Dubbed as a Pearl Island, Phu Quoc is the largest island of Vietnam, located in the Gulf of Thailand with area of 593 km2, approximately the island nation of Singapore. Tropical monsoon’ climate here has brought to Phu Quoc a rich tropical forest, with many endemic varieties, that permits to develop eco-marine tourism.
In Phu Quoc, tourists will discover the beautiful beaches with yellow brilliant sand at Dai Beach, twinkling white sand at Sau beach, and be immersed in the fresh air blowing from the ocean. With the jade green water, those beaches will provide peaceful moments of relaxation.
For the people who like the feeling of adventure, they will have an opportunity to dive into the ocean, watching the colorful coral. When the night falls, the island sank in the dark; you could enjoy the beauty of sea twinkling with many shimmery spots caused by golden lights from the fishing boats, which is really a wonderful moment.
Located deeply in the natural forest, Tranh stream has been formed by many small lines flow from ravines, weaving through the smooth green lawns, and then enters into the mainstream. With clear and fresh water, this 16km long stream is always choosing by travelers as a place to fish, relax in the shade of the vast forests.
At this nice island, tourists can not miss the opportunity to learn, explore the traditional villages of indigenous people such as fish sauce, pepper cultivation, cultured pearls. Travelers will witness the process to produce Phu Quoc fish sauce – famous specialty and the indigenous people will show how to grow the special spicy pepper of this place…
Visiting Ham Ninh fishing village will help visitors to know better the lives of coastal people being witnessed, watching the fishermen catch fish or enjoy the fresh seafood dishes and others specialties by shopping at the Dong Duong market!