Today, when it comes to traveling in Phu Quoc Island, visitors will immediately remember the luxury resorts, hotels, tourist services … Even so, the fishing villages in Phu Quoc still exist and plays an important role in creating a friendly image, a cultural tradition and very specific to this island for visitors to explore.
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Ham Ninh, Rach Vem, Cua Can, Ganh Dau are the fishing villages in Phu Quoc famous for beautiful and quiet landscapes.
Ham Ninh fishing village
Ham Ninh fishing village is located on the east coast of the island, behind is mountains and forests, in front of the immense sea. The fishing village still retains its pristine features, so it always attracts visitors to visit.
The coast here is gentle and sloping, when the tides rise, the waves flood into the edge of the forest and quickly withdraw, leaving countless shells and shells, forming a very special sandy beach.
Traveling to Ham Ninh fishing village, you will experience many interesting activities such as scuba diving, coral viewing, relaxing in the clear water, spreading fishing nets … In addition, this place is also famous. with specialties crab and herring salad.
Rach Vem fishing village
Located in the north of the island, Rach Vem is a relatively small fishing village, with more than 180 households living in fishing. In the fishing village, you will admire the wild scenery of the raft houses, the clear blue coast. Here, visitors can also enjoy all kinds of fresh seafood.
Rach Tram fishing village
Located in the farthest north of Phu Quoc island, Rach Tram fishing village is almost completely separated from everything outside. Previously, when the traffic system on the island was not developed, if you wanted to get to Rach Tram the fastest, there was only a way to go by boat to come here.
The first thing you feel when you come here is absolute peace because the main job of the people is to go fishing far away, so there will also be very few tourist services here.
However, in the fishing village, you can find seafood at prices many times cheaper than Rach Vem or Ham Ninh with a lot of fresh seafood …
Hon Thom fishing village
After 30 minutes by boat from An Thoi port, Hon Thom commune, Phu Quoc district, Kien Giang province, you will be able to see firsthand the scenery of a coastal fishing village called the charm of Hon Thom.
The village of 5.7 km2 is not too large, but it possesses a wonderful natural beauty with the potential for tourism services and aquaculture.
Some experiences that tourists can try when coming to this Hon Thom fishing village are fishing, night squid fishing, coral diving …
Ganh Dau fishing village
Ganh Dau fishing village has a small area, about 20 km from Dong Duong town. This place still retains pristine beauty, less affected by tourism activities.
In particular, from Ganh Dau, visitors will clearly see the Cambodian coast located not far away.
Visiting Ganh Dau fishing village, in addition to leisurely walking, swimming, you can also rent a boat to visit the cliffs, fishermen’s fish raft, explore the deserted island, or mingle to feel the peaceful lifestyle of the local people in Phu Quoc.
Cua Can fishing village
Cua Can fishing village in the north of the island, about 14 km from Dong Duong town. The fishing village is quite small, peacefully located next to the empty blue beach, providing a quiet space for visitors to relax with cool water.
For those who love to explore and adventure, when coming to Cua Can fishing village, you can kayak along the river to admire the primeval forests of Phu Quoc. Especially, from the fishing village of Cua Can with isolated sand dunes, visitors can see the coastal road to Dai beach and Ganh Dau.