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Elegant Travel Located at 216 De Tham, Pham Ngu Lao, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, VN.Reviewed by 2048 Khách hàng. Rated: 9.5/ 10 (Excellent)

.SAI GON-CON DAO ISLAND-SAI GON

 

Con Dao is 179 sea miles from Vung Tau. Looking at a map, Con Dao Island looks like a bear rising from the sea to east of the most southern point of the country.

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      Day 1: Sai Gon-Con Dao .

      Am: Transfer to airport for flight to Con Dao.Arrival in Con Dao and transfer you to check in hotel. Relaxing at Dat Doc Beach or Lo Voi Cape. These are beautiful and isolated beach.Over night in hotel

      Day 2 Con Dao island ( B/L/…. )

      Visit Con Dao museum, Phu Hai prison, tiger cage, Hang Duong Cemetery and Madam Phi Yen Temple.Free time in the afternoon to relax and discorver Con Dao by yourself.

      Over night in hotel

      Day 3 Con Dao –Sai Gon ( B/../…)

      Breakfast.Check out,get flight back to Sai Gon.

      Price

       

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      Net rate in US$/person in party of

      Single room

      1

      2

      3

      4

      5

      6

      7

      8

      9

      >9

      2 star hotel

      319

      259

      257

      255

      251

      149

      247

      245

      243

      239

      +50

      3 star hotel

      399

      339

      329

      319

      317

      315

      313

      311

      309

      299

      +80

      4 star hotel

      439

      379

      375

      373

      371

      369

      367

      365

      363

      359

      +120

      5 star hotel

      479

      439

      437

      435

      433

      431

      429

      427

      425

      419

      +160

      Note*: rates are not applied on New Year, National Holidays, festivals..

      Inclusion:

       

      ·         Twin-shared rooms at 2-5 star hotels.

      ·         Flight ticket SGN-CONDAO-SGN

      ·         Land transfer by private A/C vehicle for whole trip.

      ·         Bottles of mineral water available on the car.

      ·         Meals as mentioned in the program. Special requirements (vegetarian, diet, Muslim food etc.) could be arranged upon prior notice.

       

      Exclusion:

      ·         Visa arrangement

      ·         Travel insurances.

      ·         Drinks and personal expenses (laundry, phone calls etc.).

      ·         Services not clearly mentioned above.

      Packing list: Passport, towels, toiletries, flash light, change of clothes, sun block, sun glasses, sun hat, insect repellent, proper hiking shoes and rain coat.

        

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    Con Dao

    One of the stellar attractions in this region, the Con Dao Archipelago is slowly gaining attention for its startling natural beauty. Con Son, the largest of this chain of 15 islands and islets, is ringed with lovely beaches, coral reefs and scenic bays, and remains partially covered in thick forests. In addition to hiking, diving and exploring empty coastal roads and deserted beaches, there are some excellent wildlife-watching opportunities

    Con Son Island (with a total land area of 20 sq km) is also known by its Europeanised Malay name, Iles Poulo Condore (Pulau Kun-dur), which means ‘Island of the Squashes’. Although it seems something of an island paradise, Con Son was once hell on earth for the thousands of prisoners who languished in confinement during the French and American regimes.

    Roughly 80% of the land area in the island chain is part of Con Dao Natinal Park  which protects Viet Nam  most important sea turtle nesting grounds. For the last decade the World Wildlife Foundation (WWF) has been working with local park rangers on a long-term monitoring program. During nesting season (May to September) the park sets up ranger stations to rescue threatened nests and move them to the safe haven of hatcheries.

    Other interesting sea life around Con Dao includes the dugong, a rare and seldom-seen marine mammal in the same family as the manatee. Dugongs live as far north as Japan and as far south as the subtropical coasts of Australia. Their numbers have been on a steady decline, and increasingly efforts are being made to protect these adorable creatures. Major threats include coastal road development, which causes the destruction of shallow-water beds of seagrass, the dugongs’ staple diet.

    Con Dao is one of those rare places in Viet­nam where there are virtually no structures over two storeys, and where the traveller’s experience is almost hassle-free. There’s even no need to bargain at the local market! Owing to the relatively high cost and the inaccessibility of the islands, mass tourism has thankfully been kept to a minimum.

    These days most visitors to Con Son are package-tour groups of former VC soldiers who were imprisoned on the island. The Viet­namese government generously subsidises these jaunts as a show of gratitude for their sacrifice. Foreign tourists are still few and far between, though their numbers are on the rise.

    The driest time to visit Con Dao is from November to February, though the seas are calmest from March to July. The rainy season lasts from June to September, but there are also northeast and southwest monsoons in autumn that can bring heavy winds. In November 1997 typhoon Linda did a number here: 300 fishing boats were lost, reefs were wiped out and the forests flattened. September and October are the hottest months, though even then the cool island breezes make Con Dao relatively comfortable when compared with HCMC or Vũng Tàu.


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