Not only the blue sea, white sand, yellow sunshine, Cham Island (Quang Nam) is also known as a place with a diverse and beautiful coral ecosystem in Vietnam.
Cu Lao Cham is located in Tan Hiep commune, Hoi An, Quang Nam, 15 km from Cua Dai beach; and recognized by UNESCO as a World Biosphere Reserve. There are 8 islands: Hon Lao, Hon Dai, Hon Mo, Hon Kho Me, Hon Kho Con, Hon La, Hon Tai, Hon Ong.
The best time to explore Cu Lao Cham (Cham Island) is from March to August every year. At this time, the weather is warm, sunny, clear, and calm. Tourists should not go in the remaining months because there may be storms, rough seas … the island will seem isolated.
Cu Lao Cham is about 5,000 hectares wide with a diverse ecosystem; including hundreds of coral reefs, seaweed beds, seagrasses, and many seafood species. Here, corals grow into large beaches of different shapes and colors, creating an attraction for visitors.
The area is shallow, with coral visible at a depth of 2-4 m; When diving, visitors will be equipped with life jackets, snorkel with diving goggles, suitable for those who are not experienced. For visitors who want to explore the depths of the sea about 6 meters deeper, when diving, there will be scuba tanks and guides.
Bai Lay, Hon Dai, Hon Tai … are the ideal snorkeling places for exploring the vivid and colorful world under the ocean. With a price of about 150,000-1.4 million VND, you can choose for yourself a suitable form of diving to explore the underwater world in Cu Lao Cham
Note when diving, visitors should not break corals to bring to the mainland. In addition, there are many thrilling games here that attract tourists; such as canoe pulling a parachute, canoe pulling banana float, water motorbike …
The pristine natural scene; with straight coconut trees, green beach in the golden sunshine; will contribute to creating the ideal background for you to unleash virtual life. Here, you can also visit Hai Tang pagoda, Champa ancient well, Tan Hiep market and enjoy fresh seafood.