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Binh Chau Natural Reserve – Unveiling Timeless Treasures.

In Xuyen Moc district, Ba Ria Vung Tau province, lies the Binh Chau – Phuoc Buu Natural Reserve, Vietnam’s sole coastal primeval forest. Beyond its role in safeguarding biodiversity, it nurtures the local ecosystem, ensuring a refreshing environment year-round. Yet, this haven of natural splendor also beckons as a promising hub for tourism and leisure pursuits.

Blooms of Binh Chau Natural Reserve

Encompassing some 10,537 hectares, the reserve blankets five communes in Xuyen Moc district. Its crowning jewel? The sprawling Dipterocarp forest, home to a plethora of rare and endangered species found in the Red Book. Here, adventurers can delve into untamed landscapes like Mộ Ông Mountain and Tầm Bồ, rowing boats to navigate the melaleuca forests and watery realms. Amidst the crisp air and serene vistas, urban stresses seem to fade away.

Coc Lake Oasis

Notably, the reserve boasts Coc Lake Beach, a stretch of coastline adorned with soft sands, gentle waves, and crystalline waters. Perfect for weekend escapades, activities like kayaking and overnight camping await.

Far beyond a mere treasure trove, Binh Chau Natural Reserve offers a native journey into enduring marvels and pristine charm.