Ninh Hoa commune located in the central coastal province of Khanh Hoa has attracted a large number of travelers to its stunning beaches and salt making villages.
Nha Phu lagoon can be found approximately 15km from the centre of Nha Trang city between Nha Trang bay and Van Phong bay and covers a total area of nearly 1,500 hectares. The lagoon boasts beautiful landscapes that feature majestic mountains, streams, waterfalls, and the ocean. A number of islands are dotted around the lagoon such as Hon Lao, Hon Thi, and Hon Heo which are popular spots among visitors due to their pristine beauty.
Doc Let beach is known to be one of the most beautiful unspoiled beaches in Khanh Hoa. It is located some 50km east of Nha Trang city and boasts white sands and crystal-clear blue water whilst being surrounded by hills. Guests to the beach can get involved in a range of exciting activities including parachuting, water motor sports, or enjoy a seafood buffet at a reasonable price. 2014 saw Doc Let ranked among the top eight most beautiful beaches nationwide by Lonely Planet.
Ninh Diem salt making village is a must-visit destination for travelers to the region. Visitors can experience local life in the salt fields side by side with locals.
Local people work on the Ninh Diem salt field
The salt field is a popular attraction, especially in the hot weather that lasts from April to September annually. A local amateur photographer believes that the best time to explore the salt field is in the early morning or in the late afternoon