Tam Giang-Cau Hai lagoon is the largest brackish lagoon in Southeast Asia, possessing a lot of eco-tourism potential that has not been fully explored.
Tam Giang – Cau Hai lagoon system covers an area of more than 22,000 hectares stretching 68 km in Phong Dien, Quang Dien, Phu Vang, Phu Loc districts, and Huong Tra town. This is the largest brackish lagoon in Southeast Asia.
Tam Giang – Cau Hai Lagoon is rich in flora and fauna resources and is considered the most abundant in Southeast Asia.
Tam Giang – Cau Hai is the living place of thousands of fishermen. For hundreds of years, people’s fishing practices in brackish water have not changed.
Fishermen install nets and traps throughout the lagoon area. This fishing method has been maintained by people from generation to generation for decades.
The floating market in Quang Loi Lagoon is one of the distinctive features here. The small traders themselves rowed out to the middle of the lagoon to buy shrimp and fish that fishermen had just caught after a night of staying awake.
If anyone has ever loved a sweet Tam Giang lagoon, they will be surprised to see a sunset that falls indifferently here. Afternoon dyed the whole space a brilliant red.
Tam Giang Lagoon from a gentle beautiful girl transformed into a splendid and arrogant princess. The clear blue water gave way to the fierce gaze of the sun. And we, passersby, can only watch in a daze and give our love to an entire land.
For some reason, Tam Giang lagoon makes us imagine a beautiful girl. Maybe because the water here is so salty, but the aroma of the rice in the neighboring fields is too sweet.