Dam Trau Beach

  • Dam Trau Beach
  • Dam Trau Beach
  • Dam Trau Beach
  • Dam Trau Beach
  • Dam Trau Beach
  • Dam Trau Beach
  • Dam Trau Beach
  • Dam Trau Beach
  • Dam Trau Beach
  • Dam Trau Beach
  • Dam Trau Beach
  • Dam Trau Beach
  • Dam Trau Beach
  • Dam Trau Beach
  • Dam Trau Beach
  • Dam Trau Beach
  • Dam Trau Beach
  • Dam Trau Beach
  • Dam Trau Beach
  • Dam Trau Beach
  • Dam Trau Beach
  • Dam Trau Beach
  • Dam Trau Beach
  • Dam Trau Beach
  • Dam Trau Beach
  • Dam Trau Beach
  • Dam Trau Beach
  • Dam Trau Beach
  • Dam Trau Beach
Location

Con Dao Islands, Vietnam

Address

Dam Trau beach (Next to the airport), Con Dao Island, Ba Ria - Vung Tau, Vietnam

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Dam Trau Beach has nice yellow sand, blue water, gentle waves, quiet space and fresh air. Dam Trau is arguably the best all-rounder, a secluded cove on the southern end of Con Dao island. The beach is surrounded by pockets of tropical jungle, old green pine trees, and a prominent bamboo forest.

The best set up the beach for a day visit, Dam Trau Beach is located down a smaller side road near the airport. When you hit the sand, rows of drink vendors and hammocks vie for your attention, offering you refreshment and relaxation. You can also enjoy fresh seafood here with very reasonable price.

One side of Dam Trau Beach is the large black rock reached the sea and outstanding on the yellow sand, where you can climb over to explore a small and nice beach, mysterious and completely unspoiled. The scenery here is so charming, with arc-shaped coast and deep into the land, surrounded by green forest, that standing here like your own world.

The best set up beach for a day visit, Dam Trau Beach is located down a smaller side road near the airport. When you hit the sand, rows of drink vendors and hammocks vie for your attention, offering you refreshment and relaxation should you be so inclined. The beach itself is surrounded by pockets of tropical jungle and a prominent bamboo forest.

Local insight

Head left and climb over the rocks to find a similar beach, smaller but less inhabited.