Ca Map Cape

Away from the center of Con Dao less than eight kilometers along Ben Dam Road, is a beautiful and majestic tourist site with a rocky cliff standing on one side and a vast, overwhelming coastline. Ca Map Cape or Shark Cape is a beautiful, immense and grandiose icon of Con Dao. 

Photo : dulichdisanviet.vnLike other locations in Con Dao, the most appropriate time for recreational activities like swimming in Ca Map Cape is from May to September. You can join the fun activities in Con Dao such as: camping, eating, boat racing and scuba diving. The most popular activity for travelers visiting this place is camping overnight with friends and relatives. 

When the sun goes down, people set up tents, set fire to grill seafood and watch the sunset. At night, when the sea brings cool breeze blowing into the island, it is also possible for tourists to set fire to the camp, sing and share stories to bring people closer together.

Useful Information

  • Location: Mũi Cá Mập, Côn Đảo
  • Best for: All visitors
  • Entrance: N/A
  • Hours: Day time visit is recommended
  • Distance to city center: 6.7km (4.2 mi)
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