Nha Trang tours to islands
Nha Trang tours, while visiting the coastal city of Nha Trang, the capital of Khanh Hoa Province Vietnam , tourists cannot resist the temptation to tour the city’s beautiful islands. For an adventure to some of these islands, tourists can book a one-day island tour.
As scheduled, a bus will gather tourists at their hotels at 9am and take them to the port. Tourists will then continue their journey to the islands by boat. After an hour-long sea voyage, the boat will anchor near Mun Island.
Tourists can then change into swimsuits, receive a life-jacket and swimming goggles from the tour guide and go diving to observe rows of primeval coral and sea creatures to a depth of ten meters. There are also other services such as a glass-bottomed boat, coracle boats for coral observation, and parasailing. The cost of these services is not included in the cost of the Vietnam tours.
After an hour of playing in the sky blue sea, tourists return to the boat for a 15 minute journey to Mot Island. On arrival at Mot Island, the boat will anchor at sea and tourists eat a lunch of traditional Vietnamese food on the boat. After lunch, they are treated to a funny performance by amateur artists including the tour guide and the whole crew.
The performance is staged not only with amplifiers, electric guitars and loudspeakers, but also with home-made musical instruments such as plastic cans and lifesavers, which makes the atmosphere more amusing.
The musical performance ends, but leads to another interesting program: “floating pub.” A large float is released on the water with a box of grapefruit wine and a plate of tropical fruits. Tourists put on life jackets and swim to the “floating pub” to enjoy the wine and fruits in the coolness of the water.
After lingering for a while on Mot Island, the tour leaves at 2 p.m. for Tam Island to relax. This island has rich fauna and flora attracting tourists from near and far.
Tourists can explore the island or relax at bungalows near the white sand beach for an hour and a half.
On the way back to the mainland, is a stop at the Tri Nguyen Sea Palace to view various kinds of marine flora and fauna such as sharks, corals, seahorses and actinia.