Our trip stops in Phu Quoc, a Vietnamese island off the coast of Cambodia in the Gulf of Thailand. A crossroads of shores, preserved from overtourism, thanks to the protected National Park, which covers half of the island. Beach lovers will find an enchanting emerald sea on the south west coast. Here you can book a shore excursion to one of 28 mostly uninhabited islands that make up the Phu Quoc district, or a tour to the heart of the park to experience the mountains, dense tropical jungle and wildlife.
Not to be missed:
Day and night markets in the capital Duong Dong
Fish sauce, the first Vietnamese product to obtain DOP certification from the EU
The island of Hon Xuong, known as Robinson Crusoe Island