Hon Mun Island1165 Votes Currently Open
- Address: Hon Mun, Nha Trang, Vietnam
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
- Tags: Family And Kids, Water Sport, Scuba, Snorkeling
If you are a diving or snorkelling enthusiast, this place is just what you are looking for. Clean, azure waters that are surprisingly clear offer some of the most stunning underwater landscapes. There is an abundance of coral reefs and exotic sea life that add to the colours under water. There are a number of diving companies that can arrange tours to this pristine island and also provide you with diving/snorkelling equipment. These islands are also called Ebony islands because of the high rise cliffs surrounding them that look like ebony.
Hon Mun Island Travel Tips
- Do not fall for the four island tour that is conducted with a crowd of people. Try going to the island on a private tour which will give you much more time and space for water activities.
How to Reach Hon Mun Island
- You will have to take a boat or ferry from Nha Trang to visit this island. It takes 45 minutes from Cau Da port.
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64.94% of people who visit Nha Trang include Hon Mun Island in their plan
12 PM - 1 PM
25% of people start their Hon Mun Island visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Hon Mun Island
61.54% of people prefer walking in order to reach Hon Mun Island
Hon Mun Island Reviews & Ratings
Amazing island with beautiful untouched coral reef. We went out on a beautiful sunny day and saw some amazing sea creatures. Would so go back there again :)
Beautiful island with coral and swimming beach. Water is Crystal clear. Minus point: over crowded and poor management, and got people throw trash to the sea and no punishment action to stop it.
Blue sea with crystal clear water. However, it is overcrowded, disorganized, and dirty. Rubbish everywhere!
favorite dive spot!🐳