Located in Ham Rong Commune, Nam Can District, Southern Special Printing Board Relic is among the National Monuments- “The sites of the Southern Party – Central Southern Department (from late 1949 to early 1955) which was recognized by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism on November 10, 2010. Favorable location along with important historical values makes it become a potential relic to serve cultural tourism products of Ca Mau province.View details
Ca Mau Gas-Power-Fertilizer Complex is approved by the Prime Minister in Decision No. 776/QD-TTg dated 26/6/2001 and assigned to Vietnam Petroleum Corporation (now PetroVietnam) as the Employer. Ca Mau Gas-Power-Fertilizer Project is the largest Gas-Power-Fertilizer works in Vietnam and also one of the three major economic projects of Vietnam in the 2000-2005…View details
Bird sanctuary in the heart of Ca Mau city is located in President Ho Chi Minh Memorial House in Unit 1, Ward 1, Ca Mau City. Bird sanctuary has an area of 4.5 hectares with more than 14,000 birds that make their nests, breed and live here.
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Thi Tuong lagoon is a unique natural landscape in the southernmost point of Vietnam. In order to reach Thi Tuong lagoon, visitors can go along the National Highway 1A to Nam Can for approximately 27km (here watching a signage to Xeo Duoc Provincial Party Committee Base), turn right and go straight 12km…View details
Mui Ca Mau has been recognized as a World Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO, located in the districts of Ngoc Hien, Nam Can, Phu Tan, U Minh, Tran Van Thoi, Ca Mau province.
Mui Ca Mau Biosphere Reserve has an area of 371,506 hectares with 3 zones: core zone of…View details
Community tourism (homestay) is a popular trend loved by a lot of tourists. Homestay allows a visitor to stay with a local family as a means of participating in daily activities such as: eating, living and working with the members in the household during a not-too- long period at…View details
Mui Ca Mau Culture- Tourism Park belongs to Mui village, Dat Mui commune, Ngoc Hien district, Ca Mau province, about 115km from Ca Mau city in the South. This park is an ideal and spiritual destination for tourists’ sightseeing, exploration and conquest journeys in the Southern region.
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Mui Ca Mau National Park is located in the administration territory of Dat Mui, Vien An and Dat Moi communes, Ngoc Hien district, Ca Mau province with a total natural area of 41,862 hectares. In particular, the land area is 15,262 hectares and coastal area is 26,600 hectares.