Situated in Quang Nam province in the central region of Vietnam, Cham island (Cu Lao Cham) is a cluster consisting of eight small islands located about 15km from Cua Dai pier on Hoi An coast.
With its turquoise waters, Cham island provides visitors with snorkeling, diving and fishing opportunities, along with many powdery sand beaches to choose from. It’s a great chance to explore and be overwhelmed with the colorful coral reefs of Cham Island Biosphere Reserve. If you can walk and breathe, you can Sea Trek. This is an unmissable experience for those who want to experience walking on the ocean floor in the unique environment and even hand feed the fish on the ocean floor.
The best time to visit Cham Islands is from March until September, due to the sunny weather and great water conditions. If you’re planning to dive or snorkel during your visit, we highly recommend visiting between June and August.
The Cham Island is inaccessible during the monsoon period, which takes place between October and February. The islands experience strong winds and waves that make traveling dangerous.