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When most people think of Hoi An, the images that tend to come to mind are rows of colourful lanterns, the Ancient Town and unique culture. In addition, all the delicious, signature food dishes of Hoi An. But there’s even more to do in this beautiful city. One of our favourite activities in Hoi An is scuba diving as it allows you to immerse yourself in a completely unique, alien world. Scuba diving and snorkelling are superb off the cost of Hoi An with hundreds of different varieties of coral and tropical fish thriving in the warm tropical waters.

Additionally, the Cu Lao Cham Marine Park is just 21km from Hoi An old town and comprises eight islands in the South China Sea that are just teeming with marine life, the most exciting of which is Cham Island.


Pick up from Hoi an hotel to Cua Dai pier, start cruising for 1 hour to Cham Island. The first Dive will be at 10 am to about 10:45, then move to another site for the second dive from 12:00 to about 12:45, have snack and drink on board. 

Arrive at Bai Ong (option Bai Chong) to have lunch time and relax. Leave Cham Island to return to Hoi An Transfer back to your hotel by bus at 17:30.

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