How do I get to Phu Quoc?
The best option to get to Phu Quoc Island is definitely by plane. Flights from Ho Chi Minh City are short and you arrive rested and ready to explore the island. The cheaper alternative is taking a bus from Ho Chi Minh City to Ha Tien or Rach Gia and crossing the Gulf of Thailand with a fast boat.
How much does it cost to go to Phu Quoc?
The average price of a 7-day trip to Phu Quoc is $1,459 for a solo traveler, $2,620 for a couple, and $4,912 for a family of 4. Phu Quoc hotels range from $20 to $214 per night with an average of $40, while most vacation rentals will cost $90 to $720 per night for the entire home.
When should I go to Phu Quoc Island?
The best time to go to island is during the dry season. From November until March, Phu Quoc weather sees sunny skies and temperatures between 25°C and 28°C. You can sunbathe, snorkel and swim at Long Beach and Ong Lang Beach.
Do you need a visa for Phu Quoc?
To enter Phu Quoc with no visa, visitors must meet the requirements below: Your passport must be valid for 6 months since your arrival date or else you should renew it prior to taking the trip to Phu Quoc. You must fly from an international country to Phu Quoc via the Phu Quoc International Airport.
How long can I stay in Phu Quoc?
If you’re short on time and budget, you should still spend at least 2-3 days in Phu Quoc if you truly want to enjoy everything on the island. A one-day trip to the Southern part and another short trip to the North is enough to get the whole island covered.
Is Phu Quoc too touristy?
Yes, Phu Quoc is ultra-touristy and the development is both overwhelming and disturbing. But it’s also stunningly beautiful, completely unique, and there are parts of it that still ooze authenticity and natural beauty.
What is there to do on pineapple island Phu Quoc?
There is a MUST – GO spot for diving and snorkeling here in Pineapple Island: Unicorn Cape (Mui Ky Lan) because of some special species of corals and colorful marine life here. You can also do other popular water sports here like swimming, sailing or sightseeing the surrounding islands with a rented boat.
Is Phu Quoc safe?
The crime rate is very low in Phu Quoc, a generally safe island for tourists and locals alike. Still, crimes of opportunity typically increase with tourism, so tourists should never leave valuables unattended. The local currency is the Vietnamese Dong and the exchange rate is typically around 22,000 VND to $1 USD.