6 Natural Breathtaking Masterpieces of Sea Island in Van Phong Bay
Van Phong Bay is one of the most beautiful bays in the world as well as a natural wonder with moderate climate, beautiful beaches, soft sand and surrounded by majestic mountains. This is the only place meeting full elements of a marine paradise: extremely beautiful, extremely pristine and absolutely peaceful. Let with Far Eastour discover the best destinations of Vietnam sea paradise.
1. Hon Bip (Diep Son Island)
Diep Son is one of the most difficult island communes in Khanh Hoa province. There are 83 households still living in deficient conditions of electricity and clean drinking water on this island. Diep Son includes 3 small islands emerging in sea area of Van Phong Bay. The journey to explore this island starts from Van Gia Town, after about an hour of sailing, the beautiful archipelago of Diep Son gradually appears, clearly cut picture on the horizon.
with white sand, blue sea, and beautiful reed field.
2. Hon Ong (Ca Voi Island)
Hon Ong has been pretty wild, not many people know about.
Hon Ong is very different from other tourist islands that it has no resident. There is only one resort on island called Whale Island Resort, and services on the island are supplied by this resort. Environmental protection issue is also respected on Hon Ong Island (not permit fishing or hunting birds). So if you're looking forward to a place where you can "play hard" or a crowded place and a noisy bar at night, Hon Ong will be totally inappropriate.
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Hon Ong is only suit with tourists who love sea and want to temporarily stay away from the noise and hustle life in city. They like exploring the natural places which are unspoiled, quiet and peaceful. This island is also an ideal place for newly married couples who want to enjoy the sweet honeymoon together. Most foreign visitors evaluate Hon Ong at 9 or 10 points in terms of landscape and location. Many visitors confirm that this is really a paradise of sea among many destinations they have ever been to.
3. Dam Mon peninsula
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Coming to Dam Mon you can visit the fishing village to learn about life here and contemplate here, because sightseeing is very beautiful, is a great place for amateur or professional photographers. Other activities at Dam Mon which visitors can experience are: discovering ocean with diving to see coral service or renting a boat to explore the small-large islands’ beauty or simply soak body under a clear beach with the sparkling sunlight.
4. Son Dung Village (Xuan Dung)
Son Dung Beach is picturesque and very clean, probably because few people come here. A very interesting thing in Son Dung is you can get fresh water right on sand beach next to the sea’s edge. Few steps from the sea, digging up sand far from salt water about 1 meter, you will see water oozing slowly then coming up in a small hole, try to drink this water you will feel exactly as fresh water. There is no any little salty or brackish taste. Especially, from Xuan Dung beach, tourists can travel by boat to visit Lách beach where there are many coral reefs and stunning rocky reefs.
5. Hon Lon
Blue sea water and white sand beach make visitors infatuated
6. Mui Doi
Best time to visit Van Phong Bay
Van Phong Bay is located between Van Ninh and Ninh Hoa districts of Khanh Hoa province, 80 km north of Nha Trang city. This area has different topography of the island, peninsular and sand dunes, which are richly diverse in tropical forests, mangroves, marine life and flora.
The climate is cool, the weather is mild and pleasant, comfortable throughout the year. Van Phong has two seasons, the rainy season is from May to November. And the dry season is from December to April next year. The best time to travel to Van Phong Bay is from December to June. At this time, the sea is quite smooth and the waves are not too strong, the climate is extremely pleasant.
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