Exploring An Amazing Hidden Pearl of Vietnam – Vinh Hy Bay
Vinh Hy Bay in Vinh Hy Village, Bac Son Commune of Ninh Thuan Province belong to Central coastal region – About 42 kilometers away from Phan Rang City in the Northeast direction . The Nature Mother has given this place a fantastic scenery with emerald water, fresh air and white endless sand circling steep rocky-mountains.
How to get there?
– From HCMC or Hanoi to Phan Rang City you can take a coach, plane or train.
– From Phan Rang City to Vinh Hy:
By motorbike: We propose you to hire motorbike to visit many beautiful places on your way (VND 100,000 – VND 150,000 per day.). Ask the local people the ways to avoid being lost.
By bus: you can take the bus No.02 at Phuoc Loc Bus Station to Vinh Hy
By boat ( if you travel by plane to Cam Ranh airport ) : From the airport, you can travel to My Thanh bridge. Then, heading to the direction of Binh Tien- Vinh Hy. When coming to port, you take a boat to travel around the bay.
Where to go in Vinh Hy Bay?
From Phan Rang, tourists can take a boat for a trip on the bay where they can see many islands and rocks with their different shapes.To enjoy the beach, you can also do some other activities such as diving, surfing, and jumping. The first boat starts at 9:00 am with the price of about VND 50,000-100,000 per person.
Tourists can visit Vinh Hy Fishing Villages to experience about the traditional craft of making fish sauce from friendly local people or join in their daily life.
Furthermore, Rai Cave absolutely is one of the most beautiful destinations for your amazing shoots .Nui Chua National Park is other attraction that cannot be missed out in Ninh Thuan Province.
Don’t forget to try eating fresh seafood after enjoying the beach’s activities.The best time as well as suitable weather to visit Vinh Hy Bay is between May and August. You will be impressed with its beautiful landscape and unique tourism products.
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