Bay Canh Island – 1 Day Tour


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AMA forty-five minute speedboat ride from Con Son tourism pier takes us to Bay Canh Island, the second largest island of the archipelago after Con Son. Where you can explore and learn about mangroves, hike through tropical forests, snorkel through coral reef, and visit Bay Canh Sea turtles conservation station.

The whole island is covered by rainforest with wildlife distribution of endemic, rare spicies such as ebony squirrel, Con Dao black squirrel, lizards, pythons, snakes, some seabird species …

Mangrove forest on this island is primative grown on dead coral and sand . Although the area is not large (about 5.1 ha ) but the existence of mangrove ecosystems have contributed perfect linkage between ecosystems, such as: tropical forest, mangrove forest, seagrass beds and coral reefs .

Cat Lon beach on the island is one of 14 turtles’ breeding grounds and Con Dao is the place has the most sea turtles lay eggs in Con Dao. During the breeding season (from April to September yearly), at least 1-2 turtles come to nest, some nights there from 20-30 turtles.

Lighthouse in the north-east of the island was built by the French in 1884 until now still working, guiding sailing in the area. We can walk along the mountain trail to the lighthouse can see the scenery and the majestic sky and sea in Con Dao.

PMWe will have picnic lunch and a couple hours rest on the island before returning to port on Con Son.
Depart & End atPick-up & drop-off at your hotel
TimeStart 8:00am / End 3:00 – 3:30pm
Included English speaking guide, tourist permits, picnic lunch and transport as listed above, pick up and drop off at hotel, entrance fee, water, travel insurance in Vietnam, equipments for snorkeling, refreshment during trip
What’s not10% VAT. Tips for our guides are always appreciated
Bring with you!Swimming suit/shorts, towel, hat, sunscreen, sport sandals/ water shoes & camera.
Price/Person Please contact to get the special offer



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