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Explore The Most Beautiful Lagoons In Vietnam

Vietnam is a country that has a diverse terrain with a lot of poetic and majestic scenery. Besides terrain types such as coastal terrain, limestone terrain, the lagoon terrain is also one of the characteristic terrain types. The following article will compile a list of the most beautiful lagoons in Vietnam, the best destination in Vietnam, which will definitely make you fascinated.

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Van Long Lagoon

Van Long lagoon is located about 90 km from Hanoi, in Gia Vien district, Ninh Binh province. Located in the valley with spectacular limestone mountains and many undiscovered caves, Van Long lagoon has become an ecotourism attraction for the domestic and international visitors. Thus, if you take a Hoa Lu Tam Coc 1 Day Tour, it is excellent to spend time on visiting Van Long lagoon.

Lap An lagoon

Lap An lagoon, also called as An Cu lagoon, is located near National Highway 1A passing through Lang Co town, Phu Loc district, the road connecting Da Nang to Hue. The place has a quite beautiful position, it is at the foot of the Phu Gia Pass, with a radius of 15 km2.

This brackish water lagoon has a very attractive scene. The small road along the mountain foot as smooth silk embracing the water lagoon, with the magnificent Bach Ma Mountain, and Lang Co Bay makes the scenery more poetic.

O Loan Lagoon

O Loan lagoon is located at the foot of Quan Cau pass, in Tuy An district, Phu Yen province, about 22 km north of Tuy Hoa city. With an area of more than 1,500 hectares, O Loan lagoon is a natural gift with peace and tranquility, fresh air, and cool climate.

Because of the brackish water lagoon, O Loan has a lot of seafood such as oysters, blood cockles, shrimp, squid, jellyfish, scallops, crabs, etc. Lying along the water’s edge are casuarina forests – the inhabitancy of many types of birds like pelicans, storks, ducks, etc.

Nha Phu lagoon

Nha Phu lagoon is a name for a large area, including tourist islands such as Thi island, Lao island, Hon island, Da Bac island, Lao island – Monkey island, Hoa Lan stream, Ninh Van resort. Nha Phu lagoon is approximately 1,500 ha, adjacent to Nha Trang Bay and Van Phong Bay, Khanh Hoa Province, about 15 km from Nha Trang.

Come to Nha Phu, you will have the opportunity to be fully immersed in the transformation of the natural beauty of three islands: Thi island, Heo island, and Lao island. All are peaceful, romantic in the middle of the ocean, which is the attraction in Halong Bay Cruises.

Tam Giang Lagoon

Tam Giang lagoon has the length of 24 km and the area of 52 km2, spreads out from the O Lau estuary and the Huong river to the Thuan An seaport in the 12 communes of Phong Dien, Quang Dien, Huong Tra district, Thua Thien – Hue province.

As the largest brackish water lagoon in Southeast Asia, Tam Giang lagoon is actually a confluence of three rivers, including the Huong River, Bo River, and O Lau before pouring into the estuary. Therefore, this place concentrates many herds of storks, heron, geese, malllards… creating a very poetic and lively scene.



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