Sightseeing to the South of Phu Quoc Island and Relax on Sao Beach

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A trip would be extremely interesting when you can combine sightseeing, learn about the local life of people and visit historical sites, right? The southern and eastern Phu Quoc sightseeing tour is the perfect combination of these factors. The tour takes you to visit the pearl farm, learn how to fish in the sea, and visit the fish sauce factory, the sim wine production base and the Phu Quoc pepper garden. Remember to talk to the locals to get better understanding their daily life. Furthermore, the tour also leads you to Sao beach, one of the most beautiful beaches in Phu Quoc with clear blue sea, clean, white sand. You will be surprised because this place is the paradise of those cute sea stars.

Itinerary Details

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Stop At: Phu Quoc Pearl Farm

9.00: Our tour guide will arrive your hotel to pick you up or you will meet up at the office if your hotel is located outside Duong Dong Town. The first attraction is Pearl Farm that exhibits many beautiful, precious string of pearls samples or even cultivated pearls that are handcrafted and raised by the locals here. Moreover, you also have the opportunity to watch the guide on site acts how to get a pearl from a sea boy. What an interesting experience for those who have never known before

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Sim Son

9.30: We leave from Pearl Farm to visit Sim wine factory where local people produce Sim wine (Rose Myrtle wine) made from the fruit from the myrtle tree. In hear, you will have chance to taste test different types of sim wine...from light alcohol content to higher. If you like it, you can buy from store because Sim wine is only made in Phu Quoc Island.

Duration: 30 minutes

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10.00: Next stop, we will continue to go to see Pepper farm. You will be overwhelmed by pepper farm with straight rows of pepper trees, greasy green, famous grainy, delicious.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Ho Quoc Temple

10.30: Another attraction is Ho Quoc Pagoda. This is the largest Buddhist temple on Phu Quoc Island. This spectacular temple is perched at the base of a lush mountain that faces the sea and and the rising sun.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Bai Tắm Sao

11.30: We get on the car to transfer to Sao Beach where you will enjoy lunch and have some fun of activities such as: swimming, water sport game with personal expenses or sunbathing on the beach or collect sea star for photo shoots. We will stop here for 1 hour 30 minutes and then leave Sao Beach to visit Phu Quoc Prison (Coconut Prison)

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Phu Quoc Prison

13.30: Arrive Phu Quoc prison, our tour guide will share with you many interesting information about this prison. Being a prison built by the French colonialist to imprison Vietnamese people which was known as Coconut Tree Prison, in 1967. This was the largest place to keep communist soldiers in the South with more than 32,000 prisoners. Coming here, you should be mentally prepared before coming in because the prison still contains artifacts or statues that look exactly like the scenes of the prison, the prisoners were brutally tortured.

Duration: 45 minutes

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Leaving the prison, we will walk to fish sauce factory. Phu Quoc’s fish sauce production in Vietnam is equivalent to Italy’s olive oil, France’s champagne – artisanal and traditional product made with only natural ingredients sourced locally.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Tranh Stream

15.00: We move to Tranh Stream waterfall. It is a terrific spot that tourists who once have chance to drop by Duong Dong town, Phu Quoc island district, should not miss out. The 15km long stream which originates from Ham Ninh Mountain flows through diverse terrain in the forests to create beautiful waterfalls. White waterfalls flowing down in the greenery of the forest certainly draw a picturesque scene in front of the tourists’ very eyes. Perhaps, the name Tranh (picture) stems from the spectacular gorgeousness of the stream and surrounding scenery. Note: Please note that we only visit Tranh Stream on the rain season (from May – October)

Duration: 45 minutes