The southernmost province of Ca Mau has introduced open mechanisms and policies in a bid to boost the local tourism sector.

Three years since its approval, the Ca Mau Cape tourism complex site has attracted numerous investors to research and seek investment opportunities in the province and its vicinity.

Authorised provincial bodies have licensed a nearly 200 billion VND (9.5 million USD) investment for zone 4, the area for a mangrove ecological tourism in the site.
Director of Ca Mau’s Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism Duong Huynh Khai said among eco-tourism destinations of the province, such as Hon Da Bac, Hon Khoai, and the national park of U Minh Ha, the cape area has substantial tourism potential and historical significance.

Covering 160 hectares, the site consists of a monument park, a mangrove ecological forest, a mangrove ecological conservation and a community centre.

Ca Mau Cape is located in the district of Ngoc Hien, 100 kilometres from the southernmost city centre of Ca Mau.
In recent years, investment to the province’s sector has been limited, preventing it from reaching its full potential. Prioritising investment will help the province become an attractive tourism destination for both domestic and foreign travellers.-VNA