Marvellously Unspoiled Islands in Vietnam
Planning your vacation to visit at least one of these 5 premier beaches, islands in Vietnam below. I ensure that you will absolutely be surprised by their impeccable beauties.
Some Vietnamese beaches you have presumably already known but there are also many other marvelously beautiful beaches you have never been heard before. Planning your vacation to visit at least one of these 5 premier beaches, islands in Vietnam below. I ensure that you will absolutely be surprised by their impeccable beauties.
Co To Island
Cau My rock reef, Coto island
Located in Quang Ninh province, Co To island is a part of the archipelagoes in the Gulf of Tonkin. It takes about 5 hours to travel by car from Hanoi city to Cai Rong port (Quang Ninh) for the high-speed boat to Co To island. It could presumably be hailed as the most unspoiled island of Vietnam.
There are some interesting attractions on the island: Van Chay beach, Bac Van beach, Hong Van beach, Cau My rock reef, Coto Park, A statue of Uncle Ho, and the Memorial House.
Celebrate BBQ party near the beach
Typically, visitors to Coto island are divided into two distinct groups: families with children and groups of friends. Visitors traveling with their families usually prefer choosing high-quality hotels in the Coto town area for convenient accommodation and dining. In the evening, this area's atmosphere is also more crowded and lively. Tram-car is the most popular transportation for this kind of visitor. Another group: traveling with friends will prefer premier mini resorts such as Coto Life, Coto Gardens, or Coto Eco Lodge… The advantages of these lodges are very nice, impeccable to check-in and take photographs, they can also celebrate BBQ party near the beach. However, these mini resorts are not close to the downtown. You can rent a motorbike to explore many unspoiled spots on Coto island.
Ly Son Island
You will easily be overwhelmed by the blue Ly Son seawater
Ly Son island belongs to Quang Ngai province, it costs about 1 hour traveling by speedboat from Sa Ky port (Quang Ngai) to the island. In the past few years, electricity has been provided to all households on the island, making the tourism on Ly Son island more developed and attracting more visitors.
You will easily be overwhelmed by the blue sea and its amazing wild beauty. Standing on top of Thoi Loi mountain to check in and watch the spectacular sunset on the island. Sea bathing on Be island is an experience you should not miss when traveling on Ly Son island. Seawater on Be island is surprisingly blue, the white sands stretch along the coast. Do not forget to visit Duc temple where one of the largest Quan Am statues located. In addition, you can visit Hang pagoda, one of the most sacred pagodas on the island. Being called as Hang pagoda because it was built in a gigantic cave system, nearly 20 meters high. Get the dawn on Hon Mu Cu where you can catch the magical shimmer of nature.
To Vo Gate, Ly Son - where you can watch the sunset, sunrise
The specialty of Ly Son island is garlic and it is proved that having positive impacts on human health so if you need a gift for your friends and family, just buying Ly Son garlic!
Diep Son Island
The famous Diep Son sand road through 3 islands
Diep Son consists of a series of small islands which belong to Khanh Hoa province. Everyone will be interested in the white sand road in the middle of the blue sea crossing 3 islands (tourists can walk on this road) in Diep Son. Typically, electricity on this island is only available from 6 pm till 9 pm so tourists often visit the island in half-day or one day. If you want to sleep overnight on the island, you should prepare food and a tent for camping.
The scenery on the island is very simple and desolate
Diep Son island is extremely wild and the tourism on this island has not really developed so the sea is very clean, pristine, the security is also very good. Due to the simple life of the local people on island, the services and restaurants are limited. If you are preparing to camp on the island, do not litter and make noise that affects the indigenous people.
Phu Quoc Island
Phu Quoc Island, one of the largest island of Vietnam
Named as the jade of Vietnam, possessing an unspoiled spectacle, this island is always an ideal destination whenever summer comes. Phu Quoc Island is the largest Vietnam island which belongs to Kien Giang province, is located 120kilometers from Rach Gia city, and has its own international airport.
Spend your vacation bathing in the super crystal-clear beach
Visiting the entire Phu Quoc Island requires a lot of time because the island is large. Phu Quoc is divided into 3 areas: North, East, and South island. On the North Island, you can visit the pepper garden and buy dried peppers as a gift, bathe in the nose of Ganh Dau, Bai Dau, watch the sunset at the cape of Dinh Dau, dive into the coral reef at Hon Thom, camp and visit Thanh stream, Da Ngon stream and Da Ban stream. And on the East and South island, you can visit the Phu Quoc prison, swim in Sao beach and Khem beach, enjoy the beauty and seafood of Ham Ninh fishing village, and buy premier traditional 100-year method fish sauce at Phu Quoc factory. In addition, having fun in Phu Quoc Vinpearl Land Resort and Vinpearl Safari are stand-outs of Phu Quoc tourism.
Con Son Island
Con Son island
Con Son island belongs to Ba Ria - Vung Tau Province, 45 minutes by rotor from Ho Chi Minh City. This island is completely separate from the outside world. Con Dao island is like a natural paradise, you can explore the quiet forest, white sand beaches, colorful coral reefs, and surprisingly amazing serenity. Tourists usually enjoy swimming at Dam Trau Beach, Lo Voi Beach, An Hai beach, Dat Doc beach and watch the sunrise on the cave of Dat Doc, watch the sunset through Love Peak. In addition, visit the primeval forest of Ong Dung, Dam Tre Bay, Con Dao Museum, Phu Son Prison, and Tiger Zoo are the experiences involved in the itinerary.
Some attractive specialties in Con Son Island are cellana, red grouper, lobster, jellyfish, and oyster.
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