Exploring 5 beautiful fishing villages in Phu Quoc
Most of visitors come to Phu Quoc only known Ham Ninh fishing village famous but accidentally ignore other fishing villages are also peaceful and beautiful no less. From familiar names such as Cua Can, Ganh Oil to strange as Rach Tram, Rach Vem, the fishing village in Phu Quoc always give visitors a foot to a sense of intimacy.
1. Ham Ninh Fishing Village
Ham Ninh fishing village is located on the coast of the East Island, behind the mountain is forest, in front of the immense sea. Ham Ninh beach a few hundred meters away but still dry. When the net water, the sand beach runs far away and when the water goes up, it floods the beach, into the jungle. The first impression when coming to this land is that you will admire Ham Ninh Mountain 300m high. Stone stacked stone, moss upstairs create a cloud of smoke between the green mountains and the sea of immense Phu Quoc.
Visitors also have the opportunity to experience the daily activities of local people such as collecting pearl, catching seafood,
Afternoon on the Ham Ninh beach, you can watch the blue sea, the far away is the Hai Tac islands, Nghe island swept in the sea. If you come here do not forget to choose the Ham Ninh crabs are famous fresh meat is fresh, bring salt to taste salt and enjoy the sea view Ham Ninh beautiful sunshine.
2. Cua Can fishing village
Located in the north and about 14 km from Duong Dong town, a few kilometers from Cua Lang beach is Cua Can fishing village. There are many wooden bridges that allow pedestrians and motorcyclists to pass. Although the fishing village is small, it still has some places to provide refreshments and relax on the side of the road before heading to the secluded beaches in the north of the island. At the southern end of the village there is also a gas station.
If you want to find more adventurous adventure, try convincing a native ship owner to take you to Cua Can River. It is one of the great ways to explore the daily life of river-dwellers or watch the great fishing boats return after many days of off-shore fishing. In Cua Can village there is a beautiful but isolated sand dunes in the north of the village. You can see it from the coastal road going north to Ganh Dau and Long beach.
Ganh Dau looks like an endless peninsula with forests stretching down to the water
3.Ganh Dau fishing village
Ganh Dau is a relatively small fishing village, where you can find only basic supplies along with gasoline, water, some food items and a barber shop. Visiting Ganh Dau fishing village you will feel the traditional lifestyle of the people of Phu Quoc or the scene of anchovies are sun dried ready to put fish sauce production base, the children happy joke around the village, fishing boats anchored in the boat landing.
Going to Ganh Dau fishing village where you can see the Cambodian coast just a few kilometers away. Ganh Dau is home to some of the most peaceful beaches in Phu Quoc, and the beaches in the south are no longer closed to tourists as in the past few years (during the Khmer Rouge war period). It was the location of 50,000 soldiers. There is a Wind Sea restaurant about 1 km from the fishing village and a nearby floating restaurant specializing in selling seafood at extremely cheap prices.
Rach Vem is a working fishing village and not really a place for beachbumming
4. Rach Vem fishing village
Located in the north of the island, Rach Vem is a relatively small fishing village, with 170 households, mainly fishing. Rach Vem fishing village is about 20 km from Duong Dong town. You can move here by motorbike or car. The scenery of the fishing village as a harmony of nature, the color of the sea, the color of the sky, more cool of the wind will make you extremely comfortable.
The owner of the house will take you off the mainland with fishing net. After 5 minutes, you stood on the house in the immense sea. Standing on the bridge, you can watch the stars of the sea through clear water. When the famous beaches of Phu Quoc make you feel nothing new, Rach Vemm will be the ideal place to meet friends, laughing happily in a scene too peaceful.
Rach Tram fishing village still retains its pristine features.
5. Rach Tram fishing village
It is not easy to get to Rach Tram fishing village because it is difficult to find and difficult to travel. However, when you have come here, you can participate in activities exploring Rach Tram river, Ham Rong mountain beach with many interesting things.
With a small wooden boat with the help of the oars, you will have the opportunity to explore the beauty of the Rach Tram river, with the white Melaleuca forest interlaced with oil plants and Sao, and the other side. It is a mangrove forest with dark green leaves, red flowers on each bunch of roses and light blue mangroves on the edge of the river.
At the North Fork, you turn one of the two branches of Rach Tram River to flow to the upstream, where the mangrove forests gradually turned into cloud forest, rubble. Stepping oars to the minute Looking at the orchid orchid, you see the mysterious male growing up with the nest and the fox beetles dangling on the old branches is the unforgettable experience when coming to Rach Tram fishing village.
Ho Quoc pagoda, the temple has a beautiful view near the sea you must visit when travelling to Phu Quoc