Con Dao / Phu Quoc

Southern Viet Nam hosts two key island areas, Con Dao and Phu Quoc, which along with Cat Ba and Ha Long Bay in the North, make up Viet Nam’s main island destinations.

Phu Quoc is a Vietnamese island located off the coast of Cambodia in the Gulf of Thailand. It’s known for white sandy beaches and beach resorts, many of which are along the southwest coast. Phu Quoc National Park features mountains, dense tropical jungle, hiking trails and wildlife and covers more than half of the island. The island offers many opportunities to relax and explore.
Con Dao is a beautiful and relatively quiet island area to the South of Viet Nam. The remote area known as Con Dao consists of 16 rocky and rugged islands and islets, topped with thick tropical forest and surrounded by beaches, coral reefs and turquoise sea. Marine conservation is seasonal and focusses largely on manatees and marine turtles.

Why Con Dao / Phu Quoc?

Con Dao / Phu Quoc is known for:

Boat cruises and tours
Exploring by jeep, cycle or motorcycle
Beautiful nature & waterfalls
Temples and pagodas
Snorkeling & diving
Military history former prison sites
National Park areas
Pearl farming
Pepper farming

Con Dao / Phu Quoc is great for:

Vietnamese culture
Vietnamese history
Southern Vietnam cuisine
Family fun
Military history