Ninh Thuy Fishing Village

Like every typical fishing village in a coastal town, the rustic Ninh Thuy fishing village, with the simple and sincere lifestyle of the local residents, is attractive to travelers. The special thing lies in the ancient and poetic scenery of the Vietnamese countryside, making the wandering steps to the fishing village poetic.

From the village gate to the quiet, charming winding trails, the picture of that village is adorned with the vibrant rhythm of life, with fishermen rowing, fishing, knitting nets, and repairing fishing gear. Going deep into the small roads of the village, there are private places imbued with local flavor to enjoy Ninh Thuy specialties such as fish noodles, bread soup, etc. are extremely delicious and attractive.

Hon Khoi salt field

With an area of ​​​​about 400 hectares, Hon Khoi salt village is one of the largest salt fields in Vietnam, bringing income to people, as well as an attractive place to visit with immense white salt fields, and unmistakable with the salty taste of the sea. Salt making season is from January to July.

The salt workers create salt grains through many stages from pouring the field, then to the sand field, collecting sand, stomping, casting and finally to the stage when the water is poured onto the crystal cell to crystallize into “the gift of the sea”.

Diep Son Island

Diep Son is the name of a range of 3 small islands, namely Hon Bip – Hon O and Hon Qua in Van Thang commune, Van Ninh district, Khanh Hoa province. The island is about 60km from Nha Trang city center and very close to Phu Yen. The South of the island is Doc Let beach resort, only about 30 minutes by car and then by canoe to the island.

The road that connects Hon Bip and Hon Qua in the middle of the vast ocean, the place to view the groups of small fish swimming on both sides of the sea is an amazing thing in human life. From time to time, you can see groups of fish jumping out of the water, cool wind hitting your face, waves licking your feet, all fatigue here seems to be gently disappearing.

Diep Son village is peaceful, surrounded with communal courtyard, banyan tree and water stalls, which paints a rural scene that can only be found in old movies, rarely seen in modern urban places.

Ran Trao Marine Reserve

Many years have passed, every day the residents of Rang Trao dive into the sea to transplant corals in previously devastated areas, happy with each healthy young coral branch. Rang Trao has since become the first marine reserve in Vietnam operating under the management of the local community in Van Hung commune, Van Ninh district.

This is a sea area with high biodiversity having 82 species of coral, 69 species of reef fish and many high-value marine species such as snout otter clams, true conchs, seahorses, sea cucumbers…


    • Visit Coral Reef: Sitting on a boat and admiring the amazing scenery at the seabed with the naked eyes are probably one of many “rare and hard to find” experiences in life. After sightseeing, taking photos at sea, going to the Ran Trao protection house, meeting directly with those who defend, cultivate corals to learn more about how this land has developed, with interesting stories about Ran Trao.
    • Visit Lobster and Mussel farms: In addition to eco-tourism, a number of aquaculture occupations have also been practiced by the residents of Ran Trao such as lobster and green mussel farming. Aquaculture here has been stabilized and giving fishermen a fairly steady income.

An unknown poor land like Ran Trao suddenly became a nature reserve full of human values when restoring the living cradle for the ocean and for the people on the shore. Those who come to visit nature reserve like Ran Trao will learn a very basic lesson: living in a friendly way with nature, nature will pay back to people.