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TOURISTS IN Charming Hoi An Town and Beach Vacation - TL401

Charming Hoi An Town and Beach Vacation - TL401
swimming, sunbathing, attending cooking class, biking, etc.

TOURISTS IN Romantic Cham Island and Snorkeling tour - TL405

Romantic Cham Island and Snorkeling tour - TL405
diving and snorkeling, boating, fishing, etc.

TOURISTS IN Relaxing Whale Island - Nha Trang - TL408

Relaxing Whale Island - Nha Trang - TL408
Scuba-diving and snorkeling, fishing, swimming, etc.

TOURISTS IN The most beautiful beaches of Vietnam - TL410

The most beautiful beaches of Vietnam - TL410
boat cruising, swimming and relaxing, scuba-diving, etc.

TOURISTS IN Wonders of the South - TL514

Wonders of the South - TL514
relaxing on beach, playing sea sports, etc.

TOURISTS IN Phu Quoc Honey Moon Package - TL515

Phu Quoc Honey Moon Package - TL515
stay at the most beautiful beaches, enjoy romantic candlelight dinners, etc.

TOURISTS IN Southern Golden Beaches - TL516

Southern Golden Beaches - TL516
relaxing on beach, playing sea sports, etc.

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The country has a long coastline, varied, complex climatic zones and generally a fair amount of rain.

The best beaches are mostly in the southern half, and that's best Dec- May [dry, but hot and humid]. However, in that area it doesn't usually rain for long periods at any time, only showers, unless an infrequent typhoon hits the coast, so the beaches are basically OK all year round.

The worst season is probably July -Oct (humidity, occasional rains, typhoons, and of course July-Aug is always a busy holiday period).
Oct - Dec has the best weather over the whole country for sightseeing, with clear skies and temperatures in the mid 20Cs.
China Beach, between Da Nang and Hoi An is the most unspoilt Vietnam beach is the endless white sand of China Beach, where US troops landed during the 70's unpleasantness.
The main beach is officially around the Non Nuoc Resort hotel but some locals argue that the real China Beach is at My Khe Beach about 5 km north of the hotel (both are near the tourist attraction of Marble Mountains).

Nha Trang, 'the Vietnamese Riviera', is a delightful little town of tranquil, friendly locals. It has 6 miles of splendid white sandy beach with azure water, backed by green hills and palm trees. The town has little noise or pollution because locals prefer walking or biking to motorbiking.
Mui Ne Beach is about 20mins (by bus) from Phan Thiet, which is 120 miles/198 km (a 3 hour drive) from Ho Chi Minh City. It has fabulous stretches of white sand, a scenic landscape and lovely locals. The climate is hot and dry almost all year, with an average temperature of about 27C.
The beach is also known for world-class wind/kite surfing [good wind almost guaranteed - though the sea-breeze can be over-the-top for sun bathing sometimes.

Phu Quoc Island in the Gulf of Thailand is Vietnam's largest island. Off Ha Tien, it's a hidden gem of Southeast Asia. The island has mountains, forests and superb sandy beaches perfect for nature lovers as well as sun-seekers.

Some of the beaches can only be reached by hiking sandy paths - Bai Truong (Long Beach) on the west coast is apparently the best, where you can see sunset over the water. Bai Thom in the north and Bai Khem in the south are also popular.