About Nha Trang

With countless virtues in tourism growth such as amenable weather, cultural relics, spiritual religious architectures and diverse natural resources, Nha Trang nowadays is a favorite attraction to travelers from all over the world.

Best Time To Visit Nha Trang

January to August is the most ideal time when the weather is warm, suitable for sea activities such as swimming, scuba diving, and exploring islands.

Dry Season
(Jan - Apr)

Spring drizzle

Sunny and warm

The sea is calm but cold

Best time for water activities

Apricot blossoms show off radiant beauty

Dry Season
(May - Aug)

Hot and dry

Diving to see astounding coral reefs

Gentle waves lapping the shore

Best time for water activities

The most beautiful time of the year

Rainy Season
(Sep - Oct)

Weather changes suddenly

Tropical storms

Mild sunshine

It's chilly at night

Walking on the beach at night

Rainy Season
(Nov - Dec)

Sudden rainfalls

Light sunshine

It's chilly at night

Year-end celebration at sky bars

Foreign guests come for year-end vacation


Visitors can visit Nha Trang city by airways, cruises, railway or on road. Cam Ranh Airport connects flights from Ho Chi Minh City and Ha Noi to Cam Ranh Bay. Recently, cruising is a favorite luxury option for an ocean journey. The North-South train, motorbikes, and private cars are also great options for those who prefer to enjoy the traveling experience at a slower pace.

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Great Motorbike tour from Saigon – 5 Days
Ho Chi Minh City - Dak Lak - Buôn Ma Thuột City - Lam Dong  - Nha Trang
This 5 day Vietnam Motor tour from Saigon to Nha Trang is one of the best short South motorbike tours in Vietnam made by our local team in south Vietnam. with only 5 days, you can have chance to see the different Vietnam and be faraway from the hustle of the Ho Chi Minh city. Besides, it offers some great motorbike ride on coastal roads and some fun offroad motorcycle tour in the central highlands Vietnam.
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Snorkeling to see corals, explore the bottom of Nha Trang Bay

Nha Trang Bay is nearly 250 km2 wide, is one of the 16 marine protected areas of the country. It has the richest and most diverse corals and ecosystems in the world. Previously, corals in some areas in the bay were severely declined, bleached. Therefore, from June 2022, the Khanh Hoa Provincial People's Committee requested to stop swimming and diving activities in the Hon Mun area (near Hon Rom), to protect and restore coral reefs and marine ecosystems. Only the Hon Rom area, about 13 nautical miles from the mainland, belongs to the strictly protected subdivision of Nha Trang Marine Protected Area, and scuba diving is still allowed. The coral scenery on the ocean floor is not as beautiful as in the period before it was "bleached", however, the fish on the seabed here still gather in large numbers, some schools of fish are very large and beautiful. According to the Nha Trang Bay Management Board, the storm in 2021 had a great impact on the coral ecosystem in the bay. In addition, in recent decades, the Earth's climate and warming sea levels have caused coral bleaching, which seriously threatens the ecosystem. The Management Board regularly inspects and supervises the coral reef ecosystem, cleans the seabed such as catching spiny starfish, picking up garbage; stop scuba diving tourism at some vulnerable points for corals, severely fine some illegal fishing vessels. After a year, corals recovered with "many encouraging signs". Yellow-tailed firefish swim in large schools on the seabed, and divers liken them to "a blue symphony". Facing the reality of coral damage, many tourists suggested that the Khanh Hoa government could use the wrecks of shipwrecks and shipwrecks,... artificial reefs, contributing to creating highlights at the bottom of the ocean. The terrain at the bottom of Nha Trang Bay is diverse, some points have high cliffs, some bottom sections are mostly rocky, interspersed with thorny bridges - one of the enemies of corals. Anemones curl up and bloom (back photo) with colorful colors, the circular shape is likened by many divers to a "sticky rice package". The creature has a symbiotic relationship with clownfish, such as protecting the fish from enemies, providing food through the surplus from the anemone's meals, and occasionally dead anemone tentacles. In turn, the clownfish protects the anemone from its enemies such as parasites. Divers explored a rock cave at the bottom of the sea at a depth of 12 meters, with a lack of light around them, so they needed to use lights to illuminate the passage and see the sea creatures. In early June, Khanh Hoa province agreed to pilot recreational sports scuba diving in four areas in Nha Trang Bay for a year to serve people and tourists. According to VnE

Nature & Adventure 30/06/2024

Snorkeling to see corals, explore the bottom of Nha Trang Bay

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