Ho Tram Beach
Ho Tram is a coastal strip of Xuyen Moc district, located between two districts of Binh Chau and Long Hai, Ba Ria - Vung Tau. The first thing visitors can feel when coming here is the simple, untouched, natural beauty. CNNGo channel (USA) has voted Ho Tram as one of the most beautiful unspoiled beaches in the world.
The white-sand beaches and clear blue water here provide an attractive invitation to visitors. Coming to Ho Tram, you can leisurely walk along the empty beach, enjoy a variety of fresh and delicious seafood.
|The tourist areas in Ho Tram possesses the ideal natural conditions for resort tourism. A series of attractions seduce visitors with beaches adjacent to primeval forests, fresh climate, local culture with bold coastal vibes. Moreover, the distance from the city center to Ho Tram is ideal for short trips on weekends. (Photo: VN Express) |
|Along Ho Tram beach there is a casuarina mixed with perennial melaleuca forest. The forest-marine ecosystem is well preserved. Visitors can go camping right on the beach; enjoy the forest' shade, cool breeze and the calm, blue sea, listen to the waves, feel the peaceful atmosphere. (Photo: VN Express) |
|Ho Tram also has many high-end services close to nature. (Photo: VN Express) |
Binh Chau - Phuoc Buu Reservation
Located in the south of Xuyen Moc district, with a natural area of nearly 11,000 hectares, Binh Chau - Phuoc Buu nature reservation is one of the relatively intact coastal primeval forests in Vietnam.
This reservation has a variety of natural landscapes ranging from tropical slightly dry forests to evergreen moist forests. There also exist cajuput forests growing along the coast, hilly areas, wetlands, shrubs, and coastal sand dunes.
|A corner of the forest in the dry season, when the level of water is low, the roots are exposed. This place is often chosen by couples as a wedding photo spot. (Photo: VN Express) |
|The reservation also offers a variety of tourist services such as accommodation, camping, and cycling paths for visitors who enjoy exploring the primeval forest. In the forest, there is about 200ha of water surface from natural lakes and baskets. The colors of water change seasonally. Running along the south side of the reservation is 17 km of coastline with gentle water and smooth sand. (Photo: VN Express) |
|This is also the habitat of many species of oil family trees recorded in Vietnam. The forest is rich in fauna. It owns 22 rare species listed in the Red Book of Vietnam. (Photo: VN Express) |
Binh Chau fishing port
As the only fishing port of Xuyen Moc district, Binh Chau port is the anchoring and trading place for hundreds of fishing vessels, large or small. This is a favorite attraction for tourists because it owns different beauty in each moment of the day.
|The colors of the ships and the wholesale bustle of the wharf below the boat give the fishing port an eye-catching appearance, giving visitors the opportunity to experience the different lives of fishermen. (Photo: VN Express) |
|From Binh Chau port, you only need 5 minutes to get to the sandhill and the breakwater opposite the port. The deserted beach, hidden behind the trees is the ideal place to take check-in pictures. The adjacent breakwater, encroaching the sea surface with concrete blocks shaped like a pinwheel, is an ideal place to enjoy the sea breeze and watch the boat sunset. (Photo: VN Express) |
Binh Chau hot spring
Binh Chau hot spring is a part of the Binh Chau - Phuoc Buu Nature Reservation. More than 70 open-air water spraying points with a normal temperature of 64-84 degrees C, Binh Chau hot spring also has abundant mineral mud.
|Geological studies show that spring water here contains many chemical ingredients that are helpful for restoring health and beauty. This place is crowded at all times of the year. However, because natural springs contain many minerals, visitors can soak in the water in just 20-30 minutes to avoid causing dizziness. (Photo: VN Express) |
Suoi O Beach
Suoi O Beach is located about 3 km from Binh Chau market, on the way towards Binh Chau hot spring. It has freshwater springs, smooth white sand with clear blue seawater. Because the sea has not been exploited, the sea still retains its fresh and pristine beauty with a few basket boats lying dormant in the sand.
|Suoi O beach is peaceful and has few big waves, suitable for families with the elderly and young children. (Photo: VN Express) |
Ho Coc Beach
Ho Coc is a beach located close to the edge of the forest so it is not crowded. This is also the reason why Ho Coc beach is always clear and beautiful. The rocks with many different shapes are scattered throughout the beach.
|After swimming, visitors can sit on the cliffs, capturing all the beautiful sights and sounds of unspoiled nature. (Photo: VN Express) |
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