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What could you do on the long coach of Vietnam?


With its rich diversity of rivers, bays, lakes, beaches and islands it is not surprising Vietnam also has an equally wide array of water based activities. Grab your surfboard and hit the waves on the central coast between November and March. Take in the tranquil beauty of the Halong Bay limestone cliffs, caves and bays in a traditional junk boat

Witness Mekong Delta river life with its floating markets, charming villages and bunches of smiling kids at your own face from the back of a kayak. Or dive the Technicolor tropical waters of Whale Island, Nha Trang, Phu Quoc or countless other destinations.

No matter what your preference, if there is water nearby then there is sure to be a way to get in or on it not far from hand.



One of the most popular water sport in Vietnam is kayaking. Highlights include paddling around the limestone cliffs, caves and lagoons of Ha Long Bay. For a hit of adrenaline kite surfing is popular along the beautiful beaches of Mui Ne  ( October – April) , or take on the rapids of the Central Highlands in a rafting tour from Nha Trang.



With its great array of rivers, bay and lakes there is no better way to take in Vietnam’s magnificent coastal landscape than from the quiet pace of an overnight boat cruise. Explore Ha Long Bay in a traditional wooden junk many of which come complete with modern deluxe cabins, sun – decks dining rooms and lounge bars. Or alternatively board a river boat and explore the Mekong’s lively world of waterways, floating markets, rice fields, villages, pagodas and temples.



Whilst Vietnam may not have largest waves in the Asia- Pacific, decent breaks can be found from Vung Tau to the central coast. Established surf spot can be found at Da Nang, and Mui Ne in Phan Thiet. The best time for surf is between November and March when the winter monsoons blow in from the north.



 Vietnam attracts a steady crowd of loyal drivers who come to enjoy an affordable dive experience and take in the South Sea’s underwater diversity. Head to Whale Island for colorful fish, hard and soft coral and encounter with whale sharks and giant moray eels. Visit Nha Trang for accessible shallow dives and snorkeling around soft corals and nudibranches. Or head to the Cu Lao Cham marine Park of Hoian to dive caves and swim – through over rocky reefs with hard and tropical corals swarming with small reefs fish.

 Glittering caves, or simply park yourself up on a beach all day, Ha Long bay is the place for you.