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Nha Trang Island: Top 5 beautiful islands that must be visited at least once

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Explore the famous beautiful islands in Vietnam that you cannot miss when traveling to Nha Trang Island – one of the tourist attractions of Vietnam.This city is also known as the “pearl of the East Sea” due to its natural qualities, beauty, and climate. Because of the aforementioned values, Nha Trang Island attracts millions of local and foreign visitors each year. Furthermore, it is impossible not to mention the stunning islands in this region, which you should see when visiting Vietnam.

Nha Trang, the most popular seaside tourism city in Vietnam, is located in Khanh Hoa province. The beaches along the city’s length and on the islands in Nha Trang Bay, such as Hon Tre, Hon Tam, Hon Mun, and Hon Chong – Wife, are all gorgeous landscapes that draw both domestic and international tourists. Nha Trang tourism also draws visitors to the city’s famed Champa relic, Ponagar Tower, as well as other intriguing sights including Dam Market, Long Son Pagoda, Mountain Church, and Cau Da Villa (Bao Dai Floor). Nha Trang also hosts a number of tourist events, most notably the Nha Trang Sea Festival, which features a wide range of entertainment activities.

The weather in Nha Trang Island

Nha Trang Island
Nha Trang Island – Source: Internet

Although Nha Trang has a tropical monsoon climate, it is also significantly impacted by ocean conditions. That is why Nha Trang’s climate is comparatively pleasant, not as harsh as in the north or as irregular as in the south. Winters in Nha Trang are milder; summers are often long, but the heat is manageable. Nha Trang’s weather has two different seasons: rainy and sunny. Furthermore, Nha Trang, a seaside city, is located in a less storm-prone area. That is why Nha Trang Island is always open to visitors. 

  • From January to August, the dry season dominates Nha Trang city. The weather is relatively mild, dry, cool, airy, and highly suitable for any form of trip to Nha Trang.
  • September – December: In the latter months of the year, Nha Trang welcomes heavy rainfall and a touch of chilly. It may occasionally interfere with your sightseeing plans. As a result, if you travel during the last few months of the year, you should bring all of the necessary equipment, such as umbrellas or raincoats, to prevent missing out on the pleasure when the rain comes unexpectedly.

Destinations not to be missed when visiting Nha Trang Islands

Diep Son Island

Diep Son Island
Diep Son Island – Source: Internet

This is an island you should visit. Diep Son Island will surprise you with its main road in the midst of the sea that connects three little islands. This path is both unique and interesting. Walking down this path is exhilarating, but it also makes you nervous because you have to step into the big ocean. In addition, there are also exciting beach activities on the island.

Yen Island

Yen Island
Yen Island – Source: Internet

The island is roughly an hour’s boat ride from Cau Da port, and it has a one-of-a-kind double beach. The currents have produced a double beach, with hot water on one side and cold water on the other. This is also why many tourists visit this island. It should be noted that Yen Island is only open for daytime sightseeing.

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Hon Ong Island

Whale Island is a very suitable place for those who love pristine, quiet nature. Currently, no humans live on the island. Now, only a Whale Island resort provides services on the island. This will be an excellent place for you to take a break from the hustle and bustle of the city.

Hon Mun Island

Hon Mun Island is approximately 45 minutes by boat from Cau Da Port. It is named Hon Mun because it has high, dangerous cliffs, small caves are formed due to erosion, and the rocks are as black as ebony, rarely seen anywhere. These black rock caves are where swiftlets nest. The marine ecosystem here is also highly diverse and rich, with more than 1,500 coral and marine life species.

Binh Hung Island

Binh Hung Island
Binh Hung Island – Source: Internet

Binh Hung Island overwhelms visitors with beautiful beaches such as Binh Tien Beach, Nuoc Ngot Beach, and Kinh Beach. In particular, this island is also home to fishermen; fishing is quite popular on this island, especially lobster farming. You cannot help but try the lobster dish on Binh Hung Island.

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Tu Binh Beach

Tu Binh Beach
Tu Binh Beach – Source: Internet

Coming to Tu Binh Beach, you can freely explore the most pristine beaches and fishing villages without tourists and enjoy lobster specialties and seafood at cheap prices. Tourists are pretty limited because this is a sea area in a military zone. Foreign guests are not permitted on the island at all. Therefore, Tu Binh retains its beauty that cannot be found anywhere else.

Binh Ba Island 

Binh Ba Island
Binh Ba Island – Source: Internet

Binh Ba Island Binh Ba is a small island in Cam Binh commune, Cam Ranh City, Khanh Hoa province, covering approximately 3 km². 60 kilometers from Nha Trang, approximately 390 kilometers from Ho Chi Minh City. If we want to visit Binh Ba, we must first travel to Ba Ngoi port. Ba Ngoi Port is 15 kilometers from Cam Ranh Airport, while Binh Ba is also 15 kilometers away. Binh Ba attracts tourists because of its beautiful sea and sky, pure blue water, pleasant people, low costs, and famous lobster dishes.

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