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Swimming & Scuba Diving now Banned in Nha Trang Bay: Vietnam 

Swimming & Scuba Diving now Banned in Nha Trang Bay: Vietnam 


In a recent travel Update Swimming and Scuba Diving is Banned in Nha Trang Bay region: Vietnam, the major reason behind this ban on swimming and scuba diving in Nha Trang Bay was damage to “coral reefs”. Vietnam is one of the most stunning and incredible countries most travellers can make plans to visit this country and Nha Trang Bay is the most attractive place for travellers attraction. The majority of travellers come to Vietnam for its beaches: Nha Trang’s pristine white-sand beaches are one of the most popular destinations for beachgoers in the country. The city also boasts an array of water activities including snorkelling, diving, kiteboarding and windsurfing. It seems that global warming has damaged the coral reefs across Southeast Asia. Scientists have warned this could happen with some serious environmental effects. Some recent Photographers are also showing that things about coral reefs have been damaged due to swimming and scuba diving held in this place.

The official informed that the Nha Trang Bay management authority has decided to ban swimming and scuba diving activities in the region of Hon Mun Island. The statement is released by officials that authorities are blaming illegal fishing, climate change, the construction of industrial parks and all.

Frequently Asked Question

Question: where is Nha Trang Bay Located?

Answer: It is a beautiful island located in Vietnam.

Question: How can you reach Nha Trang Bay?

Answer: The distance between Nha Trang from Nha Trang bay is almost 13km.

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