Walking "through" the ocean
Those who says you cannot “cross the sea” from the mainland to the island on your own two feet definitely do not know these three submerged roads that are highly discussed on traveling forums!
Diep Son, Khanh Hoa
Located less than half a meter below sea level, the road connecting two islands in the Diep Son archipelago, Khanh Hoa province is considered the hottest under-the-sea walking path in Vietnam.
The road "below sea level" on the island of Diep Son
Diep Son is an archipelago consisted of three small islands, locating in the middle of Van Phong Bay, Van Ninh, Khanh Hoa province. About an hour on the water from the town of Van Gia, the Diep Son archipelago slowly appears on the horizon.
The boat are anchored at the middle island, so that the travelers can start the 30-miute trekking along the unique 700-meter path, connecting the middle island with the greater Diep Son island.
The travelers conquering one of the hottest roads
Imagine the excitement and suspense mixed with pure curiosity when your feet are walking on bumpy sand, sea water and fishes swimming around your ankles. It is a unique experience, both peaceful and exciting. It is easy to understand why this is one of the most discussed and mentioned path on the traveling forums!
Hon Ba, Vung Tau
Visitors to Vung Tau are no longer surprised with the ride receding, revealing a winding road that lasts few hundred meters, leading to a small rocky island in the middle of the sea.
Hon Ba – a small rocky island, characteristic of Vung Tau, located on Ha Long Road (another name is Thuy Van), in Bai Sau of this beach town.
Hon Ba from above
First, the travelers must watch out for the best time to experience this path, because typically, the tide only recedes deeply on the 14th and 15th in lunar calendar, usually during late afternoon.
Conquer the "jagged" road
The experience when you are on this journey are moss-covered rocks and oysters. How is that feeling like?
Nhat Tu Son, Phu Yen
Nhat Tu Son of Xuan Dai Bay, in the area of Xuan Tho 1, Song Cau town is dubbed the most beautiful island of Phu Yen with spectacularly eye-pleasing road.
Nhat Tu Son, Phu Yen
Sandy path lies hidden under the sea for the travelers to wade through 300 meters. When the tide rises, the level is only around the waist of a typical adult.
Attracted by the unique path, unspoiled beauty of the islands, along with tasty seafood, if you have never been to Nhat Tu Son, you should put this place in your plan to visit right now!
The Red Bull travelers should conquer and experience lots of secret paths under the sea and do not hesitate to share your stories with Red Bull Vietnam.
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