Cà Mau, as said, is the Southernmost point of Vietnam. This city bears the typical beauty of a wetland locality of the Mekong Delta. In Cà Mau, Năm Căn is known the be one of the most strategic ports all […]
Cà Mau, as said, is the Southernmost point of Vietnam. This city bears the typical beauty of a wetland locality of the Mekong Delta. In Cà Mau, Năm Căn is known the be one of the most strategic ports all over the Delta which lies in an essential location on the Southeast Asian sea route. Thus, Năm Căn Port obtains various advantages regarding international trade with countries in the area such as Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia.
What you should expect when visiting Cà Mau is an opportunity to sneak through the immense network of canals inside mangrove forests and revel in the cooling breeze amid U Minh Hạ National Park with its infinite and mystic cajuput forests. Other than these, Cà Mau Southernmost point is recorded to be the one and only venue across the country to witness Sunrise from the East Sea and Sunset in the Western sky.
Each season, Cà Mau holds in itself a distinctive beauty, catering to your individual need for exploration. If possible, we highly recommend you to drop by this area in lunar July and August in order to embrace a chance of tasting the authentic Rạch Gốc mangrove crabs (Ba Khía).
One thing should be noted is that Cà Mau experiences heavy rainfall from May to November each year, while the highest peak lasts in between August and October.
Here are the three best dishes that bring a phenomenal reputation for Cà Mau that you should not miss:
Cà Mau is seen as a large region covering a whole big ending land of the country in the South. Our four suggestions below are the most stunning gems the city has to offer:
Last but not least, if your time budget allows, do not hesitate to drop a visit to Ngọc Hiển Bird Park to observe various flocks of birds heading back to their nests, as well as get to discover a great ecosystem of the park.
If you are a travel beginner to this Southern end city, note these useful tips above down to your list right away for an absolute kick-start.
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