Vietnam Resort Chosen Among The Best For Nature Lovers
The upscale Six Senses Ninh Van Bay Resort in Khanh Hoa Province, South Central Coast Vietnam has been listed as one of the 12 best resorts for nature lovers in the world by American magazine Travel + Leisure.
Six Senses Ninh Van Bay Resort is set on Ninh Van Bay, around 60km from Nha Trang City. This is among the most beautiful bays in Vietnam with crystal clear waters and a majestic mountain backdrop. To access the resort, you need to take a 20-minute speedboat.
Yet, what makes this luxury resort a top-rated property for nature enthusiasts is that its surrounding is home to a handful number of black-shanked douc langurs, a critically endangered species. Besides, "while on vacation, guests have the unique opportunity to partake in guided hiking trips to learn about forest life and see firsthand how the resort is studying and protecting douc langurs," the magazine wrote.
Six Senses Ninh Van Bay comprises a total of 62 eco-friendly villas designed in minimalist style with thatched roofs and wooden walls. Each accommodation is surrounded by multiple rock formations and green trees. The interior is equipped with top-of-the-range amenities for an indulgent night's sleep.
The price for a night's stay in Six Senses Ninh Van Bay starts from 800 - 1000 USD.
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