Located 10km southeast from Tam Quan Town in the central province of Binh Dinh, the Hoai Hai sea cliff in Hoai Nhon District have recently been celebrated by travelers for its pristine beauty.
The sea cliff, surrounded by 200m high hills which make perfect lookout points, have a reef with rocks that have been uniquely shaped from years of sea water erosion.
The cool water is not just restricted to the rapids. Along the beach are numerous small natural 'pools' shaped by rocks that provide a safe place to relax for the day.
The sea cliff is not the only thing wowing visitors to Tam Quan. Tourists traveling to the area are equally impressed with the friendliness of local residents.
“When we got back from the sea cliff, the owner of the house we parked our motorbikes at invited us in for a meal,” said Nguyen Thanh Giang who shared his photos (below) capturing his trip to Hoai Hai with Tuoi Tre (Youth) newspaper.
“The food only included fish and fish sauce but it was so delicious and cozy,” he added.
A view from the Hoai Hai sea cliff. Photo: Tuoi Tre
Two farmers row a basket bow offshore at the Hoai Hai sea cliff. Photo: Tuoi Tre
A beach seen from the top of the sea cliff. Photo: Tuoi Tre
An overview of the sea cliff. Photo: Tuoi Tre
A natural 'pool' at the sea cliff. Photo: Tuoi Tre
Waves hitting the shore. Photo: Tuoi Tre
Rocks are one of the main attractions shaping the beauty of the sea cliff. Photo: Tuoi Tre