Located in South-Central Coast, NinhThuan shares border with KhanhHoa Province on the north, LamDong Province on the west, BinhThuan Province on the south and East Sea on the east.
The terrain is a mixture of mountain, plain and seaside. Main rivers name Sat, Cai, Ong, Gia, Can, La, Quao. Mountains surround three faces of NinhThuan including ThaNhonh, Chuan, SuongMu, and HonDien mountains. Long seaside makes DaVach, Thi, CaNa capes and sea ports.
The climate is a combination of the tropical monsoon and dry and windy weather. It is hot, dry, windy all of year. There is two seasons: the rain season lasts from May to November, the dry season lasts from December to April. Annual average temperature is 27oC.
Ninh Thuan belongs to tourism triangles: Dalat´┐Ż- Nha Trang´┐Ż- Phan Rang. Coming to there, tourists are able to relax in Ca Na Tourist Site, swim in Ninh Chu Beach, Vinh Hy Bay, climb to Da Trang Mountain, and observe natural animals in Phan Rang Reservation, or visit Pi Nang Tac Stone Trap.
Being home of Cham minority group, NinhThuan has characters culture of Cham ethnic, which stamp in local custom, Cham dance, sculpture, pottery, and brocade and agriculture of Cham towers. Famous towers name Po Klong Garai and Porome.
Nowadays, Cham people still preserve matriarchy, a valuable inheritance of Vietnam, and special festivals such as Kate, ChaBun ceremonies, Royal Idiladha and RaGlai Tribe festivals and other ceremonies like dig a ditch, dam up, new rice...
PhanRang - ThapCham city is 105km from NhaTrang, 110km from Dalat, 350km from HoChiMinh City and 1.382km from Hanoi. PhanRang Town is on North - South Express Train, National Highway No.1A and National Highway No.27.