When talking about the famous travel places in the Mekong Delta tours in Vietnam, we cannot ignore Ca Mau. In this article, we will introduce the top things to do in Ca Mau, the beloved readers can use this as extra information to find, and select many other activities to add more interesting and attractive to your trip.
1. Memorial Of President Ho Chi Minh
It is located at cluster 1, ward 1, Ca Mau city. This is not only a place where the people of Dat Mui show their respect to the country’s leader but also a place to educate revolutionary traditions for the young generation. Besides, it is also a popular tourist attraction to visit the southernmost land of the country.
Uncle Ho memorial area includes many items. Such as Temple, house on stilts, movie theatre, gallery, stone statue exhibition, ornamental lake, greenery, internal road … artefacts, precious images and documents about Uncle Ho’s revolutionary career.
2. Monivongsa Bopharam Temple
Monivongsa Bopharam Temple is located in Ward 1, Ca Mau city centre. This is a Khmer temple with the typical architecture of Theravada Buddhism and is the largest temple in the city. Visiting the temple you will own yourself the fantasy living pictures like in the land of golden pagodas or Cambodia.
3. U Minh Ha Forest
Coming to Ca Mau, you cannot ignore U Minh Ha forest. U Minh Ha forest is located in the communes of Khanh Lam, Khanh An, Khanh Binh Tay Bac and Tran Hoi of two districts U Minh and Tran Van Thoi bordering U Minh Thuong forest in Kien Giang province.
Travelling to U Minh forest, floating on a canoe, you have the opportunity to explore the typical wetland ecosystem with a variety of flora and fauna. Enjoy the fresh air of U Minh Ha forest with immense green Melaleuca forests stretching to the eye.
Enjoying a delicious meal of the Southwestern reclaimed time in U Minh Ha forest is also an unforgettable feeling for all visitors when coming here. Let the grilled snakehead fish roll the rice paper roll; hot pot sauce served with vegetables, mango, bitter vegetables, flying vegetables; Bee pupae salad …, The flavours of all those specialities will remain on your mind forever.
4. Ca Mau Cape
Whenever mentioning Ca Mau cape, it seems that all Vietnamese people call out with their dearest feelings. Cape Ca Mau is located in Mui village, Dat Mui commune, Ngoc Hien district, more than 100 km from Ca Mau city. This is a piece of land jutting out into the East Sea at the southernmost tip of the country, and the cape Ca Mau has a sacred meaning. Dat Mui is more attractive because of its unique location, where you can watch the sunrise in the East Sea. And the sunset in the West at the same place on the mainland.
Travelling to the West, coming to Dat Mui. You will visit the National landmark, the iconic miniature of the boat full of wind, the ship of the country always facing the sea. Touch the landmark and take a picture next to the symbol of Ca Mau cape, you will be proud to stand on the last landmark of the country. Visitors to Dat Mui can also experience the monkey bridge through the forest to explore the mangrove ecosystem.
5. Silver Stone Island
Silver Stone Island is a cluster of islands located close to the shore, including 3 islands: Hon Ong Ngo, Hon Da Le and Hon Da Bac in Khanh Binh Tay commune, Tran Van Thoi district, Ca Mau province. The most attractive point of the Silver Stone is the countless stones lying next to each other, arranged in layers with extremely fancy shapes such as fairy hands, fairy wells, fairy feet, … Waves and sea breezes are needed painstakingly sculpted for people a unique and interesting work.
On the top of the island is the Ca Ong temple, displaying a rather large whale skeleton to commemorate the legend of the fish he saved fishermen at sea when in trouble. There is also the Uncle Ho temple area, the victory monument tens of meters high, committing the revolutionary heroes
In addition to visiting the beautiful scenery, swimming. Visitors also learn and explore the life of the people of the sea, experience oyster-picking, brown fishing, squid fishing … enjoy seafood that has just been caught, watching the sky, clouds, the sea is sinking in the sunset, the scene of the red sun slowly sinking into the West Sea.
6. Thi Tuong Lagoon
Dam Thi Tuong is about 2 hours from Ca Mau city by boat. It’s located next to Ba Keo canal, connecting to the Gulf of Thailand. The lagoon has a water surface area of about 700 hectares, and a length of more than 10 kilometres.
Especially deeply embedded in the three mainland districts of Tran Van Thoi, Phu Tan and Cai Nuoc. Dam Thi Tuong is known as the lake in the middle of the plain divided into three parts: upper lagoon, middle lagoon and lower lagoon. Contains extremely valuable and enormous resources of marine ecosystems.
The lagoon landscape is like a charming picture of the countryside, lively by the sound of birds calling to welcome dawn. Sitting on the hulled boat, the sound of the engine rattling and breaking waves on the lagoon surface, the water on both sides bounced white, the wind buzzing in the ear, the clouds of water kept going away, making people feel like heaven boundless stars.
Travelling on the lagoon, visitors are extremely interested in the fishing scene, nesting, fishing … of the people living on the lagoon.
7. Khai Long Tourist Area
Khai Long is one of the very attractive coastal eco-tourism in Ca Mau. It has long sandy beaches, cool blue ocean rows, in the calming sea, four sides are mangrove ecosystems, creating a cool space suitable for relaxation and relaxation. From Khai Long beach, visitors can also see the whole cluster of beautiful Khoai islands
8. Hon Khoai Island
Like Silver Stone Island, the Hon Khoai is a beautiful island that still retains many wild features in the southernmost part of the country. It has primaeval forests with many types of trees dating back hundreds of years and rare animals. Also, on the island, there is a round pebble ground with goose eggs which is very suitable for sightseeing excursions.
On the highest peak of Hon Khoai today, there is still a lighthouse built by the French in 1920. This is one of the first lighthouses in Vietnam. From the lighthouse, you can see more than 40 nautical miles. It’s cover an area of the sea and skyspace of this beautiful island cluster through a telescope. Here you can also observe Ca Mau cape.
9. Nam Can Mangrove Forest
Nam Can mangrove forest is a primaeval forest hidden within itself so many mysteries in Cha La hamlet, Tam Giang commune, Nam Can district, Ca Mau province.
To visit this biodiversity area, tourists have to take a boat trip through a road with thousands of mangroves on both sides. Leaving on a motorboat deep into the forest. Visitors will have the opportunity to access the primaeval forest core, almost unexplored. You can even see ancient trees the size of a human body, the roots spread to 5-6 people and many rare animals.
10. Ca Mau Bird Park
Ca Mau has many bird gardens, with hundreds of bird species, many rare species that need to be preserved, clustered under the canopy of mangroves (mangroves) and mangroves (Melaleuca forests). Including Bird Park of Ca Mau City, Cha La Bird Sanctuary, Dam Doi Bird Sanctuary, Ngoc Hien Bird Park, Tu Na Nam Can Bird Park …
This is the place where storks and herons live focus, rare birds … Coming here, visitors like to mingle with the wild nature in the fresh ecological environment. In any season of the year, there are thousands of species of birds from terns to storks, Giang, and lotus, pelicans … shelter and search for prey is impressive.