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Cham islands are 15km from Cua Dai. There are seven islands altogether named according to their shape or characteristics. They are called Lao ( pear ), Dai ( long ), La ( leaf), Kho ( dry ),Tai ( ear ),Mo ( tomb ) and Nom ( East Wind ). They have...more
Sail back on the Majestic Biriwa. A couple of months ago we got a wonderful opportunity to sail with our friends Marie-France Biron and Gildas Fourny on their brand-new sailing boat. It was an unforgettable day trip and we couldn’t resist doing it one more...More
We have been very fortunate to visit a number of islands around the world before big tourism had arrived. Unfortunately we feel that we were 1-2 years too late in visiting Cham Island.
The home stay was as expected. Charming and helpful host family, plentiful...More
Unfortunately they are ruining what should be a lovely location. The tour company that took us was great and we had a friendly guide who spoke great English. The snorkelling was okay, some nice fish but there was a lot of jelly fish in the...More
The islands are close to Hoi An. By speedboat tour about 25 minutes. We had a private tour this gives much more flexibility in snorkling and thingsmyou like or not. On the island in the village it is super touristic, not much to see according...More
The island is extremely beautiful. The archipelago here is gorgeous, clear water that spans the coral reefs. Here you are sure to go diving, it is the most interesting thing when coming to this beautiful little island . 200,000vnd for high speed train