Vinh Hy Bay, one of the country's four most beautiful bays with unspoiled natural scenery, is a perfect destination for ecological tours. The bay has become popular with local and international tourists thanks to the "Awaking Vinh Hy" tour offered by Saigon-Ninh Chu Hotel.
Far about 42 km from Phan Rang City center - Cham towers to the northeast, Vinh Hy Bay is situated in Vinh Hai Commune, Ninh Hai District (Ninh Thuan Province). Vinh Hy Bay is surrounded by mountains with amazing caves, fresh natural climate, especially the blue waters that tourists can clearly contemplate shoals of anchovies swimming around the boats.
Vinh Hy Bay is located in Ninh Thuan Province in the "tourism-triangle" of Vietnam alongside Nha Trang and Dalat cities, with natural landscapes of long cactus sand banks, calm sea and the legendary Cham culture.
In particular, taking tourists to conquer Vinh Hy Bay are the cruise ships designed extremely unique. The bilge is made from a kind of transparent glass. Tourists sitting on the ship can comfortably admire the colorful coral reefs beneath the ocean.
In addition, Vinh Hy Marine Preserved Area houses 307 rare and specious species of coral reefs including 50 species newly discovered in Vietnam. Tourists can participate in scuba diving tour to witness the colorful coral reefs.
The province is famous for many tourist attractions including Nam Cuong red sand dunes, Nai lagoon Krong Pha hot spring, Lo O stream, or cultural features like Poklong Garai tower, Bau Truc pottery and My Nghiep brocade village.
However, Vinh Hy Bay remains the most attractive place where the most beautiful coral reefs in the country can be found according to a survey by the United Nations' environment program.
As an eco-tourist spot in Nui Chua National Park, the bay has preserved its rural beauty with white sandbanks circling steep rocky mountains and streams babbling extensive green forests. From Phan Rang City, the trip to Vinh Hy Bay covers a distance of 40 kilometers through rolling mountains and hills lying on deep-blue sea water.