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Sightseeing Gulf of Vinh Hy in a wink.

August 15, 2015          3558 views
(Cinet)- Go diving to watch coral, mixing with the herds of sheep or enjoying seafood …. All of them are the things should be planned in weekend trips for travelers exploring Gulf of Vinh Hy.
Vinh Hy Bay is known as one of the bays in Viet Nam owned the most magnificent scenes. Located in the North East of Ninh Thuan Province, far from Phan Rang city 40 kilometers. Here, seawater is deep blue and limpid like crystals. Also, many rafts floating nearby seaside to cultivate seafood attracts the number of Sai gon people staying here to relax at weekend.
For the trip to Vinh Hy bay, the ideal time is 2 days 2 nights, it is all about of weekend.
To go Vinh Hy bay, there are some ways for visitors chosing, namely taking a bus or train to Phan Rang Thap Cham railway station or to go from Thap Cham to Vinh Hy, guests can use the bus or rent a motorbike at Thap Cham.
In Vinh Hy, many affordable motels are willing to serve with double beds, very suitable for a trip to self-sufficiency. If visitors want to experience more harmony with nature, they can take the boat parking near the port and rent the tent to camp overnight in the baysand.
Wedding photo with herds of sheep in Vinh Hy
Vinh Hy is a place that is still wild, sea water is clear, especially in the summer. In the port of Vinh Hy, many rental boat for coral diving, the ship that will take travelers to where there are vast of corals. Visitors will be given life jackets, snorkel and diving glasses to watch it.
After snorkeling corals, the ship will take travelers to where there are many seafood cages. Here they will be choosing seafood directly on the raft, the raft owner immediately cooks on site very fresh and the meal will satisfied them.
Beside, if visitors have more time, they should visit the Nui Chua National Park near Vinh Hy Bay. This is a mixture of forests and sea, absolutely unnoisy, uncrowded. Nui Chua shows up with completely original beauty, wild and charming the people’s heart.
Ngoc Anh

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