Con Dao, an island is wild, but very beautiful

Tuesday - 28/05/2019 10:31
Con Dao is considered as an island of tourism  with beautiful, unspoiled beaches, where have cool blue waters, long and smooth sandy banks. The atmosphere on the island is pure, like paradise resorts.

Con Dao has many white, smooth sand beaches and clear, blue seawater

Coming to Con Dao, visitors will be explored biodiversity of Ramsar forest

Con Dao has primeval forests and sea conserved biodiversity. This is not only where  scientists research but also a place for you explore in the ecotourism programs.

Phu Hai camp relic is one of the ancient prison system that is reputedly the hell on the earth in Con Dao.

Con Dao used to be the most terrible hell that makes everybody shudder with fear. From the mid-nineteenth century until 1975, Con Dao was turned into a giant prison, the detention of hundreds of thousands of patriotic Vietnam. More than 22,000 eminent people of the country have fallen because of the independence and freedom of homeland here. Areas of prisons, tiger cages, cow cages, grain milling tunnel, Pier 914, Hang Duong cemetery … still be there forever to show heroism, resilience of the Vietnamese nation. Taking a tour and learning the past time of the nation from the resistance against French to the period of  the war with the United States in Con Son, the hell on the earth is a profound experience of the tragic loss and the cruelty had taken place in this beautiful island.

Idition, tn adourism is also a chance to discover the wonderful natural of Con Dao with convergence of full of majestic scenery factors because this island is formed by an archipelago consists of 16 islands. Each island has its own characteristics will certainly bring tourists many different feelings but the clearest feeling is exploring Tai Islet, Bay Canh Islet, Cau Islet or Tre Islet. There is a common point of the islands is all of them having the colorful reefs and  diversified in shape  from table form, antlers, vase, hard bodied corals to hardness and other seaweeds.

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