female Cat Ba langurs from Dong Cong Island to the "Sanctuary" on the main island has been implemented successfully! More detailed information and photos will be disseminated soon.
This photo shows the two Australian wildlife vets who had been recruited for the translocation as well as Münster Zoo's director Jörg Adler with one of the two Cat Ba langurs during anaesthesia.