Top 6 Must-Visit Places in Ho Tram, Vung Tau

Recently updated on July 27th, 2022 at 11:32 am

Ho Tram beach, Binh Chau – Phuoc Buu conservation area, Binh Chau fishing port … attracts many tourists thanks to its wild beauty and local culture with bold coastal colors. Below are the first of our recommendations for must-visit places in Ho Tram, Vung Tau:

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Ho Tram Beach

Ho Tram Beach, Ba Ria - Vung Tau

Ho Tram is a coastal strip of Xuyen Moc district, Ba Ria – Vung Tau. The first thing visitors can feel when coming here is the idyllic, unexplored natural beauty. TV channel CNNGo (USA) has voted Ho Tram as one of the most beautiful unspoiled beaches in the world.

The fine white sand beaches and clear blue water serve as an attractive invitation to visitors every weekend. Coming to Ho Tram, you can take a leisurely walk along the empty beach, enjoy a variety of fresh and delicious seafood.

The tourist areas in Ho Tram possesses the ideal natural conditions for resort tourism. A series of attractions attracts visitors with beaches adjacent to primeval forests, fresh climate, local culture with bold coastal colors … Plus, the distance from the city center to Ho Tram is ideal for short trips, relax on weekends.

Binh Chau – Phuoc Buu Nature Reserve

Binh Chau - Phuoc Buu Nature Reserve

Located in the south of Xuyen Moc district with a natural area of nearly 11,000 hectares, the Binh Chau – Phuoc Buu nature reserve is one of the relatively intact coastal primitive forests in Vietnam.

The nature reserve has a variety of natural landscapes ranging from tropical dry slightly dry forests to evergreen moist forests, cajuput forest growing along the coast, hilly areas, wetlands, shrubs and coastal sand dunes …

The reserve also offers a variety of tourist services such as accommodation, camping, and cycling paths for visitors who enjoy exploring the primary forest.

Binh Chau fishing port

As the only fishing port of Xuyen Moc district, Binh Chau port is the anchoring and trading place for hundreds of fishing vessels, large and small. This is a favorite attraction for tourists who travel at dawn or at dusk. Each moment brings a different beauty.

The colors of the ships and the bustle of wholesalers on the harbor give the fishing port an eye-catching appearance, giving visitors the opportunity to experience the different lives of local fishermen.

In addition, from Binh Chau port, you only need 5 minutes by boat to get to the sandhill and the breakwater opposite the port. The deserted beach, hidden behind trees with fine sand, is the ideal place to take check-in pictures.

Binh Chau hot spring

Binh Chau Hot Spring in Ho Tram Vung Tau

Binh Chau Hot Spring is a part of Binh Chau – Phuoc Buu Nature Reserve. More than 70 open-air water spraying points with a normal temperature of 64-84 degrees C, Binh Chau hot spring also has abundant mineral mud.

The geological studies show that the spring water here contains many chemical ingredients that are valuable for restoring health and beauty. This place is a tourist attraction at all times of the year. However, because natural springs contain many minerals, soaking in just 20-30 minutes is enough, longer easily causing dizziness.

Suoi O Beach

Suoi O Beach in Ho Tram Vung Tau

Suoi O Beach is located about 3 km from Binh Chau market, on the way towards Binh Chau hot spring. It has fresh water springs, fine white sand with clear blue sea water. Because it has not been exploited much, the sea here still retains a fresh and pristine beauty with a few basket boats lying dormant in the sand. Suoi O beach is peaceful and has few big waves, suitable for families with the elderly and young children.

Ho Coc Beach

Ho Coc beach near Ho Tram Vung Tau

Ho Coc is originally a beach located close to the edge of the forest, so it is not crowded. This is also the reason why Ho Coc beach is always clear and beautiful. The rocks with many different shapes are scattered throughout the beach. After swimming, you can sit on the cliffs, capture all the beautiful sights and sounds of the wild nature.

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