Beaches of Vietnam

Vietnam is blessed with thousands of miles of beautiful coastline and as the country’s tourism infrastructure improves, the number and quality of delightful beach hotels increases.

Why visit Beaches of Vietnam ?

  • Venture into the primary rainforest of Phu Quoc’s National Park
  • Snorkel the turquoise waters and explore the pristine corals around Con Dao
  • Cycle along Nha Trang’s scenic trails to uncover hidden villages and farmland
  • Chill out on Hoi An’s golden beaches
  • Kayak along the beautiful shoreline of Ninh Van Bay

Located in central Vietnam, the sun-washed town of Nha Trang hugs a seven-km-long stretch of golden sand, with clear blue seas dotted with offshore islands offering excellent diving, fishing and snorkelling.

Set off the tip of Vietnam’s south west coast, Phu Quoc is a haven for nature and sea lovers looking for a place to unwind. There has been some development over the last few years and now a wider variety of accommodation available.

The Con Dao Islands are a 16-island archipelago off the far south east coast, and one of Vietnam’s best kept secrets. Once the preserve of political prisoners, the archipelago now offers stunning virgin forest, deserted tropical beaches and unique sea life.




A Visa is required for UK passport holders.

Health Requirements

No mandatory vaccinations are required. Yellow Fever required if arriving from an endemic area.

Time Difference

GMT + 7 Hours

Flight Time

11.5 hours Direct


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