The Prince Junk

The Prince Junk was designed after the traditional fishing boats of Halong Bay, only on a slightly smaller scale with either 2 or 4 cabins. In the Indochina fleet, there are 4 Prince Junks:

Prince I has 2 cabins, perfectly suitable for a family including parents and children enjoying the magic of Halong Bay together.

Prince II and III have similar designs and service facilities to accommodate a group of up to 8 persons, or couples sharing trips.

Prince IV with 3 cabins provides a comfortable stay for charter groups, a family, or couples sharing the boat.

Like all of the boats, Prince Junk is designed with sophistication and a meticulous attention to detail for guests’ enjoyment. It features 2 decks with dining areas inside and outside, and traditionally decorated cabins with a sea view window, where you can relax and admire the marvelous view. The crew, with their warmest hospitality, enhances your cruise.

From the time you step aboard, to the time you check into your cabin, or when you are relaxing on the sun desk, you are surrounded by teak and oak paneling and furniture, all constructed by skilled craftsmen. This makes the Prince, together with the 1-cabin L’Amour Junk, the outstanding members of this Royal family fleet. The Prince Junk is the perfect choice for families, couples or small groups. The boats operate 2, 3 and 4 day trips on Halong Bay as well as a day trip option.

Indochina Junk is the only company in Halong Bay with extensive experience and was the first to be awarded official permission to take tourists to Bai Tu Long Bay. Indochina Junk fleet has 14 boats including 12 high standard wooden junks, with from 1 to 11 cabins and 2 luxurious ships of 24 cabins cruising to remote corners in Bai Tu Long Bay. Joining a cruise with Indochina Junk, you will experience warm service and many unique packages to choose from. Study the UNESCO protected geological formation formed long ago, and the biodiversity of the site; experience squid fishing; enter deep into the local life in floating villages, dine in a candlelit cave; feast on a BBQ lunch on the beach, or kayak close to limestone islands.

Halong Bay was formed by millions of years of geological changes, which created thousands of islands. Hidden inside these are beautiful caverns such as Sung Sot, Thien Cung, Trinh Nu and Thien Canh Son Caves, and Thien Cung Grotto.

Recognized by UNESCO as a World Natural Heritage site for its biodiversity, geology and nature, Halong Bay’s beauty and charm make it an outstanding tourism destination. The landscape of Halong is attractive in each season. 


Two days one night cruise to untouched Bai Tu Long Bay on one of the boutique traditional boats of Indochina Junk, this is ideal for you to discover the natural beauty and local life in a limited time schedule, you will get to visit a cave, go kayaking and visit a floating village. This trip takes you deep into natural wonder and experience a memorable night in the majestic bay. The route is off the beaten track and our staffs are keen on taking care of customer’s request, it is quite potential to be your highlight trip in Vietnam.

Cruise in Bai Tu Long Bay, the less visited part of Halong Bay

Traditional wooden boats and authentic experience

Oriental-designed cabin with large windows and en-suite bathroom

Explore Halong Bay by kayak, visit the cave and a bamboo boat trip to floating village

Authentic Vietnamese cuisines onboard


8:00 – 8.30: Pick up at your hotel in Hanoi Old Quarter

11.30 – 12.00: Arrive to Waiting Lounge at Indochina Junk office

12:30 – 1:15: Cruise begins with a welcome drink and safety briefing.

1.30 –3.00: Have lunch while cruising to magnificent Bai Tu Long Bay; admire the fascinating formations on the way.

3.15 – 3.40 : Explore the well- hidden Thien Canh Son Cave.

3.45 – 4.45 : Enjoy relaxing on a white sandy beach at Hon Co Island, swimming or kayaking.

5.00 – 7.00 : Back to junk for refreshing before having dinner on board.

8.00 – 9.00 : Relax, enjoy fresh air & overnight on board.


7.30 – 8.00 : Morning view of the Bay’s landscape with a cup of tea or coffee. Have breakfast in the fresh air.

8.30 – 9.30 : Visit Vung Vieng fishing village by a rustic row-boat, meet the local people and pass through the floating school and fish farms.

10.00 : Check out of the cabin. Start cruising towards the harbor while an A La Carte is served.

3.00 : Arrive in Hanoi. Trip ends.
* The Fleet also operates 2 + 3 night trips!