About Hon mun island Nha Trang
Hon Mun is the most beautiful island in Nha Trang, the region with the most coral and marine species in Southeast Asia, Hon Mun is about 12 km from the coast, about 50 minutes from Cau Da port, The area of the island is 1.2 km2. This is the first marine protected area in the country. Especially, it has a two-line blend of hot and cold water, Hon Mun is where the development of thousands of species of coral and fish species rare in the world.
Called Hon Mun because of the south-east of the island there are high cliffs, cliff walls form a cave, especially the rock here as black as ebony, very rare in other places. Due to the terrain of the island is very close to the hot currents from the equator, so it is suitable for the development of coral and many kinds of marine life. The seabed in Hon Mun's core area is a diverse collection of marine organisms,this is an interesting place to learn and research for marine life, oceanography and tourists.
Hon Mun is the most beautiful scuba diving destination in the country. There are different dive sites and each dive site also requires different diving skills. For those who have not yet gone diving, the first dives will be instructed to dive at depths of 6.- 8m with many coral species and hundreds of colorful fishes.
Scuba diving sightseeing at Hon Mun Island Nha Trang
Join Hon Mun Diving Tour down to depths 6-8 meters, you will see the beautiful view of coral reefs, especially you can touch the species such as Sea Star, coral... but absolutely not to touch sea urchin.
Many visitors to Nha Trang but not down the sea. It can be said is a pity, because diving is extremely fascinating, showing the beautiful mystery under the blue water. If you have not yet dived, let's book a diving tour immediately.
Hon Mun or Coral Bay is a tourist area that is currently operating but is still a marine protected area, so the protection of the environment and landscape here is absolutely preserved. When diving, visitors should not break, cut coral and must wear propeller to avoid impact to coral.