See the beauty of the coral is something you can’t even imagine. With 5 islands of coral in Vietnam, you will experience the most beautiful.
1. Son Tra peninsula – a fragile gem in wonderful Da Nang, Vietnam
A visit to this natural wonderland is sure to impress. Son Tra is a beautiful peninsula with long, white sandy beaches, picturesque landscapes, and primeval forests – a must-see for any tourist in Vietnam.
Stretching a total area of 4,000 hectares, Son Tra is home to around 1,000 different plant species, 51 birds, 15 reptiles, and 42 species of coral.
Heaven for those seeking water activities like swimming, fishing, and sightseeing by boat. One can also take a dive to explore extraordinary coral reefs. With its strong winds and large waves, Bai Bac Beach is perfect for surfers.Bai But and Bai Nam are more gentle and safe for scuba diving.
Those heading below the surface will be treated to 42 different species of the brilliant coral reef as well as scores of marine life. Above the rock, one can become hypnotized by the sparkling blue seawater, and in the distance, a dazzling array of colorful marine creatures and coral reefs can be seen.
2. Hon Mun island – Nha Trang – Stunning coral
Hon Mun island ( “Mun” mean ebony in Vietnamese ) is one of the most romantic island of the island in Nha Trang. It’s not only attractive by the white sand, blue sea… this place is also famous as one of the “rich and beautiful” natural “aquarium” of Southeast Asia with the coral.
The coral reefs and diverse ocean ecosystems and abundant marine reserves of Hon Mun is the first and only sea conservation of Vietnam today
Ecosystem, the marine plants are abundant here. Statistics show that the world has 2000 species of coral and marine creatures, Hon Mun has 1500 species. In Hon Mun,, coral situated at the depths of 10m, along with lots of colorful fish and other marine creatures. In the depth below 18m, the beauty of coral is replace by many caves. Some caves are 10-15m deep
Due to the terrain of the island very close to the ocean currents bring heat from the equator to be suitable conditions for the development of many types of coral and tropical marine organisms. Arrive Hon Mun, visitors can go diving or glass bottom boat to see the colorful coral reefs with many marine creatures.
3. Hon Kho island – Quy Nhon city – A place spends for travellers who like coral and bathe in the sea
Island: a place for tourist who like seeing coral and swimming in the sea Hon Kho island 15 km far from the center of Quy Nhon city (Binh Dinh province) is ideal place for tourists enjoy swimming in the sea, seeing coral and eating fresh seafood. Island is covered by rocks and small bushes. Between mountain cliffs is small beautiful pristine sand beaches with blue water. Nobody live on the island. The biggest sand beach on the island is place where tourists crowded. Island is surrounded by small rock, where suitable for those who love fishing alone in quiet, peaceful landscape.
Come to Hon Kho Island, you just swim and you can see coras.
4. Con Dao Island – Ba Ria Vung Tau city
The remote Con Dao group of islands is about 180km from Vung Tau. The main island, Con Son, was a much-feared former penal colony until 1975. Most of the archipelago is now a National Park with some good beaches, clear water with pristine coral….
Over a thousand hectares of Con Dao National Park coral reefs survive in the shallow waters
The area is home to various rare and enchanting species, including the dugong, sea turtle and the dolphin. In addition, the islands have large and diverse coral reefs\r\nCoral reef eco-system: coral reef eco-system develops sturdily at the belt around Con Dao National Park with 276 species, 61 genera, 17 families. It is assumed that the components of the regional coral system in Con Dao are one of the richest in density and biodiversity in Vietnam. The dominant coral species are Acropara, Porites, Pachyseris, Montipora, Panova, the coral eco-system comprises high species biodiversity of fish other marine organisms; this is the egg-laying, breeding, feeding biota for many marine organisms in the southeastern sea of Vietnam and the Southeast Asia region. The coral reefs also have significant meaning in regulating, balancing the volume of oxygen in the seawater and protecting the coastal region of Con Dao.
5. Phu Quoc island – Visit coral reefs bursting with marine life and swim.
For divers the true treasures around Phu Quoc Island are hidden below the surface where the panorama bursts into a virtual array of colours and corals.The waters surrounding the island are relatively shallow reaching no more than 10m, with an interesting range of hard corals and elephant ear and barrel sponges covered in sea worms and surrounded by small yellow damselfish, stonefish, some blue ringed angelfish and the occasional coral grouper and parrotfish.There is little to compare to the sensational thrill of breathing underwater while exploring the last untamed frontier on the planet Earth. You have seen underwater film and photos, but nothing compares to actually drifting along a beautiful coral reef or swimming through a vast school of colourful tropical fish. The marine environment around Phu Quoc makes for a wonderful classroom in which to learn scuba or to upgrade your level of skills. When you try scuba diving, You can visit coral reefs bursting with marine life and swim with schools of colourful fish.
Corals there will blow your mind.
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