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Con Dao Islands, Vietnam Hide Away Corner

May 1, 2011

CON DAO ISLANDS, VIETNAM

Once an Asian version of Alcatraz, this infamous former French penal colony, is now considered the nation’s most pristine island ecosystem with untouched and breathtakingly beautiful beaches. For more than a century, the remote, off-limits archipelago resisted development; today, 80 percent of its mountainous, 29-square-mile landmass is protected by the well-managed Con Dao National Park.

More than 1,000 plant species have been recorded on the chain’s 16 islands, while the surrounding waters of the Pacific Ocean hold the nation’s richest sea life, including 270 different coral species, giant clams, green and hawksbill sea turtles, and even dugong, a endangered relative of the manatee.
Simply the best place for chill out with sandy beach, tropical blue ocean, green forest, eco villas and friendly people.
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