Duration: 3 days / 2 night
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In the early 17th century, Phu Quoc was a desolate area, where Vietnamese and Chinese immigrants earned their living from sea cucumbers. Phu Quoc is called the island of “99 mountains” because of its many sandstone chains gradually descending from the north to the south. Phu Quoc has a monsoon sub-equatorial climate. There are two seasons in the year: the rainy season (October only) and the dry season (November to September). Trips to Phu Quoc can be made all year round, but the best time is dry season when the sky is always sunny, clear and blue. Phu Quoc has worldwide been famous for its two traditional products: the pepper and fish sauce. Visitors to pepper gardens will be captivated by word of “itsy-bitsy teeny-weeny coins” of patient growers while at fish sauce workshops, they will be amazed at the sight of dozens of bulky barrels being lined up and waiting to be jammed with fresh fish. You will be tempted to try a few pungent green pepper coins and half a spoonful of the tasty salty sauce.
Day 1: ARRIVE IN PHU QUOC
Pick up at your hotel and transfer to airport for a domestic flight to Phu Quoc. Arrive in Phu Quoc, transfer to your hotel. After lunch, free time at leisure for shopping at Ham Ninh fishing village. Back to resort for swimming, sunbathing, sleeping under green palm trees. Overnight in Phu Quoc.
Day 2: SUN AND SEA (B)
After breakfast at your hotel, you have spare time to visit Cau temple – the worship place of people, especially fisherman on Phu Quoc island, exploring the vestiges of a historical jail system. After that, transfer for visiting An Thoi port, enjoy fishing for fun while cruising on boat at Ong Doi peak and visit Australian man-made pearl producing factory. Free for swimming, sunbathing at Sao beach (or the star beach). Back to the hotel. Overnight in Phu Quoc.
Day 3: DEPARTURE (B)
Free time for shopping at Coi Nguon shop, Duong Dong market until transferring to Phu Quoc airport for departure flight .Trip ends.