Stone dog Islet
Cho Da Islet has been regarded as a peaceful symbol of tourists’ voyages for millions of years. It is one of the beautiful images and profound significance in Halong Bay; simultaneously, it is the impressive attraction alluring numerous tourists.
If having ever been to Halong Bay, tourists certainly cannot forget the stunning beauty of thousands of islands and islets on the bay. Cho Da Islet, also known as Stone Dog Islet, is near Dau Go Cave on the west. It belongs to the population of 1969 multi-shaped islands and islets surrounding majestic Halong Bay – twice ranked the world natural heritage by UNESCO. The reason why it is called “Cho Da Islet” comes from its appearance which looks like a dog with the head turning to the sea.
Among majestic Halong Bay scenery, Cho Da Islet is worth a must-see spot in the journey of discovering and conquering the wonderful bay. Tourists coming here are to immerse themselves in the peaceful and romantic natural scenery, mingle with the immense heaven and earth, and hear the whisper of the sea. Furthermore, Cho Da Islet - a symbol for the safety of tourists when coming here will actually make the trip much more meaningful and memorable. Halong tourism is thus more and more popular over the world and increasingly attracts much more visitors.