Tiny isle in Binh Thuan – ideal destination for nature lovers

Update: 17:42 | 28/12/2018

Those who love indulging themselves at a nature retreat will like Cau isle, a secluded spot in the central province of Binh Thuan, between May and September.

The island, nestled in Tuy Phong district, is merely 1.5 km in length. It takes only two hours to walk from one tip to the other, where you will see lush greenery and rocks of intriguing shapes.

Tiny isle, Binh Thuan province, ideal destination, nature lovers, nature retreat, intriguing shapes, Fairy beach

Between May and September, nature lovers should visit Cau Isle, a secluded spot in the central province of Binh Thuan.

Snorkelers can also admire the corals underneath the sea, while swimmers and sunbathers will love the crystal water and sunshine along Fairy beach.

To get to Cau isle from the southern largest economic hub of Ho Chi Minh City, visitors can catch a five-hour bus from Eastern Bus Station in Binh Thanh district to Lien Huong town in Binh Thuan province.

For the trip to Cau from Lien Huong town, round-trip boat tickets cost 250,000 (11 USD). The journey takes roughly 45 minutes.

You can also catch a free ride with a local fisherman. The trip, which might take two to three hours, offers an authentic seafaring experience.

 

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Source: VNA

 
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