Tam Coc – Bich Dong is also called “A terrestrial Halong Bay” for its poetic and inspirational natural scenery.
Located in the Ngu Nhac Son Mountains, Hoa Lu District, Ninh Binh province, it is a grandiose complex of Bich Dong pagoda and Tam Coc grotto which is one among the 21 crucial tourism destinations of Vietnam.
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Tam Coc Wharf – starting point of journeys
To begin the journey, tourists have to queue at Tam Coc Wharf to take a boat to travel along rivers. The dam is crowded with tourists from morning till afternoon. People coming here share the same pleasant feeling about such a nice picture with the classical communal house, ancient banian tree, moss grown well, marble rock, and friendly locals.
Tam Coc – a mysterious grotto
Visiting Tam Coc Grotto, tourists may feel like they had just disappeared from the real world to get lost in such a hidden fairy site, which is located approximately 2km from the pagoda. Tam Coc is 3 kilometers from Van Lam Wharf. Now just take a boat from Van Lam Wharf to reach the Tam Coc Grotto, which consists of the Hang Ca, Hang Hai and Hang Ba caves. This might take you three hours on your small boat along the Ngo Dong river, beginning at the village of Van Lam and proceeding through a scenic landscape dominated by rice fields and karst towers.