This dive site is ideal for diving and snorkeling with depths of 1 to 15 meters. A white sandy area is surrounded by marvelous coral gardens. Predominently hard corals, but you can also see colourful soft corals. The dive site is inhabited by a friendly octopus, a large variety of clown fish, as well as razor fish.
Mushroom Bay is a shallow place, excellent for beginners and courses, many different species of coral in shallow waters also offer a good view for snorkelers. Scorpion fish, octopus, and shrimp can be found here.
Moray Beach with its depth of 3 to 18 meters often provides great visibility. This place takes its name from the many moray eels that live here. With many beautiful corals Moray Beach provides a good habitat for many lionfish, scorpion fish, leaf fish and frogfish.
a well known and frequently visited dive site, the depth here is 5 to 30 meters with large rock formations and small fish filled tunnels through which you can swim. Large groups of barracudas, a giant grouper and a few ghost pipefish live in this environment
The place is ideal for drift diving. The current is usually not too strong, so it's just perfect for a leisurely swim along the beautiful stone wall, overgrown with different species of corals. Up to 40 meters.
a 30 meter deep wall covered with rare green and golden corals. Many black and red lion fish, bat fish and banner fish live in this place
Pinnacle with a depth of max. 45 meters. An impressive cone-shaped rock formation with occasional strong currents. Large pufferfish and schools of moorish idols can be spotted. For advanced divers only.
a deep rocky hillside up to 30m in depth where many different species of nudibranchs can be spotted beneath the stones. Many small puffer fish live in the area.
For a long time this island has been closed for public access, and even today it is still strictly limited. That is why marine life and corals lived and reproduced here without any human intervention. Coral gardens, lots of nudibranchs, turtles, large specimens of fish (which is rare in Vietnam), make this protected nature reserve extremely attractive to all lovers of the underwater world. Underwater missile silos at a depth of 30 meters and grottoes left after the US-Vietnam War add some extra spice to the diving here. In addition, the island's magnificent white coral beach makes this one of the most beautiful and picturesque places in the entire country.
The name corresponds to the shape of the island – which is about 20 km off Nha Trang's sandy shores. Depths of up to 50m, currents. Under water you can see the schools of fish, vast fields of soft corals, dolphins, turtles and big groupers.
Con Dao Islands
Another interesting place for diving in Vietnam is the archipelago of Con Dao. It consists of 14 islands and is 300 kilometers off the Vietnamese coast (50 minute flight from Saigon or 5 hours on the ferry). Very rare mammals, dugongs (sea cows), large green turtles and many endemic species, unique to this region can be found in this archipelago. The whole area is protected by the State and the underwater world is very diverse. Depths for diving average 15-18 meters. The coral gardens are beginning to appear at depth of 14 metres and gradually rise towards the surface.