Where to go in Nha Trang (Part II)
Hon Mun possesses the clear and pure current of waters and the gorgeous coral ecosystems and is recognized as the best biodiversity area in Vietnam by the World Wilde Fun. Visiting Hon Mun, some must dos include visiting the floating Bar on the sea, diving for coral discovery or travelling in the glass bottom boats.
How to get there: traveling by boats or ships to visit Cau Da, Nha Trang (you can have a tour with 4 people at the price of $12/person)
Time to visit: at least 5 hours
2. Hon Tam Island
The island of 110 ha in acreage is about 7km from Nha Trang city to the Southeast. From Hon Tam, it is able to see the whole city of Nha Trang in the north and Cam Ranh Peninsula in the south. Together with some amazing beaches, Hon Tam is also renowned for the activities of exploring the sea by glass bottom boats or diving to see coral reefs.
How to get there: there is a tour to the 4 islands
Time to visit: at least 3 hours
Located on Hon Meo Peninsula, about 60 km from the coastal city of Nha Trang, Ninh Van is a famous bay for its pristine and pure appearance. This is an ideal place for anyone who is finding a peaceful and quiet beach to enjoy the relaxation in the soul. Besides, you can also do other interesting things like watching the coral reefs, diving, surfing or rowing Kayak.
How to get there: it takes just 20 minutes on high speed trains to visit this beautiful island from Nha Trang city
Time to visit: at least 12 hours
4. Chong - Vo Islands (Husband and Wife Island)
This destination is about 3km from city center to the Northeast. Hon Chong is a complex of some huge stones with different shapes overlapping each other. Another smaller group on the hillside to the East is called Hon Vo. Hon Chong seems to be isolated from the hustle atmosphere of the city. This is one of the ideal places to see the coastal city.
How to get there: motorbikes, buses or taxi are all available
Time to visit: 3-8 hours
Van Phong Bay situated in Van Ninh District (Khanh Hoa province) is about 40km to the North from Nha Trang center. The bay attracts numerous visitors for the natural and pristine beauty of a complex of islands and the smaller blue bays inside.
How to get there: there are 2 directions to the bay, one is travelling on boats from Nha Phu Bay and the other is travelling by cars or motorbikes from Nha Trang city.
Salt field in Van Phong Bay
Dai Lanh Beach located on 1A highway, Van Ninh district, Khanh Hoa province is about 80km to the North from tourism city of Nha Trang. After bathing as much as they like, visitors can hire a motorboat to visit the fishing villages of Khai Luong, Dam Mon, Vung Ro Bay or Dai Lanh to discover the real life of the local fishermen.
How to get there: taxi or motorbikes
Time to visit: at least 12 hours
Dai Lanh beach with a mesmeric imagine.
Travel Conversation Questions :
Tony G :
Even though Hon Mun is in a marine reserve, we were hesitant to believe it would be much different to other places in Vietnam we have swam and snorkelled at. We were very surprised though at the water clarity, cleanliness and amount of fish and coral to be seen. We rated it higher than the Whitsunday Islands...and we are Australians! This is the standout place to visit in Nha Trang
We loved this place and especially the people who work there. They are all so wonderful. The accommodations, food and service are all as good as it gets. And the place is simply gorgeous. The mountains, the sea, the tropical feel of the place. We absolutely loved Ninh Van Bay. This was our first trip to a Six Senses property. We are big fans and hope to be back
A beautiful setting for taking some great photography .. authentic scenes that tell the story of the local area .. If you are in Nha Trang it is well worth the visit - but don't forget your camera - a rock formation close to the shore looks unnervingly like a man laying on his back - his head, torso and legs are clearly seen - a beautiful place to relax
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