Bernard D. France

Mui Ne is a stretch of sand around a huge bay, just outside of the small town of Phan thiet, its really pretty, almost deserted, the waters are clear ..

Vanessa V. Australia

We had a lovely relaxing 10 days at Mui Ne. The weather was great (it has a micro-climate), the beach was lovely, but unfortunately the sea was not ..

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Cau Isle

Cau Isle
Cau isle is a young island rising in the sea, about 9 km from the seashore, it is possible to come to this isle from several different points such as Phuoc The commune, Vinh Hao commune, Binh Thanh or from Ca Na. The time depends on each wharf but on average, it takes about 40 minutes to come to this island by motorized sampan.
Cau isle is about 119 km North East of Phan Thiet City. Cau isle has the length of over 1500 meters and the largest place is nearly 700 meters and the highest one is more than 7 meters. From the main land, it looks like a big warship. The whole island is surrounded by ten thousands of rocks with many different and shapes, they look like packs of animals of many big and small kinds, it is really interesting when having a condition to observe the whole island carefully.

Around this isle, the water is always clear and blue; when the tide is low, on the seashore we can see numerous beautiful oyster shells and snail shells fascinating lots of tourists and travelers. Around the island, there are many kinds of living sea animals and good seamen with simple tools can also find fresh seafood. On the isle, there are shallow wells for fresh water. Although the water amount is small, it is the sort of permanent leaking water - the ancient book called them "Fairy Wells".

Nowadays, Cau Isle has been planned to be a sea-creature preserving area with a lot of promising prospects on ecological tourism in the future.