The peaceful life on Thi Nai lagoon a waterty paradise in Binh Dinh
There is a river area “Western” in the heart of Thi Nai lagoon
If mangrove forests become the “specialty” of tourism in the western river region, the coastal areas of Thi Nai lagoon (Binh Dinh) are gradually forming mangrove forests with very high biodiversity.
Thi Nai lagoon is the largest saltwater lagoon in Binh Dinh province, located in the territory of Quy Nhon city, Tuy Phuoc district, Phu Cat district with an area of more than 5,000 hectares. Due to the transitional position between the marine environment and the mainland, the mangrove ecosystem of Thi Nai lagoon has very high biodiversity.
From 2006 to now, Binh Dinh province has planted, cared for and protected an area of more than 88 hectares of mangroves in the alluvial area of Thi Nai and De Gi lagoons (Phu Cat district, Phu My province) with species of mangrove species. main trees such as: cork, dong (known as mangrove in the West), mam tree…
Mr. Tran Huu Khanh (76 years old, Diem Van village, Phuoc Thuan commune, Tuy Phuoc district) contracted to plant, care for and protect 4 hectares of cork trees in Thi Nai lagoon. well developed, has promoted the function of protecting the environment, preventing erosion, and fixing alluvial deposits along the lagoon as well as contributing to biodiversity.
According to Mr. Khanh, the benefits of this mangrove forest are very great, in the north wind season this forest shields shrimp farming areas not only for his family but also for farming households in the Thi Nai lagoon. In addition, many types of crabs and shrimp live under the forest canopy, creating conditions for people to make a daily living.
“Especially, since there was this mangrove forest, birds and storks come here to live a lot. Every morning they fly to find food, in the evening around 5pm they fly back here to sleep”, Mr. Khanh said. further.
With tens of hectares of mangrove forests in Thi Nai lagoon such as: Con Chim (in Vinh Quang 2 village, Phuoc Son commune) or Con Chim (Phuoc Thuan commune)… are forming in the middle of the river, creating a charming landscape (Photo: Dung Nhan – Con Chim in Phuoc Son commune).
“Many people after visiting this mangrove forest shared that they thought they were lost in the melaleuca and mangrove forests that are usually only found in the western rivers,” Mr. Khanh said.
This is a very ideal tourist destination, suitable for people who “travel”, especially those who love to explore. Especially, coming here, we will feel the idyllic beauty of the people here.
Mangrove forests along Thi Nai lagoon are possessing great eco-tourism potential of Binh Dinh province. Especially since this province has allowed to invest in the construction of Diem Van urban area and eco-tourism on a total area of 130 hectares.
After exploring the mangrove forest, immerse yourself in the natural beauty between the blue sky, white clouds, and cool blue water. On the way back to Quy Nhon city, visitors can visit the Song Village Minor Seminary – where the first Song Village printing house is located in Dang Trong. This is one of the attractive destinations for tourists and people of Binh Dinh. Follow Dan trí
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