Lang Co Island Snorkeling tour to explore the underwater world of brightly colored fishes, coral reefs, and other mysteries of the deep by snorkeling will offers you a lifetime of memories in Hue, Vietnam
This interesting tour departs from Lang Co Beach by cano (high speed boat) to explore a beautiful and wild island, called Ngoc island about 18 knots far away (25′ by cano).
The island is 235m above sea level, the island is about 60,000m2, surrounded by black rocky cliffs. Like Hai Van Peak on the mainland, Son Cha island is a crossroads between tropical and subtropical climate, which is very diverse in biology
What to expect
Panorama view of Lang Co fishing village and amazing Hai Van Pass from the sea
Explore the island and swim on the stream there
Marvelous coral reef and colorful fishes
Try local food and seafood from the island
Spend leisure time on wonderful clear Banana beach
Island snorkeling & diving, enjoy blue crystal sea near Ngoc Island
|DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION||Lang Co Beach|
|DEPARTURE TIME||Between 8:00 – 9:00 am depending group size|
8.00. Morning pick up at your hotel in Hue or Hoi An /Da Nang and transfer to the pier in Lang Co beach. Prepare the life jackets, water proof bags and listen to safe instructions before getting on cano to Ngoc Island (30 minutes).
Upon arival, our tour guide will help tell you more about Ngoc island with its history. A short trek around the island for photos and do swimming a cool stream on this island
Then get back on board and go for snorkeling to see the coral reef and biology system of Ngoc islands.
After that transfer to Banana beach and have lunch on the beach under shelters
Afternoon you are free relaxing on the beach or go swimming. You can join basket boat, water sports or trek along the coast or do fishing by yourself.
15.00 back to the pier and get on board to return the mainland. The driver awaits and transfers you back your hotel. End the tour at your hotel.
Ngoc Island lies in the middle of Danang and Hue seas, within the administrative boundary of Phu Loc District, Thua Thien Hue Province. From Lang Co you only take 20 minutes to the Pearl Island, or if you depart from Xuan Thieu beach it takes only 10 minutes by canoe to have this beautiful island.
Looking distant from Ngoc island floating in the middle of the sea like a reverse pan, it is also known as Son Cha island, Cu Lao Han.
Formerly, Hon Chao Island was the area between Dai Viet and Champa. It was once in memory of Princess Huyen Tran, the Tran dynasty named this island is Huyen Tran island, who brought to Dai Viet two districts: Thuan and Hoa, also the most beautiful Hai Van Pass. Under the Tay Son dynasty, King Quang Trung renamed it Ngoc Island on this journey to there because it was so beautiful island. By the beginning of the Nguyen Dynasty, the island was called Han Island. After that, King Minh Mang gave the name Ngu Hai Dai means sea watchdog. During the French colonial period, it was called Hon Son Cha.
Ngoc island is 235m above sea level, the island is about 60,000m2, surrounded by black rocky cliffs. Like Hai Van Peak on the mainland, Son Cha island is a crossroads between tropical and subtropical climate, which is very diverse in biology.
The beautiful summer days with the pleasure of scuba diving to explore the mysterious beauty deep in the sea. The island has about 144 species of coral, 135 species of seaweed, 162 species of fish. The color of the coral, hundreds of species of fish, sea anemone, and sea creatures create a colorful picture shimmering on the bottom of the water as a delights visitors once explored.
This place together with many seafood species such as lobster, grouper, abalone, sea ginseng …. This is a convenient feature for visitors to enjoy the fishing, squid fishing. Dropping the edge of the water about a minute or so, you can pick up the cargo from anchovy, rabbit fish to squid …
The island is only about 1.5km wide but has full terrain. The rocks stacked against each other in the middle of the cloud over the years. It is interesting to go barefoot footsteps on the rock, quietly listening to the waves pounding at the foot.