Cong Dam Fishing Village

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Cong Dam village
Cong Dam village

Coming to Cong Dam fishing village, tourists can embark in a guided kayak tour to see stunning seascape on the area around, try fishing.

Cong Dam fishing village is situated far from the mainland. Its population is only around 120 people.

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Cong Dam fishing village

This place is considered as an outdoor geological museum with the highlight is a plenty of mountains formed by a stack of huge rock, which looks like the amazing arrangement of mother nature. There is also the area which includes many coral reefs, underground limestone, underwater caves, etc. Besides, surrounding Cong Dam village are many different islets and beautiful beaches with white, smooth sand and clear, blue waters, such as Tra Gioi, Cay Bang and Cat Oan beaches.

Cong Dam fishing village
Cong Dam fishing village

The most outstanding highlight in Cong Dam is a small ancient village floating on a vast expanse of clear water. Cong Dam fishing village has retained its traditional fishing culture.

Enjoy daily life of Halong people

Tourists come here can have chance to start gossiping with friendly local people, hear them talk about their memories of life, how they did to get over big storms, what they do to gain their living, etc. Moreover, have chance to participate in many interesting activities such as rowing boat or kayaking to discover mysterious caves or enjoy dreaming beaches nearby. If you have time, do not forget to go fishing or grow trees with local people to protect the environment.

Visit Cong Dam fishing village
Visit Cong Dam fishing village

The number of visitors to Cong Dam fishing village is not much. Therefore, the scenery there has been remaining primitive and the environment is very clean. This area has many majestic lime-stone mountains and pristine coral reefs.

Coming to Cong Dam fishing village, tourists can embark in a guided kayak tour to see stunning seascape on the area around, try fishing with local experienced fishermen or explore its traditional fishing culture.