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Nha trang Tours & Sightseeing Excursions

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Nha trang Tours & Excursions Listing (6 tours)

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Nhatrang Beach Holiday - from USD 200

Nhatrang Beach Holiday

Last updated: 11/22/2008

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Full day Cruising in Nha Trang - from USD 45

A day of leisure and indulgence as we cruise through blue clear waters amongst the islands off Nha Trang. Visit the Tri Nguyen Aquarium at Mieu Island, enjoy swimming & snorkeling in Tam & Mun Islands

Last updated: 11/22/2008

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Full day Nha Trang City Tour - from USD 33

This full day trip covers a numerous attractions in Nha Trang. We will visit the Vietnam Oceanographic Institute, the Long Son Pagoda, the Chong Promontory Rocks and the Po Nagar Temple.

Last updated: 11/22/2008

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Best Beach Of Vietnam - from USD 494

13 DAYS-12 NIGHTS

Last updated: 11/22/2008

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Paradise Nha Trang Beach - from USD 176

Nha Trang has a 7 km white sand beach fringed by palms and casuarina trees, is one of nicest municipal beaches in Vietnam. The turquoise waters around Nha Trang are almost transparent, making for exce

Last updated: 11/22/2008

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Splendor Of Mui Ne Beach - from USD 199

Mui Ne Beach is located 11km east of Phan Thiet and 200km from Ho Chi Minh City. You can enjoy swimming in the blue sea or even climb the huge sand dunes which people normally take photos.

Last updated: 11/22/2008