Cong Dam and Cong Do Area

The magnificent beauty of mountains and sea can make anyone fall in love when they come to Cong Dam. This outdoor geological museum has been preserved for 340 million years, the most outstanding area is a regional park with mountains formed from rocks.

Bai Tu Long Bay

Bai Tu Long Bay

Here a lot of coral reefs are concentrated, with underground lakes inside the limestone mountain and underwater caves. It is also an area of many large beaches with white, smooth sand and clear, blue waters, such as Tra Gioi, Cay Bang and Cat Oan beaches.

Cong Dam area is an old, small village, which has retained largely in tact its traditional fishing culture with a population of about 120 people. Talk with local people, hear them tell tales of their memorable lives or sit in bamboo boats paddled by local woman who will take you to explore the magnificent mountains and beautiful small houses.

Cong Dam area is an old, small village

Cong Dam area is an old, small village

Far from the mainland, the area is isolated from normal tourist routes so the landscape here still retains many primitive features and a very fresh environment. Tourists come here to take park in interesting activities such as kayaking and fishing with fisherman, as well as participating in planting mangroves to protect the environment.

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Cong Do island

Cong Do island

On the south-east side of Halong Bay, about 25 km from Bai Chay Wharf, Cong Do is in Bai Tu Long Bay in the region which recognized as the World Heritage. It has an area of 23,363 sq. m, and its mountain reaches a peak of 172 m. The island features many lagoons, which are the residence of numerous species of sea-life, such as shrimp, crab, fish, squid and aquatic plants. On the south-west side of the island, there is a wide coral reef displaying a myriad of colors.
Coral reef ecosystem is more than 700 m long and 300 m wide. It is preserved almost undamaged. In the future, there are plans for the development of a zone for scuba-diving. On the south-east side of the island, vestiges of the ancient commercial port of Van Doi were discovered. This confirms beliefs that Cong Do Island once held an important position in terms of foreign trade.