Luon Cave is based in the south of Halong Bay, about 14 km south east of Tuan Chau Marina.
Located on Bo Hon Island and only 1 km away from Surprise Cave or call Sung Sot cave, Luon Grotto is open air pit, exposed to the elements, that can only be accessed by boat. Unlike the numerous other cave systems of Halong Bay, Luon Grotto is a set of islands which have formed a brackish lake approximately 1km in circumference. Entering the Grotto, visitors go under a 100 metre long arch that's 3 metres wide, and based on tide flows, between 2.5 and 4 meters high.
Passing under the arch, flanked by Mother nature for millions of years, tourists to Luon Cave are met with sheer limestone cliffs diving In the cool, jade lake. Guests who choose to kayak can paddle in their leisure around the lake, and have the calmness of the grotto in their very own speed. People who aren't Confident dogs can use bamboo vessel service provided by the neighborhood Vietnamese and enjoy a calming, natural experience. Luon Grotto is home to a rich and varied ecology and the lake supports myriad species of fish, shellfish and mollusks: fish, squid, crab and cuttlefish. In a boat or kayak, visitors can place cheeky monkeys climbing the cliffs, aromatic and delicate orchids flourishing in rocky outcrops, and yelling figs providing solace from the elements.
The right mixture of lime-stone mountains and jade-green sea makes Luon Cave a singular web site to go to on Halong Bay. Moreover, Luon Cave is a most popular place of travellers for kayaking.