Vung Bau Beach, Cua Can

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Unwind at Vung Bau Beach, an isolated long curving stretch of sand in front of a jungle. Secluded, peaceful and 4.5 km (2.8 mi) long, you can find a good spot for skinny dipping. During a walk you can see starfish and conchs and some sea urchins. Paddle a boat, snorkel or scuba dive all of which you can rent from shacks. There is also a beach restaurant providing food and drinks. When sea is calm, this makes a good spot for family visits as the beach gently slopes into the blue sea with long shallows. The foliage is a mix of tall grass, flowers and shrubs and a combination of poplar and coconut palm trees. Plan my trip to Cua Can with suggested itineraries provided by Inspirock.
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  • Untouched beach in Phu Quoc that I hope not many crowds can reach here or resorts should not appear to destroy the surroundings. 
    Untouched beach in Phu Quoc that I hope not many crowds can reach here or resorts should not appear to destroy the surroundings.  more »
  • We joined a kayaking trip with OnBird here to explore another beach located at the beyond side of the cape. Really beautiful sunset that we caught on kayak as we drifted the kayak with the current on....  more
    We joined a kayaking trip with OnBird here to explore another beach located at the beyond side of the cape. Really beautiful sunset that we caught on kayak as we drifted the kayak with the current on....  more »
  • passsing by Nam Nghi resort then follow a bumpy road and you'll find this kind of hidden gem with clear and calm water and tranquil surroundings, believe me. 
    passsing by Nam Nghi resort then follow a bumpy road and you'll find this kind of hidden gem with clear and calm water and tranquil surroundings, believe me.  more »
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  • A Private date on the beach & unforgettable experiences of us! In the Northern Phu Quoc lies a turquoise & tranquil bay named Half-moon Bay (or Vũng Bầu Bay) where you can freely enjoy kayaking with a very little chance of a crowdedness ahead. My partner & I experienced the route of 4 km long from Half-moon beach, passing by Fingernail Island before reaching Casuarina Beach for relaxing & drinking tropical coconut water then we continued to paddle back to the shore. When the sun came down on the water, we also finished the wonderful paddle which lasted around 3 hours of fun, chill & retreat. It followed by a romantic dinner right on the beach. We hope to share this exotic experience for those enthusisatic couples out there who are also seeking for private dates on the beach like we used to, it would be perfect!!! Unfortunately, as we’d like to enjoy the wholeness of us together while paddling, we didn’t bring the camera with us so these photos were taken before & after the paddle. :) Just ask google for #Half-moon Beach, #Vung Bau Bay and they will guide you there somehow.
  • Phu Quoc is a beautiful island if you are looking forward to obtaining some adventurous experience besides enjoying the pristine atmosphere in Phu Quoc then Kayaking in Half-moon Bay would be absolutely suitable for you. Admiring the rural beauty of Phu Quoc Island by kayaking along the Northwest coastline in the afternoon. Take on some adventurous challenges when kayaking on the sea and passing by Northern Fingernail Island before landing on another beach which is hidden at the beyond side Half-moon Cape, surrounded by a dense green forest, we will obtain a fantastic experience as if playing the role of pirates landing on a supper small remote island on the sea, discovering a new land between the sea. Catch the sunset and enjoy beautiful moments of calm on the tranquil & calm sea in Half-moon Bay, enjoy a romantic seafood dinner with sparkling candles on Half-moon Beach.
  • We arrived around 10am in the morning and we had the beach all by ourselves. A bit of bumpy roads but least of an issue compared to nusa penida. Wear a mask and don’t wear white! You will thank me for that later. Bike parking is free. Beach is about 100-200m walk from there. It’s truly a hidden gem with clear water and peaceful surroundings. Do bring your own drinks and food as there isn’t any stall around. Please keep this beautiful beach clean! We left about 12pm and saw a lot of locals coming in for lunch break.
  • Following the dirt road on a scooter is fun. The beach, where we were is long and in principle empty. There was no sign of infrastructure i.e. huts, bars, benches etc., just the sandy beach. At some point along the dirt road further north we had to turn around as a big excavator blocked the way. Even the scooter could not pass. Following another road under construction it was a, in a way, to see the forrest being destroyed on such scale.
  • This could be one of the best spots on the island if it wasn't full of trash. There are still large sandy areas that are quite nice. The red dirt roads make for an adventurous drive to the beach which was a bonus for me.

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