There is a lesser-known island in Cam Ranh, a deep-water bay in Khanh Hoa Province, named Robinson dubbed “Vietnam’s Maldives” for its beauty.
It takes around an hour to go by boat from Ba Ngoi Port in Cam Ranh to Robinson, a mesmerizing place with white sandy beaches and crystal clear jade water.
The name of the island is a nod to Robinson Crusoe and its isolated location. It is an ideal place for solo travelers who want to explore and experience local life, or for those who want to take a break from the madding crowds.
Services are still limited here, and the most popular places to stay are small, wooden houses on the sand.
Camping and teambuilding are also popular activities for visitors.
Photos by news website Kien Thuc
Tourist boats set off from Ba Ngoi Port in Cam Ranh to Robinson Island
A beach in the island
Wooden houses on the island
A beach at night