Halong Bay in Vietnam’s northern Quang Ninh has been named among the world’s new seven wonders of nature, according to the global poll’s provisional results announced this morning by New Open World Corporation, an associate of the New 7 Wonders Foundation.
Is Halong Bay man made?
Halong Bay is indeed a special masterpiece created by Nature: “What really makes Halong so different is the islands. Hundreds upon hundreds of jungle-covered limestone karst hills that burst from the sea and create a natural maze.
Is there sharks in Halong Bay?
So far, there are NO sharks found or any warning for shark appearance in Halong bay. If you are traveling on a cruise ship, just follow all safety instructions by the cruise operator when you go swimming and kayaking, then you do not have anything to worry about.
What animals live in Halong Bay?
Some of the wildlife found on the islands include: monkeys, birds, lizards, and even antelopes. There are 450 different mollusks and 200 different species of fish in Halong Bay. Some of the islands have permanent residents and tourism businesses. Most of the islands in Halong Bay are limestone.
How do you protect from Halong Bay?
The property is protected effectively by a number of relevant provincial and national laws as well as governmental decrees including; the Cultural Heritage Law, the Bio-Diversity Law, the Tourism Law, the Environmental Protection Law, the Fishery Law and Marine Transport Law.