Ghenh Da Dia in Tuy An District, Phu Yen Province is categorized as one of the natural wonders of Central Vietnam, as the rocky plate reef 50 meters wide and over 200 meters long is constituted by thousands of basalt
The lagoon, which is situated at the foot of Quan Cau Pass near National Highway 1A in Tuy An District, is the shape of a swan when viewed from a plane passing overhead. The 1,200ha wide lagoon with an average
Vung Ro is surrounded by Ca Pass, Da Bia Mountain and Hon Ba Islet. It used to serve as an important port on the Ho Chi Minh trail at sea. Vung Ro has 12 small beaches, with unique characteristics.
Phun Abyss is surrounded by the Black Rock Mountains, amid the vast forests, forming a dreamlike landscape. The waters of the Ca stream flows down into the abyss, creating a white waterfall. Here, visitors will enjoy romantic and charming
“Going through the green pine forest, Bai Mon beach appears with a pristine beauty. More interestingly, there is a fresh-water stream to the west of the beach, which is hidden behind leaf canopies of the Bac Deo Ca virgin forest.
Welcoming a new day on the Dai Lanh cape makes you surprised by the serene beauty with the first sunlight rays of the new day. Walking on the trail to the lighthouse, you can see the vast blue sea, ships