A deep pit made of water and rocks
Phu Yen Province on the country’s central coast is endowed with many stunning beaches, mountains, waterfalls and rivers that are worth visiting.
Located in Hoa My Tay Commune, Tay Hoa District, about 20 kilometers south of Tuy Hoa City in Phu Yen Province, Vuc Phun is popular among local tourists but not much frequented by foreigners. The place can also meet the demand of those interested in ecology, mountain climbing, stream bathing and camping.
Tucked in Da Den Mountain Range and blanked in green trees, Vuc Phun has an enormous waterfall created by the strong currents of Cai Stream, and various huge smooth rocks on the edge of the pit and under the water surface.
To Vuc Phun, tourists can indulge into a world of giant rocks which can be used as seats or tables or even places for tourists to lie down for relaxing or eat under the shades of groves.
Swimming in the pure and cool water must be a favorite activity for everyone in the summer. However, excursionists have to make sure to have good shoes to walk on the rocks and carry along their swimsuits.