Phu Quoc Island's pure white beaches, clear waters, and laid-back vibes have earned it a spot in the hearts of many travellers. Days here are spent on the sand, while nights are for feasting on fresh seafood and stargazing.
As the Vietnam's largest island and home to a beautiful coastline, our Phu Quoc island tours offer some of the country's best snorkelling and diving, and Phu Quoc's northern roads run through lush forest and branch off onto a handful of do-it-yourself hiking trails, inviting you to explore on your own.
Stay on the beach
Toward the island's southern coast, Bai Sao (Sao Beach) is famous for its scenery and comes with the added adventure of navigating Phu Quoc's dirt roads. Further north, you'll find more secluded shores, from Ong Lang beach to the long, empty stretch of Bai Dai (Long Beach).
See a slice of local life
To get a better sense of local life on Phu Quoc, pay a visit to Dinh Cau, a modest temple on Long Beach. Visit fish sauce factories in Duong Dong, and poke around the fishing villages and floating restaurants on the north of the island.
Unwind in a beach bar
Get ready to party: Phu Quoc is home to some amazing beach bars. INK 360 surprises patrons with avant-garde design, Sailing Club spoils diners with delicious fusion cuisine, and Rock Island Club serves up gorgeous sea views.
The An Thoi Archipelago is Phu Quoc’s crown jewel. These islands are blessed with sunny, sandy beaches and brilliant blue water, so clear you can snorkel, scuba, and swim to your heart’s content. Try a boat tour to locate your favourite.
Take a scenic cable car ride
It’s just 20 minutes from the mainland to Hon Thom Island on the SunWorld Cable Car, but these 20 minutes you won’t soon forget. Soak up the beauty of Vietnam’s southern islets as you soar above sparkling water, fishing boats and rocky coves.
The best time to visit Phu Quoc Island is between November and March, as the temperatures are pleasant and the skies are clear. Expect a mix of sun and rain if you visit from April to June. From July to October, the rainy season takes hold, bringing heavy downpours and cooler temperatures.
Short and direct daily domestic flights to Phu Quoc International Airport depart from Ho Chi Minh City, Da Nang and Hanoi.
In the short coming time, international flights from countries from Asia, Europe, Australia will be available soon.
Other options for visiting include high-speed boats travelling between the island and the Mekong Delta towns of Rach Gia and Ha Tien.
Travelling around Vietnam’s largest island is relatively easy, with plenty of taxis readily available. Ride-hailing apps and tours by private car can also be a great option for visitors. Tours by boat through An Thoi Archipelago are a must-do to go snorkelling and island hopping.