Experience the extreme cross-forest supply in Phu Quoc

  It is the road from Ham Ninh to Bai Thom, around the fishing village Rach Vemm about 60km. Of which 30km across the forest from Ham Ninh to Bai Thom is the most memorable experience. It takes more than two hours to cross this stretch because you will have to go through many sluggish landslides, mudslides, even bridges crossing streams with temporary trees.
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Phu Quoc National Park has become an ideal eco-tourist destination
Phu Quoc National Park has become an ideal eco-tourist destination
 
 
Phu Quoc National Park is an attractive tourist destination for adventurous travellers with its large primeval forests that remain unspoiled. Located in the northeast of Phu Quoc Island, Kien Giang Province, Phu Quoc National Park is considered one of the national parks that preserve the pristine primeval forest with the majestic natural scenery of mountains, forests, streams, waterfalls, sea.
 
Going deep into the primitive forests, you will find extremely rich fauna and flora with many birds, animals living in an unspoiled wilderness setting. The mountains scattered on the island covered with green trees, creating clear streams, raging day and night. In the middle of the jungle, the birds chirring, the murmur of the stream is as a peaceful love song, harmony between man and nature.
 
Going to Phu Quoc National Park, you will have the opportunity to discover and conquer the mountain of God at 565m height - considered as the roof of Phu Quoc, on the mountain Ham Ninh. Standing on top of the mountain, you can admire the vastness and vastness of the National Park. From here look down, National Park looks like a watercolour painting: dark blue of the forest leaves, blue of the sea, the purple of the flowers sim, buy flowers, especially the bright red of the sea flowers Sugar - a typical flower species in Phu Quoc.

 
Bai Thom is a beautiful wild beach and is located on the North East coast of Phu Quoc.
Bai Thom is a beautiful wild beach and is located on the North East coast of Phu Quoc.
 
 
It is the road from Ham Ninh to Bai Thom, around the fishing village Rach Vemm about 60km. Of which 30km across the forest from Ham Ninh to Bai Thom is the most memorable experience. It took more than two hours to cross this stretch because you would have to go through many sinkholes, streams crossing the road.
 
Due to the fact that forest land is very easy to muddy when it rains, in deep subsidence, people have to plant adjacent trees adjacent to the road to run. That is not to mention the big streams you meet on the road. Local people have to make temporary bridges to cross, feeling as if only bear a car through, if one more people, the bridge will collapse immediately.
 
When going to Thanh Thoi ferry, you will see a crossroads. Go straight to Bai Thom, turn right to ferry terminal, left turn to Highway. This is almost a "hot spot" for wildlife and here you will have a higher chance of seeing mammals than in other parts of the world. The road through this forest is rugged but easy to find, about 20km long with the outlet is the main road to Duong Dong town.

 
Thom Beach has a stark beauty about it
Thom Beach has a stark beauty about it
 
 
Difficult is but when you pass you will feel very happy as just fighting a deadly life with nature. You can stop tired at Bai Thom, where many seafood restaurants close to the sea very pleasant. If you have time, you can explore the nearby Hon Mot - the land of flowering flowers - a shrinking mini paradise.
 
From here, the road through the forest is paved beautifully and easy to run, but you can still see the huge trees of Phu Quoc forest along the road. This is the main route will take you to Rach Tram, Rach Vem, Ganh Dau fishing village or return to Duong Dong town.
 

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