Scuba diving in Cham Islands water


Not only is the blue sea, white sand, yellow sunshine, Cham Islands (Quang Nam province) is also well-known for its beautiful diverse coral reefs.

Photo: Viet.ngoc.nguyen
Photo: Viet.ngoc.nguyen

Cham Islands is about 15km from Hoi An city of Quang Nam province. It was recognised as the World Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 2009. Cham Islands is composed of 8 islands, Hon Lao, Hon Dai, Hon Mo, Hon Kho Me, Hon Kho Con, Hon La, Hon Tai, Hon Ong. (Photo: Viet.ngoc.nguyen)


It is ideal to visit Cham Islands in the period from March to August when it is sunny and the sea is calm. (Photo: Hyhan.photographer)


Cham Islands covers an area of 5,000 hectars with hundreds of coral reefs, seaweed beds, seagrasses and seafood species. The coral there has different shapes and colours, which is attractive to visitors. (Photo: Travellive)


The Cham Islands water is shallow, which allows visitors to see coral reefs at a distance of 2 metres. Visitors will be equipped with life jackets, snorkels and diving goggles. Those who want to explore the sea about 6 metres below the sea surface will be accompanied by a guide and a scuba. (Photo: _Linhle)


The under-water world of Cham Islands is very wonderful and colourful. There are many forms of discovering the coral and the seabed that visitors can choose. (Photo:


Besides, there are many thrilling games for tourists to try, such as parachute canoe, canoe with banana float, water motorbike... (Photo: Joe_komodo)


When diving, visitors are not permitted to break the coral. Along with water activities, visitors can take a tour to Hai Tang Pagoda, Champa ancient well, Tan Hiep market and enjoy fresh sea-food. (Photo: Van-vnd).