Con Dao islands are a group of 16 islands. The largest island is known as Con Son. Con Dao served as a prison island for political prisoners during the French colonial era, when it was known as Poulo Condore, and in later years the Saigon regime imprisoned opponents of the regime in the infamous cells known as the tiger cages. The old prison buildings are still standing and are open to the public as is a small museum tracing the island's history.
Explore these two amazing cities in Vietnam. Connect Hanoi (A great place to explore on foot, this French-colonial city is also known for its delectable cuisine, vibrant nightlife, silks and handicrafts, as well as a multi-cultural community that's made up of Chinese, French and Russian influences) and Con Dao (a group of islands off the southeast coast of Vietnam, mostly famous for its political prison built during the French colonial era that has become a museum nowadays) with a flight. This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.