Spend the day far away from the crowds as you play in the waters around Mun Island in Nha Trang Bay. This island is part of Hon Mun Marine Park, Vietnam's first marine conservation project.
Arrive at the island, strap on your snorkeling gear, and dive underwater to a stunning seabed of untouched coral reefs and various marine life including grouper, angel fish, giant anchovies, crabs, and sea urchins. This area's vast biodiversity has produced several hundred varieties of coral, ranking it high in international importance. Notice the multiple cave entrances starting at just 10 meters below the water's surface.
Back on land, visit a fishing village to discover how fish are farmed, along the many other kinds of marine animals that are raised, including lobsters. Enjoy a sumptuous lunch, then relax on the sand at Mini Beach before your boat ride back to port.