Island Map and City Map
"The people in Cát bà are indeed very confident. For example, after the second night we still have not paid our hostel. We get 3 scooters without issuing a passport or paying in advance. And if you do not have enough money with you in the market to buy clothes, they will pass it on and you will bring that money later. And maybe a little less, our hostel has no front door, our room cannot be locked and our lockers cannot. But that was not a problem, the owner said. Okay…"
Map of the island
Cat Ba, the largest island
Map of the city
The City with dock
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Catba Island Resort & Spa
Half encircled by forest and overlooking the sea, this hillside resort offers tons of fun for the family, as well as providing for those with business. Catba Island Resort & Spa is situated on one of the largest islands in Halong Bay known as Cat Ba Island. Limestone formations and a huge national park make up most of the island. A great way to spend a day is trekking through the forest, trying to spot the endangered golden headed Cat Ba langur, which is one of the rarest seen primates in Asia. Or spend your days at the resort playing in the water park. Don’t be shy to utilize all the slides and rides, waterfalls, and more. To complete the day, there is also a spa and sauna. Take care of any business at the fully equipped business center and conference rooms. Catba Island Resort & Spa has all that is needed for an unforgettable family holiday.
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n the beautiful National Park Cat Ba live 32 species of mammals, including 65 remaining golden-headed langur; The world's most endangered apes. There are some good hiking trails.
To reach the park, you can catch the green bus from the National Park.
It departs from the harbour of Cat Ba Town.
A guide is not mandatory, but it is definitely recommended. Inside the park is the Trung Trang Cave. This is easy to achieve, but you need to contact a ranger to make sure that it is open. Bring a flashlight with you.
There is also a challenging 18 km walking trail in the park. This takes six hours and you can do best with a guide. Boat or bus transportation to the starting point and a boat back to the city can be arranged. Take good walking shoes, a raincoat and water along for the walk.
The mammals you see in the park are: macaques, deer, civets and various types of squirrels. There are seventy spotted birds, including hawks, hornbills and cuckoos. Cat Ba is also on a major migration route for waterfowl that feed on the beaches and in mangrove forests.