|Natural: Cà Mau Cape in the southernmost province of Cà Mau. — VNS File Photo|Viet Nam News
CÀ MAU — The Cà Mau Province Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism recently organised a familiarisation trip to introduce tourist spots in the province to travellers who love tranquil places and pastoral lifestyles instead of the chaos of modern city life.
The group’s first destination was the Cà Mau Cape National Park in Đất Mũi Commune of Ngọc Hiển District. The park houses community tourism sites and was recognised as a UNESCO world biosphere reserve in 2009. The park is also a Ramsar site, the fifth in Việt Nam and the second in the Mekong Delta.
At the community tourism sites, tourists will be able to enjoy a tranquil atmosphere amid mangrove forests, participate in the daily activities of the locals such as catching crabs and fish. — VNS