Day 1 : Sai Gon - Phu Quoc
Day 2 : Phu Quoc (Swimming in the South)( B, L)
Day 3 : Phu Quoc (Natural forest in the North)(B, L)
Day 4 : Phu Quoc - Sai Gon (B, L)
Phu Quoc is a very mountainous and densely forested Island of 1320 sq km, its 48 km in length from south to north and has a population of approx. 80,000 people. Situated in the Gulf of Thailand 45 km west of Ha Tien on the Vietnamese mainland and 15 km south of the coast of Cambodia, Phu Quoc is ringed with some of most beautiful beaches and best seafood in Vietnam. Phu Quoc Island served as a based for French missionary Pigneau de Behaine from the 1760-80s and at one time he provided shelter here for Prince Nguyen Anh (later Emperor Gia Long) when he was being hunted by the Tay Son rebels. During the Vietnam war there was little fighting here but the Island was used by the Americans as a prison for captured Viet Cong.