The coast of Phu Yen Province and Quy Nhon, in south-central Vietnam, is ripe for exploration. Its potential is extraordinary: An irresistible, honey-combed coastline with long peninsulas, rocky outcrops, dramatic bluffs, forested hills falling to the ocean, secluded bays, arcing beaches, rugged islands, thriving fishing villages, coastal cities, and glistening, calm seas.
This coastal region is destined to be an extremely big deal: a star of Vietnamese beach scene. But, despite a surge of interest in the last few years, the coastline of Phu Yen and Quy Nhon has yet to be developed for mass tourism, and is thus far more serene, local, sparsely populated, and genuine than Vietnam’s other beach such as Nha Trang and Phu Quoc.
As always, the window of opportunity for travel to this region before it inevitably turns to mass tourism is short: already the crowds, the coaches, the cement trucks, and the international resort chains are arriving. If you’re an independent traveller, don’t wait: go now.
PRICE & SURCHARGE FOR SINGLE ROOMS
Tourist type Price Land tour
Adult (From 12 years old and older) 214 USD 150 USD
Children (From 5 years old to under 12 years old) 161 USD 150 USD
Kid (From 2 years and under 5 years old) 94 USD 0 USD
Baby (Under 2 years old) 9 USD 0 USD
Surcharge for single rooms 52 USD 43 USD
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