BEACHES : Phu Quoc is still undeveloped for the time being and there are still plenty of remote and empty beaches – some with villages and some with great seafood. Discover Ganh Dau, Sao, Cua Can, Bai Dai, Bai Thom, and Bai Vong.
DIVING : This is generally available from October through to April and is done at the outlying islands in a protected preserve. The clear turquoise waters are home to many varieties of coral, multi-colored fish, anemones and starfish. Discover Phu Quoc’s precious dive sites with our partner, Area11DiverPQ – a Diving Center and Southeast Asia’s first and only ESA Diving College. Whether you’re a beginner or a pro, Area11DiverPQ offers a variety of ESA and PADI courses, as well as specialty dives to make your underwater adventure a memorable one. Just head on down to The Malabar where they conveniently are, and customize your dives with Area11DiverPQ’s experienced Instructors.
WATERFALLS : The Da Ban Waterfall (Suoi Da Ban) is a good place for a swim, especially when the falls are flowing during the rainy season – stream tends to dry up before the rainy season arrives each year. The Suoi Tranh Waterfall is a 4-metre-tall waterfall within the Ham Ninh Mountains. It is surrounded by lush greenery, natural caves, and rock pools. You can explore the diverse fauna and flora (find wild orchids and exotic mushrooms) and there is even a bat cave.
PHU QUOC NATIONAL PARK : This is one of Vietnam’s national treasures and a biologically sensitive area which has been recognized by UNESCO. It is home to a variety of wildlife, plants and ecosystems. A great way to experience the extensive park is with organized hiking and trekking tours.