Storkling was good fun, although I felt the tour operator was overly relaxed and unorganized. Food was nice for lunch (although it's very seafood oriented as you can imagine)
We go twice and i will not come back. The first time we go only me and my husband and was ok, nothing special but ok. We only come back the second time because my family come to see me at Hoi An and they never have an experience similar. But now is enought...the time we wait before in the... More
We booked our trip through a tour company in town (I think the name was Cu Lao Cham) , we were promised that the guides speak english, the next day we discovered that they didn't, all our guide could say was "read here" while pointing at an explanation board, we were 6 tourists from outside of Vietnam, the snorkeling was... More
You can take a speed boat from the pier and it takes 45 mins to Cham island. It's very beautiful and quite island with lovely sand beach, people and food as well. The italian man who has been lived in Cham for 7 years with a naughty son named Sante. You can visit his restaurant there and ask him. A... More
Scheduling; You're better off looking to put this on the planner sooner rather than later simply because it can be weather affected more than any other attraction and you may have to reschedule, so no point in leaving it 'til last and being disappointed. Cham Islands; There's 2,500 years (500 years before the establishment of Hoi An) of history here... More
Sleep in tent or beach. A litter bit boring at night but so exciting on early morning and afternoon. Great place for sight seeing and snorkeling, diving. You can watch the boat from land that bring food to island at sunrise. Visit a fishing village as well.
I wish we had had the time to do the overnight trip. The snorkeling package was great fun, clean water, tropical fish, starfish. Jumping off the top floor of the boat was also quite fun. (We did all get minor stings from these baby jellyfish that you can't even see...only very minor irritation, didn't even realize until someone told me... More
Gorgeous island but snorkelling didn't supply flippers or snorkels. Life jacket and dirty mask were gross. Take your own snorkels or pay more. Island itself was lovely to swim at.
Stopped here for lunch on our "dive day" Nice simple lunch served just off the beach under a bit of shade. Classic palm trees and baking golden sand. A little bit of heaven.
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