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Why Nha Phu Bay is special ?
Nha Phu is a nice and peaceful bay. Located approximately 15 km away from Nha Trang Beach, to the north, Nha Phu is a paradise for nature lovers who want to immerse themselves in tranquility. Nha Phu bay has peaceful waves all year around. In the middle of the sea and blue and clear sky, the cluster of dreamlike islands looks like the sails to be filled with winds going offshore. Thi Islet is one of the more popular islands. It features a pristine beach for swimming and playing games, and visitors can enjoy char-coal-grilled or fried fresh seafood, meat and vegetables that are served on bamboo tables.
What to explore at Nha Phu Bay?
Visit Thi Island, a starting point to explore Nha Phu Bay. Most visitors are eager to explore safari park with many kinds of animal living in natural habitat such as ostriches, deer etc.
Get aboard to visit Hoa Lan Spring, discover colorful and impressive orchid caves. Hundreds kinds of orchid collected in Vietnam and around the world will offer you memorable experiences. Visitors continue exploring the wildlife sanctuary with many kinds of bird such as francolin, peaco. Visit the most famous destination in Nha Trang for nature-based activities and eco-tourism, Lao Island, a paradise of over 2.000 monkeys living in natural habitat. Visitors may offer handshakes with monkeys or feed them.
How to get to Nha Phu Bay?
Nha Phu Bay or the Monkey Island requires you to go take a 15 minutes boat trip from the harbor.
- Peaceful setting
- Great place for monkey lovers
- Great place for family day out
- Heat the beat
- Good view, good location
NHA Phu Bay Vietnam
Tips for you
We went to Monkey Island, which I described in a previous review, then Orchid Stream Island where our guide cooked us a BBQ lunch while we swam. It wasn't crowded at all. they also have a small zoo with ostriches and red deer and if you're small (under 60 kgs) you can ride an ostrich. They also have a show featuring bears and an elephant. The elephant seems to enjoy the interaction but the bears are a different story. The trainers make the bears walk on their hind legs which is very strange to see. Like the monkeys on Monkey Island, they seem to get roughly handled.