Cam Ranh has unspoiled beaches south of the city with clear turquoise waters, warm all year round. The pale sand of Binh Tien beach is a local favourite, though many unnamed beaches are just as pretty. If you prefer a bit of service with your sand, opt to pay the entrance fee for the beach at Ngoc Suong Yen Bay Resort. The water is calm and the sand golden along this small cove; meals can be had on the resort's wooden jetty.
Scuba diving is excellent off of Cam Ranh, and there are several dive operators in the area. Vsit the protected Hon Mun Island or another reef to see sea stars, morays, sea fans and more colourful fish than you can name. Hin Mun is named for the ebony-like black stone cliffs prominent on the island ('mun' means ebony). Birds nest along them and in the island's caves.
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