Bo Hon Island is situated in the center of the UNESCO – declared World Heritage area on Halong Bay. It would take about an hour and a half to get to if you depart from Bai Chay beach.
Bo Hon is considered to be one of the most splendid and biggest islands in Halong bay. It’s actually an island range of linked islets. High cliffs and lush rain-forest give this island a regal quality. From a far, it looks like a majestic citadel in a Chinese ink-brush painting.
Bo Hon Island is famous for its grottoes including Sung Sot Cave (Surprise Cave), Luon Cave, Trinh Nu Cave (Virgin Cave) and Trong Cave (Drum Cave). The abundance of caves and their natural majesty have made Bo Hon a popular stop for tourists.
Bo Hon Island seems like a natural park with diverse species of flora and fauna. Animals like monkeys and deer are not uncommon on the island as well as plants like orchids and Benjamin fig trees. Bo Hon Island is a true paradise.0