What do you think of one place where your feet were printed on white sand, your head is covered by sunshine and wind, your eyes are fed by stunning view of an island? You may think it is a dream, but it is not, it is a reality which is within an easy reach.
The island mentioned here is the beautiful and untouched Diep Son Island in Van Phong Bay of Khanh Hoa, home to the famous Nha Trang Bay. The island consists of three small, isolated islets.
Like many other islands in Vietnam, Diep Son is very beautiful. But, what make it special? It is a 800-meter winding path that is half submerged in the crystal clear jade water, connecting two islets. The footpath is around 1.2 meters wide and nearly half a meter below the water surface.
Walking along the path, you will see groups of tiny fishes swimming around. Sometimes they jump off the water, making the sea surface sparkling.
The island is so beautiful with green coconut trees and crystal jade water beaches. There are only around 80 households in the islet. They are mostly fishers. To get here, tourists can take a boat on Van Gia Wharf in Van Gia Town. The trip takes around one hour.
Do you want to apply for Vietnam visa to discover this island, visit http://vietnam-visa.com/ for a comprehensive guide including who needs a visa to Vietnam and how to obtain a Vietnam visa.
Collected by Vietnam Travel Blog