Dont Visit Tam Coc, Vietnam Without Knowing These 9 Essentials!

Don't Visit Tam Coc, Vietnam Without Knowing These 9 Essentials!

Tam Coc, Vietnam, has earned prestigious recognition from Forbes magazine as one of the 23 best tourist destinations of 2023! Additionally, TripAdvisor travelers have ranked this enchanting region as the 7th friendliest destination in the world. What makes Tam Coc so exceptional and deserving of such high praise? Read on to discover the breathtaking landscapes, rich cultural heritage, and warm hospitality that make Tam Coc a must-visit destination.

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Written by Jade NGUYEN, (local expert) Updated on 28-06-2024
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1. What Is Tam Coc and Where Is It Located?

Tam Coc, often referred to as the "Halong Bay on Land," is a stunning destination within the Trang An Landscape Complex in Ninh Binh, Vietnam.

Covering 10,000 hectares across Hoa Lu, Gia Vien, Nho Quan districts, and Ninh Binh City, the Trang An Scenic Landscape Complex includes the Trang An Eco-tourist Site, Tam Coc-Bich Dong Landscape, and Hoa Lu Ancient Citadel.

Trang An Eco-tourist Site features spectacular limestone karst peaks, valleys (some submerged), and steep cliffs, making it an outdoor geological museum. The site includes 48 grottoes and caves interspersed with 31 valleys, each offering unique beauty. With around 500 species of flora, 73 species of birds, and 41 other animal species, Trang An is renowned for its diverse ecosystem and exceptional natural beauty.

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Trang An Scenic Landscape Complex includes the Trang An Eco-tourist Site, Tam Coc-Bich Dong Landscape, and Hoa Lu Ancient Citadel

This area is located about 65 miles (approximately a 2-hour drive) from Hanoi, near the southern edge of the Red River Delta, features a breathtaking landscape with majestic rock formations rising above lush rice fields and tranquil streams.

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Tam Coc in Vietnam Map

Tam Coc, meaning "three caves" and also known as Xuyen Thuy, comprises Ca Cave, Hai Cave, and Ba Cave. These caves were formed by the Ngo Dong River carving its way through the mountains. (In Vietnamese, "Ca" means 1st, "Hai" means 2nd, and "Ba" means 3rd.)

  • Ca Cave: This cave is 127 meters long, passing through a large mountain with an entrance over 20 meters wide. The cave has a cool climate and features numerous stalactites hanging down in various shapes and forms.
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The immersing beauty of the caves in Tam Coc
  • Hai Cave: Located nearly 1 kilometer from Ca Cave, Hai Cave is 60 meters long with a ceiling adorned with many unusual stalactites.
  • Ba Cave: Situated near Hai Cave, Ba Cave is 50 meters long. Its ceiling resembles a stone arch and is lower compared to the other two caves.

Trang An incorporates a footcave-enclosed depression (cockpit) landscape that is considered by experts to be the best example of its kind in the world. Covering 6,226 hectares, it is surrounded by a buffer zone of 6,026 hectares of mostly rural land with rice paddy fields.

Don't miss the boat adventure through a landscape worthy of a fairy tale!

2. What Is the Difference Between Tam Coc and Halong Bay?

Halong Bay is a maritime bay located in the northeast of Vietnam (Quang Ninh province), part of the Pacific Ocean. It is renowned for its thousands of limestone peaks that majestically emerge from the sea, creating a surreal and otherworldly landscape. These peaks are often covered in lush vegetation, adding to the bay's mystical allure. Exploring Halong Bay is typically done via cruises that last 1 to 2 days, allowing visitors to fully immerse themselves in the stunning natural beauty of the area.

halong bay

During these cruises, travelers can participate in a variety of activities such as swimming in the emerald waters, kayaking through hidden lagoons and caves, visiting floating fishing villages, and enjoying the spectacular sunset over the bay. The cruises often include overnight stays on board, providing a unique and memorable experience of sleeping amid the serene waters and towering limestone formations.

Don''t miss the boat adventure through a landscape worthy of a fairy tale!
Don't miss the boat adventure through a landscape worthy of a fairy tale!

In contrast, Tam Coc is situated on dry land in the Red River delta, within Ninh Binh province. It features sugarloaf-shaped rock formations that rise dramatically above expansive rice fields and meandering streams. This picturesque setting is often likened to a terrestrial version of Halong Bay, hence its nickname "Halong Bay on Land."

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Tam Coc is situated on dry land in the Red River delta

Visiting Tam Coc involves taking shorter, hand-rowed boat rides, typically lasting about 2 hours. These small boats, usually operated by local villagers, gently glide along the Ngo Dong River, providing a peaceful and intimate exploration of the region's natural beauty. After the boat ride, it is often possible to enjoy relaxing bike rides through the surrounding nature, adding an extra dimension to the experience.

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Our dear traveler on her trip to Tam Coc with her husband

3. How to Get to Tam Coc?

Tam Coc is located approximately a 2-hour drive south of Hanoi, covering a distance of about 100 km. It is also approximately a 3-hour drive southwest from maritime Halong Bay.

Here is a summary of the transportation options:

  • Hanoi, the capital of the country: 2 hours by road, 3 hours by evening train

You can purchase a train ticket to Ninh Binh at Hanoi Railway Station. The journey from Hanoi to Ninh Binh Railway Station takes a bit over 2 hours. From there, Tam Coc is located approximately 5 km away, and you can reach it by taking a taxi or a motorbike taxi from Ninh Binh Town.

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You can purchase a train ticket to Ninh Binh at Hanoi Railway Station
  • Halong Bay (by sea): 3 hours by car

You can take a bus or minivan via the QL10 highway which connects Quang Ninh, Hai Phong, Thai Binh, Nam Dinh, and Ninh Binh. You will be picked up from your hotel or designated Halong Bay location. The journey includes a short break in Hai Phong and scenic views of rice fields and villages. You will be dropped off in Tam Coc, where you can book a boat tour.

  • Pu Luong Nature Reserve: 3 hours by car

The driving distance from Tam Coc to Puluong Retreat, Pu Luong, is 128 km, taking about 2 hours and 11 minutes. You can either hire a private car or take a bus for the journey.

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  • Hue, the former imperial city in the central region: an overnight train journey

The railway from Hue Station to Ninh Binh Station is about 454 kilometers. Three trains, SE6, SE8, and SE20 (part of the Reunification Express), run this route daily, taking approximately 12.5 hours each way.

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Train from Hue to Ninh Binh

4. What Are Must-Visited Sites and Must-Do Activities?

4.1 Taking a boat ride on the river

You will have the chance to admire the colossal artwork depicting a flute-playing shepherd boy riding his buffalo amidst the picturesque rice fields. The Tam Coc boat tour offers a serene, non-motorized journey through the picturesque Tam Coc countryside, lasting about 1.5 to 2 hours. Boat tours depart from the Tam Coc Van Lam Pier, where you can purchase tickets at the office located under the shelter.

  • Tam Coc entrance fees: 120,000 VND for adults, 60,000 VND for children under 1.4 meters tall, and free for children under 3 years old.
  • Boat ticket fees: 150,000 VND per boat, accommodating up to 4 Vietnamese tourists or 2 foreign tourists per boat.
Good to know:

Tipping isn't mandatory in Vietnam, but it's appreciated for good service. In Trang An, boat riders are monitored through feedback forms, with poor feedback risking their earnings or jobs, reducing scams. They may ask for feedback before suggesting tips to ensure service quality.

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Taking a boat ride on the Ngo Dong river

You'll have the time to explore all three caves of Tam Coc during this boat tour:

  • Ca Cave: Known as the largest and longest cave, Hang Ca boasts a height of 20 meters and stretches over 127 meters. The cave features numerous stalactites and stalagmites forming unique shapes. According to local tale, an old sage with white hair once fished here. Even today, from a distance, Hang Ca resembles a sage's home. The cave's cool atmosphere and beautiful stalactites captivate visitors.
Ca cave of Tam Coc
The cave's cool atmosphere and beautiful stalactites captivate visitors.
  • Hai Cave: Located about 1 km after Hang Ca, Hang Hai is over 60 meters long. Though smaller than Hang Ca, the experience of boating through the cave and admiring the sparkling stalactites is sure to delight you. The climate and scenery inside the cave are similar to Hang Ca.
  • Ba Cave: Hang Ba differs from the other two caves with its lower ceiling. When visiting Hang Ba, you can enjoy the stunning natural scenery of Tam Coc, Ninh Binh.

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4.2 Bich Dong Pagoda

From the Tam Coc boat pier, drive east for nearly 3 km to reach Bich Dong Pagoda, a historic three-tiered cave pagoda. Fondly called 'Nam Thien De Nhi Dong,' meaning the second most beautiful cave in the South, it is only surpassed by Huong Tich Cave in Huong Son. The location of this pagoda was selected in 1428 by two monks who were captivated by the scenic view of the river and mountains. Later, King Le Canh Hung honored the stunning pagoda and its landscape with a poem. Bich Dong, meaning 'Green Grotto' or 'Pearl Grotto,' reflects its magnificent natural beauty.

bich dong pagoda

Part of the Tam Coc Bich Dong complex, Bich Dong Pagoda is an ancient temple built on the limestone mountains of Truong Yen in 1428, early in the Later Le Dynasty.

Bich Dong lotus pond
Outside Bich Dong pagoda

Today, the pagoda still houses a large bell cast during the reign of King Le Thai To and the tomb towers of the monks who contributed to its construction.

The peaceful atmosphere of Tam Coc enhanced by lotus flowers - Our dear travelers 

4.3 Birdwatching tour through the Thung Nham Bird Park

​​​Bird watchers shouldn’t miss the birdwatching tour through the Thung Nham Bird Park. Spot species such as fire warblers, starlings and storks in an area that includes forests, orchards and flowers.

Thung Nham Bird Park
Thung Nham Bird Park Ninh Binh

4.4 Wandering around Thien Huong Cave

Thien Huong Cave, also known as Heaven Cave due to its wide ceiling, is a notable attraction in Ninh Binh. Inside the cave, there is a shrine dedicated to Lady Tran Thi Dung, the wife of King Ly Hue Tong from the Ly Dynasty. The shrine is maintained year-round with incense to honor her contributions to teaching the local people the craft of embroidery.

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Thien Huong Pagoda inside Thien Huong Cave

4.5 Explore Galaxy Grotto (Thien Ha Cave)

Galaxy Grotto, also known as Thien Ha Cave, is a secret gem discovered while exploring the rice fields around Tam Coc. This unique location remains largely unknown, making it a perfect spot for those seeking a less crowded experience.

A paddle boat tour takes visitors through three caves, offering a serene and intimate adventure. While the scenery might not rival the grandeur of the Tam Coc or Trang An boat tours, the charm of Galaxy Grotto lies in its solitude and untouched beauty, providing an exclusive opportunity to explore in tranquility.

Thien ha cave
The charm of Galaxy Grotto lies in its solitude and untouched beauty

5. When Are the Best Times to Visit?

The best time to explore Tam Coc is undoubtedly from spring to summer, which spans from February to October, coinciding with the rice field season. During this period, the rice fields stretch as far as the eye can see, enveloping the karst peaks in lush greenery.

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The lotus pond at the entrance of Bich Dong Pagoda

The months of June and September, when the rice is harvested, offer the most spectacular landscapes. The surroundings are adorned in a vibrant and mesmerizing yellow hue, and the air is filled with the sweet fragrance of ripe rice fields, creating an unforgettable and serene ambiance.

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Summer is also when the lotus flowers bloom, adding to the stunning scenery with rolling rice fields and majestic lotus blossoms gracefully floating on the water. The rest of the year is also a favorable time for excursions, as the region experiences fewer crowds, yet the landscapes retain their splendor.

6. How Long Does It Take to Visit?

Exploring Tam Coc requires at least a full day to fully enjoy its offerings. Here’s a suggested itinerary for a one-day visit:

  • Morning: Start with a boat excursion through the Tam Coc area, which will take you through serene rivers, lush rice fields, and stunning karst landscapes.
  • Afternoon: Take a relaxing bicycle ride through the countryside, visiting local villages and rice paddies.
  • Late Afternoon: Climb Mount Mua for panoramic views of Tam Coc and the Ngo Dong River, providing a breathtaking perspective of the area.
The Outstanding Natural Beauty of Van Long.
The Outstanding Natural Beauty of Van Long.

Mount Mua, which promises breathtaking panoramic views of Tam Coc and the Ngo Dong River, often considered one of the most beautiful and poetic spots in the area.

Mua Mountain
The scenic view of Mount Mua

In addition to exploring Tam Coc, comprehensive tours often include visits to Hoa Lu, the ancient imperial capital that thrived during the Dinh and Le dynasties from 990 to 1010. This destination offers a journey back in time, allowing you to delve into the history and cultural richness of Vietnam.

hoa lu

You can also incorporate visits to Cuc Phuong National Park and the stone cathedral of Phat Dien. Cuc Phuong National Park offers hiking trails through lush jungles and is renowned for its remarkable biodiversity. Conversely, the stone Phat Dien Cathedral stands as a magnificent neo-Gothic Catholic cathedral in Ninh Binh.

The beauty of Cuc Phuong National Park in butterfly season
The beauty of Cuc Phuong National Park in butterfly season

These sites will enhance your visit to Tam Coc, offering deeper exploration into the region's nature and culture.

Other than just Tam Coc, you can also come to Pu Luong Nature Reserve to observe the untouched beauty of nature. 

7. How to Combine Tam Coc With Halong Bay?

Due to its geographical location, Tam Coc, Halong Bay on sea, and the capital of Hanoi together form a popular tourist triangle. Travelers visiting Hanoi often start their journey in the Vietnamese capital before exploring the two bays. It is advisable to allocate at least one day and one night to explore Tam Coc before proceeding by bus or private car to Halong Bay by sea, where you can embark on a two-day and one-night cruise aboard a junk, a route commonly chosen by travelers.

How can land Halong Bay be combined with sea Halong Bay?
How can land Halong Bay be combined with sea Halong Bay?

You can also enhance your itinerary by including visits to Mai Chau and Pu Luong, two valleys and nature reserves located just a three-hour drive west of Tam Coc. In this scenario, the journey can commence in Hanoi, followed by a continuation to Pu Luong, where you can organize hikes through forests and rice terraces. Afterward, you can descend to Tam Coc, ultimately concluding the northern circuit with a relaxing cruise on Halong Bay.

This type of itinerary is highly favored by travelers seeking off-the-beaten-path experiences, as it combines the most remarkable sites of Northern Vietnam. (For more information, please check out our Northern Vietnam Tours.)

Explore the natural splendor of Halong Bay on land by boat - Our dear travelers
Explore the natural splendor of Tam Coc by boat - Our dear travelers

8. Where to Stay in Tam Coc?

Tam Coc, part of the Trang An Landscape Complex, along with the nearby regions of Trang An and Van Long, offers various accommodation options that preserve their rural charm.

Budget-Friendly:

  • Small Bungalow-Style Homestays: Operated by local families, these provide a cozy and authentic experience, with rates ranging from $25 to $35 per night.

Comfortable Hotels:

  • Nam Hoa Hotel: Offers comfortable accommodations with a budget of $40 to $60 per night.
  • La Belle Vie Hotel: Another option for a comfortable stay within the same budget range.

Luxury Stays:

  • Tam Coc Garden: A boutique hotel offering a luxurious experience, with rates ranging from $80 to $150 per night.
  • Aravinda Resort: Provides high-end accommodations within the same price range, ensuring a delightful and relaxing stay.

These options cater to various budgets and preferences, ensuring a memorable visit to the beautiful Trang An Landscape Complex.

There are many small bungalow-style homestays in Ninh Binh

9. Practical Travel Tips

9.1 ATMs

Yes, there are ATMs available in the area!

  • Tam Coc: You can find a BIDV Bank on the main street and an ATM in front of the Ninh Binh Hidden Charm Hotel.
  • Trang An: There is a BIDV ATM at the boat dock. However, ATMs aren't always readily accessible, so it's wise to carry some cash with you.

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9.2 Health and Safety Tips

  • Stay Hydrated: The weather can be hot and humid, so drink plenty of water.
  • Sun Protection: The sun in Tam Coc can be strong. Wear sunscreen (high SPF), a hat, and sunglasses to protect yourself.
  • Insect Repellent: Mosquitoes can be a nuisance, especially near water, so carry insect repellent.
  • Travel Insurance: It's always a good idea to have travel insurance in case of any unexpected incidents.

9.3. How to avoid scams

  • To avoid scams in Tam Coc, prioritize increasing your awareness by reading travel blogs and reviews about Ninh Binh to understand common scams.
  • Opt for well-established and reputable tour operators, such as Kampá Tour for activities like boat tours, cycling tours, or guided hikes.
  • When purchasing goods or services such as souvenirs, transportation, or tours, negotiate prices confidently. Always agree on a price upfront to prevent potential overcharging.
  • Support local restaurants and shops whenever possible to benefit the community and avoid tourist traps.
  • If you encounter a scam or suspect fraudulent activity, report it promptly to local authorities or your accommodation. Your actions can protect others from falling victim to the same scam.
Tam Coc Vietnam vendors
When purchasing goods or services such as souvenirs, transportation, or tours, negotiate prices confidently.

9.4 Additional Tips

  • Local Cuisine: Don’t miss out on trying local dishes such as goat meat, rice crust, and Ninh Binh eel vermicelli.
  • Cultural Etiquette: Dress modestly, especially when visiting temples and pagodas. Always ask for permission before taking photos of locals.
  • Language: Learning a few basic phrases in Vietnamese can go a long way in making your interactions smoother. 
  • Environmental Responsibility: Be mindful of your environmental impact. Avoid single-use plastics, and dispose of your waste properly.
ninh binh food
Don’t miss out on trying local dishes such as goat meat, rice crust, and Ninh Binh eel vermicelli

In conclusion

Tam Coc is a mesmerizing destination offering a unique blend of natural beauty, cultural richness, and tranquility. Whether you explore its waterways, cycle through its rice fields, or relax in charming accommodations, Tam Coc promises an unforgettable journey.

Source: UNESCOninhbinh.govvietnamtourism.gov.vn, vietnamplus

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Charlotte15 Jun 2024
Hi there, my husband and I are going to Vietnam in late November of this year. We love history, food, culture, and nature. Questions: We want to spend 10 days in Vietnam and don't want to spend lots of days in transit where we feel like we can't breathe. Should we swap the middle for Ha Giang Loop? (seems easier said than done). Should we swap the middle for Hoi An/Hue? We read about Mai Chau, is that a good thing to add. Thanks
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Kampá Tour15 Jun 2024

Hi Charlotte,

Thank you for reaching out to Kampá Tour! We're thrilled to hear about your upcoming trip to Vietnam. With your interests in history, food, culture, and nature, we believe we can craft a memorable 10-day itinerary for you.

Given your desire to minimize transit time and fully enjoy each destination, here are a few suggestions:

  1. Ha Giang Loop: While the Ha Giang Loop offers stunning landscapes, it can be quite remote and involves significant travel time. If you're looking for a more relaxed pace, you might want to consider alternatives.

  2. Hoi An/Hue: Swapping the middle part of your trip for Hoi An and Hue is a great idea. Both cities are rich in history and culture. Hoi An's charming ancient town and Hue's imperial heritage sites offer a perfect blend of cultural experiences and beautiful scenery.

  3. Mai Chau: Mai Chau is a wonderful addition if you love nature and want to experience the serene countryside. It's relatively close to Hanoi, making it an easy and worthwhile stop to explore the lush green valleys and ethnic villages.

For a detailed 10-day itinerary tailored to your preferences, including the best spots for history, food, culture, and nature, please check out our carefully curated Vietnam 10-day travel itineraries.

We look forward to helping you plan an unforgettable trip to Vietnam!

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