The untouched fishing villages with the natural beauty are an indispensable part of the tranquil picture of Phu Quoc Island.
1. Ham Ninh Fishing Village
From the center of Duong Dong town, you go about 20 km to the northeast, at the foot of Mount Ham Ninh in Ham Ninh commune is the fishing village of the same name. People still live in the cottage. They live by catching crabs, shrimps, pearls and sea cucumber. There are mountains and forests in here.
Dawn is the best moment, when sunshine begins to illuminate the beach and the green moss covers the mountains. The sea here is gentle, so you can go far. Water waves are poured into the forest and then withdrawn, exposed to a vast sand beach with many shells.
Standing on the long wharf, you can see far away the glimpse of the island of Hai Tac, Hon Nghe. Coming to Ham Ninh fishing village, do not miss the boiled crab whose meat is very sweet, hard to find anywhere and many other seafood.
2. Hon Thom Fishing Village
After 30 minutes by boat from An Thoi port, you will come to Hon Thom island to see the scenery of a fishing village. The image of the people sitting around the net by the temporary beach house will make you feel very peaceful.
Floating aquariums have many rare species such as turtles, abalone, grouper and shark for you to visit. Besides, beautiful natural beauty is clearly visible through the smooth white sand, coconut groves in the wind, cool sea water in the wrinkles. This is the ideal location for viewing coral reefs on An Thoi island. In addition, you can go squid fishing at night or try to conquer the rocky slopes for more unforgettable experience.
3. Rach Tram fishing village
The hard way will compensate for you by the impressive scenery of Rach Tram river and Ham Rong mountain beach. You can explore the many interesting things floating on a small wooden boat down the river. On the one side, white mangrove forest is interwoven with oil palm and star trees, mangrove forest on one side, with many red and green leafy trees, red flowers blossoming in the water. Wading upstream, mangrove forests will gradually turn to the forest.
You can walk to see the orchid and the fruits dangling on high. The beauty of nature will make your visit to Rach Tram fishing village full of unforgettable memories.
4. Ganh Dau fishing village
Mui Ganh Dau is in the North of Phu Quoc island, the headland of the jade island. Looking out from the sea to the shore, the land spread far and wide. The green forest spreads to the edge of the rock and the edge of the water connects to the vast ocean. The scenery in Ganh Dau is tranquil with the deep blue sea and fine golden sand. At the end of the Ganh Dau is an amazingly shaped rock.
From the coast of the Ganh Dau cape, you can see the Ban and Thay Boi islands – also the famous tourist spots in Phu Quoc. Not only that, you can see Ta Lon Mountain (Bokor plateau) of Cambodia neighbor.
Fishing village here is relatively small, simple life of ordinary people in the peaceful sea. Seafood here is especially cheap, so you are free to enjoy while admire the magnificent wild landscape.
5. Rach Vem fishing village
Located in the north of the island, about 20 km from the center of Duong Dong town, Rach Vem fishing village has only 170 fishing households. The fishing village nestled in the midst of immense nature creates a picture of fresh green. The blue of the sea in harmony with the blue of the sky brings the feeling of extreme comfort.
You can stand on the raft to feel yourself small in the vast ocean, or stand on the bridge for sightseeing the starfish under the clear water.
Rach Vem fishing village is the most peaceful place in Phu Quoc, which surely brings you moments of gentle relaxation.
6. Cua Can fishing village
Cua Can fishing village is located in the north and about 14 km from Duong Dong town, some kilometers from Ong Lang beach. The small fishing village, located peacefully beside the quiet blue beach, offers quiet space for you to relax with cool water.
Take a walk along the Cua Can River, you can watch the daily activities of residents along the river or look at the ships brought back full of fish and shrimp. Cua Can river runs smoothly throughout the Phu Quoc forest. It is also a place for you to explore the rivers and mountains or try the exciting kayak game.
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