Bo Hon Island is a beautiful island in Halong Bay, and one of the largest in the area. It is about 1.5 hours from Bai Chay although you took much longer to reach it, as you were cruising slowly and enjoying the view along the way. This limestone island consists of towering limestone hillocks. And Bo Hon Island has an added attraction, Sung Sot Cave, the largest cave system in Halong Bay. The view from the mouth of Sung Sot Cave down to Bo Hon Bay is simply one of the most picturesque in Halong Bay.
Bo Hon Island
Bo Hon Island is also the home for many types of flora and fauna as well as wild animals. The island is inhabited by many species of plants, such as Banyan Tree, or orchid ... Animals reside here include monkeys, deer, antelope ... Though the number of wild animal is diminishing, Bo Hon Island is the sanctuary for those animals to live in. While having such diverse ecosystem, maybe Bo Hon Island is more famously known for its hidden cave system. Each cave bears a beautiful magic of its own, and is associated with many touching legends.