Phu Quoc

Located in the south of Vietnam, the gleaming white sand beaches of Phu Quoc have earned it the nickname Đảo Ngọc, that is, Pearl Island.


Phu Quoc is ideal for slipping into low gear, reaching for a seaside cocktail, and toasting a copper sun as it dips into the sea. It is lapped by azure waters and edged with the kind of white-sand beaches that make sun-seekers weak at the knees.

Best time to visit:

Phu Quoc enjoys warm temperatures year-round, with an average of 80 degrees Fahrenheit (27 degrees Celsius). The best time to visit is during the dry season from November to April, when the weather is pleasant and rainfall is minimal.


What to do:

-Relax on White-Sand Beaches: Unwind on the pristine white-sand beaches that line the island's coast.


-Bask in the sun, take refreshing dips in the azure waters, and indulge in beachfront cocktails.


-Explore the Marine Life: Discover the vibrant underwater world surrounding Phu Quoc through snorkeling or diving.


-Explore coral reefs, encounter colorful fish, and marvel at the diverse marine life.


-Visit Phu Quoc National Park: Embark on nature trails and immerse yourself in the lush landscapes of Phu Quoc National Park. Trek through dense forests, spot wildlife, and visit picturesque waterfalls.


-Experience Local Culture: Explore local villages and markets to experience the authentic culture of Phu Quoc. Visit fish sauce factories, discover traditional crafts, and savor the island's delectable seafood cuisine.


-Enjoy Water Activities: Engage in various water sports like kayaking, paddleboarding, or jet skiing. Cruise along the coastline, enjoy sunset boat trips, or try your hand at fishing.

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