Ca Mau greets over 104,000 visitors during Tet hinh anh 1A corner of Hon Da Bac tourism site (Source: Internet)

Ca Mau (VNA) – Over 104,000 travelers visits tourism sites across the southernmost province of Ca Mau during the Lunar New Year (Tet) holiday (February 6-14), reported the provincial Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism.

The Mui Ca Mau (Ca Mau Cape) National Park alone lured nearly 13,000 tourists in the period, up 67 percent compared to the same period last year.

Historical relic sites and ecotourism sites were attractive destinations for holiday-makers on the occasion.

The most popular destinations include Hon Da Bac, welcoming nearly 40,000 travelers, and the Hung Vuong cultural park, serving over 36,600 arrivals.

Others included the late President Ho Chi Minh memorial site, the U Minh Ha National Park, and Quoc Te and Ly Thanh Long tourism sites.

Ho Ngoc Tan, deputy director of the department said his agency enhanced inspection of cultural and tourism services in the locality, aiming to provide the best service to visitors.-VNA