2 days watching sea turtles laying eggs on Bay Canh Island


Bay Canh is the 2nd largest island after Con Son (683 hectares), named as Bay Canh because of polygonal shape with 07 surrounding beaches when looking down from the air. During the time occupied by USA Army, this island was known as Phu Cuong in the system of 16 “Phu” letters named for the whole Con Dao archipelago.

Con Dao mangrove forest plays an important role in environmental protection, breakwater prevention as well as nursing and hiding place for many aquatic species whose life cycles are associated with mangrove habitat, such as crabs, shrimps, etc.

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DAY 13.45 p.m: Pick-up from hotel to Con Dao Tourism wharf to Bay Canh Island.
 4.30 p.m: Come to Bay Canh Island after 45 minutes by speedboat


  • Swim & snorkel for coral view in Bo Dap beach
  • Go along with the trail of mangrove forest to Bay Canh Ranger Station
  • Go sight-seeing and find out eco-system of Con Dao mangrove forest
  • Have dinner at Bay Canh Ranger Station
 7.00 p.m: After dinner,


  • Explore feeding activities of Tank Crab (Cardisoma canifex)
  • Study ecological characteristics of sea turtles, conservation work of Con Dao National Park
  • Learn regulations, approaching method to watch turtles laying their eggs
  • Wait mother turtles nesting and laying their eggs during high tide at night
DAY 26.00 a.m: Releasing baby turtles (private registration) into the sea and returning the center of Con Dao town.
 7.00 a.m: Come back Tourism wharf, finishing the tour
Depart & End atPick-up and drop-off at your hotel
DurationTwo Days/ one night on the island.
Included English speaking guide, tourist permits, meal and transport as listed above, pick up and drop off at hotel, entrance fee, water, travel insurance in Vietnam; Sleeping hammocks; Goggles and snorkels;
What’s not10% VAT. Personal major medical including evacuation insurance coverage is recommended. Tips for our guides are always appreciated
NotesThe program to watch sea turtles nesting and laying their eggs limits the number of tourists, and there many participating tourists, so you are kindly requested to register in advance for our prior arrangement.
Bring with you!Personal items: mosquito repellent, sunglasses, hat, camera, underwear, toiletries & sport sandals/shoes.
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