-- Con Dao: the Islands
  -- Con Dao: Con Son Town
  -- Con Dao: Airport
  -- Con Dao: Bay Canh
  -- Con Dao: Ben Dam Harbor
  -- Con Dao: Dam Trau Beach
  -- Con Dao: Hotels
  -- Con Dao: Map
  -- Con Dao: Museum
  -- Con Dao: Nui Mot Pag.
  -- Con Dao: Prison


 -- Climate

 -- Distance Chart Vietnam

 -- Festivals

 -- Foreign Embassies

 -- Minorities

 -- Tet/ Vietnam New Year

 -- Travel Documents

 -- Vaccinations

 -- Vietnam Buses

 -- Vietnam Map

 -- Vietnam Trains

 -- Vietnamese People

  North Vietnam


  Cao Bang

  Cat Ba

  Dien Bien Phu

  Duong Lam

  Ha Giang

  Ha Long Bay

  Hai Phong

  Hoa Binh

  Lai Chau

  Lang Son

  Lao Cai

  Mai Chau

  Ninh Binh


  Son La

  Vinh City

  Central Vietnam

  Buon Ma Thuot

  Cham Islands

  Da Nang

  Dak Lak

  Dong Hoi

  Hien Luong Bridge

  Hoi An


  Kon Tum

  My Son (temple complex)

  Nha Trang

  Phong Nha - Ke Bang


  Quy Nhon

  Thien Mu Pagoda (Hué)

  Tuy Hoa

  Vinh Moc (tunnels)

  South Vietnam

  Ho Chi Minh City

  Ben Tre

  Can Tho

  Chau Doc

  Con Dao Islands

  Cu Chi (tunnels)


  Floating Markets

  Ha Tien - Phu Quoc

  Long Xuyen

  Mekong (by bike)

  My Tho

  Nam Du Archipelago

  Phan Thiet/ Mui Ne

  Phu Quoc Island

  Rach Gia - Phu Quoc

  Vung Tau

  The Rest







Ben Dam Harbor

"The road from the port of Ben Dam to the center of the city of Con Dao is very beautiful. Shark Point, Nhát beach is located on this sunny road. The long sandy beaches, where some pebbles sometimes pop up under the clear blue water, are the places to visit for many visitors. The road from the city center to the airport is also the way visitors like to stop for beautiful photos. One side is the mountain, the other is the sea, the sides of the road are full of red confetti or phoenix purple colors: an extremely poetic image that very few people miss.
The feeling of driving alone on a deserted road is very interesting, there is no feeling of fear, although there was once hell on earth here. On the contrary, I feel so precious and cherish these moments."

Ben Dam Harbor

          De Ben Dam Harbor - is completely in the Ben Dam Bay and is surrounded on four sides by mountains. In this way it is shielded from a lot of wind. It is a fairly deep bay, with a depth of up to about 12 meters. Therefore, the Ben Dam port has become the main port of Con Dao with the role of gateway to the rest of the Con Dao Islands.
Immediately after commissioning, the port of Ben Dam plays a very important role in the daily lives of the people at Con Dao. This is considered to be the anchorage, the "home port" of many fishing boats and tourist boats, when tourists come to visit the island. The port is not only important to the island for its good, but also the daily fish and tourists arrive here. Howel they are still on their way to their hotel or homestay.

Usually all boats stop in this bay and lie at anchor in the bay of Ben Dam. The bustling harbor is neat and surrounded by vast, green mountains with trees and shrubs. It is a secluded bay, which is why it has become an ideal place to moor ships, thus protecting them.
It is a long gathering place for fishing boats, returning after every trip. This is where the fish catches are traded and the buyer returns to the main town with satisfaction.
Already in the early morning there is a lot of noise and you can hear the sound of fishermen, who offer their fish. Every box of fish has been cleaned, they look fresh with their silver scales. The fish trade is very lively in the port.


The port of Ben Dam is located about 15 km from the town of Con Son, in the bay of Ben Dam, surrounded by hills and mountains, creating a lyrical beauty.
Because the bay is quiet and far from Con Son, visitors can experience extremely attractive activities, such as swimming, kayaking in a beautiful setting with beautiful scenery.

The ferry with tourists

Visitors can also relax in the sheltered bay. You can enjoy extremely attractive tourist activities here, such as swimming, kayaking and exploring the beautiful landscape in the bay.


The Pier.

Find the Ben Dam!


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