Diego Visits Ha Long Bay in Vietnam

Diego Visits Ha Long Bay in #Vietnam

Hạ Long Bay is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and a popular travel destination, in Vietnam. The bay features limestone karsts and close to 2000 islets.

Apart from its natural beauty, the bay is also said to be home to unique flora and fauna not found anywhere else in the planet. Ha Long is also home to one of the earliest known human settlements. Historians date the first settlements in the region to over 10,000 years ago.

But the reason Ha Long draws the tourists is the incredible beauty of the same interacting with the limestone krasts and islets. To see more of the bay and some amazing photographs from Diego just click on the image.

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