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  • Writer's pictureDorothee Perrault


Updated: Oct 13, 2023

With over 3000 kilometres of coastline, Vietnam is renowned for having beautiful beaches; your family's Vietnam holiday will not be complete without visiting the below-mentioned beaches.


Côn Đảo is a group of islands located off Vietnam's southern coast, remote from the mainland. It has limited transportation to the island, making it less crowded than many other gorgeous and well-known beaches in Vietnam. Pristine beaches, breathtaking scenery, and rare plants and animals can all be found there. For lovers of nature, this is paradise.

The crystal clear water is ideal for swimming, snorkelling, and scuba diving to see Vietnam's most spectacular coral reefs, colourful fish, and other sea creatures.

Apart from water activities, your family can hike in the national park to see the abundance of flora and fauna. This is a fantastic opportunity for you and your kids to learn and engage with the natural environment.

If you visit the island between April and October, you will have the best opportunity to see many turtles come to the shore and lay their eggs, an amazing experience in Con Dao.

Many famous historical sites are on the island, including Con Dao Prison and Hang Duong Cemetery. If your family is interested in learning more about Vietnam's history. You can visit Vo Thi Sau's grave, a hero who significantly contributed to the country's liberation and peace. The Vietnamese consider the grave very sacred; many people visit Con Dao every year, bringing incense and offerings to pray, believing that Vo Thi Sau will bless them.


Nha Trang is a beach city, and your family can discover gorgeous beaches with clear blue water, lush greenery, and modern buildings simultaneously.

April to May is the best time to visit Nha Trang to enjoy the cool weather and seawater. You can travel with your family to Nha Trang between June and September to relish the warmer temperatures and sunbathe on the white sandy beach.

Nha Trang's stunning blue beaches are bordered by green mountains, making it the perfect place to swim and take in the scenery. Jungle Beach, Doc Let Beach, Nhu Tien Beach, and Bai Dai Beach are some most well-known beaches. You can easily find a diving site in Nha Trang, a popular activity. If you do not have diving experience, professional diving instructors will give you the correct training.

Visiting salt fields is a unique experience in Nha Trang that your family should not miss. You will encounter an utterly remarkable landscape where large white salt piles stand out on the blue sea and workers in conical hats, rubber gloves and boots. Learning more about the natural environment and local way of life, Chôm Chôm Travel guarantees that you'll bring home many excellent photos and memories.

Po Nagar Cham Towers is one of the most appealing sites in the area, and these towers were built between the 7th and 12th centuries. Your family can have an opportunity to learn more about the Cham people's history and see the incredible Champa architecture.

Numerous clubs, restaurants, and skyscraper towers provide fine dining and rooftop views. It is perfect for travellers that enjoy experiencing city life.


Vinh Hy is one of the most scenic and unspoiled bays in Vietnam. It is situated in the province of Ninh Thuan, around 40 kilometres from Phan Rang. Coming to Vinh Hy will give your family a great chance to experience the relaxed way of the locals, the natural environment, and beaches with blue water that harmoniously combine with green mountains and forests.

Summer is the best time to visit Vinh Hy, which stretches from May through August. When the weather is pleasant, the waves are tranquil, and the water is emerald.

Vinh Hy Bay is well known for having a variety of stunning coral reefs, making it a must-visit destination for everyone who enjoys scuba diving or snorkelling. Also, this is a fantastic experience for your children to discover the lively marine life.

Nui Chua National Park is home to a rich and diverse flora and fauna ecosystem. Your family can take a trek through the forest to be immersed in nature.

The seafood in the bay is so reasonable and fresh. You can enjoy it on a boat, in a restaurant, or buy it for your family early in the morning from a fisherman.


Phu Quoc is the Pearl Island of Vietnam, with crystal blue oceans, stunning sunsets, lush surroundings, and friendly residents. The island's northern half is famous for its untouched natural environment, but the southern coastline is filled with luxury resorts, restaurants, bars, and cafes.

The ideal time to visit Phu Quoc Island is between December and March when the weather is the driest, the water is the clearest, and the waves are calm.

The island is a suitable place to take your kids for various water activities, such as lying on the white sandy beach to soak up the sunshine, swimming, and kayaking on the beach to take in the cool breeze and scenic island landscapes.

According to many, Khem Beach and Sao Beach are the most beautiful beaches on the island.

Did you know that the island is one of the best spots to watch the magical sunset? Your family can immerse themselves in the magical moments of the sunset while enjoying dinner together on the beach.

The Phu Quoc pepper is well-known for having intense heat and aroma. It will be an exciting and educational experience for you and your children to visit the pepper farm and listen to the local farmers share their knowledge about the trees and their work. If you visit during the harvest season from February to July, your family can get first-hand experience picking the peppers. Furthermore, you will have the opportunity to gain experience how to cook fantastic regional food using homegrown peppers.


In the South-Central region, Da Nang is a popular attraction with spectacular mountains, stunning beaches, sacred pagodas, and modern landmarks.

April to August is the best season to visit Da Nang's beautiful beaches. The sunny weather makes it great for outdoor activities.

My Khe beach is more than 10 kilometres from the east of Da Nang city centre, renowned for its poetic beauty with sparkling blue sea, white sand, gentle waves, and a lot of coconut trees. The beach is a suitable place to participate in water sports, including jet-skiing, snorkelling, and surfing.

Non Nuoc beach impresses many travellers with its winding 5km coastline surrounding the foot of Ngu Hanh Son Mountain. A fantastic location to participate in thrilling sports such as scuba diving, surfing, and paragliding.

You can come to Rang Beach if your family enjoys a picnic or camping overnight on the golden sand. Your family can have a campfire and BBQ and watch the sunrise and sunset.

Contact us as soon as possible so our local guides can take you to the most beautiful beaches in Vietnam and arrange many exciting water activities for your family.

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