Scuba diving – Snorkling tour

Nha Trang beach
1/2 day

Scuba diving – Snorkling tour

November 30, 2016

per adult

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7h30: Nha Trang Scuba Diving Center bus will pick up at your hotel, transfer to harbour and then take you to Mun Island, belonging to Nha Trang Bay which is recognized as one of the Most Beatiful Bays in the World.

8h45:First dive site and snorkeling at “The First Marine Protected Area” in Vietnam, where you can see over 300 pieces of tropical fishes and a large variety of coral.

If you can not swim or first time dive, our diver will assist and follow you during your diving.

Relax on the boat and enjoy local fruits..

11h00:Continue to the second dive site, you will see other kind of coral and more colourful fishes. After a short rest, you will have luch on board with Vietnamese food and then  return to Cau Da harbour.

13h30: Nha Trang Scuba Diving Center‘s bus will take you back to hotel. End of services.


– Fun dive: 40$  (Certificated Diver)

– Fun dive: 49$ (Non-certificated Diver)

– Snorkelling: 22$


  • Marine Protected Area Fee (40.000 VND)
  • Onboard cooked smorgasbord lunch
  • Mineral water, tea, coffee
  • Dive equipment
  • Dive guide
  • Dive boat
  • Towel



The Marine Protected Area in Nha Trang Bay with biodiversity has occupied 45 % creatures found all over the world. You will have amazing feelings when enjoying different kind shapes of fishes showing off their bodies on colourful coral reefs.

For your first introduction to scuba diving, Nha Trang Scuba Diving Center will give you a life changing adventure…. You don’t know how to swim? Don’t worry, because our instructors will help you maintain perfect buoyancy underwater so that your first experience will be an adventure you will talk about for the rest of your life.

For certificated divers,Nha Trang Scuba Diving Center will match you by experience in groups no larger than four and help you to discover the underwater caves and the wonders that our waters have to offer. You’ll encounter the high biodiversity concentration of marine species and the exciting topography.