A mysterious undersea way of Vung Tau

It is said that the sea can not be split. However, Hon Ba – a small island located in particular position is an attractive destination for everyone exploring the mysterious nature of Vung Tau.

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Hon Ba is a small island with an area of ​​about 5,000m2 belong to Sau Beach of Vung Tau City and on this island there is an important historical monuments of local – Hon Ba shrines.

Vung Tau undersea walk - A mysterious undersea way
The island has full marine ecosystems, forest diversity, with many precious trees, many animal rare species such as long-tailed monkeys, black squirrels Con Dao, boar, wild birds …

Vung Tau undersea walk - A mysterious undersea way
Hon Ba is also a ideal place to watch the mysterious nature of the blue sea, waves of clapping and unspoiled beauty, charming

Vung Tau undersea walk - A mysterious undersea way
I Vung Tau undersea walk - A mysterious undersea way

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n order to get here, you have to go through Hon Ba forest guard station, then walking 20 minutes head to the west of the first destination – Dam Quoc park to explore pristine mangrove forest, beach, diving to see coral and marine life; or go to the journey to conquer Love Mount of 352m altitude.

Vung Tau undersea walk - A mysterious undersea way
And your next approach point is the Hon Ba temple.

Vung Tau undersea walk - A mysterious undersea way

Vung Tau undersea walk - A mysterious undersea way
Hon Ba temple

Vung Tau undersea walk - A mysterious undersea way
Not only that, Hon Ba also brings experience of mysterious exotic Vung tau undersea walk. In two days 14 and 15 of lunar month, when the tide is low, you can go along a rolling stone entrance to the island, not to sail out to sea as often days

Vung Tau undersea walk - A mysterious undersea way
Quiet space

Vung Tau undersea walk - A mysterious undersea way
and peace at Temple Mount

Vung Tau undersea walk - A mysterious undersea way
From Hon Ba mount, you can also zoom eye out around the immense space of the South China Sea

(Source Photo: Collectibles)