Most who end up here don't leave for a while...
What we say:
Once the all in fee of 300,000 dong has been paid, customers are free to choose their accommodation. Everything is very basic Jungle Beach and has a real focus on the wonderful environment surrounding it -- travellers can camp out in the large garden areas, or sleep in the beach front 'sheds'. These shed are adorned with only a couple of beds, a roof and a roll down blind in front -- these are just inches from the beach. Standard wooden bungalows also dwell further back from the shore. The place is littered with places to relax, from bamboo sunshades set up on the beach, to hammocks strung up in the garden -- the three meals that come included in the price will leave you fit to bursting and smacking your lips. Apart from the serenity and isolation found here, a recent primate discovery in the area has excited many, not least Jungle's owner Sylvio. Black Shank Duc Languers are a kind of monkey only found today in the hills surrounded this part of southern Vietnam's coastline, and for this reason, the area has attracted many high profile conservationists and zoologists to stay at Jungle Beach. It's possible to spot these distinctive animals on hikes and walks, arranged by the resort. Jungle Beach is truly a place to take a break from the chaotic nature of travelling through Vietnam and SE Asia, most who end up there don't leave for a while...
Contact details:50km north of Nha Trang. T: (058) 622 384, (091) 342 9144
Email them at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Added to Travelfish on: 31st January, 2007
Last visited or updated on: 31st January, 2007
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Rated 3.5 out of 5
Based on 3 ratings and 3 reviews
Great beach but be aware of the costs
Great beach, dogs, guitar, table tennis, communal atmosphere, surf sometimes. FUN! To give you an idea of what we payed, it cost 2 people: 450,000 - nightly rate. 320,000 - for the 2 extra meals (only 3 per day included). 250,000 - to get there from Nha Trang in a van. 300,000 - to get back to the main road in a car. 15,000 - per beer 10,00 - per small cheap coffee By SE Asia standards this is pretty pricey for a very basic bungalow (I think) but the beach is great fun and you are away from the sellers/hagglers. The included food is okay and sufficient. The communal atmosphere is cool.
Jungle Beach reviewed by badgerseatfrogs (Total reviews: 3) on
We stayed here for four nights and had a wonderful time. We stayed in one of the bugalows by the beach and loved it. The beach itself is bliss, no rubbish or touts, with lean to's to lounge under. The food was plentiful and delicious. Note though that the price is now 450,000 dong per night, so not the bargain it once was. That being said we loved our time there. Highly recommend.
Jungle Beach reviewed by Sarah23 (Total reviews: 19) on
Unconventional rooms, great atmosphere
Didn't want to leave this little Piece of paradise far away from the maddening crowd. The bungalows are basic and open air, but the grounds are well patrolled by both security and curiously clever guard dogs. All food is included in the price (350, 000 a night per guest) and it is delicious. Ever day we got escited about what could be on the menu for lunch and dinner. Jungle Beach is the kind of place you applaud yourself for discovering and then never want to leave.
Jungle Beach reviewed by Kezia (Total reviews: 3) on
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