Beaches in Vietnam are popular places to escape the bustling cities and rugged Central Highlands. With a 3,444 km coastline, excluding (!) islands, Vietnam is blessed with numerous top-rated beaches. From adrenaline soaked beaches of Mui Ne to the picture-perfect bays of Phu Quoc Island (which are actually 28 separate islands), and from beach clubbin’ at Nha Trang to the tranquil shores of one of Con Dao archipelago’s 16 islands. Vietnam beaches have something to offer for everyone.
Discover the Vietnam Beaches by Motorbike
To enjoy the extensive coastline and the authentic Vietnam, the best way to explore the Vietnam beaches is with an Easy Rider: local guides on motorbikes. Feel the wind in your hair while you enjoy the lush landscape. Start a coast-to-coast adventure, riding in three days from Quy Nhon to Hoi An.
Or swap rooftop bars and an excellent war museum for miles of coastline, and drive from Ho Chi Minh City to Mui Ne, conquer the Central Highlands and end in Nha Trang, or cross the reknown Mekong Delta and end on either Con Dao Island or Phu Quoc Island.