Vung Boi Beach: Uncovering the whereabouts of whales
Since the arrival of several whales last year, Vung Boi Beach has emerged as a destination for nature enthusiasts and scuba divers.
Tourists board ships from De Gi Seaport, around 4 km away from Vung Boi Beach in Vinh Loi Village, My Thanh Commune, Phu My District.
Visitors can avail themselves of a package deal for three days and two nights, priced at approximately VND1,500,000 ($64).
This package includes meals, fishing, night squid fishing, boat rides, and homestay accommodation.
Aside from the pristine beaches of Vung Boi, travelers can also explore Hon Trau Island, a little-known island of untouched beauty.
Alternatively, they can explore Chanh Trach village, renowned for its winter melons, with each weighing 40 to 60 kg. For those with limited time, shorter tours are available at a reduced cost.
Once reaching Vung Boi Beach, visitors travel to the peninsula by canoe and then proceed to unload supplies such as gas, kitchen equipment, camping gear, and food ashore.
Diving is a popular activity in Vung Boi Beach. Skilled swimmers with adequate strength can partake in guided fishing expeditions for fish, squid, and octopus.
Do Thanh Toan (Tommy Toan), a seasoned diver and experienced instructor for guests, recommends diving to witness the coral reefs.
Families often opt to explore the vicinity near the rocky beach, ensuring the safety of their children. These groups commonly partake in swimming and hanging around on the sandy shores.
Crab catching serves as a memorable experience for families. Van Linh, a tourist from Quang Ngai Province, said that catching crabs is not easy, but the excitement it brings makes it worthwhile. Catching crabs can be challenging, even with coordinated efforts.