In recent years, coastal and marine tourism in Vietnam has become very well known thanks to many beautiful islands and peninsulas which attract many national and international tourists. The following 3 places will surely take you from this impression to another by their incredibly wild and mysterious beauty.
Son Tra Peninsula – The ideal destination for a tour to Danang
Son Tra peninsula has been dubbed the “jewel” of Danang city. It is located about 8km from the city center, currently in Tho Quang ward, Son Tra district.
The peninsula consists of 3 high mountains with specific names such as Nghe mountain, Mo Dieu mountain and Co Ngua mountain. This peninsula has a cool climate and beautiful natural landscapes all year round, with the typical geographical location, one side is the mountains, and the other side is the sea in harmony with the winding roads which give visitors a new interesting feeling when coming here.
You could say that the Son Tra peninsula is a very precious gift that nature has given Danang. Wild beauty with long sandy beaches, clear blue sea reflecting the sun and colorful coral reefs, all of them constitute a beautiful image of charming nature attracting many tourists each year.
Coming to Son Tra, you can discover all the interesting and entertaining activities available here, visit other famous places like Linh Ung pagoda, Tien Sa beach,… or take a walk on the smooth white sand, observe the flourishing life and admire Danang city from many different angles.
There is one place that visitors cannot ignore when coming to Danang, that is Linh Ung Pagoda, which is considered as the newest work in Danang’s “Linh Ung” three-pagoda system. The “Linh Ung Bai But” Pagoda is also well-known with the highest Buddha statue of ”Quan The Am” in Vietnam. From the courtyard of this pagoda, visitors can contemplate the panoramic view of the whole city of Danang and the mountains around. Once coming here, you will remember this moment forever!
In addition, this peninsula is still new to most of tourists, with few people know about it. Therefore, it still has a fresh atmosphere combined with extremely rich natural resources. In the near future, Son Tra peninsula will be a place attracting many tourists during their Vietnam tours.
Phuong Mai Peninsula – The “jewel” of Quy Nhon city
The beautiful Phuong Mai Peninsula is the end of Trieu Chau mountain range, about 8km northeast of downtown Quy Nhon.
Coming here and you will have the opportunity to “fall” in many beautiful beaches and freely participate in a lot of nautical activities as well as activities on the vast sand dunes. One of the most attractive destinations here is Kho island, with very clear water, with white sand smooth like cream, the waves hitting the cliffs creating white foam and also erasing the tranquility of this place.
>> The wonderful beauty of the floating water season through the three famous western destinations of Vietnam
Coming to Kho island, tourists can also visit the fishing village to see the daily activities of fishermen such as raising, fishing and catching other seafood. In addition, savor seafood and sip the spicy taste of famous wines from Bau Da are also things not to be missed on this trip.
Referring to Quy Nhon, tourists will not be able to “ignore” the fine sand – a place we cannot imagine exists in the world. Not far from there, one can find the sandy hill of Phuong Mai hidden between the valleys and the mountains, about 100m above sea level. This hill is considered one of the highest and most beautiful sand dunes in central Vietnam.
The white sand dunes look like mountains sprawling on top of each other and stretching far and wide. Somewhere on the smooth sand, visitors can see many shrubs that help the sand dunes less “lonely”. Once you’ve set your feet here, you shouldn’t ignore the thrilling game of sliding on sand. Experience your courage and have memorable moments in life through each image in the journey to this place, why not?
>> If coming to Kien Giang, don’t forget to drop by these fancy islands
Dam Mon – The magnificent peninsula of Nha Trang city
Nha Trang has long been known with the nickname “coastal city” due to its many beautiful beaches with rows of romantic coconut palms. In particular, Dam Mon Peninsula is an excellent destination in Nha Trang, recently very well-known to many tourists.
With a natural area of 128km² not yet touched by the human hand, Dam Mon remains a desolate and wild region with a calm and blue sea, dense forests and long smooth sands,… The peninsula is made up of around 20 large and small islands with 30 beaches, a forest and a rustic fishing village with 3 villages: Dam Mon Ha, Dam Mon Thuong and Xuan Dung.
>> 5 reasons to visit Hanoi in your Vietnam tours
With unspoiled land and preserved natural resources, Dam Mon is perfectly suited for trekking or adventurous Vietnam tours, as its price is “quite cheap” compared to other places. What could be better than watching the sunrise with friends in huts on the beach!
After mentioned about the 3 most beautiful and wildest peninsulas of Vietnam, your list of tourist destinations to visit during your stay at Tet has also become more various, right! So, how about making a plan, “take your backpack and go” to really experience the wonderful Vietnam tours as soon as possible!