Located in Phu My Hamlet, Tay Phu Commune, Tay Son District, Binh Dinh Province, about 55km north-west of Quy Nhon City. This is the 2km-long complex of spring, falls, lake, river, canal along Kut River's lower section.
From Quy Nhon City, capital of Binh Dinh Province, taking National Highway 19 for 40km to Phu Phong Town and then going south for over 5km, tourists will reach Ham Ho. Going by boat about over half a kilometer on the way leading to inner lake area, tourists' tiredness will seem to disappear. They can experience mountain views, abundant birdlife, fragrant wild flowers, unusual trees and plants. The more tourists get deep into, the more interesting scenery is. With the depth of 30m, the river's bed is full of gleaming and bright granite stones like million of diamonds in the green and clear water. The stones seem alive and meaning full because of legends such as Jar of Wine (Hon Vo Ruou), Footprint of Giants (Hon Dau Chan Ong Khong Lo), Fairy Chess Board (Ban Co Tien)... Along the riverside tourist will see Thanh Mountain which looks like a wall covered with green moss and ancient roots.
Ham Ho is also famous for variety of fishes, especially during flood seasons when fishes from Kon River gather here to cross the waterfall and swim upstream to Da Hang, the source of the river for breeding.In the rainy season (April-October), the forests at Ham Ho turn into a green carpet dotted with splendid flowers and in the dry season (November-March), the river water is pure and the air is cold. One of the most interesting times to visit is when the Loc Vung ornamental trees (lecythidales) come into flower. The nature here creates a lively and fanciful drawing and is an ideal place for tourist to relax. Tourists can go boating and fishing, walk in the forest, swim or just relax in one of the stilt houses on the banks of the river. Adventurers can kayak on the river, or take a ride in a small canoe with two local guides dressed in ancient soldier's costumes.
Ham Ho is also the place remarking the history of the Tay Son movement, the Mai Xuan Thuong insurgent troops, and the nation's fight for independence.