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A protected Marine Nature Reserve, the Con Dao Islands can be difficult to get to, with irregular flights from Ho Chi Minh City or an overnight ferry from Vung Tau.. but my goodness, it's worth it!
CON DAO - A Peaceful Island
Con Dao Beach is one of the most beautiful beach island in Viet Nam nowaday
Con Dao Beach is one of the most beautiful beach island in Viet Nam nowaday
Especially, it is a beauty of combination between Sea and Mountain as well
Especially, it is a beauty of combination between Sea and Mountain as well
It is really very beautiful and wild beach island in Viet Nam
It is really very beautiful and wild beach island in Viet Nam
The great place for someone who want to enjoy a peaceful and wild beach island
The great place for someone who want to enjoy a peaceful and wild beach island
Con Dao is one of the few places in Vietnam that is home to sea turtles and coral reef
Con Dao is one of the few places in Vietnam that is home to sea turtles and coral reef
The ocean around Con Dao Island is a heaven for sea life
The ocean around Con Dao Island is a heaven for sea life
 
When to go
March to November
 
ideal length
04 days 03 nights
 
 
Transportation
Plane
Car
 
Places visited
Dam Trau Beach; Bay Canh Islet; Hang Duong Cemetery; "Tiger Cages" - the former prison built by Frend colonialists.
Departure dates
Please find the travel dates that best suit for you and contact us - our trips are flexible and we can adapt trips to fit your dates.
Brief Introduction
The remote Con Dao group of islands is about 180km from Vung Tau, and has a local population of around 5,000. The main island, Con Son, was a much-feared former penal colony until 1975. Most of the archipelago is now a National Park with some good beaches, clear water with pristine coral, lush tropical forest with many flowers, coconut groves, and few visitors. Accommodation is limited, but a new air link is starting to generate interest in visiting this largely unspoilt area.

There is a small museum in what used to be the French Governor’s residence overlooking the main bay. Its four rooms cover the islands’ history, most of which centres upon the penal colony. The first room contains general information about the archipelago. The second is called ‘Hell on Earth’. On its walls are faded photographs, illustrations and paintings depicting the inhuman treatment meted out by their gaolers. The third room has a wall of photographs of prominent Vietnamese agitators and revolutionaries who underwent slow execution in the tiger cages, and other prisoners who served time and later rose to prominence after liberation. There is also a display of makeshift weapons. The final room depicts the years since liberation.

The driest time to visit Con Dao is from November to February, although the seas are calmest from March to July. The rainy season lasts from June to September, but there are also northeast and southwest monsoons from September to November that can bring heavy winds. September and October are the hottest months, though even then the cool island breezes make Con Dao relatively comfortable when compared with Sai Gon.



 
DAY 01: HANOI - HO CHI MINH CITY - CON DAO (-/L/D)
DAY 02: CON DAO - BAY CANH ISLET (B/-/-)
DAY 03: CON DAO EXPLORE (B/-/-)
DAY 04: CON DAO DEPARTURE (B/-/-)


 
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