Top 5 best capes in VietnamUnder Blog
Cape (“Mui” in Vietnamese) is a headland which is rounded by sea. Vietnam, with a very long coastline, has a lot of beautiful capes. Here are top 5 best capes in Vietnam.
1. Mui Nai Cape (Kien Giang Province)
Mui Nai is a rocky cape lying near Gulf of Thailand in Ha Tien Town, Kien Giang Province. The name Mui Nai is originated from a local legend about a deer visiting this cape and stay because of the cape’s beauty (Nai means deer in Vietnamese).
Mui Nai is featured by a very stunning beach, with smooth sand, gentle waves and cool weather all year round. Especially, the sand here is not white like other beaches in Vietnam, but dark brown, making the water turn to dark blue when it came to the shore. The reason is the beach is covered by a layer of mud which has high content of mineral. Therefore, you will have chance to enjoy the beauty of Mui Nai and mudbath which is very healthy for your skin.
2. Mui Ne (Binh Thuan Province)
Mui ne is very famous tourist site in Vietnam, drawing a huge number of tourists every year. It is a large beach located 22km to north-west of Phan Thiet City. It is considered as one of the most beautiful beaches in Asia with blue water, endless white sand dunes and long lines of coconuts around the beach.
With strong breeze, Mui Ne is perfect place for kites and wind surfing. Besides, you can join a lot of interesting activities such as swimming, boat sailing, sun bathing, surfing, golf, scuba-diving and snorkeling, hunting, sight-seeing, or hide into a charming and relaxed night life with live music or local sea festivals. Mui Ne also has many modern and luxury resorts with many styles.
3. Mui Ke Ga (Binh Thuan Province)
Located in Thuan Quy Commune, Ham Thuan Nam District, Ninh Thuan Province, Mui Ke Ga is a headland jutting into the sea, 40kn from Phan Thiet city. Like other beautiful beaches in Vietnam, Mui Ke Ga is featured by blue sea water, white sand and amazing seascapes. The special thing about this cape is many strange cliffs piled up all over the place. These rock cliffs have diverse size and shape, looking like a “cliff garden”.
The cape is also has a lighthouse – the tallest and oldest existing lighthouse of Southern Asia with 60m high. From that height, you are able to see a vast expanse of sea and sky, as well as enjoy cool ocean winds. The most beautiful moment to visit the lighthouse is at sunset. You can see a fantastic sight with splendid colors. Sometimes they cannot distinguish the boundary of the sky and sea. Only 500m from the coast, people can walk to the island when the tide is out.
4. Mui Rong (Binh Dinh Province)
Mui Rong is a limestone mountain heading to the sea with the height of 10m to the sea level. Inside the mountain is a cave pass through the sea, looking like the mouth of a dragon.
Mui Rong does not have beaches for swimming, but it still take visitor’s breathes when they come here. Stand on the cape, watching multi-shaped stones and cliffs and a very wonderful view of ocean is a unforgettable memory.
Hundred imposing cliffs are the most featured thing about Mui Rong.
In Mui Rong, you can also visit local fishing village. You can buy seafood of them and open a campfire party and enjoy that fresh seafood on the seashore.
5. Mui Ca Mau (Ca Mau Province)
Mui Ca Mau is the southernmost point of Vietnam’s mainland, located in Ngoc Hien District, Ca Mau Province. It is famous for its pristine and peaceful beauty, with interlacing canals system and a very amazing natural scenery.
Cape Ca Mau National Park is originally covered by natural mangrove forest, featuring a plethora of birds, wild animals, and fishes, making it a distinguish beauty between mysterious and charming. It is called the second Amazon of the world with a diverse system of wild plants and animals.
Sitting on a canoe or a ship and go through green mangroves as well as floating houses of local people is definitely an interesting experience.