Binh Ba Island Travel Guide
Binh Ba Island is also known under the name Lobster Island located in Cam Ranh Bay, Cam Binh ward – Cam Ranh city – Khanh Hoa province 60km from Nha Trang and 15km from an airport.
This island is quite small, but it’s wild and beautiful with the long beach, white sand, blue waters like emeralds as well as white waves like clouds on the sky.
When is the best time to visit Binh Ba Island
From February to June is the best time for all travelers coming to Binh Ba Island and enjoy the stunning and spectacular beaches.
How to get Binh Ba Island
By Bus: From Ho Chi Minh- Binh Ba Island, travelers can take a bus or car of Phương Trang, Mai Linh, etc to travel to Da Bac or Ba Ngoi Port and take a boat.
By Air: If you want to save time, you can take a flight to Cam Ranh Airport and then take a bus or taxi to Ba Ngoi Port which is far about 5 km from Cam Ranh Airport. And then taking a boat to Binh Ba Island.
By Boat: Visitors can reach the island by taking a boat from Da Bac Port in Cam Ranh Bay where there is a service leaving every three hours during the day. And the earliest boat departs at 7 am. Besides, travelers can hire a private boat to sail to the island.
Things to do in Ba Binh Island
Photo: Scuba diving in Binh Ba Island
- Scuba diving because this island is the perfect place for you to admire the beautiful coral reefs
- Going fishing usually in early morning and squid is in night
- Catch Cong- King of crab in evening
- Watch the sunrise on Chuong Beach
- Visit Nom Beach is one of the most beautiful beaches on the island with its incredibly white sand, crystal-clear water, and impressive rocks
- Visit historical sites as blockhouses, cannon, tunnel through mountain
- Visit Ba Binh Market in the center of the island to buy and enjoy a variety of fruit and vegetables, as well as local specialties.
- Enjoy fresh and cheap Ba Binh‘s seafood on the island, especially you cannot miss lobster, this’s famous specialty of this island, as well as Khanh Hoa province. Lobster at here is cheaper 30%-60% than restaurants on mainland