Phu Quoc, also known as pearl island, is the biggest off-shore district of Kien Giang province, consisting of 20 islets. The island is famous for beaches with crystal clear blue water and silky smooth sand.
Dai Beach on Pearl Island tops the list of five “Hidden Beaches” in the world selected by Australian website www.concierge.com in 2008. It is the most primitive beach. The best time for visitors to stay there is from October to March. Primitiveness and tranquility makes beaches on Peal Island all the more romantic and unique.
Phu Quoc is famous not only for pepper and fish sauce, but also for cultural and historical relics and beautiful beaches such as Dai and Truong beaches with deep blue water and gold sand, Sao and Khem beaches with brilliant blue sky and crystal-like white sand.
08:00 Our driver and guide pick you up from your hotel in Phuquoc then transfer to a Phuquoc pearl farm. According to the evaluation of culture pearl specialists, Phu Quoc pearl is ranked the world’s best kind. Previously, it is for Lords and noble class. Phu Quoc pearl has its own beauty and value. The glister and the color make it elegant wear and wearing it shows the good things. Leaving the farm, we reach An Thoi Harbor, get aboard, go fishing and coral snorkeling. The sea creature caught by yourself will then be cooked for your lunch. So fascinating!
12:30 Enjoy your lunch aboard.
13:30 Arriving An Thoi Whalf, we move to Phu Quoc Prison – a living evidence for the war crime. There are plenty of exhibits presented in the prison so that the visitors can learn more about the world. Some torture tools that were used in the past on prisoners are still preserved. Our next destination is a Phuquoc fish sauce factory.
Travel to Bai Sao Beach. Immerse yourself in the crystal blue water of the sea, lie on silky stretch of sandy beach and join funny games (fee excluded). All make your visit to Bai Sao Beach a memorable one. You are then transferred back to your hotel. End of services!