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Nha Trang is the coastal capital of Khanh Hoa province, Vietnam. Its legendary pristine beauty is known throughout Southeast Asia.
A place of soft white sand, surrounded by warm, turquoise waters filled with an abundance of sea life and dotted with islands. The 7 kilometres long, palm-lined sandy beach makes Nha Trang one of Vietnam's most popular destinations for Vietnamese and visitors alike. A backdrop of mountains to the west and north not only provide picturesque scenery, but serve to protect Nha Trang from the rest of the country's weather patterns.
Nha Trang enjoys the well deserved reputation of having the best climate in Vietnam, with an estimated 250 days of sunshine a year and temperatures between 26 - 38 c. The rainy season starts at the end of October and lasts towards the end of the year. As for the rest of the year clear blue skies and a mirror like sea are almost guaranteed.
Guests arrive at Six Senses Ninh Van Bay by way of a speedboat journey from Nha Trang town (on the mainland) to the resort itself, taking about 20 minutes.
Weather and seasons
The best time to visit Nha Trang is between March and April, although anytime during the dry season (January to August) is good. The average temperature is 26°C with a high of 32°C in summer (June, July and August), and a low of 21°C in winter (December to February).
Nha Trang is protected by the Truong Son mountains and this costal region of Vietnam is generally sunny all year round, with the exception of the wet season from August to mid-December, when you can expect strong sea breezes and chilly, wet weather.
nha trang, vietnam 7 nights from £1,330
Six Senses Ninh Van Bay sits on a dramatic and beautiful coastal bay overlooking the East Vietnam Sea, with its impressive rock formations, white sand beach and towering mountains behind, all adding up to the sense of being luxuriously at one with nature. Barefoot luxury at its very best!view