Hanoi, Vietnam, November 17, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Luxury Travel Ltd. has served the luxury travel industry for many years, and their staff has acquired first-hand knowledge about the luxury travel market in Vietnam. Their advisors have visited their recommended destinations, and have personally checked out the finest hotels, resorts, restaurants, unique optional tours designed for discriminating travelers.
Quang Binh province has been blessed by Mother Nature with forests, seas, rivers and a stunning coastline. History has been less kind, but this battle-hardened province and long impoverished land is now making the most of its natural assets and emerging as one of Vietnam’s most talked about up-and-coming tourist destinations.
In part this has been due to its comparative inaccessibility, however, the opening of regular air service from Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City to the city of Dong Hoi, some 40km from the caves in September 2008 has changed all that. Now the caves are a 45-minute flight away from the Vietnamese capital and 1.5 hours from the southern hub, and you can access Phong Nha from Hue city or Danang by car. Like Halong Bay’s rocks, the caves date back to the Paleozoic period, some 400 million years ago. The main difference lies in the vast scale of the cave. The whole complex is some 65km long stretching towards the Lao border. To explore the cave and underground river system more effectively, they have launched a special tour to explore further into the mysterious cave. Besides visiting the cave by power boat as usual, you can kayak down the underground river to access both the well-known and unexplored caves.
“Discovered in 1935, but having only opened to tourists in 1999, Phong Nha Cave was made a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2003. Compared to the citadel of Hue, the ancient town of Hoi An and My Son Sanctuary, Phong Nha has remained largely off the beaten track at least for international tourists. We offer two day tours from Hue or Danang, and you can opt for a unique homestay in Chay Lap or the Sun Spa Resort,” said Phan Trong Thang, Senior Sales Excutive of Luxury Travel Ltd.
The tour price starts from US$ 279 per person for 2 persons (5.600.000 VND pp). Price includes every thing: private pick up and drop off services, all transportation, accommodation, entrance fees, kayak equipements, and the services of an English or French-speaking guide. This offer is valid until 30 December 2013.
“Do not expect much luxury, but rather nature and sense of connection with the area’s history and people. On this two day tour you will explore Son Dong and Paradise Cave, and the three or four day option is also recommended,” said Pham Ha, founder and CEO of Luxury Travel Ltd.
Vietnam’s first luxury tour operator/DMC (www.luxurytravelvietnam.com) is based in Hanoi, with offices throughout Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Thailand. Luxury Travel is exceptional at designing tailor-made tours and providing unique travel experiences. Opened in 2004, the Luxury Travel Company Limited has its own offices, luxury vehicles, luxury travel advisors, and representative offices in California, London, Paris, and Sydney. The company’s depth of experience and large infrastructure enable it to create unique itineraries with the operational confidence to fulfill client expectations. Luxury Travel Ltd. has won numerous travel awards for excellent performance including the most recent “The Years’ Best” of the Guide Awards in 2012. www.facebook.com/luxurytravelcompany