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Pristine beaches north of Van Phong Bay Tin ảnhTin mới nhất

(09:40:46 AM 13/10/2014)
(Tinmoitruong.vn) - In the North of Van Phong Bay, about 100 kilometers from Nha Trang City near Dam Mon Town, tourists can see many pristine beaches surrounded by dense forests and sand dunes. From HCMC, travelers can take a train to Tuy Hoa Station in Phu Yen Province, then take a bus for about 60 kilometers to Dam Mon Town.

From the border guard station in front of a sand dune in the town, tourists need to walk about four kilometers with a local tour guide to conquer a sandy trail winding its way through forests and numerous spectacular rocks. Along the way, excursionists can admire intoxicating sceneries of primitive beaches where they can relax under the blue crystal water and inspect colorful corals.    


The trail along the bay is surrounded by green foliage and rugged rocks

 

 

A woman walks along a sandy trail by Van Phong Bay

 

 

A splendid view of a beach in the path to the easternmost point in Khanh Hoa Province

 

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