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A breathtaking cluster of granite islands, set in aquamarine seas, around 15km directly offshore from Hoi An. The Cham Islands make a wonderful excursion. Once closed to visitors and under close military supervision, day trips, diving or snorkeling the reefs, or staying overnight is now possible. Cham Island Snorkeling Tour is the best option for all travelers who love nature! Let’s book the tour and enjoy the wonderful landscape of the island of Cham.
Cu Lao Cham is a historical and cultural relics associated with the formation and development of urban commercial port of Hoi An. There are many relics of the Sa Huynh culture, Champa, with the ancient architecture of the Cham and Vietnamese dating back several hundred years.
This is also a tourist attraction with year-round cool climate, rich flora and fauna, especially seafood and bird nests resources. Coral reefs in the area Cu Lao Cham marine scientists are also appreciated and taken into protection list.
Cham Island was recognized a Biosphere Reserve World by UNESCO on 29/05/2009.
8:00 – 8.30: Our driver and tour guide will pick you up from hotel lobby in Hoi An to Cua Dai quay. (7:45-8:00 for hotel in center). Starting Cham Island Snorkeling Tour!
9:00 – 9:25: Relax in fresh cool wind & enjoy the beautiful landscape on the speed boat to Cham Island.
9:25 – 10:10: Visit Bai Lang, including Au Thuyen, Tay Tang Pagoda and Bai Lang Fishing Village.
10:10 – 11:10: Transfer to Bai Xep for snorkeling.
11:10 – 14:00: Go to Bai Chong to relax, swim, sunbathe and enjoy a special lunch with fresh seafood.
14:00: Return to the mainland, transfer back to your hotel. End trip.
Scuba Diving: $105.00usd (10usd/pax of extra cost will be applied if you don’t have diving license )
Exclusions: Drinks, Insurance, Personal expenses, Tip.
Inclusions: A/C private vehicle transfer for group, speed boat, life vests, snorkels, masks, entrance tickets to Bai Chong, Bai Lang and lunch with seafood set menu at Cham Island.