OVERVIEW ABOUT PHU YEN (TUY HOA PROVINCE)
is naturally endowed with a nearly 200km coastline and a great many gulfs, lagoons, beaches and islets.
The province also has rivers, mountains, lakes, hot spa areas
and valuable tangible and intangible cultural heritage
sites. These are ideal conditions for the province’s tourism industry to take off. Coming to the province, visitors will have a chance to get close to nature and discover the distinctive culture of the people of Phu Yen.
Phu Yen has beautiful landscapes following: Nhan Tower on the northern bank of the Da Rang River. This was a place of worship for the Cham people dated in the late 11th to the early 12th centuries. On the north, visitors are able to swim in My A Beach (Long Thuy), an incredibly beautiful beach with white sand and clear water under the shadows of coconut trees, or discover O Loan lagoon, Hon Chua, Hon Yen islands, Tien Beach, Da Trang Pagoda,
and discover Da Dia Rapids
with special 35,000 stone columns.
On the south, there are Vung Ro Port, Ro Bay and Bac Deo Ca Natural Preservation
that has rich of flora and fauna
. The west of Phu Yen is Krong Trai National Preservation
and Go Thi Thung Vestige
. The most famous seafood dish form in this area is grilled blood clam.
DAY 01: HANOI - TUY HOA - XEP BEACH - DA DIA RAPIDS - O LOAN LAGOON (L,D)
DAY 02: DAI LANH LIGHTHOUSE - MON BEACH - VUNG RO PORT (B,L,D)
DAY 03: TUY HOA - BAO LAM PAGODA - NHAN MOUNTAIN (B,L)
DAY O4: TUY HOA - HANOI