At the end of the Duong Dong – Cua Can red soiol route with lines of cajuput blooming fragrantly, visitors will see the Cua Can river crossing. The 15kilometers river originates from Ham Ninh Mountain range, running through the immense cajuput field in the center of Northerm island, then flowing into the west shore in Cua Can village. The river not very wide a Cua Can bridge crossing, along the both sides half reveal house amid rows of cypress and cluster of mangrove whose branches with green leaves are swooping down the river surface. On the left of the harbor, the sand tip advances the middle of river, just leaving enough space for a small boat to move through. In the southerm wind season, the river is nearly filled up and that is the reason why it is called Cua Can
Moving upstream, visitors will see winding water currents hidden here and uncovered there. Along the river sides, green plants bring a comfortable and relaxing feeling to visitors. Far away are outstanding some tiled houses rising among green trees.